Anthony Trionfo, flute
Jessica Smithorn, oboe
Jenny Magistrelli, clarinet
Rachael Young, bassoon
Stephanie Blaha, horn
ProMusica’s woodwind musicians weaves together a musical program showcasing the stories and depth of our heritage. From Paquito D’Rivera’s rhythmic Wapango to the colorful harmonies of Valerie Coleman’s Ujoma (the Swahili word for “Unity”), experience the rich musical diversity of our modern time.
Doors open at 6:00 PM, music starts at 7:00 PM.
A full bar and food will be available for purchase. The Sazón Latin American Food Truck will be outside the venue from 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM.
To ensure a safe concert experience, please note the following details regarding your ticket purchase:
Due to current social distancing requirements, seating at Via Vecchia Winery will be arranged in tables of 2 and 4. Ten-top tables will be set to seat only four people to keep physical distance from each other. All tickets are general admission.
The health and safety of our guests, musicians, and staff is our top priority. The following protocols are enforced at this event:
ProMusica Chamber Orchestra reserves the right to ask attendees not complying with health and safety protocols to leave the events.