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Sunday, Nov. 24, 2019 at 7 pm 
Chamber Music at the Scarab Club

Tickets – $25 at the door, $20 in advance, $10 for students 
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Chamber Music at the Scarab Club continues its 22nd season with another vibrant program, welcoming back the Florida-based Scharrón-Wiesinger Duo, who will perform new and familiar works from around the world. The program includes well-known pieces by Italian composers Guiliani and Castelnuovo-Tedesco as well as a newly commissioned work by Argentinian composer Jorge Morel. Triptico Latino includes two dance movements strongly influenced by the music of Piazzolla and Ginastera. Puerto Rican born Roberto Sierra’s work is highly descriptive and depicts the sounds of the rainforest, including the native coqui frogs. The duo will also be joined by violinist Velda Kelly and cellist Nadine Deleury to perform Austrian composer Kurt Schwertsik’s Sotto Voce.

As always, each piece will be introduced by one of the musicians and the concert will be followed by a delicious and friendly reception.


Grand Sonata for flute and guitar – Mauro GIULIANI (1781-1829)
Sonatina Op. 205 – Mario CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO (1895-1968)
Primera Cronica del Descubrimiento – Roberto SIERRA (b. 1953)Triptico Latino – Jorge MOREL (b. 1931)
Carrie Wiesinger – flute     Eladio Scharrón – guitar

Sotto Voce
for 4 instruments – Kurt SCHWERTSIK (b. 1935)
Carrie Wiesinger – flute     Eladio Scharrón – guitar
Velda Kelly – violin    Nadine Deleury – cello 

The Scharrón-Wiesinger Duo was formed in 2012 by Eladio Scharrón, guitar and Carrie Wiesinger, flute. The duo performs Latin influenced contemporary classical music composed or arranged for the duo or for each artist as a solo member. The Scharrón-Wiesinger Duo has been praised for its musicality, performing elegant interpretations of each piece with emotion, lucidity and virtuosity. The duo has performed internationally and in November of 2014, the duo completed the recording of its first album, Heroes, at Studio 22 Radio Hungary in Budapest, Hungary with classical music producer, Peter Aczas.

Chamber Music at the Scarab Club is a popular series dedicated to presenting fine chamber music programs in informal, intimate settings that encourage a close rapport between audience and performers. The series includes performances at Detroit’s historic Scarab Club and Grosse Pointe Unitarian Church. Innovative programming and a connection with literature and the visual arts have assured this small series an important place in the metropolitan Detroit arts scene.

For more info – (248) 921-3193 

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