Appalachian Wind Quintet to Perform Concert in Waynesboro


WAYNESBORO- The Appalachian Wind Quintet, a nationally acclaimed woodwind chamber ensemble, will perform a free concert in the sanctuary of Christ UMC in Waynesboro on Sunday, Oct. 22, at 3 p.m.

The quintet, based in Hagerstown, Maryland, is known for its superb musicianship, innovative programming, and highest professional caliber. The group has performed a great variety of concerts in the Mid-Atlantic region and is dedicated to presenting woodwind quintet literature from its earliest beginnings in the classical period to the present time.

Each of the quintet’s members has a rich knowledge of musical styles and vast experience with orchestral and chamber music repertoire. The group’s flutist is Barbara Spicher, its oboist is Ed Stanley, its clarinetist is Rick Mogensen, its bassoonist is Scott Cassada, and its French horn player is Stephen Pastena.

The concert is free and open to the public.

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