Royal Oak Musicale Program to Feature Black History Month Feb. 19

Royal Oak Musicale Program to Feature Black History Month Feb. 19

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Royal Oak, MI- ROYAL OAK MUSICALE PROGRAM Tuesday, February 19, 2019, 1:00PM at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church 814 N.Campbell Road, Royal Oak, MI (just south of Gardenia).

Royal Oak Musicale programs are open to the public and are FREE. Refreshments are served following the program.

The February concert will feature a quintet of outstanding musicians performing a variety of music. Three of the selections will be performed in observance of Black History Month: Sonata II in A Minor by Joseph Boulogne, Chevalier Saint-Georges Romance in G Major by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Two movements from a String Quartet by Florence B. Price

The performers are: Nadine Deleury – principal cellist with the Michigan Opera Theatre Orchestra Romona Merritt – violist who has been a member of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the Alabama Symphony Orchestra Laura Roelofs – a music professor at Wayne State University and violinist with the Michigan Opera Theatre Orchestra Velda Kelly – violinist with Michigan Opera Theatre Orchestra, and faculty member of Madonna University Michael Karloff – in-demand pianist with classical and jazz ensembles, and on the music faculty at the University of Windsor.

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