Upcoming Concerts

Sunday, January 21, 2018 at 4 p.m.

Mixed Company

Carole Bean, flute; Maude Fish, bassoon; Michelle Lundy, harp


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Come enjoy the unique ensemble of flute, bassoon, and harp!  They are prominent musicians in Metropolitan Washington, D.C. area.


Clair de Lune / Debussy, arr. D. Reiter

16th Century Italian Lute Pieces

Doppler Effect / A. Albert

Night Club Bordello 1900 / A. Piazzolla

Pastorales de Noel / A. Jolivet

Oblivion / A. Piazzolla


About the Performers:

Carole Bean, flute

Carole Bean is the Piccoloist with the National Symphony Orchestra. Before joining the NSO, she performed with the Xalapa Symphony Orchestra in Mexico and the Honolulu Symphony Orchestra. She also performs with the Eclipse Chamber Orchestra, Verge Ensemble, and Fessenden Ensemble. Ms. Bean has presented numerous children’s concert performances as part of the Outreach Program of the NSO. She also has performed with the Grand Teton Music Festival in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, since 1992. A native of Columbus, Ohio, Ms. Bean attended Bowling Green State University and Northwestern University, where she studied with Judith Bentley and Walfrid Kujala, respectively.

Maude Fish, bassoon

Maude Fish, bassoonist, currently performs with the Amadeus Chamber Orchestra, Virginia Chamber Orchestra, Chesapeake Orchestra, Arlington Philharmonic, and the Tysons McLean Orchestra. In prior years, she performed as a core member of the Washington Chamber Symphony (no longer in existence) that held a subscription series at the Terrace Theater in the Kennedy Center. She is co-founder of a woodwind quartet, Ensemble Bambou, that has performed for the Orange County Music Society, and in the DC area. She received her BA in Music from Smith College and a Masters in Bassoon Performance from New England Conservatory. Additionally, Ms. Fish participated in summer music festivals at Blossom – the summer home of the Cleveland Orchestra, the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria, and the Grand Teton Orchestral Festival. She teaches piano and bassoon privately at her home in DC.

Michelle Myers Lundy, harp 

Michelle Myers Lundy is a professional harpist who performs throughout the DC area. She currently serves as principal harpist with the Amadeus Chamber Orchestra, Tysons McLean Orchestra, Arlington Philharmonic, and Maryland Symphony Orchestra. In addition, she has been a featured soloist with the Tysons McLean Orchestra. As an advocate of chamber music, Ms. Lundy performs frequently with her flute, viola and harp trio, Beau Soir Ensemble, which she founded in 2007. Ms. Lundy received her Bachelor of Music degree from Northwestern University in Harp Performance. While at Northwestern, she was a member of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago. Ms. Lundy continued her studies at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor where she received a Master of Music degree.

Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 4 p.m.

Kostov Valkov Duo

Lachezar Kostov, Viktor Valkov, cellist, pianist LAchezar-Studio-di-registrazione1-e1340073689677

Cellist Lachezar Kostov & pianist Viktor Valkov are a power duo who create powerful statements and maintain a high energy level throughout their program. Lachezar is Assistant Principal Cellist with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. A native of Bulgaria, Viktor is a winner of multiple International Competitions.  Welcome to Odeon!

Check them out on this Youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5M7u2YA81bw

Arpeggione Sonata / F. Schubert

Une Latme-Theme and Variations / G. Rossini

Sonata in G major / L. Boccherini

Sonata in A major, op.69 / L. Beethoven

All concerts are held at Saint Patrick’s Episcopal Church (3241 Brush Drive, Falls Church, VA 22042)

Concerts are fully funded by donations.  A donation of $20 helps us to defray costs, and will allow us to continue to provide fine concerts.

Join us for a wine and cheese reception to socialize with music fans and meet the artists.