THE YELM PRAIRIE ARTS ASSN. (YPAA) ANNOUNCES A BENEFIT EVENING
Ian Mardon on Violin accompamied by Wolfgang Wortberg on Piano
The Fiery Passion of Spain
Works by Sarasate, Albeniz
as well as a repeat performance of
Mardons “Lux Aeterna”
Due to the overwhelming number of people that packed the Yelm Timberland Library last year for a special performance by German violinist Ian Mardon, he has been invited to return to share his music with the entire community in a unique evening at the Yelm High School Tuesday, April 1st at 7pm to benefit the Yelm Prairie Arts Assn.
The artists [Mardon] repertoire ranges from the major works for violin and orchestra, through a broad selection of solo and chamber music, to his own exciting compositions.
Mardon has, over the course of the years, performed on many TV shows and in numerous movies.
Additionally he has worked for advertising and appeared on a multitude of CDs.
Together with pianist Quitterie Larr, he recorded works by Beethoven, Brahms, Franck and Kreisler.
His enthusiastic performance style has resulted, through appearances with numerous orchestras in Canada, USA and Germany, in his establishing himself as a renowned soloist.
Today, he is continuously performing as a soloist and chamber musician in Germany and North America,” quoting Mr. Mardon’s website.
Tues. April 1st, 2008 @ 7 PM
Yelm High School Auditorium
Tickets sales at the door @ 6:30 PM
Admission $10 Cash or Checks only
ALL NET PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT THE YPAA
– L i m i t e d S e a t i n g –
For information, contact Yael Klein 458-4422
Co-sponsored by Yael & Steve Klein and the Yelm Prairie Arts Assn.
Ian Mardon at his October, 2007 Yelm Library performance
Photo courtesy of Miceal Ledwith