OCT certified

Chamber music society of the Mid-Willamette Valley

Willamette University

Faculty and Students Ensemble

2:30 PM, Sunday, April 29

Five Reeds and a Flute Quartet

Trois pièces pour une musique de nuit - Eugene Bozza
Sardana, Balls|Fuga, Eduardo Grau

  • Colleen White, Coach
  • Lauren Collar, flute
  • Beatrice Lincke, oboe
  • Olivia Scott, clarinet
  • Joel Westby, bassoon

Willamette String Quartet

String Quartet in G Minor, Opus 27 - Edvard Grieg

  • Daniel Rouslin, coach
  • Courtney Chun, violin
  • Sophie Goodwin-Rice, violin
  • Michael Chergosky, viola
  • Holly Wheeler, cello

Student/Faculty Quintet

Quintet in A Major (“The Trout”) - Franz Schubert

  • Emily Hutchinson, violin
  • Daniel Rouslin, viola
  • Leann Kim, cello
  • Nicholas Burton, bass
  • Jean-David Coen, piano
image of faculty

This is the ninth and last concert of the 2017-2018 season.

Professors Rouslin and Coen have been mainstays of the Willamette University Music Department for years, and are highly regarded throughout the musical world. They have often performed together. For example, they traveled to Mexico on a faculty exchange program at the University of Vera Cruz in April, 2017. The Willamette students are very fortunate to be able to share the Trout performance with Professors Rouslin and Coen, and we are fortunate to hear the result!

This is also the concert that benefits the scholarship program administered by the Musicians Union that provides private music lessons for students who otherwise could not afford them. Camerata Musica joined in 2014 with Dan Rouslin and Rev. Rick Davis in sponsoring these scholarship concerts; Rouslin and Davis had initiated these concerts several years earlier.

Several dozen students have benefitted from these scholarships. We hope to introduce some of the scholarship recipients at our concert. Our normal honorarium for the musicians goes to the scholarship fund, and any contributions made to our "violin case" in the lobby at that concert also go to the fund.