Concert Schedule

2004-2005 Performance Schedule

DATE/TIME PLACE PROGRAM
July 4, 2004
Sunday
10:30 a.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Westminster Presb. Church

Free
Selections by Stephen Foster. Boland-Dowdall Duo
July 4, 2004
Sunday
2 p.m.
Marion, IA
Granger House

Home Sweet Home. House concert for Freedom Festival. In period costumes and on period instruments. Jan Boland, flute; John Dowdall, guitar. Music from the Civil War era.
July 6, 2004
Tuesday
7 p.m.
Mt. Vernon, IA
Cole Library

Free
Summertime Blues
A family concert at the Cole Public Library. The Boland-Dowdall Duo plays blues-inspired classical music.
July 15, 2004
Thursday
7:30 p.m.
Lisbon, IA
Heritage Hall

Free
Home Sweet Home Jan Boland, flute; John Dowdall guitar. In period costumes and on period instruments. Music from the Civil War era.
July 23, 2004
Friday, 7 p.m.

Tickets: $30

Mt. Vernon, IA
The home of Tommie Ouverson & Marty Christensen


Abbe Creek House Concert. Experience 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 7, 2004
Saturday
10:30 a.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Kingston Hill

free

Music for Seniors concert.
Music for flute, viola and guitar. Boland, Dowdall and Rutledge.
August 7, 2004
Saturday
2 pm
Cedar Rapids, IA
Meth-Wick Manor

free

Music for Seniors concert.
Music for flute, viola and guitar. Boland, Dowdall and Rutledge.
August 13, 2004
Friday
1 pm
Nashville, TN
for the National Flute Association

Convention registration required.

Out of the Ordinary concert. By special invitation, music for flute, viola, and guitar perform on an afternoon concert at the National Flure Association Convention. Celebrates the centennial of Anton Dvorak.
September 16, 2004
Thursday
12 noon
Cedar Rapids, IA
National Czech Slovak Museum & Library

Free.
Call 362-8500 for information
Learn at Lunch Educational event and music teaser for the From Starched Shirt-Cuffs taking place on October 2 & 3. Music for flute, viola, guitar. Chamber Music Now violist Chris Hanson performs with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
September 16, 2004
Thursday
4:10 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
at the Four Oaks Bridge
First Ave NE,
Cedar Rapids

Free.
Music for Kids
Educational event for the Four Oaks after-school program. Music for flute, viola, guitar. Chamber Music Now violist Chris Hanson performs with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
Sponsored by GreatAmerica Leasing.
September 22, 2004
Wednesday
9:30 a.m.


call 319/364-5271

Cedar Rapids, IA
Sykora Bakery

(on 16th Ave in Czech Village)

Free.

Morning in Czech Village
Czech-inspired music in Czech Village. Enjoy kolaches and chamber music. Chamber Music Now violist Renee Rapier performs with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar). Sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts.
September 22, 2004
Wednesday
12 noon


Cedar Rapids, IA
Cedar Rapids Public Library
Midweek Music. Library concert. Chamber Music Now violist Renee Rapier performs with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
September 23, 2004
Thursday
9 'til noon

Cedar Rapids, IA
Coolidge Elem. School

Free

Music for Kids Educational events for 5th grade students. Chamber Music Now violist Chris Hanson performs with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
September 24, 2004
Friday
8 'til noon

Free.
Marion, IA
Linn Mar Junior High
Music for Kids. Educational events for 7th grade students. Chamber Music Now violist Renee Rapier performs with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
September 26, 2004
Sunday
2 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
at St. Wenceslaus Church
1224 5th St. SE,
Cedar Rapids

Free.
Dvorak Came to Iowa
Educational event Czech Village. Chamber Music Now violists Renee Rapier and Chris Hanson perform with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
September 30, 2004
Thursday
8 p.m.


Ainsworth, IA
Ainsworth Opera House

 

Tickets $7 / $3

Call 319/653-6250

From Starched Shirt Cuffs. . . A Rural Outreach concert sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts. From Starched Shirt Cuffs. . . features the preview of a group commissiong project and the resulting composiition Spillville Variations. The Red Cedar Trio: David Miller, (viola), Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
Additional music by Owen, Matiegka, and Dvorak.

Commissioning funds come from the Iowa Arts Council and Ryan Companies US.
October 1, 2004
Friday
7 p.m.


Spillville, IA
St. Wenceslaus Church

 

Free-will offering. Call 563/562-4373.

From Starched Shirt Cuffs. . . A Rural Outreach concert sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts. From Starched Shirt Cuffs. . . features the preview of a group commissiong project and the resulting composiition Spillville Variations. The Red Cedar Trio: David Miller, (viola), Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar). Also the Prague-based Quartetto Telemann.
Additional music by Owen, Matiegka, and Dvorak.

Commissioning funds come from the Iowa Arts Council and Ryan Companies US.
October 2, 2004
Saturday
8 p.m.

Cedar Rapids, IA
National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library
30 16th Ave SW


Tickets $12 $8 students
Call 319/362-8500

Or attend two nights (see Oct 3rd) for $20.


Limited seating. Advance ticket purchase recommended.

GreatAmerica Leasing Presents:
From Starched Shirt Cuffs...


Main-Stage Concert Series Event.
Features music the Iowa premiere of a new work created by a Group of 15 Iowa composers Spillville Variations on a Theme by Dvorak. Hear half of the Variations tonight, and the other half tomorrow night. Special guests; Members of Qartetto Telemann from Prague (flute, English Horn, guitar). Featuring the Red Cedar Trio: David Miller, (viola) Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar). Also the Prague-based Quartetto Telemann.
Music by Owen Dvorak and more.

Commissioning funds come from the Iowa Arts Council and Ryan Companies US.


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October 3, 2004
Sunday
7 p.m.

Cedar Rapids, IA
National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library
30 16th Ave SW


Tickets $12 / $8 students
Call 319/362-8500

Or attend two nights (see Oct 2nd) for $20.


Limited seating. Advance ticket purchase recommended.

GreatAmerica Leasing Presents:
From Starched Shirt Cuffs...


Main-Stage Concert Series Event.
A different concert from last night. Features the second half of the variations involved with the Iowa premiere of a new work created by a Group of 15 Iowa composers Spillville Variations on a Theme by Dvorak. Hear half of the Variations tonight, and the other half last night (Oct. 2nd).. Special guests; Members of Qartetto Telemann from Prague (flute, English Horn, guitar). Featuring the Red Cedar Trio: David Miller, (viola) Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar). Also the Prague-based Quartetto Telemann.
Music by Owen Dvorak and more.

Commissioning funds come from the Iowa Arts Council and Ryan Companies US.


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October 4, 2004
Monday
4 p.m.
Washington D.C.
Catholic University

A workshop for college students.
October 5, 2004
Tuesday
7:30 p.m.

Washington D.C.
The Embassy of the Czech Republic.

The Czech Embassy is located at 3900 Spring of Freedom St., NW, Washington, DC 20008

Dvorak Came to Iowa. Red Cedar Trio: Jan Boland, David Miller and John Dowdall.

October 7, 2004
Thursday
7 p.m.

Tickets $10

New York NY
Hunter College

695 Park Ave

Ida K. Lang Recital Hall

Dvorak Came to Iowa. Under the auspices of The Czech Center New York. Red Cedar Trio: Jan Boland, David Miller and John Dowdall.

October 10, 2004
Sunday
5 p.m.

Tickets circa $15.

Prague
The Czech Republic
Klementium: Chapel of Mirrors. Located at One Charles Street, Prague.
Red Cedar Blues. Jan Boland (flute), John Dowdall (guitar). Sharing a concert with the Quartetto Telemann.
October 12, 2004
Tuesday,
6 p.m.
Prague, The Czech Republic
The National Museum of Prague

Ticket proceeds will help with the restoration of Dvorak's birthplace.
From Starched Shirt Cuffs... The Red Cedar trio Jan Boland, John Dowdall, and David Miller perform in concert with members of the Prague-based Quartetto Telemann.
October 14, 2004
Thursday,
7 p.m.
Brno, The Czech Republic
at The Janacek Academy

From Starched Shirt Cuffs... The Red Cedar trio Jan Boland, John Dowdall, and David Miller perform.
November 5, 2004
Friday,
8 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Sinclir Auditorium

Coe College Free
Music by Jerry M. Owen . Jan Boland and John Dowdall perform Owen's Hidden Tango on a program dedicated to his chamber music compositions.
November 6, 2004
Saturday,
4 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Sinclir Auditorium

Coe College
Music by Robert Lindsey Nassif . Sponsored by the Iowa Composer's Forum. Jan Boland and John Dowdall perform Nassif's Dear Departed.
November 13, 2004
Saturday,
7 p.m.
Fort Dodge, IA
Blanden Museum of Art

Call 515/573-2316
Red Cedar Blues. Concert of blues-inspired Classical music for flute (Jan Boland) and guitar (John Dowdall).

November 21, 2004
Sunday,

4 p.m.

Cedar Falls, IA

Waterloo Center for the Arts

Red Cedar Blues. A concert of blues-inspired Classical music for flute (Jan Boland) and guitar (John Dowdall). A partnership with the Waterloo African American Museum, and the Cedar Rapids African American Museum and Cultural Center of Iowa.
November 19, 2004
Friday,
6 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
at the home of Tom Peffer and Carroll Reasoner

By invitation
Red Cedar Soiree . A private house concert and fundraiser for Red Cedar Chamber Music. Music for flute and guitar.
November 20, 2004
Saturday,
8 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
The African American Museum and Cultural Center of Iowa

55 12th Ave SE, Cedar Rapids.

Free
Call 319/862-2101
Red Cedar Blues. A concert of blues-inspired Classical music for flute (Jan Boland) and guitar (John Dowdall).
December 2, 2004
Thursday,
1 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Scottish Rite Temple

616 A Ave NE, Cedar Rapids.

Free
Music by Bach.. A concert with Kathy Hall, bassoon. ForBeethoven Club. Bach Flute Sonata in e minor.
December 8, 2004
Wednesday,
1 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
The History Center

Free,
Music for Kids event. Event for Cedar Rapids Youth Leadership. With Jan Boland, John Dowdall.
December 24, 2004
Friday,
7:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
St. Andrew Lutheran Church

Christmas Eve Service music. Jan Boland, flute and John Dowdall, guitar.

December 31, 2004
Friday,
5 p.m. and 6 p.m.

Free
319/688-2653

Iowa City, IA
Trinity Episcopal Church

310 East College St.

Englert Family Night Out.
Two 40-minute concerts for families on New Year's Eve. Jan Boland, flute and John Dowdall, guitar.
February 3, 2005
Thursday,
10 a.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Scottish Rite Temple

616 A Ave NE, Cedar Rapids.

Free
For Beethoven Club. A concert with other colleagues for Beethoven Club. New music by Jerry Owen.
February 3, 2005
Thursday,
4:15
Cedar Rapids, IA
Four Oaks Bridge

2100 First Ave. NE, Cedar Rapids.

Free
Forthe children in the Four-Oaks after-school program. Music for flute, guitar and double bass. With Linn Mar High School bassist, Joe Lynch. .
February 6, 2005
Sunday,
2 p.m.
Springville, IA
Springville Public Library

Springville, IA.

Free
Music with Double bass. A concert of "out of the ordinary" music for flute, doublebass and guitar. Includes new music by Jerry Owen. With double bassist, Joe Lynch.
February 25, 2005
Friday,
6 p.m.
Iowa City, IA
at the home of John Fitzpatrick

By invitation.
Red Cedar Soiree . A private house concert and fundraiser for Red Cedar Chamber Music. Music for flute and guitar.
February 20, 2005
Sunday,
3 p.m.
Anamosa, IA
Anamosa Public Library


Free
Music in Libraries. Music with Double bass. A concert of "out of the ordinary" music for flute, doublebass and guitar. Includes new music by Jerry Owen. With double bassist, Volkan Orhon.

March 3, 2005
Thursday,
7 p.m.


Kalona, IA
At Historic Grout Church in Kalona Historic Village.

Tickets $8 /$4.

Rural Outreach Concert. Music for doublebass (Volkan Orhon) flute (Jan Boland), and guitar (John Dowdall). Features a preview of Jerry Owen's new composition for this trio combination. At Historic Grout Church in Kalona Historic Village.

March 4, 2005
Friday,
7 p.m.

Dessert and coffee at 6 p.m.

Monticello, IA

United Church of Monticello.
123 N. Chestnut, Monticello, IA

Tickets: $10 in advance or at the door.

Rural Outreach Concert. Music for doublebass (Volkan Orhon) flute (Jan Boland), and guitar (John Dowdall). Features a preview of Jerry Owen's new composition for this trio combination.
March 5, 2005
Saturday
8 p.m
Cedar Rapids, IA
Wetminster Presbyterian Church
1280 3rd Ave SE


Tickets $12
Call 319/377-8061

D.C. Taylor Co. presents
Bass-ed on Bach

A Main-Stage Concert Series Event.
Bach Rocks! Concerts explores the connections between baroque music and jazz.
Features the world premiere of a new Trio by composer-in-residence Jerry Owen. Volkan Orhon (doublebass) performs with Jan Boland (flute) and John Dowdall (guitar).
Music by Owen, Bach & more.
Supported in part by the Iowa Arts Council


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March 10, 2005
Thursday
8 p.m.

Tickets: $8,$6 for seniors

Iowa City, Iowa

Old Brick
26 E. Market


With Travelers Dance
A choreographed performace of Jerry Owen's Trio Concertante over Czech Folk Songs. Jan Boland, flute, Deborah Dakin, viola, John Dowdall, guitar.

March 15, 2005
Tuesday

8 p.m.

Free.

Rock Island, IL

Augustana College

Wallenberg Hall 3520 7th Av. Rock Island

With Travelers Dance
A choreographed performace of Jerry Owen's Trio Concertante over Czech Folk Songs. Jan Boland, flute, Deborah Dakin, viola, John Dowdall, guitar.
April 11-15, 2005
Cedar Rapids, IA
one-week residency

Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Jefferson High School

American Gothic.
A one-week residency at Jefferson High School. Music by Andrew Simpson and visual art by Grant Wood.
May 6, 2005

Friday
2 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Meth-Wick Manor



Free.
Open to the public.

5 Turner Alley

Celebrates the work of artist Grant Wood in concert. Features a preview of a American Gothic Suite by composer-in-residence, Andrew Earle Simpson. Jan Boland & John Dowdall perform with student artist, Elizabeth Klaus, viola.

May 7, 2005
Saturday
2:30 p.m.

Marion, IA
Clear Water Farm

A Fundraiser for Red Cedar Chamber Music.
Call 319/377-8028 for your invitation.
The Run for the Roses! A Kentucky Derby Party, complete with dressage demonstrations, southern supper, auction, and mint juileps. Not to be missed! Your attendance supports Red Cedar Chamber Music's educational programming.
May 13, 2005

Friday
7 pm
Cedar Rapids, IA
Cottage Grove Place
2115 First Ave SE

Free. Open to the public.

Music for Seniors
Features a preview of a American Gothic Suite by composer-in-residence, Andrew Earle Simpson. Jan Boland & John Dowdall perform with violist, Michael Kimber

May 14, 2005

Saturday
12 noon
Ely, IA
Ely Library


Free.


5 Turner Alley
A "Concerts in Linn County Libraries" event. Celebrates the work of artist Grant Wood in concert. Features a preview of a American Gothic Suite by composer-in-residence, Andrew Earle Simpson. Jan Boland & John Dowdall perform with student violist, Elizabeth Klaus.

May 15, 2005

Sunday
3 p.m.
Fairfax, IA
Fairfax Public Library


Free.


5 Turner Alley
A "Concerts in Linn County Libraries" event. Celebrates the work of artist Grant Wood in concert. Features a preview of a American Gothic Suite by composer-in-residence, Andrew Earle Simpson. Jan Boland & John Dowdall perform with guest artist, violist Michael Kimber.

May 21, 2005
Saturday

Free.
Marion, IA
Marion City Square Park


Marion Arts Festival. Music to celebrate fine art. Outdoor event. Bring your blanket.

May 21, 2005
Saturday
7 p.m.

Tickets $50

Iowa City, IA
The Court Street Historic home of Grant Wood


House Concert An extra-special event. Music inspired by the work of artist Grant Wood is presented in an intimate house concert. The site is the 1920's home of artist Grant Wood. This event is a once-in-a-lifetime kind of event. A limited-seating house concert is accompanied by fine wine and hors d’oeurves. Call 377-8028 for information.
May 31, 2005

Tuesday
7 p.m.
Ainsworth, IA
Ainsworth Opera House

Tickets $7/ $3
Call 319/366-7503

5 Turner Alley
Rural Outreach Concert.
The Red Cedar Trio celebrates the work of artist Grant Wood in concert. Features a preview of a American Gothic Suite by composer-in-residence, Andrew Earle Simpson.

June 1, 2005

Wednesday
7 p.m.
Delhi, IA
United Methodist Church of Delhi

Free-will offering
Call 563/886-2325

5 Turner Alley
Rural Outreach Concert.
The Red Cedar Trio celebrates the work of artist Grant Wood in concert. Features a preview of a American Gothic Suite by composer-in-residence, Andrew Earle Simpson.

June 2, 2005

Thursday,
7 p.m.

Stone City, IA
St. Joseph's Church

 

Concert $8

Concert & reception $14




5 Turner Alley
Rural Outreach Concert.
The Red Cedar Trio celebrates the work of artist Grant Wood in concert. Features a preview of a American Gothic Suite by composer-in-residence, Andrew Earle Simpson.

Following the concert enjoy elegant desserts in a French Country setting at the Stone Barn. You will find a warm family feeling that is unique and charming. This rare find is decorated with a European flavor and the coffee pot is always on. Price for concert is $8 -- add the reception for a total price for both of $14.

June 3, 2005
Friday
8 p.m.

Cedar Rapids, IA
Grant Wood Studio
5 Turner Alley

Sold out.

 



The children of Joan Lipsky, in her honor, present:
5 Turner Alley
Main-Stage Concert Series Event.
The Red Cedar Trio (Jan Boland, flute, David Miller,viola, John Dowdall, guitar)celebrates the work of artist Grant Wood in a concert coordinated with the public opening of his studio at 5 Turner Alley. Features American Gothic Suite by composer-in-residence, Andrew Earle Simpson.

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June 4, 2005
Saturday
8 p.m.
Cedar Rapids, IA
Cedar Rapids Museum of Art
1285 3rd Ave SE


Tickets $12
Call 319/366-7503

The children of Joan Lipsky, in her honor, present:
5 Turner Alley
Main-Stage Concert Series Event.
The Red Cedar Trio (Jan Boland, flute, David Miller,v iola, John Dowdall, guitar)celebrates the work of artist Grant Wood in a concert coordinated with the public opening of his studio at 5 Turner Alley. Features the world premiere of a American Gothic Suite by composer-in-residence, Andrew Earle Simpson.

click here for more information


July 10, 2005
Sunday
6 p.m.

Mt Vernon, IA
at the home of Abbi Swanson & Jim Freeman. (205 2nd Ave North)


Tickets $30 are limited. Call 377-8028 for information.

Festival Parlor Concert concert.

Not to be missed! Hear a sneak preview of Red Cedar Chamber Music's upcoming 2005-2006 season. Music for flute, cello, guitar, viola and more. The concert is held in a lovely Victoran Home, that, over the past century, has been owed and inhabited by musical families. Jan Boland and Laura Schulkind, flutes, John Dowdall and Jeffrey Hopkins, guitars, Michael Kimber, viola, and Kevin Price, cello.

July 10-July 17, 2005
One-week Festival
Mt. Vernon, IA
Cornell College


To participate as a flute and 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.

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July 14, 2005
7 p.m.

 

Mt. Vernon, IA
Iron Works Gallery.

Free.
Red Cedar Chamber Music Summer Festival.
Participants present a public concert of music for flute and guitar in a cool space!

July 26, 2005
Tuesday
7 p.m.

Mt. Vernon, IA
Cole Public Library

Free.
Music for flute, guitar and cello.
With Chamber Music Now! cellist Kevin Price. Includes music with poetry by T.S. Elliott, and a chamber Trio by Gary Schocker.

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