CALVARY’S COMMUNITY CONCERT SERIES
As of July 2020, Calvary’s Music and Arts Committee has determined it is in the best interest of musicians and our concert patrons to postpone the concerts scheduled for this fall, due to COVID-19. At this time, we are hopeful that concerts scheduled for 2021 can be held, and those are listed below. Should this change, this page will be updated and those on our email list will be notified.
If you are not receiving Community Concert Series emails, we’d love to add you to our list. Your email will not be used for anything other than concert notices.To join our email list, please use the form at the bottom of the page.
Your continued support of the Community Concert Series is greatly appreciated. Stay safe and be well so that we can see you soon!
PRESENTED BY THE MUSIC AND ARTS MINISTRY OF CALVARY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
All concerts are free and open to the public.
Concerts begin at 3:00 p.m. Doors open at 2:30
Please note: Concert dates are firm at the time of posting and rarely change, but changes or cancellations by the artist/group and/or inclement weather may happen due to circumstances beyond our control. Email list subscribers will receive notice by email, and changes will be posted on this web page.
January 31, 2021- Brian Ganz, pianist
Brian returns to Calvary for his “All Chopin” concert as he continues his quest to perform all the works of Chopin. The interactive, highly energetic performance is a must-see.
February 28, 2021- Women’s Guitar Gala
Classical guitarists Danielle Cumming, Magdalena Duhagon and Candice Mowbray have enjoyed unique and multi-faceted musical careers that have intertwined for years. Come and enjoy this trio of accomplished and diverse artists as they come together for an engaging program of solo and ensemble music from Brazil, France, Canada and more.
March 21, 2020- Meraki
This dynamic clarinet and piano duo of Dr. Elizabeth G. Hill and Dr. Anastasia Christofakis is dedicated to bridging cultures through music with pieces rooted in the composer’s native countries. The program will include works by Jerod Tate, Anthony R. Green, Horovitz, and Whitmarsh. Learn more at www.elizabethghill.com/meraki.
April 18, 2021- Beau Soir Ensemble
Returning to the Community Concert series by popular demand, the Beau Soir Ensemble with Ruth Lottchen Wicker, viola, Michelle Lundy, harp, and Carole Bean, flute, come together to perform classical and contemporary music. Learn more at www.beausoir.org.
May 2, 2021- Michael Adcock, pianist
Michael has cultivated a career as a versatile soloist, chamber musician, and pre-concert lecturer in the U.S. and around the world. In addition to traditional classical piano repertoire, Michael will perform pieces from his recent CD, “Ragtime in Washington,” recorded here at Calvary UMC on our Steinway D concert piano. Learn more at www.MichaelAdcockPiano.com
2019- 20 Season DONOR
Isam and Katie Ballenger *
Paul and Dixie Bohn *
Deborah Bostian ***
Bruce and Mary Caruthers
Bob and Melodie Charles
Harry and Sharon Cole
Marcin and Marzena Dyba
Walter and Peggy Edmonds
Richard and Linda Fairfax
Zan and Deborah Fleming
G. and L. Hammond
Claudia Jean Harrington
Mr.and Mrs. James Hartley
Dave and Pat Herber
Terry Higgins *
Richard and Suzanne Hill*
James and Sherry Hubbard *
Carol and Clifford Ireland
Andrew and Carol Keirn *
Mary Sue Krause
Brian and Marguerite Krompasick
Robert and Nancy Manthey
John and Dorothy Mitchell
Dr. Raymond Moreland **
Scott and Linda Myers
Charles and Michele Samuel
Tim and Rebecca Taylor
Jack and Joan Tritt **
Alan and Joan Wheilham
* Sponsor ** Patron *** Saint
LEVELS OF GIVING:
- Supporter – $1.00 – $99.00
- Sponsor – $100.00 – $249.00
- Patron – $250.00 – $499.00
- Saint – $500.00 and up
Support Calvary Music and Arts Ministry
Artistic expression, among the greatest of gifts offered to humankind, is meant to be shared with one another. It is the mission of Calvary’s Music and Arts Ministry to offer quality programs to our congregation and as an outreach to the community for little or no charge.
We are not funded by the general church budget, and rely primarily on contributions of supporters like you. Your generous contributions will allow us to continue offering concerts by our own church musicians as well as artists from around the country and throughout the world.
Tax-deductible contributions can be mailed to:
131 West Second Street
Frederick, MD 21701.
Please note “Music and Arts Ministry” in the check’s memo line. Please add “Community Concert Series” in the memo line.
Each contributor will receive an acknowledgement letter. Contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.