Shrine to Music announces 2000-2001 concert series Internationally known musicians from Belgium, Brazil, China, England, and New York, will appear on the Shrine to Music Museum's 2000-2001 Sunday afternoon concert series, as the museum celebrates its 15th season with five of the most adventurous programs in the museum's history. A subscription, which guarantees a seat at all five events, is $75 ($50 for museum members).
Recognized as one of the best in the country by Early Music America, this year's Sunday-afternoon series features:
Oct. 22 � Monica Huggett of London, "the leading Baroque violinist in Europe" (Oxford Times), presents "Virtuosi d'Italia," including the Grand Sonate by Paganini.
Nov. 5 � Anima traces "The Discovery of Brazil," from its musical roots in the Middle Ages to the popular music of today.
Feb. 4 � The Flanders Recorder Quartet with Steve Dugardin, countertenor, performs "English Consort Music & Songs."
Feb. 25 � Gao Hong, the virtuosic Chinese pipa (lute) player, joins the Belladonna Baroque Quartet for "Folk Music from East and West."
March 18 � Malcolm Bilson, the renowned pianist, plays works by Beethoven and Schubert on the museum's 1815 Viennese piano.
Call 605-677-5306 for ticket/subscription information.