The Library Foundation will host the family-friendly chamber music series, “Noon Notes at the Library” on July 1 with a return of pianist Stefan Stern, joined by cellist Michael Reynolds and tenor Russell Milburn. Stefan has been playing piano since he was five years old, studying in Germany. He has competed in national-level competitions in Germany, earned a Master’s Degree in piano instruction, teaches privately, composes, and performs regularly. Michael has been the cellist of the world-renowned Muir String Quartet since its inception in 1979. As a member of the Muir Quartet and as soloist and chamber musician, he has performed nearly 2,000 concerts throughout North America, Europe and the Far East. Michael is the founder of Classics for Kids Foundation and has taught at Boston University’s College of Fine Arts since 1983. Russell is an active performer, conductor, and teacher with a formal music education that began in Bozeman and ended in Europe. He is currently the conductor of the Bozeman Symphonic Choir.
These chamber music performers get out of the concert hall for a dressed down, kid-friendly experience. The public is invited to explore music that is original, exciting, and most of all, fun at these free concerts. Please contact Paula at 582-2426 or Dr. Julia Cory at 512-497-1916 with questions.