Saturday, September 29, 7:30 PM
Online ticket sales have ended – but you can purchase tickets at the Entrance, located on 4th Street, just West of the J. Tickets are limited.
Pianist Milica Jelača Jovanović is joined by a string quintet for a special performance at the Jansen Art Center. The quintet includes Laura Camacho, violin, Grant Donnellan, violin, Eric Kean, viola, Coral Marchant, cello, and Spencer Hoveskeland, bass. Works by Gardel, Keyper, and Mozart will complement the evening’s centerpiece — Chopin’s “Piano Concerto in E Minor, Op. 11.”
Currently, on the faculty at Western Washington University (WWU), Milica Jelača Jovanović began giving recitals at the age of eight. Jovanović has performed as a soloist with symphonic and baroque orchestras and as a recitalist and chamber musician in North America and throughout Europe. Violinist Laura Camacho maintains an active career teaching at WWU and performing nationwide in symphonies, orchestras, and concerts. With degrees from Yale School of Music and Oberlin Conservatory, Grant Donnellan teaches violin and coaches chamber music at WWU and co-directs the summer Chamber Music Festival. Violist Eric Kean is an active recitalist and has performed with the Seattle Symphony and many regional music festivals. Kean is a music faculty member at WWU. Coral Marchant enjoys a fulfilling career as a freelance cellist and private cello instructor. With bass and cello duo, The Bottom Line Duo, Spencer Hoveskeland has played the role of arranger, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and orchestrator. Pat Nelson is a bassoon instructor at DigiPen Institute, WWU and Whatcom Community College and a member of the Westwood Wind Quintet.
Online Convenience Fee: $1.50
Total Per Ticket: $26.50
Tickets are available at the Jansen Art Center during regular hours or can be purchased online. There is a $1.50 online convenience fee. Jansen Art Center Members save 10%. All tickets are non-refundable.
- September 29, 2018
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Venue: Chamber Hall
The Chamber Hall at the Jansen Art Center is located in the NW corner of the second floor: