PR: Barogue Concert in Tarentum
Central Presbyterian to host Academy Baroque Ensemble
TARENTUM, PA (PittsburghNewsWire.com) — Central Presbyterian Church of Tarentum is concluding its third concert series with music by the Academy Baroque Ensemble on Sunday, May 21st at 4:00 P.M.
This series at Central Church, 305 Allegheny Street, Tarentum, presents fine arts programming in a beautiful setting as part of its mission to the community. These concerts are free of charge, and refreshments are served following the program.
The Academy Chamber Ensemble, Central’s “Ensemble-In-Residence,” consists of leading players from the Pittsburgh area, many of whom are faculty members at colleges and universities. They hold advanced degrees from some of the nation’s finest music programs, including the Eastman School of Music, the Cleveland Institute of Music, and the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University. Their programs focus on the great Classical music tradition, and sometimes include musical rarities and contemporary works.
This concert will conclude Central’s third season with ACE (the Academy Chamber Ensemble).
Dr. Warren Davidson, Artistic Director of the Academy Chamber Ensemble, serves on the faculty of Slippery Rock University. He is concertmaster of the Westmoreland Sym¬phony, Artistic Director of the Academy Chamber Orchestra, and Music Director of the Pittsburgh Civic Orchestra. A native of West¬ern Pennsylvania, Dr. Davidson grew up on American folk music and jazz, and has extensive experience in folk music of Eastern Europe. He holds graduate degrees from Duquesne University, the University of Pittsburgh, and West Virginia University.
Central Presbyterian Church of Tarentum is pleased to present these fine musicians to the community in-concert as part of its local mission.
To learn more, please contact the church office at (724) 224-9220.