This groupmuse happened on Saturday, February 4, at 7:30 PM.

Sat, February 4, 2017, 7:30 PM

Kensington, CA

A groupmuse is a live classical music house party-concert.

It's casual, friendly, and intimate. Anyone can host one, and anyone can come.

30 spots total
at this groupmuse

$10+

Minimum payment
to musicians
$3 reservation fee
Drinks
Bring your
own drinks

Host

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Connie Philipp
27th-time host

Enjoy chamber music with Ian Scarfe.


Music

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Vinifera Trio

mixed trio (violin/viola, clarinet, piano)

Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 30 in E Major, Op. 109
Maurice Ravel - Le Tombeau de Couperin


Attendees

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Edward Opton

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Karina Epperlein

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Ed Oswalt

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Patrick Dunn

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Russell Ward

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Averie Cohen

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Jack Culpepper


Location



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Connie Philipp, over 1 year ago

Come hear Ian Scarfe, pianist, play Beethoven and Ravel. BYOB if you want to drink, as well as snacks, if you want to eat! Music starts at 8pm - get here at 7:30.



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Connie Philipp, over 1 year ago

Thanks everyone for coming to hear Ian last night. And a special welcome to first-time groupmusers! You all were such an appreciative audience! Hope to see you at more groupmuse concerts.
Connie



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Ian Scarfe, over 1 year ago

Very nice to meet you all! If anyone is curious about upcoming events, keep an eye on my website www.ianscarfe.com.
If you want to know more about the Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival, visit www.TrinityAlpsCMF.org.
And of course, search around on YouTube for other good music, or some videos about the Trinity Alps experience.



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Karina Epperlein, over 1 year ago

Thank you Connie, for hosting a wonderful evening. And thank you Ian for the introductions to the pieces you played, the late Beethoven sonata was sublime!



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Russell Ward, uploaded over 1 year ago:

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Russell Ward, over 1 year ago

This was a wonderful experience. I have just finished listening to Schnabel's version of the Beethoven sonata and appreciate it so much more because of Ian Scarfe's generous and lucid discussion of it. I appreciated the observations of fellow guests too. Thanks so much Connie and Ian. We are so pleased Ian will be playing at ours on Feb 25th.