2018 PARLOR CONCERT SERIES
Local Music in an Intimate Setting

Kossler Duo
An Evening of Classical Guitar
May 20, 4 to 6 pm

Brothers Adam and John Kossler have established themselves individually as soloists, chamber musicians, and educators. John Kossler holds a BA from Wake Forest University where he studied with Patricia Dixon on a Presidential Scholarship. He also holds both Guitar Performance and Musical Arts MM degrees from Yale University where he studied on a full scholarship with Ben Verdery. Adam Kossler holds a BM from East Carolina University where he studied with Dr. Elliot Frank, an MM in Guitar Performance from Appalachian State University with Dr. Douglas James, and a DMA in Guitar Performance from Florida State University where he studied with Bruce Holzman.  

 

As the Kossler Duo, John and Adam have performed for series including the
Auburn Guitar Society Concert Series (Auburn, AL), East Carolina Summer Guitar Workshop (Greenville. NC), The Aguado Guitar Series (Washington, DC), and a number of other venues around the US.​

We thank Becky Tobin for offering her home at 316 North Cameron Street for this evening of classical guitar. Tickets are available via the PayPal link below or by exact cash or check at the Hillsborough Arts Council Gallery and Gift Shop, 102 N. Churton Street. Tickets are $20 in advance and $22 at the door, if available. A reception is included in the ticket price. Doors open at 3:30 pm. We will have a list of all ticket holders at the door, no stubs or receipts are required for entry. 

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Armand Lenchek & Friends
Sunday, March 25, 4 to 6 pm

Join us for the first parlor concert of the year featuring Armand Lenchek on lead vocals and guitar, Carter Minor on harmonica and vocals and F.J. Ventre on vocals and bass.

 

Touring and playing for many years, Hillsborough guitarist, Armand Lencheck brings years of experience and loads of talent to the stage with his high energy blues and R&B. After a nearly two-decade apprenticeship playing behind the likes of Skeeter Brandon, Walter “Lightnin’ Bug” Rhodes and Nappy Brown, Armand assumed the role of bandleader with a vengeance on his solo debut, "Everything I Need." 

 

Although he can shred with the best of them, Lenchek has mastered one of the most difficult skills in any guitarist ’s repertoire: restraint. He plays every note he needs to and not a note more. Sometimes that’s a blistering fury, sometimes it’s a laid-back shuffle, every time it’s just what the song calls for.

 

Hurry to secure your tickets now to experience a wonderful musical afternoon at the home of Diff and Bill Whitmore in historic downtown Hillsborough, 125 W. Queen Street. 

 

Tickets are available via the PayPal link below or by exact cash or check at the Hillsborough Arts Council Gallery and Gift Shop, 102 N. Churton Street. Tickets are $18 in advance and $20 at the door, if available. A reception is included in the ticket price. 

 

Doors open at 3:30 pm. We will have a list of all ticket holders at the door, no stubs or receipts are required for entry. 

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Past Parlor Concerts

For more information or questions, contact programs@hillsboroughartscouncil.org.

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