Colloquial Winds, a woodwind quintet, along with violinists Michael Shingo-Crawford and Phillip Watts will present a Chamber Music Program at Grace Lutheran Church, Mather Avenue at West Chester Pike, Broomall, Pennsylvania on Sunday, April 14 at 3 pm.
Featured on the program will be woodwind quintets of Franz Danzi, Claude-Paul Taffanel and Michael Singo-Crawford, as well as the Double Violin Concerto by Johann Sebastian Bach.
Colloquial Winds was founded in 2018 in Philadelphia. Its members are students of Temple University with a commitment to the cultivation and performance of standard works as well as new music. They recently performed at the Skidmore Wind and Brass Festival and had an opportunity to work with members of Windscape, the resident woodwind quintet at the Manhattan School of Music.
Michael Shingo-Crawford, composer and award-winning violinist whose woodwind quintet will be featured, will play the Bach Double Violin Concerto with Phillip Watts, who regularly plays in local orchestras and is a member of the Shrewsbury String Quartet.
The concert is free to the public. Light refreshments will be served following the Program for those wishing to stay and meet these accomplished musicians.
This concert is made possible by the generosity of the Dorschu family in memory of Karl Dorschu