The Summerville Orchestra 2013-2014 season is almost here with the musicians in rehearsal the opening night concert, “There’s No Place Like Home,” with Sarah Teuscher, principal oboist, in her solo debut with the orchestra playing Vaughan Williams Oboe Concerto.
There are three ways to purchase season tickets:
• Call the orchestra office at 873-5339 and charge through us online;
• Go online at www.summervilleorchestra.com and charge through PayPal. (You don't have to be a PayPal member to use this service)
• Buy at the door the night of the concert.
For a list of all the concerts including the pieces, dates and times, visit www.summervilleorchestra.com.
Two series are planned:
• Thursday nights at Northwood Baptist Church in North Charleston
• Fridays at Summerville Baptist Church.
Tickets are good for either series. If you can't make it to one, just come to the other one and show your original tickets. The performances are preceded by Jan Coldwell's entertaining and educational Pre-Concert Talks at 6:30 p.m.
“We do our best to keep the cost of attending our concerts as low as possible,” said orchestra executive director Naomi Nimmo. “For this season the prices remain the same as last year.”
Season tickets are  $35 for the 4-concert series. The cost if paid per concert is $10.
Anyone under 18, is admitted free of charge. Those in wheelchairs or with walkers who don't need regular seats are also admitted free.
“There’s No Place Like Home” presents Sarah Teuscher, and oboist who has lived in the Charleston area for 6 years. In that time she has developed and maintained a productive performance and teaching schedule. She has been a member of the Summerville Community Orchestra since the 2007-08 season as Principal Oboe performing great works such as Peter & The Wolf, Scheherazade and Pictures at an Exhibition with the orchestra. Ms. Teuscher also regularly substitutes with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra in the Oboe III/English Horn position on an as needed basis.  Most recently, you may have seen Ms. Teuscher playing around the Summerville area this summer as a founding member of Presa, a wind chamber group with other members of the SCO.
Ms. Teuscher holds a Masters degree in Oboe Performance from Louisiana State University where she studied with Mr. James Ryon, and a Bachelors degree in Music from James Madison University where she studied with Dr. Michele Kirkdorffer. Ms. Teuscher has also received coaching in masterclasses from Sarah Bloom, Alan Vogel, Bo Newsome and Mark Ostoich.
Performing the Vaughan Williams Oboe Concerto with the SCO will be Ms. Teuscher's first solo concerto with an orchestra, and she could not be more excited to present this lovely piece to you.
As always, please don't hesitate to contact Charlotte or me at the office, (843) 873-5339 or email us at office@summervilleorchestra, if you have any questions or comments.
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  • Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Oboist Sarah Teuscher

 
 
The Summerville Orchestra 2013-2014 season is almost here with the musicians in rehearsal the opening night concert, “There’s No Place Like Home,” with Sarah Teuscher, principal oboist, in her solo debut with the orchestra playing Vaughan Williams Oboe Concerto.
There are three ways to purchase season tickets:
• Call the orchestra office at 873-5339 and charge through us online;
• Go online at www.summervilleorchestra.com and charge through PayPal. (You don't have to be a PayPal member to use this service)
• Buy at the door the night of the concert.
For a list of all the concerts including the pieces, dates and times, visit www.summervilleorchestra.com.
Two series are planned:
• Thursday nights at Northwood Baptist Church in North Charleston
• Fridays at Summerville Baptist Church.
Tickets are good for either series. If you can't make it to one, just come to the other one and show your original tickets. The performances are preceded by Jan Coldwell's entertaining and educational Pre-Concert Talks at 6:30 p.m.
“We do our best to keep the cost of attending our concerts as low as possible,” said orchestra executive director Naomi Nimmo. “For this season the prices remain the same as last year.”
Season tickets are  $35 for the 4-concert series. The cost if paid per concert is $10.
Anyone under 18, is admitted free of charge. Those in wheelchairs or with walkers who don't need regular seats are also admitted free.
“There’s No Place Like Home” presents Sarah Teuscher, and oboist who has lived in the Charleston area for 6 years. In that time she has developed and maintained a productive performance and teaching schedule. She has been a member of the Summerville Community Orchestra since the 2007-08 season as Principal Oboe performing great works such as Peter & The Wolf, Scheherazade and Pictures at an Exhibition with the orchestra. Ms. Teuscher also regularly substitutes with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra in the Oboe III/English Horn position on an as needed basis.  Most recently, you may have seen Ms. Teuscher playing around the Summerville area this summer as a founding member of Presa, a wind chamber group with other members of the SCO.
Ms. Teuscher holds a Masters degree in Oboe Performance from Louisiana State University where she studied with Mr. James Ryon, and a Bachelors degree in Music from James Madison University where she studied with Dr. Michele Kirkdorffer. Ms. Teuscher has also received coaching in masterclasses from Sarah Bloom, Alan Vogel, Bo Newsome and Mark Ostoich.
Performing the Vaughan Williams Oboe Concerto with the SCO will be Ms. Teuscher's first solo concerto with an orchestra, and she could not be more excited to present this lovely piece to you.
As always, please don't hesitate to contact Charlotte or me at the office, (843) 873-5339 or email us at office@summervilleorchestra, if you have any questions or comments.

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