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Brucksch and Weiss in recital at Holy Cross Episcopal Church

Published 8:29pm Friday, March 7, 2014

Amy Brucksch, classical guitarist, and Barbara Weiss, harpsichordist, will present the opening recital of the Bach’s Lunch Wednesdays at Noon Lenten Recital Series at Holy Cross Episcopal Church on March 12 at noon.
Formerly on the faculty of the University of Toledo (OH) and Adrian College (MI), Brucksch now resides in Tryon. She performs throughout the Southeast as a soloist and with world-renowned musicians as diverse as Celtic fiddlers, Baroque harpsichordists, classical violinists and African percussionists.
Barbara Weiss has been on the faculty of both Oberlin Conservatory and the Peabody Institute. She has performed at the Boston, San Antonio, and Berkeley Early Music festivals and the Winnipeg Folk Festival. She currently lives in Asheville, N.C.
Musical selections will include the Concerto in D Major for Lute by Antonio Vivaldi and Fanfare de la Caballería de Nápoles by Spanish composer Joaquin Rodrigo.
These 30-minute recitals are at noon on Wednesdays during Lent. Admission is free, and the public is invited to attend. Holy Cross Episcopal Church is located at 150 Melrose Avenue, Tryon. For more information, please call the church office at 828-859-9741.
– article submitted
by Susie Mahnke

 Amy Brucksch, classical guitarist, will perform at Holy Cross Episcopal Church on March 12.  (photo submitted by Susie Mahnke)
Amy Brucksch, classical guitarist, will perform at Holy Cross Episcopal Church on March 12. (photo submitted by Susie Mahnke)

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