The Historic Old Church presents:
Stravinsky vs. The Minotaur and other works Modéré
Concert & Fundraiser
with Denise Dillenbeck, violin and Nikolas Caoile, piano.
Friday November 16th
Doors 6:30pm, Concert 7:30pm
Tickets $12 at the door or online at BrownPaperTickets.com
Wine & Beer 21 +
The Historic Old Church continues its interior painting campaign with this 20th Century themed concert and fundraiser. The program includes Suite Italienne by Igor Stravinsky, Theme and variations by Olivier Messiaen, The Minotaur by Dick Hyman and Sonata for Violin and Piano by John Corigliano.
Violinist, Denise Dillenbeck has toured Europe and America with the Philadelphia Orchestra, and has played with the Seattle Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, Pennsylvania Ballet Theater, Philly Pops, and many other orchestras across the U.S. As a member of the Oregon Symphony, she was a featured soloist for several concerts and was associate concertmaster of the Tacoma Symphony. She has served as concertmaster for orchestras across the states and in England. As a member of the Third Angle New Music Ensemble, she gave world premiere performances of works by many of today’s leading composers. Ms. Dillenbeck is a new member of Central Washington University’s Kairos String Quartet, and also formed the Areté Trio with Oregon Symphony principal cellist Nancy Ives and pianist John Pickett.
Nikolas Caoile is a sought-after conductor, pianist and presenter and is concurrently serving as Director of Orchestras at Central Washington University, Music Director of the Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra, and Principal Conductor of the Salem Chamber Orchestra. Caoile’s musical leadership reaches academic, community and professional arenas. Caoile has also guest conducted many other orchestras including: The Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas, Rainier Symphony, Yakima Symphony, Gig Harbor Symphony, and the Olympia Symphony. Also an accomplished pianist, Caoile is a frequent collaborative recitalist performing throughout the Northwest. He has performed with Third Angle New Music Ensemble, the Yakima Seasons Festival, Icicle Creek Center for the Arts, Woods House Conservatory of Music, and is currently a faculty member of the Kairos Chamber Music Lyceum, Chamber Music Madness, and the Icicle Creek Summer Symphony.
According to Dan Fitzmaurice of Oregon ArtsWatch:
“There truly is no other venue in town where you can feel this close to the performer from every seat. It’s a very rare, under-appreciated, reliable gift to the music makers and lovers in our town.”