Concert Schedule

2003-2004 Performance Schedule

 

DATE/TIME PLACE PROGRAM
August 2 , 2003
Saturday
2:30 p.m.
West Branch, IA
Hooverfest

Free
Red Cedar Blues. featuring Blues-Inspired music for flute and guitar
August 16, 2003
Saturday
6 p.m..
Marion, IA
Marion Heritage Center

A fundraiser for the Heritage Center

Tickets $50
(a fund raiser)
Parlor Music from the 19th-century. To celebrate the premiere of Marion Heritage Center's Video. Period costumes encouraged for attendees.
September 26, 2003
Friday
12 noon
Hiawatha, IA
Hiawatha Public Library

free

Chamber Music Now! concert
Inter-generational event. Liz Zelnick, viola (Washington H.S.), Jan Boland, flute, and John Dowdall, guitar.
September 26, 2003
Friday
2:30 pm
Cedar Rapids, IA
Kingston Hill

free

Chamber Music Now! concert
Especially for seniors. Liz Zelnick, viola (Washington H.S.), Jan Boland, flute, and John Dowdall, guitar.
September 27, 2003
Saturday
2 pm
Springville, IA
Springville Public Library

free

Chamber Music Now! concert. Intergenerational event. Liz Zelnick, viola (Washington H.S.), Jan Boland, flute, and John Dowdall, guitar.
September 30, 2003
Tuesday
11 a.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Coe College
D.K. Auditorium

Free.
call 319/399-8521 for information
Gypsy! A concert sponsored by the Dean's office features a preview of a new work by Jerry Owen called Gypsy Inspirations. One hour concert with David Miller, (viola) performing with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
October 1, 2003
Wednesday
7 p.m.
Solon, IA
at the rural church, St. Peters and Paul
1163 Taft Ave NE, Solon

Free-will offering
Tel: 319/644-2394 for directions
Gypsy!
A Rural Outreach concert sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Iowa Arts Council. Gypsy! features music inspired by the Eastern European Gypsy population. Includes a new work by Jerry Owen called Gypsy Inspirations. . David Miller, (viola) performs with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar). Music by Owen, Doppler, Matiegka, and Dvorak.
Commissioning funds awarded by a grant from the Iowa Arts Council.
October 2, 2003
Thursday
9:15-11:30 a.m.

call 319/399-8602
Cedar Rapids, IA
Coe College (1220 First Ave N.E.)
For Thursday Forum
Lecture by composer Jerry Owen and sneak preview of his Gypsy Inspirations, a new trio for flute, viola, guitar.
October 2, 2003
Thursday
7:30 p.m.

Tickets $8 / $4
Call 319/656-3232 .
Kalona, IA
Grout Church in Kalona's Historic Village
Gypsy! A Rural Outreach concert sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Iowa Arts Council. Gypsy! features music inspired by the Eastern European Gypsy population. Includes a new work by Jerry Owen called Gypsy-Inspired. David Miller, (viola) performs with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
Music by Owen, Doppler, Matiegka, and Dvorak.
Commissioning funds awarded by a grant from the Iowa Arts Council.

October 3, 2003
Friday
2 p.m.

Free
Call 319/480-0221 .
Monticello, IA
Monticello Heritage & Cultural Center
Gypsy! An educational event for 4th and 5th grade students. Meet the composer! And hear a concert preview. .
October 3, 2003
Thursday
7:00 p.m.

Tickets $7 / $4
Call 319/480-0221 .
Monticello, IA
Monticello Heritage &Cultural Center
Gypsy! A Rural Outreach concert sponsored by the Iowa Arts Council. Gypsy! features music inspired by the Eastern European Gypsy population. Includes a new work by Jerry Owen called Gypsy Inspirations. David Miller, (viola) performs with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
Music by Owen, Doppler, Matiegka, and Dvorak.

Commissioning funds awarded by a grant from the Iowa Arts Council.
October 4, 2003
Saturday
8 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library
30 16th Ave SW


Tickets $12
Call 319/362-8500

Limited seating. Advance ticket purchase recommended.
Great America Leasing Presents: Gypsy!
Main-Stage Concert Series Event.
Features music inspired by the Eastern European Gypsy population. Features the world-premiere of a new work by Jerry Owen called Gypsy Inspirations. Special guests; The Travelers (Angie Hayes and her dance troupe from Iowa City). Featuring the Red Cedar Trio: David Miller, (viola) performs with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
Music by Owen, Doppler, Matiegka, and Dvorak.

Commissioning funds awarded by a grant from the Iowa Arts Council.
October 16, 2003
Thursday 6:30 p.m.
Tokyo, Japan
U.S. Embassy
Music for a gala event hosted by Deputy Chief of Mission Richard Christenson. Brings together about 120 members of the cultural elite of Japan to commemorate the awarding of an Imperial Decoration by the Emperor to Peter Grilli, President of the Japan Society of Boston and one of America's most prominent experts on Japan.
October 24, 2003
Friday 2 p.m.
Tokyo, Japan
Nishimachi International School
Red Cedar Blues. Music for flute and guitar.A demonstration at a leading International School in Tokyo attended by children grades 2-4 from Embassy Community.
October 26, 2003
Sunday 2 p.m.
Tokyo, Japan
House Concert

Red Cedar Blues. Music for flute and guitar. Private house concert.
November 14, Friday, 5-7 p.m.

Marion IA

Gordon Photography & Gallery
1325 8th Ave, Marion

Incidental Music to celebrate a 10-year collaboration.
December 3, 2003
Wednesday
12 noon
Cedar Rapids IA
Cedar Rapids Museum of Art

Music for Cedar Rapids Youth Leadership
December 4, 2003
Thursday
12 noon
Cedar Rapids IA
St. Andrews Church

Preview of Tesserae by Andrew Simpson. For Cedar Rapids Beethoven Club. Violist Christine Rutledge joins flutist Jan Boland and guitarist John Dowdall.
December 6, 2003
Saturday 7:30 p.m.
Grinnell, IA
Bucksbaum Center for the Fine Arts

For ticket information, call 641-269-4663
Life in the Midwest: Past, Present, & Future. A concert of American Music to complement the new Falconer Gallery Exhibit "Roots of Renewal."
January 21, 2004
Wednesday,
2 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Evergreen Estates

Free
Music for Seniors Event. A concert of American Music. Jan Boland & John Dowdall with Chamber Music Now artist, Catherine Miller.
January 30, 2004
Friday,
10 a.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Bickford Cottage

Free
Music for Seniors Event. A concert of American Music. Jan Boland & John Dowdall with Chamber Music Now artist, Catherine Miller.
January 30, 2004
Friday,
12 noon
Hiawatha, IA
Hiawatha Public Library

Free
Library Concert event. A concert of American Music. With Jan Boland, John Dowdall, and Chamber Music Now artist, Catherine Miller.
January 30, 2004
Friday,
4:15 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Four Oaks Bridge

2100 1st Ave N.E. Free
Educational Event . For the Four Oaks after-school program. The public is welcome! A concert of American Music. With Jan Boland, John Dowdall, and Chamber Music Now artist, Catherine Miller.
Feb 2-13, 2004
Cedar Rapids, IA
2-week residency
Polk Elementary School
for grades K-5

Rome or Bust !
A 2-week residency at Polk Elementary School. Music by Andrew Simpson and Castelnuovo-Tedesco,
February 18, 2004
Wednesday,
9 a.m.
Marion, IA
Marion Chamber of Commerce

Free
Music for Seniors event. A concert of American Music. With Jan Boland & John Dowdall.
March 4, 2004
Thursday,
6:30 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Cedar Rapids Public Library

Free
Library Concert event. Beethoven Club concert. Open to the public. Hummel Serenata #2 Op. 66
featuring Carole Thomas (piano), David Bittleman (cello), John Dowdall (guitar), Beth Hoffman (violin), and Jan Boland (flute).
March 5, 2004
Friday,
7 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Cottage Grove Place

Free
Music for Seniors event. Open to the public. Hummel Serenata #2 Op. 66
featuring Carole Thomas (piano), David Bittleman (cello), John Dowdall (guitar), Beth Hoffman (violin), and Jan Boland (flute).
March 26, 2004
Friday,
2 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Meth-Wick Manor

Free
Music for Seniors event. Open to the public. Hummel Serenata #1 Op. 63
featuring John Dowdall (guitar) and Jan Boland (flute) with Chamber Music Now musicians Emily Broere (piano), Catherine Miller (violin, and Thad Sentman (cello).
March 26, 2004
Friday,
7:30 p.m.
Mt. Vernon, IA
Lisbon Public Library

Free
Library Concerts event. Open to the public. Hummel Serenata #1 Op. 63
featuring John Dowdall (guitar) and Jan Boland (flute) with Chamber Music Now musicians Emily Broere (piano), Catherine Miller (violin, and Thad Sentman (cello).
March 30, 2004
Tuesday,
12 noon
Cedar Rapids, IA
The History Center

Free
Noon-time Concert event. Open to the public. Hummel Serenata #1 Op. 63
featuring John Dowdall (guitar) and Jan Boland (flute) with Chamber Music Now musicians Emily Broere (piano), Catherine Miller (violin, and Thad Sentman (cello).

April 14, 2004
Cedar Rapids, IA


Wednesday
12 noon

Cedar Rapids, Museum of Art




Rome or Bust!
An educational event and concert preview. Music inspired by the museum's exhibit Art in Roman Life: Villa to Grave. Meet composer, Andrew Simpson. With David Miller, (viola) Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
April 14, 2004
Buck Creek, IA
Wednesday
7 p.m.
Buck Creek Methodist Church
(built in 1875)


free-will offering
Call 319/922-2791

Rome or Bust!
A Rural Outreach Concert funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Iowa Arts Council. Music inspired by the museum's exhibit Art in Roman Life: Villa to Grave. Features the preview of a new work, by Andrew Simpson called Tesserae. David Miller, (viola) performs with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
Music by Simpson, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, and Molino.
April 15, 2004
Anamosa, IA
Thursday
2 p.m.
Starlighters Theater





Call 319/462-4793

Rome or Bust!
An educational event for 6th-8th graders in the Anamosa School System.. Features a new work, by Andrew Simpson called Tesserae. David Miller, (viola) performs with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
April 15, 2004
Anamosa, IA
Thursday
7 p.m.
Starlighters Theater




Tickets $8
($4 for students)
Call 319/462-4793

Rome or Bust!
A Rural Outreach Concert funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Iowa Arts Council. Music inspired by the museum's exhibit Art in Roman Life: Villa to Grave. Featuresa preview of a new work, by Andrew Simpson called Tesserae. David Miller, (viola) performs with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
Music by Simpson, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, and Molino.
April 16, 2004
Friday
8 p.m
Cedar Rapids, IA
Cedar Rapids Museum of Art
410 3rd Ave SE


Tickets $12
Call 319/366-7503

Limited seating. Advance ticket purchase recommended.

D.C. Taylor Co. presents
Rome or Bust!

A Main-Stage Concert Series Event.
Music inspired by the museum's exhibit Art in Roman Life: Villa to Grave. Features the world-premiere a new work, by Andrew Simpson called Tesserae. David Miller, (viola) performs with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
Music by Simpson, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, and Molino. Supported in part by the Museum Loan Network and the American Composer's Forum.


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April 17, 2004
Saturday
2 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Cedar Rapids Museum of Art
410 3rd Ave SE


Tickets $10 / $6 students
Call 319/366-7503

Limited seating. Advance ticket purchase recommended.
D.C. Taylor Co. presents
Rome or Bust!

Special event designed for adults and families alike. An abbreviated concert (see description above) accompanied by a gallery tour and Roman munchies. David Miller, (viola) performs with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
Music by Andrew Simpson. Supported in part by the Museum Loan Network and the American Composer's Forum.
April 17, 2004
Saturday
8 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Cedar Rapids Museum of Art
410 3rd Ave SE


Tickets $12
Call 319/366-7503

Limited seating. Advance ticket purchase recommended.
D.C. Taylor Co. presents
Rome or Bust!

A Main-Stage Concert Series Event. See concert description, above.
Music by Simpson, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, and Molino. Supported in part by the Museum Loan Network and the American Composer's Forum.

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April 19, 2004
Monday
5-7 p.m.

Hills, IA
Hills Bank

Hills Bank 100th Anniversary Incidental Music for flute and guitar (Jan Boland and John Dowdall).
April 28, 2004
Wednesday,
12 noon
Cedar Rapids, IA
Cedar Rapids Public Library

Free
Library Concerts event. Open to the public. Hummel Serenata #1 Op. 63
featuring John Dowdall (guitar) and Jan Boland (flute) with Chamber Music Now musicians Emily Broere (piano), Catherine Miller (violin, and Thad Sentman (cello).
May 1, 2004
Marion, IA
3-7 p.m.
Clear Water Farm
Marion, IA





Call 319-377-8028

Kentucky Derby Party !
A Fundraiser for Red Cedar Chamber Music. Dressage demonstrations by prize stallions, auction, Southern Supper, and watch the Derby race on big-screen T.V. Call for an invitation!
May 11, 2004
Tuesday
7:00 p.m

Laramie, WY
The Univeristy of Wyoming

It Isn't Beethoven. Features 19th-century music on period instruments (piano, flute, violin, cello, guitar). Theresa Bogard (fortepiano), John Dowdall (guitar), Jan Boland (flute).
Music by Hummel and Kuhlau
May 22, 2004
Saturday
12 noon

Free
Ely, IA
The Ely Public Library


Music in Libraries concert. Music for viola (Christine Rutledge), flute (Jan Boland) and guitar (John Dowdall).

May 23, 2004
Sunday
3 p.m.

Free
Fairfax, IA
The Fairfax Public Library


Music in Libraries concert. Music for viola (Christine Rutledge), flute (Jan Boland) and guitar (John Dowdall).

June 16, 2004
Wednesday
7:30 p.m.

Tipton, IA
St. Mary's Church
408 Meridian, Tipton, IA


Tickets: $6 / $3
Call 563-886-2325

It Isn't Beethoven A Rural Outreach Concert funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Iowa Arts Council. Features 19th-century music on period instruments (piano, flute, violin, cello, guitar). The centerpiece is fortepianist, Theresa Bogard. Music by Hummel and Kuhlau
June 17, 2004
Thursday
7:00 p.m

Free-will offering
Dyersville, IA
The Basilica of St. Francis
104 3rd St SW, Dyersville, IA


free-will offering
Call 563/875-7325

It Isn't Beethoven A Rural Outreach Concert funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Iowa Arts Council. Features 19th-century music on period instruments (piano, flute, violin, cello, guitar). The centerpiece is fortepianist, Theresa Bogard.
Music by Hummel and Kuhlau
June 18, 2004
Friday
8 p.m.

Iowa City, IA
University of Iowa Museum of Art

Free.
Call 319/335-1727

It Isn't Beethoven Features 19th-century music on period instruments (piano, flute, violin, cello, guitar). The centerpiece is fortepianist, Theresa Bogard.
Music by Hummel and Kuhlau.

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June 19, 2004
Saturday
8 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Westminster Presbyterian Church
1285 3rd Ave SE


Tickets $12
Call 319/377-8061

Advance ticket purchase recommended.
Audrey Linge-Ovel presents:
It Isn't Beethoven
Main-Stage Concert Series Event.
Features 19th-century music on period instruments (piano, flute, violin, cello, guitar). The centerpiece is fortepianist, Theresa Bogard.
Music by Hummel and Kuhlau

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June 26, 2004
Saturday
7 p.m.

Mt Vernon, IA
Ringer Recital Studio in Armstrong Hall,
Cornell College.

Free.

Festival Concert concert. Music for viola (Christine Rutledge), flute (Jan Boland) and guitar (John Dowdall).

June 26-July 2, 2004
One-week Festival
Mt. Vernon, IA
Cornell College
.

To participate as a flute & guitar duo, please call 319-377-8028
Red Cedar Chamber Music Summer Festival.
Free concert by festival participants in Mt. Vernon. Call for scheduled events 319/377-8028.

June 30, 2004
7 p.m.

 


Mt. Vernon, IA
Iron Works Gallery.

Free.
Red Cedar Chamber Music Summer Festival.
Participants present a public concert in a cool space!

July 4, 2004
Sunday
2 p.m.



Marion, IA
Granger House
970 10th St.

Tickets $3/$1
Reservations required

Call 377-6377 or
447-6672

Music from the Civil War Era. Jan Boland, flute and John Dowdall, guitar.

July 6, 2004
Tuesday
7:00 p.m.

Free
Mt Vernon, IA
Cole Public Library

Family Night

Summertime Blues concert. Music for flute (Jan Boland) and guitar (John Dowdall) by Gershwin, Larsen, and others.

July 15, 2004
Thursday
7:30 p.m.

Lisbon, IA
Lisbon Public Library

 

Free.

Home Sweet Home concert. Music from the Civil War era for flute (Jan Boland) and guitar (John Dowdall) by Stephen Foster and others.
July 23, 2004
Friday, 7 p.m.

Tickets: $30

Advance ticket purchase required. Available from the Perfect Blend in Mt. Vernon or by calling 377-8061.
Mt. Vernon, IA
The home of Tommie Ouverson & Marty Christensen


Abbe Creek House ConcertExperience chamber music as it was meant to be heard - in the intimate setting of a turn-of-the-century home. Enjoy a glass of wine and canapes at 7 p.m., followed by a chamber music concert at 8 p.m. Music for viola (Christine Rutledge), flute (Jan Boland) and guitar (John Dowdall). Music includes a sneak preview of a new work in progress which celebrates the anniversary of Anton Dvorak.
July 24, 2004
Saturday
12 noon

Ely, IA
The Ely Public Library

Free.

Music in Libraries concert. Music for viola (Christine Rutledge), flute (Jan Boland) and guitar (John Dowdall).

August 13, 2004
Friday
1 p.m.

Nashville, Tennessee
The National Flute Assoc. Convention


Out of the Ordinary concert. Music for viola (Christine Rutledge), flute (Jan Boland) and guitar (John Dowdall).

Spillville Variations on a Theme by Dvorak

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