The Union City Chamber Players are back at Arts at St. John's this Sunday, February 10th at 3 p.m. Featuring violinist Peter Borten, mezzo-soprano Bernadette LaFond and pianist Marina Korsakova-Kreyn
Especially if you're in to "Rach" music.
This may sound like quite a departure from our favorite neighborhood classical music group, The Union City Chamber Players. However, they do have some experience performing this type of music every now and then. Peter Borten, founder of the Union City Players, has been known to blast "Rach" in his car stereo after the kids are dropped off for school in the morning. He likes to crank it!
This is why you must attend the concert this Sunday, February 10th at 3 p.m. Cause man, If you love Rach' or rather Rachmaninoff, you're in for a pre-Valentine's Day treat. Young love at its most dramatic can only be best expressed by a horny teenage boy during the turn-of-the-century.
In the words of Peter Borten
The Young Rachmaninoff
Call me old-fashioned but if my daughter got a letter from a young man, referring to her as his "little psychopath" a restraining order would be on my to-do list. Ahh teenagers!! You gotta love 'em and you gotta bring them to this concert. Other musical compositions include works by Mozart, Gounod, Strauss, Massenet and Faure´. Bring your sweethearts or your sweet self. The donation is $8 and children are free. Wine and scrumptious things will be on hand to eat afterward.