Access to Art,
4l7 E. Pacific Ave.
Cape May Court House, N.J. 08210
release/for immediate release
From: Barbara J. Beitel
Telephone: (609) 465-3963
ENSEMBLE GUESTS DUANE ROSENGARD OF
PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA FOR PERFORMANCE OF
SHUBERTíS TROUT QUNITET AUG. 25TH AT OUR
LADY OF THE ANGELíS R.C. CHURCH
Court House. At the l0th annual Sam Maitin
Summer Chamber Music Festival, on August
25th at 8 p.m., at Our Lady of the Angelís
R.C. Church, on the Garden State Parkway and
Mechanic St.. here, Access to Art will
present their fourth concert featuring the
Mondrian Ensemble. The music festival was
built around this group including Aurelia
Mika Chang, pianist, MM Juilliard, and
Philadelphia Orchestra strings, John Koen,
cello, Anna Marie Ahn Petersen, viola, and
former Associate Concertmaster of the
orchestra, Michael Ludwig, violin. They have
invited Philadelphia Orchestraís Duane
Rosengard, double bass, to join them and
they will present the Schubert Trout Quartet
on their program. Michael Ludwig has been
concertmaster of the Buffalo Philharmonic
this year, and the Philly Pops, and he has
been conducting and performing in Europe and
the states. Heís also in residence as a
virtuoso at Skidmore College at Saratoga.
Aurelia Mika Chang is a Steinway artist. She
has just returned from Japan where she has
been performing. The orchestra, one of the
top five in the country, performs regularly
on four continents.
the Mondrian here when they were very young,
and they brought their friends like Steven
Copes, who became concertmaster of the St.
Paulís Chamber Orchestra, (Sunday at St.
Paulís on NPR), Robert Chen, currently
concertmaster of the Chicago Symphony
Orchestra, the principal harp of the Philly
Orchestra, etc.Ē said Barbara Beitel. They
we expanded and brought in additional groups
to perform here like the Daedalus, The
Chester String Quartet, the Johannes
Quartet, and the Borromeo. We have had ten
years of presenting very excellent
musicians. Our last concert will feature, on
Sept. 8th, at the United Methodist Church of
Avalon, on 34th & Dune, classical guitarist
Christopher Kenniff, and Brett Deubner, NJSO,
violist. They conduct an ASTA string school
summers in North Jersey. The musicians are
all exemplary performers and we are grateful
to our sponsors including Sturdy Savings
Bank, the Falls Run Family Foundation and
the Kyrios Tsakapoulis fund from the
Sacramento Community Foundation. Mr.
Tsakapoulis is currently seeking to have
Drexel College found a university in
Sacramento and has donated land to that end.
He has attended our concerts.
is brought to us, in part, by the courtesy
of the Cape May County Board of Chosen
Freeholders, and it is administered by the
Cape May County Cultural & Heritage
$20. adults; $l5. seniors. Call Access to
Art, Inc. at (609) 465-3963 for
reservations. Tickets are available at the
door the evening of the event from 7 p.m.