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Music Institute of Chicago Faculty & Guest Artists Series Presents Johann Gottlieb Janitsch’s “Echo” Sonata, Op.5 

Music Institute of Chicago Faculty and Guest Artists Series Presents Opening Night: “Sonic Youth”
Alexandra C. & John D. Nichols Concert Hall, The Music Institute of Chicago, Evanston, IL
Saturday, September 23, 2017 7:30PM
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Jennet Ingle & Phillip Serna Perform Adrian Mann’s Canzone Vecchione (2005) for Oboe/ English Horn & Double Bass

Jennet Ingle & Phillip Serna Perform Adrian Mann’s Canzone Vecchione (2005) for Oboe/ English Horn & Double Bass

Ball State University Bass Day
David and Mary Jane Sursa Performance Hall, Ball State University School of Music, Muncie, IN
Sunday, October 1, 2017 5:30PM
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Midwest Young Artists Conservatory’s Chicago Double Reed Festival
Bennett Gordon Hall, Ravinia, Highland Park, IL
Sunday, October 8, 2017 4:00PM
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Black Tulip Launches it’s 2017-18 Season with a Program Celebrating 500 Years of the Reformation!

Lutheran Church of the Ascension’s One Tree, Many Branches Series
Lutheran Church of the Ascension, Northfield, IL
Saturday, October 28, 2017 7:00PM

Early Music Series at the Byron Colby Barn Presents Black Tulip
Early Music Series at the Byron Colby Barn, Grayslake, IL
Sunday, January 14, 2018 4:00PM

Rudolph Dolmetsch Concertino for Viola da Gamba and Small Orchestra, 1941

Phillip Serna Performs the Rudolph Dolmetsch Concertino for Viola da Gamba and Small Orchestra, 1941

Rudolph Dolmetsch (1906-1942), second child of Early Music pioneer Arnold Dolmetsch, was an accomplished composer, keyboardist, and is regarded as the first modern viola da gamba virtuoso. After entering the Royal College of Music in 1936, Rudolph’s compositions turned from a focus on smaller chamber and solo works towards larger symphonic compositions. His Concertino for Viola da Gamba and Small Orchestra was completed April 21, 1941 at Elbridge Gun Site, Chichester. Tragically, it was to be among his last works as he drowned at sea when the Ceramic was torpedoed off the Azores by German forces in 1942. The Concertino was first realized by Leyton Ring for publication in 1992, received its world premiere in Newcastle, UK in 1993, published by PRB Productions in 1995 and later received its U.S. premiere by New Comma Baroque’s Phillip Serna in 2010.

The Adlai E. Stevenson Community Orchestra Under the Direction of Enrique Vilaseco
Performing Arts Center, Adlai E. Stevenson High School, Lincolnshire, IL
Saturday, January 20, 2018 3:00PM
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For a comprehensive listing of all concerts performed by Phillip Serna, please visit www.phillipwserna.com/concerts.

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