Sunday Afternoon Classical Series Celebrates Fourth Season at Winnsboro Center for the Arts
Winnsboro Center for the Arts presents its 2019-2020 Sunday Afternoon Classical Series lineup beginning September 1 with the return of Mount Vernon Music’s Orchard Ensemble.
Beloved MVM founders violinist Mark Miller and violist Ute Miller are joined by violinist Yuko Mansell and cellist Zachery Mansell.
On October 13, Mercury Chamber Orchestra, billed as an eight-piece “Vivaldi Baroque Extravaganza,” takes the stage. The group includes a harpsichord.
On November 3, oboist Emily Tsai, of the popular group WindSync, returns to the WCA stage as an accompanist for classical guitarist William Feasley.
Closing out the series is Mary Dibbern, music director of education at the Dallas Opera. She is returning for her fourth appearance on the WCA stage January 5, 2020. Performing with Dibbern are soprano Gabrielle Gilliam and Malcom Payne Jr. who plays the flute and adds his baritone voice to the performance.
“It is a joy and a privilege to return for the fourth season to the Classical Series,” Dibbern said. “Every singer who has come to Winnsboro with me has treasured the opportunity to perform for such a warm audience in such a beautiful setting.”
Tickets are available on Eventbrite or through winnsborocenterforthearts.com. Ticket prices range from $39 to $89. The $89 subscription includes seating at bistro tables.
The Winnsboro Center for the Arts is located at 200 Market Street in downtown Winnsboro. Call (903) 342-0686 for more information.