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October 22

101st Season Fall Concert

3:30 pm
PVCC Dickinson Building

It’s Fall, so it’s time for The Charlottesville Band to return to PVCC’s Dickinson Theatre for its 101st Season Fall Concert.  Our afternoon show will feature selection of light classical, popular and jazz pieces, as well as Franz Doppler’s Andante and Rondo for Two Flutes, featuring guest soloists Angela Kelly and Christine Steele.

PVCC’s Dickinson Theater is one of Charlottesville’s finest acoustical settings, and one of the Band’s favorites.  Join us — and as always, admission is free!

Angela Kelly
Christine Steele

Flutist Angela Kelly is an international prizewinner, accomplished soloist and orchestral player with an extensive list of credits including performances with The Bach Aria Festival Orchestra, Greenwich Symphony, Virginia Consort, Charlottesville Symphony,  Richmond Symphony, Lawton (OK) Philharmonic, and Musica Antiqua. She released her debut CD “Conversations: The Music of Gary Schocker” on the Azica label. She has served on the performance faculty of The University of Virginia and Mary Baldwin College and has been a performer and clinician at numerous national and international conferences including the National Flute Association and the World Harp Congress. In 2017 Kelly released “The Holly and The Ivy” with her dear friend and colleague, Greg Howard. She is also an award-winning educator who runs the music program at Charlottesville Day School and heads a private studio including more than 30 students in Charlottesville.

Christine Steele is a Charlottesville native, a graduate of James Madison University’s music education program and a life long educator of instrumental music in the community.  She currently teaches music at the Village School for Girls, and runs Spectrum Music Labs Studio.  A lifelong advocate for diverse learners, her students have gone on to earn graduate and post-graduate degrees in music.  Christine performs with The Madison Trio, Sentimental Journey, C’Ville Cinco and is a Life Member of The Charlottesville Band.  In 2023, Christine became the first woman to conduct The Charlottesville Band in its 101-year history. 

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