Provided by Frank Geltner, Volunteer
Ernest Bloch Legacy Project
I have been asked to share the news of an upcoming concert by the Trio Pastiche on Saturday, April 2 at 7:00 p.m. This concert is presented by the OCCMS in conjunction with the Oregon Coast Council for the Arts and is sponsored in part by Depoe Bay branch of West Coast Bank.
Kris Klavik, Oboe
A versatile musician with an extensive playing background performing in orchestral, musical theater and jazz venues. Since relocating to the Pacific Northwest, Kris has had the pleasure of performing with many groups including Fear No Music, Bloch Festival Orchestra, Eugene Symphony, Portland Chamber Orchestra, Columbia Symphony Orchestra and Mock’s Crest Productions to name just a few. Currently she can be heard playing oboe/english horn with the Newport Symphony Orchestra, Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Bravo!Vancouver Chamber Orchestra and Oregon Chamber Players. She has performed in Switzerland and toured France with the Central New York Orchestra as principal oboe.
Carolyn Arnquist, Clarinet
Carolyn Arnquist, clarinet, is both principal clarinet and frequent soloist with the Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Linfield Chamber Orchestra, Newport Symphony Orchestra, Portland Chamber Orchestra and Rose City Chamber Orchestra. She will be the featured soloist in January, 2006 with the Newport Symphony Orchestra playing the Mozart Clarinet Concerto.
This last summer she toured Italy with the Santa Monica Chamber Philharmonia and in previous summers she has toured with the Schenectady(NY) Symphony in central Europe, France, Switzerland and Greece.
She maintains a private teaching studio in Portland and is the clarinet instructor at Lewis and Clark College.
Signe Lusk, Piano
Signe Lusk was the first accompanying major at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, where she studied on scholarship with Marta Bracchi La Roux. She then studied in Germany through the University of Oregon Studies Abroad. After returning to the US, she worked for the Oregon Symphony and Portland Opera. She also worked for Seattle Opera and Eugene Opera. Signe was given the OTIS Award for her work as Music Director on Candide. She worked as staff pianist during the 1980’s for the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria. Signe is the pianist for the Pacific International Children’s Choir in Eugene. She has played for the Bach Festival, ACDA festivals, conferences. She has been in concert with Jerome Hines, Nico Castel, and John Del Carlo of the Metropolitan Opera as well as other international artists.
Tickets are $25 each.
For reservations and information please call Chuck Day at 541-764-0278. The concert, in keeping with the tradition of OCCMS, will be presented in a private home — this time in Little Whale Cove.
Frank J. M. Geltner
Ernest Bloch Legacy Project