Connecticut's Own: Music for Spring with Oboe and Piano at Wilton Library on June 4

Please join us for another Sunday afternoon of chamber music in our Connecticut's Own series on Sunday, June 4 at 4pm.
Wilton residents Ralph Kirmser (oboe) and Kyong Hee Cho (piano) will perform Romances for Oboe and Piano by Robert and Clara Schumann as well as solo piano works by Franz Schubert and Frederick Chopin.
Ralph Kirmser has been oboist for the Madera Winds Quintet for five years. Prior to that, he was oboist for the Prevailing Winds of Connecticut and Morningside Wind Quintet of New York City. Dr. Kirmser is a cardiologist and practices in Norwalk. He is a resident of Wilton and has lived there with his wife Sally and their three children for over 40 years.
Kyong Hee Cho began her piano career in Korea at the age of four. She attended the Manhattan School of Music as a merit scholar where she earned a BA and MA degree in piano performance. Kyong Hee has performed numerous solo concerts to benefit international medical and disaster relief. She teaches piano at her studio in Wilton.
No charge. Registration strongly suggestedRegister & see details.


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