Our conductor Gordon Halligan refers to us as Greystone Mansion Winners.
It is exciting and prestigious so we are on the move!
Time to make a recording that includes Classical and Jazz compositions.
Look what Nancy thought would be a funny picture
FEATURING DAVID SHOSTAC
June 14, 2015 at 2:30 pm the concert begins at the Riveria Country Club.
FEATURING DAVID SHOSTAC
WHEN: June 14, 2015
TIME: 2:30 PM
WHERE: Riviera Country Club
1250 Capri Dr.
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
Gordon Halligan (310) 402-7595
David Burns (213) 840-2310 TICKETS: $25 General seating
$40 Reserved seating
Featuring David Shostac
Questions: 1-310-402-7595 or
The Flutesonic Chamber Orchestra, winner of the national auditions Greystone Concert series presents their summer concert featuring David Shostac. We are a full range, beautiful and unique orchestra: Performing baroque concertos, modern, and romantic works with absolute precision and the joy of life and beauty that great music holds.
Feature Works: Vivaldi, Telemann, Bach, Tchaikovsky, Rimsky Korsakov, Joaquin Rodrigo and Benjamin Godard.
The Orchestra is mostly flutes of all sizes and ranges. I am the only regular member playing a string instrument! The bass section includes me on string bass with Nancy Newman on contrabass flute and Roger Greene on contrabass clarinet. Roger doubles on harpsichord. It’s the most unusual bass section I’ve ever been in.
Our group has won the 2015-2016 Greystone Concerts in the Mansions Series National Auditions. Stay tuned for more exciting events by this top notch group featuring soloist David Shostac conducted by Gordon Halligan.
Here we are warming up for the audition in Beverly Hills.
Big thanks to Billy Paul, Anand Bennett, Paul Chevalier for bringing cheer, creative spirit and strong musicianship to the OK Corral, Ranch Cabin Records recording room, Silverlake CA. Together with me on upright bass we crafted another instrumental.
Jaunty is the latest coming out May 2015
We welcome and encourage your replies
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