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Sunday, April 9, 2017, 2PM – Sarah Geller, classical violinist

Sarah E Geller, Classical violinist and Wenhan Anderson, Pianist, at UMA Jewett Auditorium, Sunday, April 9, 2017, 2PM

University of Maine at Augusta College of Arts and Sciences and UMA Senior College will feature Sarah E Geller on the violin accompanied by pianist Wenhan Anderson on Sunday, April 9, 2017, 2PM at Jewett Hall Auditorium. The Geller-Anderson Violin-Piano Duo returns to the Concerts at Jewett presenting “Northern Reflections” a program inspired by Northern Europe which weaves threads of light and dark through pieces by Grieg, Schumann, Sibelius and Mozart.

Violinist Sarah E Geller, a Maine native, has performed to critical acclaim in many prestigious venues as soloist and collaborative artist and teaches and plays extensively in her hometown of New York City and beyond. She has been described as “a consummate artist perform(ing) with convincing vigor and passion. “ A native of Taiwan, pianist Wenhan Anderson is an active collaborative artist who has performed with numerous chamber ensembles as well as appearing with Sarah E Geller as an established duo.

  • Tickets are $10, students $5, 12 & under free.
  • Tickets are available at Pat’s Pizza in Augusta, Dave’s Appliance in Winthrop and at the door.
  • Call 621-3551, or email for more information or for mail order tickets.
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The next concert is Sunday, May 7, 2017, 2PM – Mas Ikemiya, Pianist both ragtime and classical

UMA Senior College is open to persons fifty years or older and their spouses.  An all-volunteer faculty offers courses on a wide variety of subjects for nominal membership and tuition fees.  Senior College hosts monthly musical programs entitled Concerts at Jewett for moderate admission prices. Forum on the Future produces four programs a year on topics which are both timely and significant for Mainers.  A forum on Elections 2016 was recently presented.  Next year Senior College will host forums on Maine’s economy and transportation for elderly people.