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Thursday, September 21, 2023


Oct. 15, 2002 – The 2002-03 Music at Whim Concert Series gets under way this weekend with performances on Friday and Saturday nights by pianist Felipe Ramirez.
The remainder of the season:
Nov. 15/16 – Aundrey Mitchell on viola and Ivo Kaltchev on piano.
Jan. 10/11 – Burr Phillips on bass baritone and Tara Emerson on piano.
Feb. 21/22 – The Klemperer Trio — Erika Klemperer on violin, Ronald Crutcher on violoncello and Gordon Back on piano.
March 21/22 – Brian Kershner on bassoon and Barbara Gonzalez-Palmer on piano.
April 11/12 – Dallas Weekley and Nancy Arganbright, piano duo.
Tickets are $30 per concert for general admission and $25 for Landmarks Society members. Series discount packages are available.
This is the 17th season of "candlelight ambience" concerts presented by the St. Croix Landmarks Society in the 250-year-old Whim Greathouse. All concerts begin at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday programs are identical. Meet-the-artist receptions will be held following the Saturday performances in the Museum Store for those who purchase series packages as patrons, donors or friends.
For more information, visit the Landmarks Society's Candlelight Concert Series Web site. To have a free brochure mailed to you, call 772-0598 or e-mail to the Landmarks Society.

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