Kaleidoscope Concerts

The Kaleidoscope Concert Series...

features an outstanding array of music presented by the distinguished Fine Arts faculty and guest artists.

All Kaleidoscope Concerts are Free and open to the Public!

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The Fine Arts Association Community Chorus

Community Choir

The Fine Arts Association Community Chorus performs Mozart's “Coronation Mass,” “Te Deum” by Haydn, for Marie Theresa and “The Heavens are Telling” from the “Creation” by Haydn  Connor Marrott, Boy Soprano also sings "Pie Jesu" by Andrew Lloyd Webber.


Sunday, March 5, 2017 at 4:00 pm
Painesville United Methodist Church
71 N. Park Place, Painesville, OH   44077

If you wish to join the chorus, contact Phyllis Speirs at (440) 853-8670 or at mezzo1940@att.net

Phyllis Speirs, Conductor
Marcia Snavely, Organist
Bonnie Budziak, Rehearsal Accompanist
Celeste DiCillo, Soprano, Lauren Wright, Mezzo-Soprano
Mathew Jones, Tenor, Bob Godfrey, Bass
Chuck Baker, Clarinet; Constance Edwards, Bassoon;
Judith Elias, Flute; Dr. Matthew Saunders, Trombone;
Joel Tyrrell, Trumpet; Robert Weppler, Timpani

Classic Desserts

Woodwind Quintet

Sunday, May 21, 2017 at 3:00 pm
Main Gallery at The Fine Arts Association

FREE Admission and Dessert Buffet

Enjoy the sweetness of beautiful music and delectable desserts brought to you by The Fine Arts Association Woodwind Quintet. Concert performers include (pictured l. to r.) Chris Rapier, horn; Lisa Wilson, oboe; Charles S. Baker, clarinet; Judith Elias, flute; Marjorie Rutherford, bassoon; guest pianist, Bonnie Budziak and mezzo soprano Phyllis Speirs.

The Fine Arts Woodwind Quintet, with Judith Elias, flute: Lisa Wilson, oboe: Charles S. Baker, clarinet: Christopher Rapier, horn: and Marjory Rutherford, bassoon will perform “Pastorale” by American composer, Amy Beach; Ponchielli’s familiar “Dance of the Hours;” Rossini’s overture to “The Barber of Seville,” arranged by Will Holcombe; and Ralph Vaughan Williams’ “English Folk Song Suite,” arranged for woodwind quintet by Lin Yizhi Ernest.

The program also includes mezzo soprano Phyllis Speirs and pianist Bonnie Budziak performing Pietro Mascagni’s beautiful “Ave Maria” from the opera, “Cavalleria Rusticana,.”  and The Fine Arts Woodwind Quintet with Ms. Speirs performing “Liebst du um Schoenheit” from Gustav Mahler’s “Five Rueckert Songs,” arranged for mezzo soprano and woodwind quintet by Zeke Hecker.  The concert concludes with Ms. Speirs, Ms. Budziak and the woodwind quintet performing, “Voi che sapete” from “The Marriage of Figaro” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

The concert is free and open to the public and is perfect for the entire family.  Desserts, provided by the performers will be served during intermission.

The Fine Arts Association is located at 38660 Mentor Avenue, Willoughby, Ohio 44094.

FAA Coffeehouse Series

Enjoy these free concerts – an eclectic mix of musicians and music for all ages!

You may also wish to review our Theater Performances and Special Events.