Presented by Austin Chamber Music Center
The Austin Chamber Music Center presents its annual event paying tribute to living composers from across the country. Award-winning pianist Dr. Artina McCain returns this season to curate the program. Special guests will include some of the featured composers. FREE and open to the public!
Ebonee Thomas, flute
Marcus Wilcher, saxophone
Martin McCain, bass trombone
Artina McCain, piano
co-led by Terrance McDaniel & Marcus Wilcher
Artina McCain, curator
Pianist Artina McCain enjoys a career as a pedagogue, solo, and chamber musician nationally and internationally. Most recently, she has appeared with Oregon East Symphony, Memphis Symphony, and the Austin Civic Orchestra. Television appearance include features on CSPAN and a featured leader in the PBS documentary series “Roadtrip Nation: Degree of Impact”. Recent honors include an Outstanding Collegiate Teaching Awards, American Prize Winner, Austin Critics Table Award, and Global Music Award.
She graduated from Southern Methodist University, Cleveland Institute of Music and University of Texas at Austin. Currently, she is Coordinator of Piano Studies at University of Memphis. www.artinamccain.com
Saturday, February 8, 6:00 PM: St. Andrew’s Upper School, Dell Fine Arts Center Black Box Theater
Sunday, February 9, 4:00 PM: George Washington Carver Museum, 1165 Angelina Street
To make special arrangements for your course, contact:
Madeline Warner, Patron Relations
For more information, visit the Austin Chamber Music Center website.
Date and Time
George Washington Carver Museum, Cultural and Genealogy Center 1165 Angelina Street Austin Texas 78702