Concert Series Continues with the Glorian Duo plus One
The Notes in MidWinter concert series continues with The Glorian Duo: Wendy Kerner, Harp, and Donna Milanovich, Flute. with guest artist Liuh-Wen Ting, Viola. The program will feature the Trio by Claude Debussy as well as works by Francois Couperin, Carl Nielsen, and Ralph Vaughan-Williams.
Founded in 1986 by Wendy Kerner, harpist and Donna Milanovich, flutist, the Glorian Duo has performed throughout the U.S. including appearances at the Ravinia Festival, the Phillips Collection in Washington, Duquesne University, North Carolina School of the Arts, Music in the Park Series in Minnesota, Quad City Arts Program, and educational programs sponsored by the National Symphony. The Duo has received awards from the National Flute Association and Artists International, and grants from Chamber Music America, The Mary Duke Biddle Foundation and the Bronx Council on the Arts. They had their New York debut at Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall to a sold-out crowd. Their CD, Sounds of the Seine, was released by Delos International, to critical acclaim.
A Juilliard graduate, Liuh-Wen Ting played with the Meridian Quartet, and has been on the staff of the Composers Conference at Wellesley College since 1993. She has performed solo and chamber music in such international festivals as The Prague Spring Music Festival, The Warsaw Autumn Music Festival, Primavera en la Habana electro-acoustic music festival, and has premiered works for Mode, Albany and Capstone Records.
Notes in Midwinter is organized and sponsored by the Music Committee of the Friends of the New Canaan Library, chaired by Wendy Kerner. Registration is not required, but space is limited and early arrival is recommended.