Presented as part of INTERPLAY
Chamber Music at the Hilbert Museum
Sunday, October 7, 2018 at 4pm
Joseph Morris, Clarinet
Benjamin Smolen, Flute
Ted Sugata, Oboe
Rose Corrigan, Bassoon
Enjoy a FREE chamber music concert of woodwind music from Pacific Symphony. Led by principal clarinetist Joseph Morris, this program explores the unique voices of woodwind instruments in an intimate setting with a journey through the colorful palette of repertoire for flute, clarinet, oboe and bassoon. What better way to enjoy great music than in a venue surrounded by fine art by many of California's most noted artists?
Door Open: 3:30 p.m.
Concert: 4 p.m.
Wine and Cheese Reception immediately following the performance
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Seating is limited and will be first-come, first-served. Limited standing room in the back. California wine and cheese reception to follow the performance.
The Hilbert Museum of California Art at Chapman University, which opened in 2016, was founded thanks to the generosity of founders Mark and Janet Hilbert. The Hilbert Collection – which includes oils, watercolors, sketches and lithographs of urban and industrial scenes, coastal views, farms, ranches and landscapes of everyday life – is a significant repository of images of the 20th century by California artists, celebrating the unique artistic and cultural development of the Golden State.
Seating is very limited, and we expect the event to sell out so please do not delay in making your plans.
FREE PARKING is available in the Chapman University West Campus Structure at 230 N. Cypress St. or in the Palm Lot at 538 W. Palm Avenue in Orange, which has tunnel access to the train station/Museum side of the railroad tracks. Each is an easy walk to the Museum!
Presented by Chapman University and Pacific Symphony, this concert is part of INTERPLAY, in association with Chapman University's College of Performing Arts and the Hilbert Museum of California Art.