SPECTRUM CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY PRESENTS
“A SIX-FEET-APART CONCERT”: A LIVESTREAM EVENT
Maurice Ravel: Sonata #2 for Violin and Piano
Qiong Hulsey, violin and Shields-Collins Bray, piano
Oskar Bohme: Sextet for Brass in Eb Minor, Op. 30
Fort Worth Brass—Garrett Lindholm, Cody McClarty and Peter Stammer, trumpets, Reese Farnell, horn, Christian Paarup, trombone and Jarrod Robertson, tuba
Johannes Brahms: Clarinet Trio in A Minor, Op. 114
Ivan Petruzziello, clarinet, Laura Ospina, cello and Shields-Collins Bray, piano
This performance is sponsored by First United Methodist Church of Fort Worth and Mary C. Smith, founder of Clark Educational Services, Inc.
Spectrum goes from “live” to “livestream”! Join us for a special musical event, presented live—without an in-house audience—from First United Methodist Church of Fort Worth. This is our first livestream concert, and we couldn’t be more excited!!
This event will be shared on several livestream platforms:
—The Spectrum Chamber Music Society Facebook page
—The First United Methodist Church of Fort Worth Facebook page
—The livestream page on the FUMCFW website
—FUMCFW’s YouTube page
As the title of the concert suggests, the performers will stand or sit six feet apart from each other. (Fun Fact: There may be one exception to the six-feet rule during the Brahms Trio, which features Ivan and Laura, who are married.) Many other safety measures will be in place behind the scenes at the church, including backstage social distancing, the wearing of masks when not playing instruments and the availability of hand sanitizer and sinks.
Please spread the word about this event. We look forward to this unique opportunity to share our love for chamber music with a much larger audience!