Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Timeless Concerts Highlights Composer Arthur Foote

A casual outdoor performance by Timeless Concerts will be hosted by Richard and Delores Pell at their Arlington/DWG residence Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012. Proceeds will benefit Timeless Concerts. The event, highlighting American composer Arthur Foote, begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $50 per person.

If you love the romantic, rich harmony of music by Brahms but are not familiar with American composer Arthur Foote, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by this composer, (1853-1937) often referred to as “the American Brahms. Foote was born near Boston, and received the first master of arts degree awarded by an American university from Harvard.

Timeless Concerts musicians will perform Foote's 1st Piano Trio (pianist Robert Smith, violinist LeeAnne Chenoweth and cellist Karen Maddox Smith). Also on the program, the works of everyone’s favorite American composers from George Gershwin to Oscar Hammerstein, movie themes and more!” The musicians will be accompanied by baritone David Robinson and soprano Sabrina Romero on some of the most beloved American songs.

A preview of Timeless Concerts' upcoming selections for 2013 will also be presented. Post-concert pianist, Erik Barnes, will provide more music from the “American songbook” for dancing, or just listening while enjoying your favorite beverage…make your request!

Tickets: Timeless Concerts requests a $50 tax deductible donation per person for admittance. Please make reservations; call 817-303-4189 or E-mail:

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