ProMusica concert this Sunday
NEW ULM — ProMusica Minnesota returns to live performances with Bach, Debussy, and Brahms on Sunday, March 7, at 6:30 p.m. in St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, New Ulm.
The concert features ProMusica Minnesota’s Artistic Director, pianist Bethel Balge, Associate Principal Cello for the Minnesota Orchestra, Silver Ainomäe, and Principal Clarinet for the Minnesota Orchestra, Gabriel Campos Zamora.
The trio was introduced this past fall in ProMusica Minnesota’s Fall Virtual Concert and its subsequent Virtual Vignettes series. The concert will begin with Ainomäe performing the solo Cello Suite No. 6, in D Major by Johann Sebastian Bach. Next, Balge and Zamora will perform the lively duet Premiere Rhapsodie by Claude Debussy. Finally, the trio will reprise Johannes Brahms’ A Minor Clarinet Trio from the Fall Virtual Concert.
ProMusica Minnesota is committed to providing a safe and comfortable concertgoing experience for our patrons according to Minnesota Department of Health guidelines. Seating is limited, social distancing and masking will be required throughout the performance, and disposable masks will be available if needed. Paper contact will be minimized as well. The hour-long concert will be performed without an intermission. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $5 for students. Purchasing tickets online at promusicamn.com is preferred to reduce paper contact, but remaining tickets will be available for purchase before the concert.
This concert is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.