Tutti Solisti to peform at Hayner


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TROY — Tutti Solisti will perform at the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center on Tuesday, March 28 at 7:30 p.m. for the Drawing Room Chamber Series.

Tutti Solisti is an international ensemble including Deborah Netanel on cello, Steven Aldredge on piano and Randall Paul on clarinet.

Deborah Netanel is a cellist, composer arranger and pianist. Her work has an international audience and has been called “haunting” and “serene” by Jeffrey Kurz of the Connecticut “Record Journal.” She holds degrees from the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, Rubin Academy of Music (Jerusalem), Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music.

Steven Aldredge has performed extensively as soloist and collaborator both in the US and abroad. Aldredge performed a series of collaborative concerts in Japan with the principal members of the Vienna Philharmonic and the Bavarian Radio Orchestra (Munich Philharmonic), which were broadcast throughout Asia. He is now Instructor of Music at Wright State University.

Randall Paul is the director of the School of Music at Wright State University as well as a gifted clarinetist in his own right. His performances have taken him as far as the Virgin Islands, Canada, Korea, China and Japan. He is a respected performer, conductor, educator, and scholar with over20 years of professional regional orchestra experience. He served as conductor for the Cincinnati Civic Orchestra, the Miami Valley Junior Winds, the Miami Valley Symphony Orchestra, and guest conducted the Cimmeron Circuit Opera Company with members of the Oklahoma City Philharmonic.

This Drawing Room Concert Series is hosted by Dr. Randall Paul, offering a unique opportunity to experience professional chamber music in an intimate listening room. The concerts take place on the last Tuesday of each month in the school year at 7:30 pm and are free and open to the public with a reception afterward. No tickets or reservations are needed.

For more information regarding these free events and to receive a complete listing of Hayner events, call 339-0457 or visit www.TroyHayner.org.

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