Peace Memorial Presbyterian Church
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
find peace

Upcoming Concert

WHAT:  GREAT MELODIES FOR VIOLA & PIANO – Peace Memorial starts its new concert season with an exciting and varied program.  These talented performers will bring us inspiring classical selections by Beethoven and Rachmaninov, plus, to help us enjoy Columbus Day, some beautiful tunes by Latin composers. The rich acoustics of the Peace sanctuary are perfectly suited for these instruments.

Michael Klotz, Viola. Michael is violist with the highly regarded Amernet String Quartet, Ensemble in Residence at Florida International University. He received his Bachelor’s degree from the Eastman School of Music and his Masters from Juilliard.  He is an acclaimed violist with many worldwide performances and he enjoys developing interesting programs and collaborating with other leading artists of today.
Grigorios Zamparas, Piano. Grigorios received his earliest training and degrees in Greece, followed by his Masters in Music from at Indiana University and his Doctorate at the University of Miami.  He is a highly acclaimed piano soloist, recitalist and chamber musician. He is a Professor of Piano at University of Tampa and he records on the Centaur label. 

WHERE: PEACE MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (the pink church downtown) 110 S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Clearwater (corner of Pierce and Ft. Harrison).
CHARGE: No tickets needed. Seating is first come, first served. Doors open at 2:30.  An offering will be taken. Please make a donation ($ 5-10 minimum) so we can continue offering these quality programs.

RECEPTION: After the concert, there is a light reception in the fellowship hall so you can meet, greet and thank the musicians.
PARKING: There are four primary areas: 1) west and behind the church off of Pierce 2) directly east across Ft Harrison in large County lot (reserved for Peace church events on Sundays) 3) in lot north of the church fellowship hall and 4) west in the City Hall lot.
INFO: For more info, call the church office at (727) 446 3001 or Concert Series Chair, Beth Daniels at (727) 461 1818.