November 3, 2019 @ 2:30PM — 4:00PM
The second annual autumn concert in our "On the Prairie" music series features Mount Vernon Music.
Mount Vernon Music, clarinetist Daryl Coad, violinist Mark Miller and violist Ute Miller present a program of trios and duets, including the narrated multi-media story Beagles’ Day Out, with music by award winning composer Benedikt Brydern and illustrations and verse by Rose Roeder.
The afternoon concert will feature classical chamber music of the last 100 years. Styles range from Romantic to obvious jazz influences, and one piece of Klezmer music.
Daryl Coad is an active performer and teacher in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. He frequently performs with the Fort Worth Symphony and has been on the faculty of the University of North Texas since 1999.
Besides serving as concertmaster of the East Texas Symphony Orchestra, violinist Mark Miller performs with the Fort Worth Symphony and other North Texas ensembles. He is founder and president of Mount Vernon Music, a membership-based nonprofit bringing outstanding performances of chamber music to underserved audiences in East Texas, with an emphasis on outreach to school children in rural communities.
Ute Miller is the principal violinist of the East Texas Symphony, performs frequently with the Dallas and Fort Forth Symphony Orchestras and has appeared as soloist with the East Texas Symphony Orchestra.
General admission tickets $35 per person.
Doors open at 2:15. Concert from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Tickets available for purchase at the door.
All proceeds benefit the Frankford Preservation Foundation.
To learn about our mission, visit our website at www.frankfordpreservationfoundation.org