GLCO Music Notes
March 2020
CORRECTION: The next Sunday Series is March 22 at First Congregational Church in Charlevoix  (101 State St, Charlevoix)
March 7 I 10:30 am
Petoskey District Library

March 7 I 1:00 pm
Boyne District Library

March 22 I 4:00 pm
First Congregational Church, Charlevoix

April 19 I 2:00 pm
Petoskey United Methodist Church

April 25 I 7:00 pm
Great Lakes Center for the Arts
$50, $35, $25, age 18 under Free

May 3 I 4:00 pm
Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Petoskey

June 7 I 4:00 pm
John M. Hall Auditorium Bay View
$50, $35, $25, age 18 under Free
GLCO concert is NOT just for the birds!
April 25 I 7:00 pm
Great Lakes Center for the Arts
$50/ $35/ $25/ Age 18 under Free
Spring is on it's way! Take flight with GLCO and award-winning guest violinist, Dmitri Berlinsky, during a concert inspired by birds. The program includes Rautavaara's Cantus Arcticus , Respighi's The Birds, Vaughn William's Lark Ascending , and Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony - inspired by his love for walks through the country outside Vienna.
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Brass Quintet and DrumHeads
Sunday Series: Brass Quintet & DrumHeads
Enjoy free chamber music Sunday, March 22 at 4 pm at First Congregational Church, Charlevoix . The program includes Brass Quintet members: Pat Jarve, Carl Hawkins, Bev Isenbarger, Vern Campbell, and Ed Bahr performing Paul Duka's Fanfare from La Peri , Victor Ewald's Quintet No. 1 , Lowell Shaw's Pocket Full of Wry , and Leonard Lebow's Popular Suite .  

DrumHeads: Tim Mocny, Ken Yagiela
and Kevin Stobbe perform a variety of percussion works including Toccata without Instruments by Ramon Meyer, Rotation II by Eric Sammut and A Little Prayer by Evelyn Glennie.

No admission charge, generous support for the Sunday Series is provided by Carolyn Klender.
GLCO Spotlight
Grace Olson
Grace Olson attended Western Michigan University where she studied flute with Dr. Charles Osborne, and earned a degree in Music Therapy. Grace has been a member of Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra for ten years, performing as second chair flute/piccolo. She is also principal with the Gaylord Community Orchestra. Grace enjoys being a member of several music ensembles, including GLCO Woodwind Quintet, the Northern Michigan Flute Choir, Gaylord Community Band, Pit Orchestra for Gaylord Community Productions, Northwinds Quintet, and provides special music for church services. Grace is a founding member of the Gaylord Community Music School, where she teaches private flute and piano lessons, and provides music therapy to those with special needs. In addition to sharing her love of music, Grace is employed by North Country Community Mental Health as a support assessor the support needs of adults with developmental disabilities in six northern Michigan counties.
Grace is fortunate to share her musical interests with her family, and often performs alongside them in various musical groups. Grace resides with her husband, Chris, in Gaylord.
As Northern Michigan’s champions of classical chamber music, it is our mission to entertain, to inspire and to educate. With a vast variety of concert themes, we highlight the most classic of traditional composers to the most innovative of today’s contemporaries—we truly have something for everyone!