2017-04-20 / Arts & Entertainment News

Zimmermann’s Café presents new music works, works-in-progress April 30

Zimmermann’s Café Chamber Music will present a concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 30, in the parish hall of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Lake Worth.

Zimmermann’s Café Chamber Music emulates J.S. Bach and the Collegium Musicum he directed in Leipzig, Germany. There, people gathered regularly to perform recent works and discussed them with friends in an informal atmosphere of a local coffeehouse. Now, Zimmermann’s Café presents new works and works-in-progress by South Florida composers Frederico DeSena, Clare Shore, Gregory Stepanich (who also is a Florida Weekly contributor), Timothy Thompson and Donald Waxman.

The evening’s performers are South Floridians Jackie Gillette, clarinet; Dannel Espinoza, tenor saxophone; Jacob DiEdwardo, French horn; Eric Rucker, vibraphone; Eerang Ahn and Carolyn Morgan, piano; Mei Mei Luo, violin; and Susan Moyer Bergeron, cello. The composers will be on hand for a lively discussion with the audience between selections. Light food, wine, coffee and other beverages will be served. Casual attire is encouraged.

Call 586-0532 for additional information on Zimmermann’s Café Chamber Music events or to be added to the email list. ¦

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