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Cherry Hill concert set for Sunday
The second concert of 2010 fall season at Warren County’s historic Cherry Hill will feature violinist Carol Chung and pianist Tyler Wottrich.

They will present a program of music from Roussel, Janacek and Faure beginning at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 7.

Carol Chung is an adjunct instructor of violin at Meredith College. She plays regularly with the North Carolina Symphony and said she delights in performing chamber music.

She has been studying the violin since age 5 and holds both bachelor and master of music degrees in violin performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music.

Wottrich has developed a successful and multi-faceted career as both a soloist and chamber musician.  As a soloist he has appeared with the Minnesota Youth Symphonies playing Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” and been a prizewinner in the Thursday Musical and Mechelke competitions, as well as the PianoArts national competition.

As a collaborative pianist, Wottrich has performed with such artists as flutist Keith Underwood, violinist Yair Kless, members of the African-American choral group Sounds of Blackness, and with Nina Ananiashvili, Bolshoi Ballet prima ballerina and director of the Georgian National Ballet. 

He enrolled in regular collegiate courses at the University of Minnesota at the age of 13 and graduated summa cum laude in May 2009 with degrees in both piano performance and mathematics.

The third concert of the fall series will be on Dec. 5 when pianist Daniel Steinert will join with saxophonist Brian Koser and soprano Pamela Koser to perform a variety of music with seasonal overtones.

Finally, The Oakwood Waits, will perform a cappella seasonal songs in antebellum dress on Dec. 19. This Cherry Hill Christmas tradition is presented free of charge.

Cherry Hill is a beautifully preserved mid-19th Century plantation home located on NC 58 in the Warren County community of Inez. The admission is $10 for adults, $5 for students, and there is no charge for those 12 and under. Tickets will be available at the door.

For more information, visit www.cherryhillconcerts.com

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