Noon Concerts with
Fath Chamber Ensemble

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Josepha Fath, Violin
Roxanne Michaelian, Piano
Vicky Ehrlich, Cello
Phil Fath, Clarinet

Program

Cello and Piano Sonata Op 30 in A Minor   Edvard Grieg (1843-1907)

Victoria Ehrlich, Cello

Roxanne Michaelian, Piano 

Piano Trio in G minor opus 17                   Clara Schuman (1819-1896)

Josepha Fath, Violin

Victoria Ehrlich, Cello

Roxanne Michaelian, Piano

Opera Arias and Klezmer Pieces

Philip Fath, Clarinet

Romanian Folk Dances and Duos                   Bela Bartok (1881-1945)

Josepha Fath, Violin

Philip  Fath, Clarinet

JOSEPHA FATH, Violin

Josepha Fath grew up in Mill Valley, California and received her musical training at the San Domenico School, the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, San Francisco State University and the Manhattan School of Music in New York City. She has been a participant in the Tanglewood, Blossom, Spoleto and Mendocino Festivals. Professionally, Josepha plays and records with California and Berkeley Symphonies, the Western Opera Theatre, Lamplighters, Pocket Opera, Oakland East Bay Symphony, the San Francisco Opera, and Skywalker Film Recording Orchestra.

VICTORIA EHRLICH, Cello

Victoria Ehrlich was born in Texas and received her musical education at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, the Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome, Italy and Stony Brook University in New York. She studied cello with Bernard Greenhouse of the Beaux Arts Trio. Victoria has attended summer music festivals at Interlochen, Tanglewood and Aspen. Prior to coming to the San Francisco Opera Orchestra in 1984, she was Principal Cellist with the Phoenix and Omaha Symphonies and the Santa Fe Opera.

ROXANNE MICHAELIAN, Piano

Roxanne Michaelian studied at the San Francisco Conservatory with Paul Hersh and Claire James. She made her debut at the age of twelve with the San Francisco Symphony. She then won the North American Artists Competition and played with Denver Symphony as soloist. Michaelian is also a past winner of the Coleman Chamber Music competition and the Los Angeles Young Musicians Foundation.

PHILIP FATH, Clarinet

Philip Fath was born in New York City and attended the Manhattan School of Music. Over the past 47 years he was the Assistant Principal Clarinet with George Szell’s Cleveland Orchestra, Principal Clarinet with the San Francisco Symphony and Principal Clarinet with the San Francisco Opera Orchestra from which he recently retired. Phil has been on the music faculties of UC Berkeley, Stanford University, San Francisco State University, San Francisco Conservatory of Music and at the San Domenico School in Marin.

WEDNESDAY NOON CONCERTS

As part of our ongoing mission to use the transformative power of the arts to inspire and enrich our community, we have opened our doors for the past two years, every Wednesday at Noon, and presented concerts performed by talented musicians that are free of charge to the public. These free noon performances offer listeners the opportunity to discover the beauty of music in an intimate accessible setting, while providing the community with cultural enrichment and exposure to talented performers.

Concerts are in a one-hour format and performances take place in the intimate Tivoli or Crescendo where both audience and musicians can sit in vibrant, close proximity. Musicians often stay after the performance to informally speak about the program and their upcoming concerts.

April 12 2017

Details

Date: Wednesday, April 12
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Cost: Free
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