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Jerry Fuller
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Concert by Midwest Young Artists and Ars Antigua
« on: Nov 21st, 2006, 10:35pm »
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Please join Ars Antigua and the talented young musicians from Midwest Young Artists for a special period instrument concert on Sunday November 26 at 7:30pm in First United Methodist Church of Evanston, located at 516 Church St. (corner of Church and Hinman)
 
The concert will feature David Schrader performing the Concerto in F Major "The Cuckoo and the Nightengale" by Handel, as well as Bach's great Concerto for two violins in d minor with soloists Martin Davids and Garry Clarke,
 
Tickets are available in advance at mya@mya.org or by calling 847.926.9898. Tickets will also be available at the door.
 
This concert will also include the MYA New Music Ensemble performing The Soldier's Tale by Igor Stravinsky.
 
I can't think of a better way to finish the Thanksgiving holiday than by listening to great composers of the past performed by great musicians of the future. I look forward to seeing you at the concert.
 
Jerry Fuller  
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