The Symphony of the Redwood’s Opus Chamber Music Series will feature the Pajaro Hill Ensemble for the Opus 2017-18 opening concert on October 1st. In a program of lush strings and breathtaking melodies, the group will perform Souvenir de Florence by Tchaikovsky, along with the Ricercare from Bach’s Musical Offering and a new fantasy by ensemble violist Jeff Ives.
This string sextet is made up of violinists Tammie Dyer and Marcia Lotter, violists Jeff Ives and David Hill, and cellists Joel Cohen and Cory Antipa. All of them play professionally in the Bay Area; most of them are members of the Symphony of the Redwoods, and all of them love to make music on the Mendocino Coast. This is a musical event to lift spirits and soothe souls.
The concert will take place in Preston Hall next to the Presbyterian Church in Mendocino on Sunday, October 1st at 3 pm.
Tickets are available at Harvest Market in Fort Bragg, Out of this World in Mendocino, and online through symphonyoftheredwoods.org. Any remaining tickets will be available at the door. For information, phone Eva von Bahr, (916) 200-8749 or email OpusChamberMusic@mcn.org.