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Sunday, April 23 at 3:00pm


Sunday, April 23 at 3:00pm


Sunday, April 23 at 3:00pm


First Congregational Church of Greenwich
108 Sound Beach Avenue, Old Greenwich


75 minutes with

Sunday, April 23 at 3:00pm

Small Space Series

Orchestra Lumos’ Small Space Series presents concerts created and performed by our musicians in your neighborhood.

About this performance

Groove along to this rhythmic and spirited program that explores how the Orchestra’s wind players pay homage to theatre, jazz, and living in the South.

Elizabeth Mannflute
Melanie Feld, oboe
Pavel Vinnitsky, clarinet
Cynde Iverson, bassoon
Lawrence DiBello, horn

Musical Program to include

Darius Ibert Trois pièces brèves

Valerie Coleman Red Clay, Mississippi Delta

Paul Hindemith Kleine Kammermusic Op.24 No 2

Maurice Ravel Le Tombeau de Couperin

Paquito D’Rivera Aires Tropicales (excerpts)

Elizabeth Mann flute

Elizabeth Mann is a featured performer in concert halls throughout the United States, Europe and the Far East.  She is the Principal Flutist of the Orchestra of St. Lukes, the St. Lukes Chamber Ensemble and is a member of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.  She has played Principal Flute with the Rotterdam Philharmonic under the baton of Valery Gergiev and recorded and performed with the New York Philharmonic.  In past seasons, she premiered a solo flute piece by Joan Tower and performed a commissioned Concerto by Peter Maxwell Davies with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.

Ms. Mann has been principal flute with the Santa Fe Opera, played with the Minnesota Orchestra, the Boston Symphony, the Dorian Quintet and Yo Yo Ma’s Silk Road Project. She has been featured at Caramoor, Santa Fe and the Lochenhaus Festivals and teaches at the Colorado College for their Summer Festival.

Ms. Mann attended the Juilliard School as a student of Julius Baker.  She can be heard on over 100 recordings, which include her critically acclaimed flute and harp CD with Deborah Hoffmann of Chopin transcriptions titled “Reflections”. Ms. Mann is also an active teacher.

Melanie Feld oboe

Since 1980, Melanie Feld has been principal oboist of the Stamford Symphony Orchestra. She is a member of the Orchestra of St. Luke’s and American Composers Orchestra and is principal oboist of the Westchester Philharmonic. She is the English Hornist of the American Symphony Orchestra and has performed with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.  Since 1992, she has been a member of the orchestra for the Broadway production of Phantom of the Opera.   For a number of years she was a member of the New York Pickup Ensemble, playing the annual Carnegie Hall P.D.Q. Bach programs.  Her recording credits include albums on the Music Masters, CBS, Telarc, Harmonia Mundi, Decca, EMI, Nonesuch and New World Records.

A native of the San Francisco Bay area, Ms. Feld moved to New York City to attend the Mannes College of Music and completed her graduate studies at the Juilliard School of Music.  Her teachers have included Leland Lincoln, Marc Lifschey, Stephen Adelstein and Ronald Roseman.

Melanie resides in Leonia, New Jersey with her music librarian husband David Carp.  Former members of the Carp household are son Joshua (father of Elliott Jordan Carp) and daughter Elizabeth; current inhabitants are cats Navy and Choco.

Pavel Vinnitsky clarinet

Pavel Vinnitsky was appointed principal clarinetist of the Stamford Symphony in 2013. An avid orchestral musician, he regularly performs with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Metropolitan Opera, the Philadelphia Orchestra, Chicago Symphony, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, the American Symphony and the Orchestra of St. Luke’s. As chamber musician, Pavel Vinntsky is a founding member of ClariAnna Duo that includes his wife, concert pianist Anna Vinnitsky. He also performed with the Met Chamber Players during their Carnegie Hall series as well as with the Wind Soloists of New York, the St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble, the International Contemporary Ensemble. He is on the artist roster of many international chamber music festivals.

A dedicated educator, Pavel Vinnitsky has conducted master-classes at universities and music schools nation-wide. He is on the faculty at NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. His discography includes recordings for Deutsche Grammophon, New World and Bridge Records labels, numerous broadcasts on WQXR, CBS, Israeli National TV and Bavarian Radio as well as major motion picture soundtracks.

Pavel Vinnitsky holds degrees in clarinet performance from Tel-Aviv University and Yale University School of Music. To learn more about Pavel, please go to his website –>www.pavelvinnitskyclarinet.com

Cynde Iverson bassoon

Cynde Iverson is recognized as one of the finest bassoonists today. She is Principal bassoonist with the Stamford Symphony and New Haven Symphony and a member of the American Ballet Theater Orchestra.  She performs with many of New York’s most prestigious ensembles, including the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s and the American Symphony Orchestra.

As a soloist Ms. Iverson has toured the US, Europe, Japan and Asia with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. Ms. Iverson is a founding member of the Wind Trio of New York.

In the summer months she performs at the Caramoor Music Festival, North Country Chamber Players, Moab Music Festival and Chamber Music Northwest.

As an advocate for contemporary music, Ms. Iverson has performed and recorded numerous compositions with the chamber ensembles Continuum and Musical Elements and has explored the medium of Jazz with artists such as Steve Lacy, Anthony Davis and James Newton.  She was a member of the Jazz ensemble Episteme and toured extensively both locally and abroad.

Cynde Iverson received her B.M. (cum laude) from Indiana University as a student of Leonard Sharrow and her M.M. (cum laude) from the Juilliard School as a student of Stephen Maxym.

Lawrence DiBello horn

Lawrence DiBello in addition to his role as Principal horn with Stamford Symphony, is Principal horn in the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, Co-Principal horn in the American Ballet Theater Orchestra, 3rd horn in the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and 3rd horn in the American Symphony Orchestra. He has also made several guest appearances as Principal horn with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra.

His commercial musical ventures include national and international tours with Barbra Streisand as Principal horn and recordings with pop icons Paul Taylor and Sting.

He also has been a member of many Broadway Show orchestras including Cats, Jesus Christ Super Star, Nine, Oklahoma, Fiddler on the Roof, Mary Poppins, Billy Elliot, Carousel and currently Music Man.

*artists and programs subject to change