Professor Robert Baldwin will perform as part of the Lindon Chamber Music Society at the Lindon Community Center on Saturday, January 24 at 7:00 pm. The concert, titled "Viola D'Amore," is free, and will feature Baldwin on the viola d'amore in collaboration with Kirsten Gunlogson, Associate Professor of Voice; and, Pamela Palmer Jones, Assistant Professor (Lecturer) of Musicianship.
The program, as its name suggests, will highlight the many facets of this intriguing string instrument.
For more information about the concert and its location, please see the event description on the Lindon Chamber Music Society Website.
And, if you would like to learn more about Baldwin and his passion for this beautiful instrument, please visit this fascinating post from his blog, "Before the Downbeat."
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