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Sunday Classical Concerts

Classical Russian Music with the Lantana String Quartet

Event Details:
February 17, 2013 - February 17, 2013
1:30 p.m.
Location: The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

2/12/13 UPDATE - WE ARE FULL AND NO LONGER TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THIS EVENT

Sunday Classical Concerts are a favorite at The Cummer and a delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. This Sunday the concert will feature Russian music performed by The Lantana String Quartet to coincide with, The Tsars' Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts under the Romanovs, on exhibit at The Cummer.

The Lantana String Quartet is made up of four members of the Jacksonville Symphony.

Violinist Melissa Pierson Barrett has degrees from Michigan State University and the Eastman School of Music. She joined the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra in 1989 and became Associate Concertmaster in 1990. She has performed numerous solos with the orchestra including Chausson's "Poeme" and Vivaldi's "Winter" from the Four Seasons. She is currently on the adjunct faculty at the University of North Florida and teaches at the First Coast Community Music School.

Violinist Anna Genest received her Master's degree at the Juilliard School and is in her tenth season with the Jacksonville Symphony. She has performed at the Grand Teton, Spoleto Italy, and Schleswig-Holstein music festivals and has served as concertmaster of the New World Symphony. She and her husband, violinist Simon Shiao, co-founded a string program for young students at St. Mark's Episcopal School.

Violist Ellen Olson, studied viola at Hofstra University with Olga Bloom, who is best known for starting the Bargemusic in the 1970's, and has been with the Jacksonville Symphony since 1985. She performs regularly with the San Marco Chamber Music Society which she founded in 2008 with her husband, oboist Eric Olsen. She also performs with the Saint Augustine Music Festival and teaches at the Prelude Chamber Music Camp.

Cellist Betsy Federman received her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music Degrees from Indiana University while studying with distinguished Professor Janos Starker. A member of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra since 1994, Betsy played with the New World Symphony (Miami) under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas and the Naples (Florida) Philharmonic before coming to Jacksonville. She has participated in numerous summer festivals including the Aspen Music Festival, the Colorado Music Festival and the Utah Music Festival Opera.

SUPPORT PROVIDED BY:

Coordinated Benefits Group, the Mildred Shafer Brown Endowment for Music and the Bryan Memorial Concert Endowment in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Franklin Bryan II.

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Event Start Date: 
Sun, 02/17/2013
Event Start Time: 
1:30 p.m.
Event Location: 
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens
Summary: 
<p><strong>2/12/13 UPDATE - WE ARE FULL AND NO LONGER TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THIS EVENT.&nbsp; </strong>Sunday Classical Concerts are a favorite at The Cummer and a delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. This Sunday the concert will feature Russian music performed by The Lantana String Quartet to coincide with, <em>The Tsars&#39; Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts under the Romanovs</em>, on exhibit at The Cummer.</p>

2/12/13 UPDATE - WE ARE FULL AND NO LONGER TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THIS EVENT

Sunday Classical Concerts are a favorite at The Cummer and a delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. This Sunday the concert will feature Russian music performed by The Lantana String Quartet to coincide with, The Tsars' Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts under the Romanovs, on exhibit at The Cummer.

The Lantana String Quartet is made up of four members of the Jacksonville Symphony.

Violinist Melissa Pierson Barrett has degrees from Michigan State University and the Eastman School of Music. She joined the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra in 1989 and became Associate Concertmaster in 1990. She has performed numerous solos with the orchestra including Chausson's "Poeme" and Vivaldi's "Winter" from the Four Seasons. She is currently on the adjunct faculty at the University of North Florida and teaches at the First Coast Community Music School.

Violinist Anna Genest received her Master's degree at the Juilliard School and is in her tenth season with the Jacksonville Symphony. She has performed at the Grand Teton, Spoleto Italy, and Schleswig-Holstein music festivals and has served as concertmaster of the New World Symphony. She and her husband, violinist Simon Shiao, co-founded a string program for young students at St. Mark's Episcopal School.

Violist Ellen Olson, studied viola at Hofstra University with Olga Bloom, who is best known for starting the Bargemusic in the 1970's, and has been with the Jacksonville Symphony since 1985. She performs regularly with the San Marco Chamber Music Society which she founded in 2008 with her husband, oboist Eric Olsen. She also performs with the Saint Augustine Music Festival and teaches at the Prelude Chamber Music Camp.

Cellist Betsy Federman received her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music Degrees from Indiana University while studying with distinguished Professor Janos Starker. A member of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra since 1994, Betsy played with the New World Symphony (Miami) under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas and the Naples (Florida) Philharmonic before coming to Jacksonville. She has participated in numerous summer festivals including the Aspen Music Festival, the Colorado Music Festival and the Utah Music Festival Opera.

SUPPORT PROVIDED BY:

Coordinated Benefits Group, the Mildred Shafer Brown Endowment for Music and the Bryan Memorial Concert Endowment in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Franklin Bryan II.

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2/12/13 UPDATE - WE ARE FULL AND NO LONGER TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THIS EVENT

Sunday Classical Concerts are a favorite at The Cummer and a delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. This Sunday the concert will feature Russian music performed by The Lantana String Quartet to coincide with, The Tsars' Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts under the Romanovs, on exhibit at The Cummer.

The Lantana String Quartet is made up of four members of the Jacksonville Symphony.

Violinist Melissa Pierson Barrett has degrees from Michigan State University and the Eastman School of Music. She joined the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra in 1989 and became Associate Concertmaster in 1990. She has performed numerous solos with the orchestra including Chausson's "Poeme" and Vivaldi's "Winter" from the Four Seasons. She is currently on the adjunct faculty at the University of North Florida and teaches at the First Coast Community Music School.

Violinist Anna Genest received her Master's degree at the Juilliard School and is in her tenth season with the Jacksonville Symphony. She has performed at the Grand Teton, Spoleto Italy, and Schleswig-Holstein music festivals and has served as concertmaster of the New World Symphony. She and her husband, violinist Simon Shiao, co-founded a string program for young students at St. Mark's Episcopal School.

Violist Ellen Olson, studied viola at Hofstra University with Olga Bloom, who is best known for starting the Bargemusic in the 1970's, and has been with the Jacksonville Symphony since 1985. She performs regularly with the San Marco Chamber Music Society which she founded in 2008 with her husband, oboist Eric Olsen. She also performs with the Saint Augustine Music Festival and teaches at the Prelude Chamber Music Camp.

Cellist Betsy Federman received her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music Degrees from Indiana University while studying with distinguished Professor Janos Starker. A member of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra since 1994, Betsy played with the New World Symphony (Miami) under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas and the Naples (Florida) Philharmonic before coming to Jacksonville. She has participated in numerous summer festivals including the Aspen Music Festival, the Colorado Music Festival and the Utah Music Festival Opera.

SUPPORT PROVIDED BY:

Coordinated Benefits Group, the Mildred Shafer Brown Endowment for Music and the Bryan Memorial Concert Endowment in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Franklin Bryan II.

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2/12/13 UPDATE - WE ARE FULL AND NO LONGER TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THIS EVENT

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The Lantana String Quartet is made up of four members of the Jacksonville Symphony.

Violinist Melissa Pierson Barrett has degrees from Michigan State University and the Eastman School of Music. She joined the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra in 1989 and became Associate Concertmaster in 1990. She has performed numerous solos with the orchestra including Chausson's "Poeme" and Vivaldi's "Winter" from the Four Seasons. She is currently on the adjunct faculty at the University of North Florida and teaches at the First Coast Community Music School.

Violinist Anna Genest received her Master's degree at the Juilliard School and is in her tenth season with the Jacksonville Symphony. She has performed at the Grand Teton, Spoleto Italy, and Schleswig-Holstein music festivals and has served as concertmaster of the New World Symphony. She and her husband, violinist Simon Shiao, co-founded a string program for young students at St. Mark's Episcopal School.

Violist Ellen Olson, studied viola at Hofstra University with Olga Bloom, who is best known for starting the Bargemusic in the 1970's, and has been with the Jacksonville Symphony since 1985. She performs regularly with the San Marco Chamber Music Society which she founded in 2008 with her husband, oboist Eric Olsen. She also performs with the Saint Augustine Music Festival and teaches at the Prelude Chamber Music Camp.

Cellist Betsy Federman received her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music Degrees from Indiana University while studying with distinguished Professor Janos Starker. A member of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra since 1994, Betsy played with the New World Symphony (Miami) under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas and the Naples (Florida) Philharmonic before coming to Jacksonville. She has participated in numerous summer festivals including the Aspen Music Festival, the Colorado Music Festival and the Utah Music Festival Opera.

SUPPORT PROVIDED BY:

Coordinated Benefits Group, the Mildred Shafer Brown Endowment for Music and the Bryan Memorial Concert Endowment in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Franklin Bryan II.

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2/12/13 UPDATE - WE ARE FULL AND NO LONGER TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THIS EVENT

Sunday Classical Concerts are a favorite at The Cummer and a delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. This Sunday the concert will feature Russian music performed by The Lantana String Quartet to coincide with, The Tsars' Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts under the Romanovs, on exhibit at The Cummer.

The Lantana String Quartet is made up of four members of the Jacksonville Symphony.

Violinist Melissa Pierson Barrett has degrees from Michigan State University and the Eastman School of Music. She joined the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra in 1989 and became Associate Concertmaster in 1990. She has performed numerous solos with the orchestra including Chausson's "Poeme" and Vivaldi's "Winter" from the Four Seasons. She is currently on the adjunct faculty at the University of North Florida and teaches at the First Coast Community Music School.

Violinist Anna Genest received her Master's degree at the Juilliard School and is in her tenth season with the Jacksonville Symphony. She has performed at the Grand Teton, Spoleto Italy, and Schleswig-Holstein music festivals and has served as concertmaster of the New World Symphony. She and her husband, violinist Simon Shiao, co-founded a string program for young students at St. Mark's Episcopal School.

Violist Ellen Olson, studied viola at Hofstra University with Olga Bloom, who is best known for starting the Bargemusic in the 1970's, and has been with the Jacksonville Symphony since 1985. She performs regularly with the San Marco Chamber Music Society which she founded in 2008 with her husband, oboist Eric Olsen. She also performs with the Saint Augustine Music Festival and teaches at the Prelude Chamber Music Camp.

Cellist Betsy Federman received her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music Degrees from Indiana University while studying with distinguished Professor Janos Starker. A member of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra since 1994, Betsy played with the New World Symphony (Miami) under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas and the Naples (Florida) Philharmonic before coming to Jacksonville. She has participated in numerous summer festivals including the Aspen Music Festival, the Colorado Music Festival and the Utah Music Festival Opera.

SUPPORT PROVIDED BY:

Coordinated Benefits Group, the Mildred Shafer Brown Endowment for Music and the Bryan Memorial Concert Endowment in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Franklin Bryan II.

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<p><strong>2/12/13 UPDATE - WE ARE FULL AND NO LONGER TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THIS EVENT.&nbsp; </strong>Sunday Classical Concerts are a favorite at The Cummer and a delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. This Sunday the concert will feature Russian music performed by The Lantana String Quartet to coincide with, <em>The Tsars&#39; Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts under the Romanovs</em>, on exhibit at The Cummer.</p>
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2/12/13 UPDATE - WE ARE FULL AND NO LONGER TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THIS EVENT

Sunday Classical Concerts are a favorite at The Cummer and a delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. This Sunday the concert will feature Russian music performed by The Lantana String Quartet to coincide with, The Tsars' Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts under the Romanovs, on exhibit at The Cummer.

The Lantana String Quartet is made up of four members of the Jacksonville Symphony.

Violinist Melissa Pierson Barrett has degrees from Michigan State University and the Eastman School of Music. She joined the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra in 1989 and became Associate Concertmaster in 1990. She has performed numerous solos with the orchestra including Chausson's "Poeme" and Vivaldi's "Winter" from the Four Seasons. She is currently on the adjunct faculty at the University of North Florida and teaches at the First Coast Community Music School.

Violinist Anna Genest received her Master's degree at the Juilliard School and is in her tenth season with the Jacksonville Symphony. She has performed at the Grand Teton, Spoleto Italy, and Schleswig-Holstein music festivals and has served as concertmaster of the New World Symphony. She and her husband, violinist Simon Shiao, co-founded a string program for young students at St. Mark's Episcopal School.

Violist Ellen Olson, studied viola at Hofstra University with Olga Bloom, who is best known for starting the Bargemusic in the 1970's, and has been with the Jacksonville Symphony since 1985. She performs regularly with the San Marco Chamber Music Society which she founded in 2008 with her husband, oboist Eric Olsen. She also performs with the Saint Augustine Music Festival and teaches at the Prelude Chamber Music Camp.

Cellist Betsy Federman received her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music Degrees from Indiana University while studying with distinguished Professor Janos Starker. A member of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra since 1994, Betsy played with the New World Symphony (Miami) under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas and the Naples (Florida) Philharmonic before coming to Jacksonville. She has participated in numerous summer festivals including the Aspen Music Festival, the Colorado Music Festival and the Utah Music Festival Opera.

SUPPORT PROVIDED BY:

Coordinated Benefits Group, the Mildred Shafer Brown Endowment for Music and the Bryan Memorial Concert Endowment in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Franklin Bryan II.

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2/12/13 UPDATE - WE ARE FULL AND NO LONGER TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THIS EVENT

Sunday Classical Concerts are a favorite at The Cummer and a delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. This Sunday the concert will feature Russian music performed by The Lantana String Quartet to coincide with, The Tsars' Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts under the Romanovs, on exhibit at The Cummer.

The Lantana String Quartet is made up of four members of the Jacksonville Symphony.

Violinist Melissa Pierson Barrett has degrees from Michigan State University and the Eastman School of Music. She joined the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra in 1989 and became Associate Concertmaster in 1990. She has performed numerous solos with the orchestra including Chausson's "Poeme" and Vivaldi's "Winter" from the Four Seasons. She is currently on the adjunct faculty at the University of North Florida and teaches at the First Coast Community Music School.

Violinist Anna Genest received her Master's degree at the Juilliard School and is in her tenth season with the Jacksonville Symphony. She has performed at the Grand Teton, Spoleto Italy, and Schleswig-Holstein music festivals and has served as concertmaster of the New World Symphony. She and her husband, violinist Simon Shiao, co-founded a string program for young students at St. Mark's Episcopal School.

Violist Ellen Olson, studied viola at Hofstra University with Olga Bloom, who is best known for starting the Bargemusic in the 1970's, and has been with the Jacksonville Symphony since 1985. She performs regularly with the San Marco Chamber Music Society which she founded in 2008 with her husband, oboist Eric Olsen. She also performs with the Saint Augustine Music Festival and teaches at the Prelude Chamber Music Camp.

Cellist Betsy Federman received her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music Degrees from Indiana University while studying with distinguished Professor Janos Starker. A member of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra since 1994, Betsy played with the New World Symphony (Miami) under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas and the Naples (Florida) Philharmonic before coming to Jacksonville. She has participated in numerous summer festivals including the Aspen Music Festival, the Colorado Music Festival and the Utah Music Festival Opera.

SUPPORT PROVIDED BY:

Coordinated Benefits Group, the Mildred Shafer Brown Endowment for Music and the Bryan Memorial Concert Endowment in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Franklin Bryan II.

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2/12/13 UPDATE - WE ARE FULL AND NO LONGER TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THIS EVENT

Sunday Classical Concerts are a favorite at The Cummer and a delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. This Sunday the concert will feature Russian music performed by The Lantana String Quartet to coincide with, The Tsars' Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts under the Romanovs, on exhibit at The Cummer.

The Lantana String Quartet is made up of four members of the Jacksonville Symphony.

Violinist Melissa Pierson Barrett has degrees from Michigan State University and the Eastman School of Music. She joined the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra in 1989 and became Associate Concertmaster in 1990. She has performed numerous solos with the orchestra including Chausson's "Poeme" and Vivaldi's "Winter" from the Four Seasons. She is currently on the adjunct faculty at the University of North Florida and teaches at the First Coast Community Music School.

Violinist Anna Genest received her Master's degree at the Juilliard School and is in her tenth season with the Jacksonville Symphony. She has performed at the Grand Teton, Spoleto Italy, and Schleswig-Holstein music festivals and has served as concertmaster of the New World Symphony. She and her husband, violinist Simon Shiao, co-founded a string program for young students at St. Mark's Episcopal School.

Violist Ellen Olson, studied viola at Hofstra University with Olga Bloom, who is best known for starting the Bargemusic in the 1970's, and has been with the Jacksonville Symphony since 1985. She performs regularly with the San Marco Chamber Music Society which she founded in 2008 with her husband, oboist Eric Olsen. She also performs with the Saint Augustine Music Festival and teaches at the Prelude Chamber Music Camp.

Cellist Betsy Federman received her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music Degrees from Indiana University while studying with distinguished Professor Janos Starker. A member of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra since 1994, Betsy played with the New World Symphony (Miami) under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas and the Naples (Florida) Philharmonic before coming to Jacksonville. She has participated in numerous summer festivals including the Aspen Music Festival, the Colorado Music Festival and the Utah Music Festival Opera.

SUPPORT PROVIDED BY:

Coordinated Benefits Group, the Mildred Shafer Brown Endowment for Music and the Bryan Memorial Concert Endowment in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Franklin Bryan II.

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2/12/13 UPDATE - WE ARE FULL AND NO LONGER TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THIS EVENT

Sunday Classical Concerts are a favorite at The Cummer and a delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. This Sunday the concert will feature Russian music performed by The Lantana String Quartet to coincide with, The Tsars' Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts under the Romanovs, on exhibit at The Cummer.

The Lantana String Quartet is made up of four members of the Jacksonville Symphony.

Violinist Melissa Pierson Barrett has degrees from Michigan State University and the Eastman School of Music. She joined the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra in 1989 and became Associate Concertmaster in 1990. She has performed numerous solos with the orchestra including Chausson's "Poeme" and Vivaldi's "Winter" from the Four Seasons. She is currently on the adjunct faculty at the University of North Florida and teaches at the First Coast Community Music School.

Violinist Anna Genest received her Master's degree at the Juilliard School and is in her tenth season with the Jacksonville Symphony. She has performed at the Grand Teton, Spoleto Italy, and Schleswig-Holstein music festivals and has served as concertmaster of the New World Symphony. She and her husband, violinist Simon Shiao, co-founded a string program for young students at St. Mark's Episcopal School.

Violist Ellen Olson, studied viola at Hofstra University with Olga Bloom, who is best known for starting the Bargemusic in the 1970's, and has been with the Jacksonville Symphony since 1985. She performs regularly with the San Marco Chamber Music Society which she founded in 2008 with her husband, oboist Eric Olsen. She also performs with the Saint Augustine Music Festival and teaches at the Prelude Chamber Music Camp.

Cellist Betsy Federman received her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music Degrees from Indiana University while studying with distinguished Professor Janos Starker. A member of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra since 1994, Betsy played with the New World Symphony (Miami) under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas and the Naples (Florida) Philharmonic before coming to Jacksonville. She has participated in numerous summer festivals including the Aspen Music Festival, the Colorado Music Festival and the Utah Music Festival Opera.

SUPPORT PROVIDED BY:

Coordinated Benefits Group, the Mildred Shafer Brown Endowment for Music and the Bryan Memorial Concert Endowment in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Franklin Bryan II.

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2/12/13 UPDATE - WE ARE FULL AND NO LONGER TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THIS EVENT

Sunday Classical Concerts are a favorite at The Cummer and a delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. This Sunday the concert will feature Russian music performed by The Lantana String Quartet to coincide with, The Tsars' Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts under the Romanovs, on exhibit at The Cummer.

The Lantana String Quartet is made up of four members of the Jacksonville Symphony.

Violinist Melissa Pierson Barrett has degrees from Michigan State University and the Eastman School of Music. She joined the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra in 1989 and became Associate Concertmaster in 1990. She has performed numerous solos with the orchestra including Chausson's "Poeme" and Vivaldi's "Winter" from the Four Seasons. She is currently on the adjunct faculty at the University of North Florida and teaches at the First Coast Community Music School.

Violinist Anna Genest received her Master's degree at the Juilliard School and is in her tenth season with the Jacksonville Symphony. She has performed at the Grand Teton, Spoleto Italy, and Schleswig-Holstein music festivals and has served as concertmaster of the New World Symphony. She and her husband, violinist Simon Shiao, co-founded a string program for young students at St. Mark's Episcopal School.

Violist Ellen Olson, studied viola at Hofstra University with Olga Bloom, who is best known for starting the Bargemusic in the 1970's, and has been with the Jacksonville Symphony since 1985. She performs regularly with the San Marco Chamber Music Society which she founded in 2008 with her husband, oboist Eric Olsen. She also performs with the Saint Augustine Music Festival and teaches at the Prelude Chamber Music Camp.

Cellist Betsy Federman received her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music Degrees from Indiana University while studying with distinguished Professor Janos Starker. A member of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra since 1994, Betsy played with the New World Symphony (Miami) under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas and the Naples (Florida) Philharmonic before coming to Jacksonville. She has participated in numerous summer festivals including the Aspen Music Festival, the Colorado Music Festival and the Utah Music Festival Opera.

SUPPORT PROVIDED BY:

Coordinated Benefits Group, the Mildred Shafer Brown Endowment for Music and the Bryan Memorial Concert Endowment in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Franklin Bryan II.

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2/12/13 UPDATE - WE ARE FULL AND NO LONGER TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THIS EVENT

Sunday Classical Concerts are a favorite at The Cummer and a delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. This Sunday the concert will feature Russian music performed by The Lantana String Quartet to coincide with, The Tsars' Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts under the Romanovs, on exhibit at The Cummer.

The Lantana String Quartet is made up of four members of the Jacksonville Symphony.

Violinist Melissa Pierson Barrett has degrees from Michigan State University and the Eastman School of Music. She joined the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra in 1989 and became Associate Concertmaster in 1990. She has performed numerous solos with the orchestra including Chausson's "Poeme" and Vivaldi's "Winter" from the Four Seasons. She is currently on the adjunct faculty at the University of North Florida and teaches at the First Coast Community Music School.

Violinist Anna Genest received her Master's degree at the Juilliard School and is in her tenth season with the Jacksonville Symphony. She has performed at the Grand Teton, Spoleto Italy, and Schleswig-Holstein music festivals and has served as concertmaster of the New World Symphony. She and her husband, violinist Simon Shiao, co-founded a string program for young students at St. Mark's Episcopal School.

Violist Ellen Olson, studied viola at Hofstra University with Olga Bloom, who is best known for starting the Bargemusic in the 1970's, and has been with the Jacksonville Symphony since 1985. She performs regularly with the San Marco Chamber Music Society which she founded in 2008 with her husband, oboist Eric Olsen. She also performs with the Saint Augustine Music Festival and teaches at the Prelude Chamber Music Camp.

Cellist Betsy Federman received her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music Degrees from Indiana University while studying with distinguished Professor Janos Starker. A member of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra since 1994, Betsy played with the New World Symphony (Miami) under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas and the Naples (Florida) Philharmonic before coming to Jacksonville. She has participated in numerous summer festivals including the Aspen Music Festival, the Colorado Music Festival and the Utah Music Festival Opera.

SUPPORT PROVIDED BY:

Coordinated Benefits Group, the Mildred Shafer Brown Endowment for Music and the Bryan Memorial Concert Endowment in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Franklin Bryan II.

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Classical Russian Music with the Lantana String Quartet
Classes for Adults
Classes for Members
Concerts
Event Start Date: 
Sun, 02/17/2013
Event Start Time: 
1:30 p.m.
Event Location: 
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens
Summary: 
<p><strong>2/12/13 UPDATE - WE ARE FULL AND NO LONGER TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THIS EVENT.&nbsp; </strong>Sunday Classical Concerts are a favorite at The Cummer and a delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. This Sunday the concert will feature Russian music performed by The Lantana String Quartet to coincide with, <em>The Tsars&#39; Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts under the Romanovs</em>, on exhibit at The Cummer.</p>

2/12/13 UPDATE - WE ARE FULL AND NO LONGER TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THIS EVENT

Sunday Classical Concerts are a favorite at The Cummer and a delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. This Sunday the concert will feature Russian music performed by The Lantana String Quartet to coincide with, The Tsars' Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts under the Romanovs, on exhibit at The Cummer.

The Lantana String Quartet is made up of four members of the Jacksonville Symphony.

Violinist Melissa Pierson Barrett has degrees from Michigan State University and the Eastman School of Music. She joined the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra in 1989 and became Associate Concertmaster in 1990. She has performed numerous solos with the orchestra including Chausson's "Poeme" and Vivaldi's "Winter" from the Four Seasons. She is currently on the adjunct faculty at the University of North Florida and teaches at the First Coast Community Music School.

Violinist Anna Genest received her Master's degree at the Juilliard School and is in her tenth season with the Jacksonville Symphony. She has performed at the Grand Teton, Spoleto Italy, and Schleswig-Holstein music festivals and has served as concertmaster of the New World Symphony. She and her husband, violinist Simon Shiao, co-founded a string program for young students at St. Mark's Episcopal School.

Violist Ellen Olson, studied viola at Hofstra University with Olga Bloom, who is best known for starting the Bargemusic in the 1970's, and has been with the Jacksonville Symphony since 1985. She performs regularly with the San Marco Chamber Music Society which she founded in 2008 with her husband, oboist Eric Olsen. She also performs with the Saint Augustine Music Festival and teaches at the Prelude Chamber Music Camp.

Cellist Betsy Federman received her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music Degrees from Indiana University while studying with distinguished Professor Janos Starker. A member of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra since 1994, Betsy played with the New World Symphony (Miami) under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas and the Naples (Florida) Philharmonic before coming to Jacksonville. She has participated in numerous summer festivals including the Aspen Music Festival, the Colorado Music Festival and the Utah Music Festival Opera.

SUPPORT PROVIDED BY:

Coordinated Benefits Group, the Mildred Shafer Brown Endowment for Music and the Bryan Memorial Concert Endowment in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Franklin Bryan II.

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