Wood Flutes & Silver Flutes In Concert With Live Painting

On October 27 you are invited to go somewhere new with Native American flutist, Mark Holland and concert flutist, Sherry Finzer.

Holland and Finzer just released a new cd, “Somewhere New”. On Saturday, October 27 they will be in concert at The Chapel, 6238 Alexander Drive, Clayton 63105 at 8pm. Joining Holland and Finzer will be Cory Edwards – piano and Ranya Iqbal – cello with special guest Vesna Delevska who will be painting on stage during the performance.

“Somewhere New” is a follow up to their award winning cd, “Flute Flight”. It is currently ranked #2 in the Zone Music Reporter charts and has been getting a lot of air play throughout the country.

Holland and Finzer recently returned from Eau Claire, Wisconsin where they performed at the World Flute Society Convention to an enthusiastic and very appreciative audience.

At the Chapel they will perform some selections from both cds, “Somewhere New” and “Flute Flight” as well as some pieces from some of Holland’s releases with Cory Edwards.

A variety of flutes will be featured on this program including a Contra Bass Concert flute, Bass flute, Alto flute and C Flute played by Sherry Finzer. Mark Holland will be playing many Native American flutes including several Ultra Low / Sub Bass flutes. The Chapel is a wonderful, intimate space ideal for such a concert as this. The painting of Vesna Delevska is always brilliant. This always proves to be a nice blend. Holland is leader and founder of the world fusion group, Autumn’s Child. He has his own recording label, Cedar n Sage Music.

Holland is a native of Saint Louis. Finzer is from Phoenix, Arizona. In addition to performing and recording she runs a music production company, RS Productions and also a cd label, Heart Dance Records.

***Each admission includes 2 free drinks of your choice***
Tickets in advance are only $15.00 and will be $20.00 at the door. The doors will open at 7:30pm.

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