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PLEASE NOTE NEW TIMES!    Doors open at 1:30 p.m.   Curtain 2:00 p.m.

Dates, artists and repertoire subject to change




Liza Vroman, voice and Paul Posnak Piano

LISA VROMAN, vocal and PAUL POSNAK, piano
OCTOBER 19,  2014

An extraordinarily versatile singer, Vroman has played Cosette and Fantine in Les Miz on Broadway, spent several years as Christine in Phantom, and has appeared in countless other major Broadway shows, operas and concerts.  Equally versatile in classical and jazz styles, pianist Posnak is known for his boundary-crossing concerts.  The musical partnership of these two should be a great opener for our season!



Zofo Duet

JANUARY 18, 2015

Called “a true artist” by the legendary Mstislav Rostropovich, Kouzov has performed on five continents with orchestras, in solo and duo recitals, and in chamber music performances. He made his New York orchestral debut at Alice Tully Hall in 2005, under the baton of Maestro Raymond Leppard. Since then, he has also given recitals in New York at 92nd Street Y and Bargemusic.  He is currently on the music faculty at University of Illinois.





The Merling Trio

FEBRUARY 8, 2015

This husband and wife flute and guitar duet performed recently for the prestigious Chamber Music in Historic Sites.  Their repertoire is a unique blend of Balkan, Hispanic and classical, ranging from Bach to Piazzolla.  They were the first guitar/flute duo to be honored with a Classical Guitar Magazine cover story. 












Arioso Duet

MARCH 8, 2015

Whether playing classical or jazz selections, Moyer is completely at home.  He engages the audience with his interesting musical biography, and has technical bonuses like a projection of the keyboard, so that everyone in the audience can see his hands.







Peter Sprague String Consort

APRIL 19, 2015

After their smashing success for HCCA in 2013, this group is returning by popular demand with an entirely new program.  Their mixture of superb musicianship with gentle humor is a crowd-pleasing experience for all audiences. They have presented more than 1000 concerts in such countries as Italy, USA, Japan, Greece, Germany, France, Russia, Lebanon and Sweden.
YouTube Video: Italian Saxophone Quartet      








All concerts held at First Southern Baptist Church, 433 S. San Jacinto St., Hemet, 92543

For more information, call 951-658-7319 or email

P.O. Box 2241 | Hemet CA 92546 | 951-927-1775