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Past performances, 2017 Season -----
 
On June 9 & 11, 2017,
The Birmingham Music Club
Patty McDonald
presented
 Naughty Marietta
A Light Opera by Victor Herbert, directed by Kristin Kenning
  
Alys Stephens Center's Sirote Theatre
1200 10th Avenue South
    
Friday, June 9, 2017, 7:30 pm
and
Sunday, June 11, 2017, 2:30 pm


  Reserved seats $35 (students $15)
After April 23, tickets purchased by phone at 975-ARTS (975-2787)
or via links from Alys Stephens Center Box Office.
  The Alys Stephens Center online-ordering system automatically adds
an online service fee.  This fee is not charged if you order by phone.
Before April 23, tickets were purchased via Samford University Box Office 726-2853.
  
For assistance after hours & weekends
please call or text the Birmingham Music Club at 205-253-1313,
or email us at BhamMusicClub@gmail.com
 
On Sunday, April 23, 2017, 2:30 pm
The Birmingham Music Club
&
Michael J. and MaryAnne Freeman
presented   
The Parlor Concert Featuring
Ron Shinn, Piano and Brian Viliunas, Clarinet
The Clubhouse on Highand
2908 Highland Avenue, 35205 
General Admission, all seats $20, limited to 88 seats
 
 
Complimentary Wine and Cheese Refreshments
 and Iced Tea
beginning at 2:00
Sponsored by Carolyn Van Laare and John Quenelle,
and presented by Jane Hicks
 
 
For more information, please call or text
the Birmingham Music Club at 205-253-1313,
or email us at BhamMusicClub@gmail.com 

---- past performances ----
---Our 2014 - 2015 Season---
    
Young People's Concert - Maestro Goes to Motown
Samford University Wright Center
October 15, 2014, 10am and 1pm
    

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---- past performances ----

---Our 2014 - 2015 Season---

William DeVan

World-Class Pianist

Throughout his career, acclaimed international concert pianist and former Birmingham-Southern College Artist-in-Residence, Dr. Devan has also made classical music accessible to young people with his Classics for Children Piano Series and master classes he has led at the Alabama School of Math and Science in Mobile, the Avondale School in Birmingham and the Savannah, Georgia Arts Academy.

Devan is the first American winner of the "Vianna da Motta" competition in Lisbon, Portugal and recipient of two Mellon Foundation grants; he is co-author of Schumann: Solo Piano Literature, a comprehensive guide to the piano works of Robert Schumann and contributing author of A Symposium for Pianists and Teachers: Strategies to Develop the Mind and Body for Optimal Performance; Devan received his BA and MA from the Julliard School of Music and holds a Konzertexamen diploma from the Hochschule Fur Musik and Theater in Hanover, Germany. 

 

 

Maestro goes to Motown

YOUNG PEOPLE'S CONCERT & FUNDRAISER


This region-wide collaboration, created by BMC Executive Director, Ron Bourdages, features an 18-piece orchestra of professional and student musicians from diverse musical backgrounds including ASFA, UA, UAB, Birmingham-Southern College, Lawson State Community College and the Birmingham Heritage Band. The show will educate and inspire more than 2,000 students, their teachers, and all artist participants. It will promote cross-cultural conversations, celebrate performing artists with Alabama roots, and preserve the state's cultural heritage. (Public performance, Hoover Library, Tuesday, October 14, 7:00 p.m.)
 

Terrance Brown & Tiffany Bostic-Brown


with the members of The Red Mountain Chamber Orchestra

 

What a special evening! The Music Club returns to the intimate and elegant Clubhouse On Highland with a special presentation of a husband and wife opera singing team. Both Terrance & Tiffany have powerful, exciting voices!
 Seating is limited to 100, so order your tickets today!


Dr. Terrance Brown, professional opera/ concert singer and Director of Vocal Studies and Opera at the University of North Alabama, received his Bachelor of Music at Samford University and his Doctor of Musical Arts from LSU. An internationally recognized concert and operatic artist, Brown recently appeared as a soloist in Beethoven's Ninth Symphony with the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra; he also sang Brahms' Requiem with the Memphis Symphony Orchestra. Honors include: regional finalist for the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions in New Orleans and the National Association of Teachers of Singing Artist Awards. 

 Brown's wife, Soprano Tiffany Bostic-Brown, also a UNA faculty member, received her Bachelor of Music degree from Virginia Commonwealth University; and her Master of Music and Doctor of Music degrees at LSU. She has been recognized internationally as a concert artist, recitalist, and operatic artist. Performance credits include: the mother in Hansel and Gretel, Micaëla in Carmen, First lady in The Magic Flute, and many more.  Dr. Bostic-Brown made her Carnegie Hall debut in spring 2012.

Desert Song

Dorothy Jemison Day Theater at ASFA

Memorial Day Weekend, 2015  

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