‘Coffeehouse’ serves up chamber music

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Concert > Local violinist Kay Newnam will perform

Fuller Lodge presents, “The Coffeehouse: An evening of Chamber music,” 7:30 p.m., July 20.
Classical music from Frederick Chopin, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Serge Prokofiev and Zoltan Kodaly will be performed by several musicians.
Local violin and viola virtuoso Kay Newnam plays at Fuller Lodge twice a year.
From baroque masters to modern experimentalists, and sampling over a full pallet of orchestral voices during its 30-year history, Newnam assembles unique ensembles for each concert, drawing from a rich pool of professional musicians, to achieve the diversity and quality for which this series is renowned.
She was concertmaster and violin soloist of the Orchestra of Santa Fe for 22 years, during which time she performed throughout the western United States, Mexico, the West Indies, Germany and Greece. Currently, she performs with the Santa Fe Pro Musica.
Pianist Anthony Maroudas hails from Hermanus, South Africa.
An active soloist, chamber musician and collaborator, Maroudas has performed in South Africa, London, Greece and the United States. He is based in Hilo, Hawaii, where he has a teaching studio.
Cellist Joel Becktell has performed, taught, and lectured throughout North America and Europe.
His performances have garnered critical and popular acclaim, and he has collaborated with many highly respected soloists and conductors.
Becktell has been principal cellist with the Santa Fe Pro Musica, and assistant principal cellist with the Santa Fe Symphony.
His experience and expertise as an orchestral cellist have resulted in frequent opportunities to perform as a guest in the cello sections of a number of orchestras.
Coffee, or tea and dessert are served prior to the music, allowing audiences to warm up and settle in before each performance.
Doors will open at 7:30 p.m. and music begins at 8:15 p.m.
Admission includes a dessert and beverage served prior to the concert.
Seating is reserved and limited, with tickets available at CB Fox.