About Spring Delight
We close our inaugural virtual concert season with “Spring Delight”, an ode to the lively, joyful season of spring. From traditional Irish fiddle tunes to peaceful, pastoral melodies, this concert suits the many moods of the season. Whether you’re listening on a grey, blustery day or a bright, sunny afternoon, we guarantee that there’s a piece on the program that’ll suit your mood!
About April Showers
“April Showers” is a perfect concert for a rainy day. Grab a cup of tea, relax, and enjoy a performance featuring composers both old and new. The Oakwood Chamber Players are joined by Eric Tran on piano, with special guest actor Nathaniel Stampley reading the works of Langston Hugues to accompany Valerie Coleman’s dynamic work, Portraits of Langston.
About Autumn Night
“Autumn Night” is a fresh, comforting, and energizing program that pairs perfectly with the season. Joined by harp, viola, and second violin, this concert was recorded in the empty Center for Arts and Education. We hope that you enjoy seeing how we address the complexities of indoor performance in the time of Coronavirus with artistic good spirit as much as you enjoy the music!
About Summer Light, our first-ever video concert
“Summer Light” offers listeners a palette of buoyant fare. Music ranges from 19th century parlor music to familiar opera galops to traditional American fiddling folk music. The players perform outdoors, with the backdrop of the luminous restored prairie that surrounds flutist Marilyn Chohaney’s home.