Cherry Hill concert opens spring season Sunday
To ring in the spring season, historic Cherry Hill will present four musicians in concert.
Performing a program which will include Vincent d’Indy’s Trio in Bb Major, Opus 29 and Johannes Brahms’ Trio in B major, Opus 8, will be Michael Cyzewski on clarinet, Brian Reagin on violin, Jonathan Kramer on cello and June Burbage an piano.
Once a member of the U.S. Army Band (Pershing’s Own), Cyzewski has been with the North Carolina Symphony since 1973, performing as a soloist on three occasions.
Reagin has served as concertmaster of the North Carolina Symphony for 24 years.
Holding a master of music degree from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, Burbage has taught at her alma mater and served as music director for the Performing Arts Camp at Meredith College, the UNC Drama Department and Playmakers Repertory Company.
Kramer currently serves as a teaching associate professor at North Carolina State University and adjunct professor of ethnomusicology at Duke University.
A preserved mid-19th Century plantation home, Cherry Hill is located on N.C. 58 in the Warren County community of Inez.
Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for students and children under 12 are free. Tickets will be available at the door.
For more information, visitcherryhillconcerts.com.