This month, our featured guest artist will be Timothy Burris. Burris will perform classical guitar music of nineteenth century Spanish composers, including Francisco Tárrega. Mary Johnston Letellier, soprano, and Kathleen Scott, piano will perform Bellini’s Casta diva. Cellist Hugh Judge and pianist James Wesley Nga* will play Léon Boëllmann’s Sonata for Cello and Piano. Soprano Margaret Vishneau and pianist Lynn Lennox* will perform songs by Giordano, Mozart, and Modugno
The concert takes place Sunday, May 20 at 3:00 p.m. at the Cathedral Church of St. Luke, 143 State Street, Portland. Suggested donation $10/5 seniors (students are admitted free of charge). And enjoy a brief reception after the concert where you can meet our performers. Click here for the May 20th flyer.
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Also, you can purchase CDs (or downloadable music files) of Richard Roberts playing some of his favorite pieces by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin and Rachmaninoff. They are available for purchase on this website – under the Donate/CDs tab.
The Portland Rossini Club is a group of Maine musicians that presents a monthly concert series of classical music in Portland, Maine. The club also runs a competitive music scholarship program.
Prospective performing members are chosen by audition and include professional performers, music teachers and skilled amateurs. An elected Board of Directors runs the Portland Rossini Club. Many members perform regularly throughout the region. To find out how to join or for any other questions, visit our contact page.
The scholarship competition will be held on June 2 for college music majors in three categories – instrumental, piano and vocal.
Please donate to the Scholarship Fund to help budding musicians pursue their dreams! Also, purchase of Richard Roberts' music will benefit the Rossini...
Join us for our Winter/Spring 2018 season! All of our concerts are followed by a reception where you can meet the artists.