Sunday, July 30, 2017

Broad Street Chamber at Library

The Roeliff Jansen Community Library will host the Broad Street Chamber Players on Sunday, July 30, at 5 pm.  The concert will include selections from Bach, Haydn, Lefebvre, Gaubert, Brahms, and Faure.

The trio has performed throughout the region including the Capital District over the past five years.  Its diverse repertoire includes European and American works from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.

Elizabeth Chinery, Flute, has been performing and teaching in the Capital District for over 25 years. She is principal flutist with the Schenectady Symphony and has appeared with the Albany Symphony.  She has also performed as principle flutist for several SPAC concerts including the Three Irish Tenors.

Jay Shulman, Cello, is a member of the Long Island Philharmonic and the River Ensemble, and teaches and performs throughout the Hudson Valley.  He has recorded with the Bronx Arts Ensemble and is heard on the soundtrack of Sedat Pakay’s PBS documentary “Josef and Anni Albers.”

David Smith, Piano, has extensive experience as a keyboard artist — piano, organ and harpsichord — and also as a choral conductor.  Mr. Smith is the Artistic Director and founder ofConcerts in the Village, and directs its principal ensembles, the Broad Street Chorale and the Broad Street Orchestra.