St. Tim's Discovers

 St. Tim's Discovers Series Bringing Classical Music and More to the Community Through the Church. Each performance is free and pen to the public.

 

 

Our 2017-2018 Season

  

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Sunday, February 18, 3:00 PM                                                                                                                                                 


The Zin Quartet (Plus One) – Schumann’s Piano Quintet (#44 in E-flat Major) – "Schumann's opus was composed in 1842. Well known as "extroverted, and exuberant" character, Schumann's piano quintet is considered one of his finest compositions and a major work of nineteenth-century chamber music.[1] Composed for piano and string quartet, the work revolutionized the instrumentation and musical character of the piano quintet and established it as a quintessentially Romantic genre."

 

 

Featuring

  Valrie Kantorski, piano

  Merwin Siu, violin

  Cheryl Trace, violin

  Kalindi Bellach, viola

  Renee Goubeaux, cello

 

 

Sunday, March 18 – An Afternoon of Mellow Jazz – Mark Lemle and Eric Dickey


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Kick-back and de-stress to the smooth sounds of mellow jazz wit Mark Lemle and Eric Dickey. Mark and Eric will be performing compositions from their CD, "Wind, Stone, and Ivory"

 

My Song - by Keith Jarrett

Ashokan's Farewell - by Jay Ungar

Cost of Living - by Michael Brecker

Recordame - by Joe Henderson

A Child is Born - by Thad Jones

Alice in Wonderland - by Sammy Fain and Bob Hilliard

In a Sentimental Mood - by Duke Ellington

Icarus - by Ralph Towner

Stella by Starlight - by Victor Young

Little Sunflower - by Freddie Hubbard

Poinciana - by Nat Simon and Buddy Bernier

We Will Meet Again - by Bill Evans


About the performers:


 

Eric Dickey

 

 

 

Eric Dickey has worked as a classical, jazz, broadway, and church musician, composer, director, producer, arranger, teacher and recording artist, throughout the Midwest and in 13 countries around the world for the last 30 years.
 

 

Born and raised in Northwest Ohio, he received his music education from the Interlochen Arts Academy, Bowling Green State University, and all the instructors, mentors and fellow musicians with whom he has had the honor of making music.
 

 

Eric has performed with the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, the Adrian Symphony Orchestra, the Northwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra and the Perrysburg Symphony Orchestra.  He has also performed with jazz greats and entertainers, including Clark Terry, Al Jarreau, Jon Hendricks, Terence Blanchard, Peter Erskine, Rich Little, and Phyllis Diller.
 

 

Eric has composed over fifty works including choral, jazz, symphony and broadway pieces and can be heard on the following recordings, “Wind, Stone & Ivory” with Mark Lemle, “This Song is You” with Lori LeFevre, “Live and Lovin’ It” and “Everything Old Is New Again” with Ramona Collins, “Green” with Nate Gurley, “Harmoni” with Sarah Magoun, and “Groovin” with the Toledo Jazz Orchestra.
 

 

Currently, Eric serves as music director at Community of Christ Lutheran Church in Whitehouse.  And, as always, Eric continues to be a well loved freelance musician throughout the area.



Mark Lemle

Mark Lemle earned a Bachelor of Music in Music Education degree from the College of Musical Arts at Bowling Green State University. He can be found working as a freelance musician, and also working as the owner/piano technician for his family business, Lemle's Piano Services. Mark's artistry in restoration can be seen and heard in the 1920 Steinway D concert grand piano found within the church space at Our Lady Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Cathedral in Toledo, and the Steinway O grand piano here in the sanctuary of St. Timothy's Episcopal Church in Perrysburg.

 

Performing on soprano, alto, and tenor saxophones, Mark has performed with many groups in the Toledo area including the Toledo Jazz Orchestra, and Toledo Symphony Orchestra, the Adrian Symphony Orchestra, Ramona Collins and Line One, The Mighty Meaty Swing Kings, Glass City All Stars, The Homewreckers and many other groups. Within these groups Mark has also had the opportunity to work with many artists such as Aretha Franklin, Dizzy Gillespie, Joe Williams, Bobby Vinton, The Four Tops, The Temptations, Johnny Mathis, and many others.

 

As a vocalist, Mark is a member of Christ the King Church choirs, the Toledo Diocesan Choir, and has sung in the Toledo Opera Chorus.

 

He can be heard on many recordings, including, "Wind Stone and Ivory" with Eric Dickey, "Groovin" and "Out of Nowhere" with the Toledo Jazz Orchestra, "Everything Old is New Again" with Ramona Collins, "Toledo Christmas" with Tony Parker and many others, and with the Christ the King Church choirs on two of their CDs.






St. Tim’s Discovers is a music series authorized by the vestry of St. Timothy's Episcopal Church. Its goal is to present local soloists and ensembles, particularly young musicians, in the greater Toledo area. The context of St. Tim’s Discovers is the Church with most of the programs reflecting the traditions of Christian worship.




 

The Discovers Board

 

St. Tim's Discovers is governed by a working board of directors who pull together to "grow" the ministry, seek out performing artists, publicize events, provide stage and house management as well as hospitality for concerts (and artists), and raise funds to cover artist honoraria, costs of advertising, copyright permissions, etc. While it's not a "attend one meeting/conference call a year" type of gig, nor is board service noisome or burdensome. If you have a passion for music and using this gift of God to reach into our community, please consider approaching Fr. Jeff, Karen Smith, Bill Davis or Doug Neckers to make further inquiry about board nomination.

 

 

 

 









St.Tim's Discovers, St. Timothy's Episcopal Church

 

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St. Tim's Discovers is a music series authorized by the vestry of St. Timothy's Episcopal Church. Its goal is to present local soloists and ensembles, particularly young musicians in the greater Toledo area. The context of St. Tim's Discovers is the church with most of the programs reflecting the traditions of Christian worship. Please watch the St. Timothy Tidings or the St. Tim's Discovers webpage for announcements.

 

The St. Tim's Discovers Executive Committee: Doug Neckers (chair emeritus), Mary Jane Anderson, Cheryl Babb, Jeff Bunke (acting chair), Ann Corrigan, Bill and Pam Davis, Michael Gartz, Roger Greive, Nancy Lendrim, Doug Mead, Sue Neckers, Joe Sharp and Karen Smith