This project is funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program.
Dieter Hennings, guitar
Paul Vaillancourt, percussion
Works by Mexican composers Juan Trigos and Ricardo Zohn with added Latin American classics from Antonio Lauro and Alirio Díaz
The musical endeavors of Dieter Hennings Yeomans span from new music on guitar to early music for lute, baroque guitar, and theorbo and can be heard on the Nonesuch, Bridge, Parma, Nre Branch, and Innova recording labels. Mr. Hennings has performed with incredible ensembles all over the world and has won first prize in several prestigious competitions.
Mr. Hennings is an active proponent of new music, particularly that of Latin America, having recently worked with composers Mario Davidovsky, Carlos Sanchez-Gutierrez, Juan Trigos and Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon.
Dr. Paul Vaillancourt is a professor of Percussion at Columbus State University’s Schwob School of Music. He has performed with countless, highly acclaimed ensembles ranging from chamber, to orchestral, to jazz.
Dr. Vaillancourt can be heard on four recently released CDs: Uncanny Affable Machines, featuring the solo work Cross Chop for solo drum set by composer Eric Moe (New Focus), SONGTREE, featuring chamber works by composer Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon (Oberlin Music), Stars Stories Song, featuring chamber works by Eastman School of Music faculty composers David Liptak and Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon (Ravello) and The Favrile Opalescence for solo Scottish bagpipes and percussion ensemble by Matthew Welch (Kotekan Records).
Please bring a bottle of wine or non-alcoholic beverage to share.
Half-price tickets are available for students, teachers, frontline workers, veterans, and seniors.