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Sunday September 15, 2019

Please join us for a beautiful evening of chamber music with Clarinet and String Quartet. The performers are Gunhwan Jung, clarinet; Rachel Saul Schifino, violin; Kiwon Kim, violin; Yuseon Nam, viola; and Aris Doike, cello. All of the string players are members of the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra, and Gunhwan Jung is a superb clarinetist who received his doctorate at B.U. in clarinet performance, who performs frequently at Carnegie Hall.

This is a unique opportunity to enjoy chamber music in a restaurant setting, and is part of Medici's new "Salon" series. Sip a glass of chardonnay or pinot noir during the concert. Talk to the performers afterwards and discuss the merits of Mozart vs. Schiff!

The program includes:

Mozart Clarinet Quintet in A Major
Borrowed Times by David Schiff
1. Les feuilles mortes (Joseph Kosma)

2. The snow is dancing (Claude Debussy

3. It Might as Well be Spring (Richard Rodgers)

4. Variations on "Summertime" (George Gershwin)

Tango No. 5-1/2 for Clarinet and String Quartet by William Ryden

Medici's International Buffet will be served from 5:30-6:30, but will be closed during the concert. Wine, beer, and well drinks will be available at the bar.
Time: 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM   Cover:  $25 for Concert/$20 for Dinner

(we thank Tim Stanton for entering this listing)
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The band has covered plenty of ground in its 35-plus years, from cult-herodom to international stardom, to their current status as a cornerstone alternative band. But the sound and spirit of 10,000 Maniacs remains consistent. The live shows embrace their entire catalogue, and the lineup is still anchored by four of the six original members. Drew and bassist Steven Gustafson cofounded the band in 1981, drummer Jerry Augustyniak came along shortly afterward, and founding guitarist/singer John Lombardo, who’d never completely left the picture, was welcomed back fulltime in 2015. And the two “new” members have long been part of the family: Mary Ramsey toured and recorded with the Maniacs as a viola player and backup singer before stepping into the front woman’s role 24 years ago. And the new guy Jeff Erickson, the lead guitarist for a mere 17 years, came in at the behest of his friend and mentor, the late Rob Buck.

Seating is First Come, First Served
$10 Food or Beverage Minimum Per Person Inside Club
Full Bar & Full Dinner Menu Available

No refunds or exchanges. Please make sure you purchase tickets for the correct date and time. Mahalo!
Time: 06:30  – 10:15   Cover:  45.00-55.00

(we thank Angela Momiyama for entering this listing)

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