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The Jolles Duo - Wednesday, February 16, 2011

The Jolles Duo, featuring violinist Renee Jolles and harpist Susan Jolles, presents concerts of uncommon beauty. This mother-daughter ensemble was formed in 1987 to perform a program honoring Women in Music. Both Renee Jolles and Susan Jolles have been hailed as solo virtuosi. Individually, they have garnered many awards, including the Naumburg Chamber Music Award, Grammy Awards, and the William Schuman Prize. Together, this exciting collaboration brings passion and skill to a repertoire that embraces music from the Baroque to the modern era. The Duo has been featured on numerous chamber and contemporary music concert series such as North/South Consonance, Cutting Edge, Musica Viva (New York), at Symphony Space by New Voices Concerts, and can be heard on the recently released album , Peculiar Plants (Albany Records), playing Victoria Bond's Sacred Sisters.

"What was remarkable was the outstanding musicianship and professional artistic polish of The Jolles Duo."
--Times Union, Albany, New York

Sponsored by the Department of Music and the InterArts Series.

8 pm, Fine Arts Recital Hall. $7 general admission, $3 seniors, free for students, free with a UMBC ID.

To order tickets in advance using a credit card, order online through MissionTix or call 410-752-8950. Patrons who would prefer to pay by cash or check may purchase tickets at the door.