Rossini Club Event Calendar

Cancelled April 19, 2020 Concert @ Cathedral of St. Luke’s
Apr 19 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Rossini Club’s April 19th concert – Cancelled

UPDATE – Due to the Corona virus pandemic, we will be cancelling this concert to practice social distancing and continue to keep everyone safe. We hope to see you another time at one of our concerts in the future. Be safe and healthy Maine.

Previous schedule for this concert:

Our featured artist will be pianist April Masse,* who will perform Ballade, Op. 6 by Amy Beach

Royal River Chamber Players** will play Johann Christian Bach’s Quintet in F major, Op. 11 as well as two selections by Gabriel Pierné

Mark Rossnagel, pianist, will perform a selection of Rachmaninoff preludes

Soprano Shaunna Lucas, accompanied by Eric Peppe, will perform Adelaide’s Aria from The Enchanted Pig by Jonathan Dove and selections by Puccini and Verdi


**Royal River Chamber Players: Nan White,* flute; Meg Lewis,* viola; Hugh Maynard,* oboe; Ginny Stelk, cello; Tony DeBruyn,* clarinet

April 19th Flyer

Guest Bios for April 19th Program

Royal River Community Players is a non-profit community theater located in Yarmouth, Maine. We were founded in the Fall of 2016 by a group of like-minded theater enthusiasts who decided it was time to have a performance group that wasn’t “just for kids” nor “just for adults”. Our goal is to produce plays and musicals that the whole family can participate in, watch, and enjoy. Royal River Chamber Players Website

The concert takes place Sunday, April 19th, 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).

Enjoy a brief reception after the concert where you can meet our performers.

There are no tickets for the performances. Admission is at the door with a suggested donation of $10 for adults and $5 for seniors. Performances are free to students.

Limited parking is available behind the cathedral, as well as limited street parking (typically off of Park Street).