Marcia Lotter Concertmistress, Symphony of the Redwood
Make plans for the first Opus Chamber Music of 2014 with featured artist Marcia Lotter, Concertmistress of the Symphony of the Redwoods with a chamber orchestra of ten musicians. They will be performing Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #3, Elgar’s Serenade for Strings and the Mendelssohn Octet in E-flat major, Op. 20.
Marcia Lotter plays Violin. She started playing at the age of 8 in schools. She went to the University of Washington in Seattle. She also got a master’s degree in school psychology at Sacramento State. She began in 1978 with the Santa Rosa Symphony and has played at the Mendocino Music Festival, and has played with the Symphony of the Redwoods in Mendocino. Her favorite music is 20th century classical. She also loves Brahms, Shostakovich, Prokofiev, Poulenc, Khachatruian and Stravinsky. Her hobbies are gardening, reading and traveling. She has published a beautiful photographic guidebook for brides getting married in Mendocino called Your Mendocino Wedding. She is on the board of the Mendocino Music Festival and has a Tuesday night radio program of 20th century classical music on KZYX public radio in Philo. She lives in Gualala and teaches out of her home and in Mendocino.
The date is March 30, 2014 from 3:00 – 4:30 pm at the Presbyterian Church, 367 South Sanderson Way, Fort Bragg, California. General Tickets is $26. For more information call 707-937-0898.