May 3, 2013

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Concord Baptist Church


7025 East Brainerd Road, City of Chattanooga, Tennessee 37421

(423) 892-9313

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    Evelyn Petcher, violinist; Joshua Coleman, pianist; John Burton, trumpeter; and Tim Hinck, pianist--all present and former winners of  scholarships from the Chattanooga Music Club-- will perform in concert Sunday, at 2:00 p.m., on May 19, 2013, at the Concord Baptist Church, 7025 E. Brainerd Road.  Assisting will be Charlynne Fry, organist.

    Ms. Petcher, a 2006 winner, is a resident of Baltimore.  Formerly a member of both the Annapolis and New World Symphony Orchestra, she teaches violin and promotes the Baltimore Symphony’s outreach program.  She holds music degrees from Covenant College and the Peabody Institute of John Hopkins University.

    Coleman, a 2013 winner, is currently a Provost Scholar and a pre-med student at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.  He continues his piano studies at UTC with Dr. Sin-Hsing Tsai.

    Burton, a 2013 winner, while still a junior in high school, was selected to play for the radio program “From the Top,” performing as trumpet soloist for the NPR 250 station network.  He currently is the principal trumpet with the CSO Senior Youth Orchestra, and will continue his study of music at Baylor University this fall.

    Hinck, a 1999 winner, is known both as a pianist and a composer.  His works have been performed in Europe as well as in the U.S.  The ensemble “Dischord” and the piano trio “Tresillo” have showcased his music locally.  He teaches at the Cadek Conservatory.

    Ms. Fry teaches piano and voice, and is a member of the Chattanooga and Tennessee Music Teachers Associations.

    The program will include Puccini’s Nessun from Turandot and Debussy Preludes as well as music by Schubert, Toch, and Michael Buble’.  The concert is open to the public and free of charge.

    May 3, 2013