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Concerts at Calvin: Classical Concert (7/28/19)

Sunday, July 28th | 3:00 pm

David Southorn, Violin | Bill Kuyper, Horn | Darlene Cusick, Piano


Calvin Presbyterian Church is presenting a classical concert on July 28th, at 3:00 pm, featuring David Southorn, former Tigard resident and now an internationally-known violinist; Darlene Cusick, celebrated pianist; and L. William Kuyper, acclaimed French hornist, playing Brahms Trio and other beautiful compositions. 

Violinist David Southorn is the Concert Master for the New Haven Connecticut Symphony and the Delaware Symphony Orchestra, and Assistant Concert Master of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.  Based in New York City, Mr. Southorn performs regularly as an extra with the New York Philharmonic Symphony and has been on multiple tours, recently to China, Japan, Taiwan, Vail, and California.

Pianist Darlene Cusick is a frequent solo and collaborative artist. She was chosen as a semi-finalist in the prestigious 2011 Van Cliburn International Amateur Piano Competition held in Fort Worth, Texas. A native of Portland, she has performed as soloist with the Oregon Symphony, under the direction of Norman Leyden in a ten-day concert tour, and at the age of 15 was concert soloist with the Portland Youth Philharmonic. Recently she was soloist with the Vancouver Symphony, performing Cesar Frank’s “Symphonic Variations."

L. William Kuyper, French hornist, was Assistant Principal Hornist with the New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra prior to his recent retirement. He has been active both in the United States and abroad as a soloist, clinician, and recording artist. He also appeared regularly with the Philharmonic Ensembles in their acclaimed chamber-music series at Merkin Concert Hall. Mr. Kuyper joined the Philharmonic in 1969 after memberships in both the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington, D.C., and the United States Marine Band. While in the Marine Band, he had the distinction of participating in the State funeral service of President John F. Kennedy. 

These concerts are supported by your free-will offering. There will be light refreshments following the concert.

All are welcome!