Doansburg Ensemble at St. Mary's Church

The Doansburg Chamber Ensemble continues their 2011 season with a performance at St. Mary’s church on Saturday, Aug. 13 at 8 p.m. The Doansburg Chamber Ensemble is comprised of young, accomplished, professional musicians who, along with several guest artists, annually present a concert series. This performance will include a presentations by a duo for flute and harp, by harpist, Joy Plaisted and flutist, Christine Smith. Scheduled repertoire includes the Sonata by Leonardo Vinci, the Andante K. 315 by W.A. Mozart, J.S. Bach’s Sonata VII, and the Suite from The Victorian Kitchen

Joy Plaisted

Garden by Paul Reade, Gary Schocker’s November Song, and Histoire du Tango by Astor Piazzolla.     
       Plaisted came to New York City in 1987 to earn her Masters Degree from the Juilliard School of Music. She has performed with the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra, the New York Harp Ensemble, the Reykjavik Youth Symphony, and the off-Broadway production of The Fantasticks, among other theatrical and orchestral productions. Plaisted’s concerts have taken her to Japan, China, Hong Kong, France, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Iceland.

Christine Smith

Smith holds a BFA Degree from SUNY at Stonybrook. She is a 1981 graduate of the Juilliard School of Music, Pre-College Division. She has toured England with the Stonybrook Wind Ensemble, and has performed at Paul Hall, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall. Smith regularly performs as a soloist with the Doansburg Chamber Ensemble, of which she is a charter member. She has performed at Grace Church in White Plains on their Noontime Series, as well as performing with the St. Peter’s Orchestra. Smith is currently conductor of the Putnam Symphony Orchestra, and she is the conductor of a number of vocal ensembles.
       Tickets are available at the door at $10 for general admission and $9 for seniors and students. For more information click HERE.


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