Deep Tones

Latin Dances & French Comedies

classical winds


Aug. 18


Deep Tones, a woodwind ensemble plus piano, makes its debut at the Piedmont Center for the Arts with Latin Dances and French Comedies, a juxtaposition of soulful Latin groove with French wit and nostalgia.

Their inaugural concert will be on Sunday, August 18, at 3 p.m., and includes Arturo Rodriguez on flute, Marcus Phillips on oboe, Medina, clarinet, Cathleen Torres, horn, Kika Wright, bassoon, and guest artist Allison Lovejoy on piano.

The program will be: the woodwind quintet music of Medaglia’s Suite Popular Brasileira, Astor Piazzolla’s Liber Tango arranged by Jeffery Scott; selections from Darius Milhaud’s La Chemineé Du Roi Rene, selections from Paquito D’Rivera’s Aires Tropicales for Woodwind Quintet. and Poulenc’s Sextour for Piano and Wind Quintet joined by pianist Allison Lovejoy.

Come meet the artists at the free reception following the concert.

Deep Tones aims to reinvigorate the classical music scene by showcasing wind chamber music on the main stage. Deep Tones performs music from the woodwind duo, trio, quartet and quintet music repertoire ranging from traditional favorites to lesser known quintet music to newly commissioned work from underrepresented composers. Its musicians are outstanding young performers inspired by their shared commitment to connecting with a diverse group of listeners, creating opportunities for underrepresented composers and their love of chamber music.

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General admission is $20 (purchased online or at the door), $10 for students, seniors and kids under 13 years of age.

Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets and At the Door.