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From the desk of Drostan Hall, Music Director:

March 20, 2014

Dear Friend of Camerata Chicago,

Join us for a Spring benefit concert of classical music on April 5th!

Music will include the fabulous Leclair violin duos and a selection of famous piano music.

Prize-winning 15 year old pianist Emily Frederick will delight you with a selection of the greatest piano pieces, including a Polonaise by Chopin. Emily is the first recipient of our Rising Star series.

The concert will also feature violin duos with Mathias Tacke, who played with the world-famous Vermeer String Quartet, and Drostan Hall, who toured the world as a violinist before becoming a conductor.

The concert is $50 per person, accompanied by hors d'oeuvres & champagne.

To book your tickets send an email to Jeff Wieneke or call him at the Lake Barrington Shores Golf Club (map) on 847-382-4240 x 12. For further information, see below.

Thank you very much indeed for subscribing and for joining us for the April 5th Spring Benefit Concert.

Yours sincerely,

Drostan Hall
Music Director

Emily Frederick, piano Emily Frederick,
Mathias Tacke, violin Mathias Tacke,
Drostan Hall, Violin Drostan Hall,

Camerata Chicago
April 5, 2014



A limited number of tickets are available for this event.
This benefit concert will help fund the Rising Star Series, for which Emily Frederick is the first recipient in 2015.

Advance: $50 per person if bought in advance.
At the door: $60
12 and under: free when accompanied by an adult

To book your tickets send an email to Jeff Wieneke at the
Lake Barrington Shores Golf Club (map)
or call him on 847-382-4240 x 12.


The Lake Barrington Shores recreation center will open its doors
on April 5th for the reception at 6pm.
The concert commences at 7pm in the fireside room.

The reception is provided by Jeffrey Wieneke, who is the Food and Beverage Director of Lake Barrington Shores Golf Club Restaurant.

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