Holiday Pops Concert

Concert poster for Holiday Pops

Saturday, December 7th, 2019
3:00 PM

Harvey High School
200 W Walnut Ave. in Painesville

This is a free, family-friendly concert!

Featured Vocalist
Lindsey Leonard

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Saturday, Jan 18, 2020
  • SMAA Winter Gala

    When
    Saturday, Jan 18, 20206:00 PM to 11:00 PM
    (1 month from now)

    Where
    LaMalfa, 5783 Heisley Road A. Suite 1, Mentor, OH 44060, USA
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Sunday, Mar 1, 2020
  • Flute Workshop with Kimberly Zaleski

    When
    Sunday, Mar 1, 20202:00 PM to 4:00 PM
    (3 months from now)

    Where
    7900 Euclid Chardon Rd, Kirtland, OH 44094, USA
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    Description

    The Instrumental Workshop Series is for musicians of all ages who want to improve their musical skills. This two-hour masterclass, led by Kimberly Zaleski, will focus on all aspects of flute playing, including warm-up exercises, tone/technique development, articulation, intonation, phrasing, and breath control. Participants may have the opportunity to perform for the class and receive one-on-one feedback from the instructor as an example for the group.

    FREE to attend! Bring your instrument and music stand.

    To register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/75615488963

    Kimberly Zaleski (Flute)

    A native of Garrison, New York, flutist Kimberly Zaleski has dedicated her career to performing, composing and teaching music. Presently, she is the Co-Founder and flutist in the flute and cello duo, IN2ATIVE and is a Performing Artist on the Roster of the Center for Arts-Inspired Learning Agency. An advocate of chamber music, she is also the Flutist in the North Coast Winds Quintet, Cleveland’s Premier Woodwind Quintet.Ms. Zaleski is the Principal Flutist of the Firelands Symphony Orchestra and Second Flutist with the CityMusic Cleveland Chamber Orchestra. She has also performed with the New World Symphony, Canton Symphony, Ashland Symphony Orchestra, Cleveland Opera Theatre and is a substitute with The Erie Philharmonic. She was a two time winner of the Colorado College Summer Music Festival Orchestra’s Concerto Competition and was a featured soloist with the orchestra. Ms. Zaleski was a finalist of both Astral Artists Musical Agency in Philadelphia and also Carnegie Hall’s Ensemble ACJW Program at the Juilliard School and holds the distinction of being the first piccoloist on the nationally broadcast radio show, "From the Top."

    Ms. Zaleski studied at the Juilliard School under the instruction of Bradley Garner before pursuing her Bachelor's at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University where she was a recipient of both the 2010 Britton Johnson Memorial Prize and the Richard Franko Goldman Scholarship as a student of renowned soloist, Marina Piccinini. She is a graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Music where she received her Master’s Degree as a student of Joshua Smith, Principal Flutist of the Cleveland Orchestra.
    In addition to her performance career, she holds the title of Adjunct Professor of Flute at The College of Wooster, and also teaches at the Beck Center for the Performing Arts and Medina Schools. She has been a Guest Artist at Arizona State University and Penn State University where she has given masterclasses and performances.

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Sunday, Mar 15, 2020
  • Low Brass Workshop with J.c. Sherman

    When
    Sunday, Mar 15, 20202:00 PM to 4:00 PM
    (3 months from now)

    Where
    7900 Euclid Chardon Rd, Kirtland, OH 44094, USA
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    Description

    The Instrumental Workshop Series is for musicians of all ages who want to improve their musical skills. This two-hour masterclass, led by J.c. Sherman, will focus on all aspects of trombone, euphonium, and tuba playing, including warm-up exercises, tone/technique development, articulation, intonation, phrasing, and breath control. Participants may have the opportunity to perform for the class and receive one-on-one feedback from the instructor as an example for the group.

    FREE to attend! Bring your instrument and music stand.

    To register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/75615829983

    J.c. Sherman (Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba)

    J.c. Sherman, Principal Tubist with the Firelands Symphony Orchestra, holds Bachelors of Music degrees in Tuba Performance and Music Education from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, where he studied tuba and ophicleide with Ronald Bishop and bass trombone and bass sackbut with Raymond Premru. He was the principal tubist with Opera Cleveland Orchestra and has performed for 16 years with the Blossom Festival Band. He has also performed with The Cleveland Orchestra, the Cleveland POPS Orchestra, Cleveland Chamber Symphony, Youngstown Symphony, and the Cleveland/San Jose Ballet. As a chamber musician, J.c. is a current member of Olympic Brass, the Heritage Brass Quintet, NEOTUBA Quartet, and regularly performs with the Sheet & Tube Brass Quartet. A 5-year veteran performer from SeaWorld of Ohio, J.c. also enjoys performing early jazz with The Night Owls and the River City Jazz Band.
    J.c.'s collection of performing instruments include All keys of tubas, Euphonium, Baritone, Bass Trombone, Tenor Trombone, Contrabass Trombone/Cimbasso, Sousaphone, Ophicleide, Serpent, Bass Trumpet, Valve Trombone, Trumpet, Horn and Bass Horn.

    HISTORIC BRASS
    J.c. has had in intense interest in historic brass instruments for 25 years, particularly regarding the use of the ophicleide. He has introduced the instrument to the Firelands Symphony, several quintets, and performed Verdi's Requiem under Robert Page.
    In February 2010, he acquired his first serpent, and has since performed solos arranged for him with Olympic Brass, the Heritage Brass Quintet, and enjoys performing for Catholic masses (for which the instrument was specifically invented). In January, 2012, he performed Mendelssohn's 5th Symphony at the Cleveland Institute of Music on the instrument.

    SOLOIST
    While a student at the Oberlin Conservatory, J.c. Sherman performed an unprecedented six full recitals and two joint recitals, as well as several departmental recitals, and was given the unique privilege of performing as a non-major on Bass Trombone. In addition, J.c. was a featured soloist three times with the Oberlin Symphonic Winds (Euphonium and Tuba) and once with the Brass Guild of Oberlin, as well as performing off-campus as a soloist with local bands. J.c. also was the winner of the 1994 band conducting competition at Oberlin.
    After graduating, he performed two unique recitals; a full unaccompanied tuba recital at the Karpeles Manuscript Museum in Tacoma, WA and a full recital with organ in Olympia, WA. In 1995, he was a featured soloist with the Washington Wind Symphony. J.c. has since continued to perform recitals internationally.

    J.c. has premiered several works written for him, including Relentless, Reminiscence, and Tofudobeast by Anthony Markel (performed with the Cleveland Chamber Symphony) and Concerto for Tubameister by internationally lauded composer, Victor Davies in Vancouver, BC.
    J.c. has been a featured soloist with the Solon Philharmonic, Geauga County Fair Band, Lakewood Hometown Band, and will be performing with the Olympia Symphony in 2014.

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Friday, Mar 20, 2020
  • LECB Concert

    When
    Friday, Mar 20, 20207:30 PM to 8:30 PM
    (3 months from now)

    Where
    Thomas W. Harvey High School, 200 W Walnut Ave, Painesville, OH 44077, USA
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Sunday, May 17, 2020
  • LECB Spring Concert

    When
    Sunday, May 17, 20203:00 PM to 5:00 PM
    (5 months from now)

    Where
    Thomas W. Harvey High School, 200 W Walnut Ave, Painesville, OH 44077, USA
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