Natalia-Korenchuk---violin-(Russia)
*Natalia Korenchuk, violin (Russia)
Evgeny-Zvonnikov---violin-(Russia)-web
Evgeny Zvonnikov, violin (Russia)
Pedro-Oviedo---viola-(Paraguay)
Pedro Oviedo, viola (Paraguay)
Magdalena-Sas---cello-(Poland)
Magdalena Sas, cello (Poland)
Emmy-Rozanski---trombone-solo-(USA)
*Emmy Rozanski, trombone solo (USA)
Eric Olson, violin (USA)
*Eric Olson, violin (USA)

Third Coast Chamber Collective Festival

Songs of our Home
Program: “Wood Works” Nordic Folk Tunes arranged by the Danish String Quartet
Saturday, August 28 @7:00 PM at Watermark Art Center
Kaul Gallery

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Space is limited, 100 tickets available

For information regarding the Festival and additional performances in our area, visit itascaorchestra.org

This summer, Third Coast Chamber Collective artists from Russia, Poland, Paraguay and the USA come together to explore the beauty of compositions inspired by Scandinavian and Bohemian landscapes and traditional melodies.

Songs of Our Home is a celebration of the rich and diverse heritage of nationalities that immigrated to the Iron Range and whose legacy, culture, and traditions are still deeply rooted in the area.

Third Coast Chamber Collective (TCCC) is a group of emerging musicians from diverse backgrounds, devoted to promoting the transformative power of chamber music. TCCC artists perform internationally and appeared in the world’s most renowned concert halls such as the Carnegie Hall in New York City, Musikverein and Konzerthaus in Vienna, Austria, BOZAR in Brussels, Belgium, Herkulessaal in Munich, Germany, Witold Lutoslawski Concert Studio of the Polish Radio Orchestra in Warsaw, Poland, to mention a few.

*Eric Olson, Violinist and Bemidji State University Professor will be performing with the Collective the evening of August 28 at Watermark. Due to unforeseen circumstances, members Emmy Rozanski and Natalia Korenchuk will not be performing at Watermark.

This event is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Itasca Orchestra & Strings Program and The Loggy Dome.