St. Louis Symphony Concertmaster David Halen and acclaimed SLSO Cellist Bjorn Ranheim with pianist Jennifer Judd will perform beloved piano trios. Each musician boasts a robust solo career, and their passion for chamber music has amazed audiences all over the world.
The Alexander Technique (AT) is a practical method
for learning to approach our daily activities with more
freedom, ease and natural coordination. Katherine
Mitchell gives workshops and lecture demonstrations
all over the country including working with the National
Association of Teachers of Singing, physical and
occupational therapists at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, and
training Alexander Technique teachers.
Lyracle, an award-winning Early Music ensemble, performs
repertoire for solo voice and viola da gamba. The duo—
mezzo soprano Ashley Mulcahey and viola da gambist
James Perrotta—offer scintillating performances of 16thand
17th-century song and viol solos with technical skill
and infectious energy. Recognized for their performances
across the country, Lyracle is a finalist in Early Music
America’s 2020 Young Artists Competition.
The ECC music department faculty is home to many
talented and dedicated instructors who are also
performing artists. Join us for an evening of artistry that
belongs to our community more than any other, as the
mentors and professors of our music students
showcase the craft they teach.