SYLVAN WINDS


Sunday, April 3, 2022
1:00 p.m. & 3:00 p.m.
Ritter Park - Rotary Shelter
301 W Lochmere Dr, Cary, NC 27518​


$31 ADULTS
$28 NCMA  MEMBERS
​$17 STUDENTS

For Your GPS: 301 W Lochmere Dr, Cary, NC 27518

     The SYLVAN WINDS, an integral part of New York City's cultural offerings, has earned both critical and audience acclaim for its spirited performances and innovative programming. Exploring the entire body of work of chamber music for wind instruments, it is the only group of its kind to present an annual concert series in New York City that was inaugurated at the historic Church of St. Luke in-the-Fields in Greenwich Village. The ensemble celebrated its 40th Anniversary during the 2018-19 season.
     The Sylvan Winds have garnered numerous commissioning, recording, residency, and general support grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Chamber Music America, the New York State Council on the Arts, the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, and Meet the Composer, now NewMusicUSA.

CONCERT SEATING CHART
SOCIALLY-DISTANCED
GREEN TABLES CAN SEAT 
PARTIES OF 2-6

MORE ABOUT CARY'S RITTER PARK

TABLES ARE +6' APART
OPEN-AIR ATMOSPHERE

CONVENIENT & ACCESSIBLE
RESTROOMS & PARKING

Sylvan Winds pictured at Cary's Ritter Park April 3, 2022
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ABOUT THE  PROGRAM
Svjetlana Kabalin (flute)
Kathy Halvorson (oboe)
Todd Palmer (clarinet)
Gina Cuffari (bassoon)
Zohar Schondorf  (horn)









ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Chosen to perform at the NY Governor’s Arts
Awards, the ensemble has presented imaginative
​and scintillating programs of chamber works for winds in such places as Town Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, the White Mountains, the Cape Cod and Skaneateles Festivals, Rutgers University’s Summerfest, Amherst College, the Chicago Chamber Music Society and the Sejong Cultural Center in Seoul, Korea. They have recorded for the Koch Classics, CRI/New World, North/South, and Albany record labels, and have enjoyed collaborations with such distinguished artists as Gerard Schwarz, Ransom Wilson, the Guarneri String Quartet, pianist Claude Frank, radio personality Robert Sherman, and actor Louis Zorich.