St. John’s Begins New Concert: Next Program 2022-2023 Session Will Start From September

On Sunday, September 11 at 4 p.m., the Chrysalis Duo will play at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 1105 Quarrier St., Charleston, to kick off the Concerts @ St. John’s 2022-23 season.

Flutist Lindsey Goodman and pianist/composer Robert Frankenberry will present a wide line-up of work by African, Ukrainian, American, and female composers; a premiere; and a favorite Romantic sonata of the flute and piano repertory.

The remainder of the season’s concerts include:

The Montclaire Strings, featuring bassoonist David DeBolt, will perform on Sunday, October 2.

An organist from New England, Sean Fleming, will be performing on Sunday, October 23.

Mardi Gras Party with Marshall Petty and The Groove, Sunday, February 19
Wagner’s “Wesendonck Lieder” will be performed by mezzo-soprano Elizabeth Baer and pianist Robert Frankenberry on Sunday, March 19.

Eric Ruple, a pianist from James Madison University, will perform at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, and JMU on Sunday, April 23.

The church concerts always start around 4 p.m.

Admission to the concerts is free, however donations are encouraged to help keep the series going. In some cases, concealment could be necessary.

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