Krasl Art Center (KAC) is thrilled to host musicians from the SMSO for a FREE outdoor concert series!
Every Thursday in August at 4 PM
Presented by the SMSO and Krasl Art Center
Enjoy different musical selections inspired by opera, mythology, pop culture, storytelling, and collaboration.
Bring a lawn chair and picnic basket to this sunny, free series held among beautiful artworks on Krasl Art Center’s campus.
The Oval Lawn of Krasl Art Center
707 Lake Blvd, St Joseph
Bring a lawn chair and picnic basket to this sunny, free series held among beautiful
artworks on Krasl Art Center’s campus. Donations are appreciated and will be given to support the BCF Arts Challenge.
Brook Bennet, cello
Jessie Bennet, violin
Mark Portolese, violin
Sara Churchill, viola
The program will include an afternoon of light classical music with “The Big Three” of classical composers; Mozart, Beethoven, and Haydn. The music will pick up and bring you to your feet with some dance music from Latin and South America.
Brandon LePage, flute
Rachel Miller, harp
Speaking of Latin music, this flute and harp duet will have you dancing all night long with Piazzola’s History of the Tango. This dance-themed program will be fun, inspiring, and get you moving!
Dan Price, trumpet
Renée Vogen, horn
Corey Sansolo, trombone
From Baroque to jazz, this brass trio has a large potpourri of music! Starting with the more traditional works of Corelli and Montiverdi, all the way through catchy tunes from Gershwin, there’s a little bit of everything for everyone!
The Martin Wind Duo - Kassia and Sam Martin
Kassia and Sam Martin’s program explores the connections between music and storytelling. They will play pieces inspired by stories, from mythology, opera, and movies - some of which will include narration along with the music. Pieces include Syrinx by Claude Debussy, The Pied Piper of Harlem by Adolphus Hailstork, and Story Hour by Philip Parker.
Mark your calendars, you do not want to miss these spectacular collaborative and free community events!