Friday, January 29, 2010

Cello ensemble concert in Glendale Feb. 6

Alto Polis Music Management & Positive Motions Foundation in association with the Glendale Philharmonic Association and “Positive Motions” Concert Series will present

“Ruslan Biryukov & Friends – Cello Ensembles,”

A Chamber Concert Celebrating The Greatest Music Written For Cellists,
including World Premieres compositions written by composers Carol Worthey and Deon Nielson Price,
performed by critically acclaimed cello players: Ruslan Biryukov, Maksim Velichkin, Hope Easton, Garik Terzian, August Lee and Patricia Ryan accompanied by Pianist Mary Au.

WHAT: In this concert compositions written by some of the greatest composers/cellists for cello ensembles will be performed, demonstrating the development of the Art of Cello Performance over the last three centuries. Repertoire will include works by: Handel, Albrechtsberger, Mozart, Boccherini, Bach-Gounod, Piatti and Popper. The program will also feature the World Premiere performances of Composer/Painter, Carol Worthey’s “Russian Scenes,” and Composer Deon Nielson Price’s “If Life Were To Sing!”

WHERE: First Baptist Church of Glendale; 209 N. Louise Street (at Wilson Avenue); Glendale, CA 91206.

WHEN: Saturday, February 6, 2010 at 7:30 p.m.

HOW: The concert will be performed in the First Baptist Church of Glendale, a recently restored architectural and acoustic jewel of Los Angeles, which is 104-years-old. Tickets are $15, $20, $25 and $50 for VIP Tickets.

Tickets and can be purchased by calling 323-663-3601 (English/Russian); 323-463-7224 (Russian/English) and 818-640-7047 (Armenian/English) or online at ; or

Parking is $5 in nearby parking lots on Louise Street and Wilson Avenue, or on the street.

For further information about the concert “Ruslan Biryukov & Friends – Cello Ensembles,” please visit the websites, ; or A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the First Baptist Church of Glendale.

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