Dr. Alyssa Schwartz in Concert
This performance by Alyssa will be her third visit to Smoke N Mirrors Gallery, this time as a Soloist. Alyssa will be performing "The Versatile Flute" - The flute is the earliest musical instrument on record, with the oldest flute being approximately 42,000 years old. Originally made from bone and wood, flute music has been a part of the human experience for cultures all around the world before the advent of civilization. This concert will take the listener on a journey through time, exploring flute music and flute literature from ancient traditions through modern practice, exploring the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Modern Eras, and more!
Dr. Alyssa Schwartz comes from Jamestown, New York. She serves on the faculties of Dickinson College as the Flute Professor and West Virginia University as the Adjunct Professor of Music Theory and Music Education. She debuted at New York City's Carnegie Hall in November 2017 and returned for a second performance the same month as a result of winning 1st prize in the 2017 Golden Classical Music International Competition and 2nd Prize in the 2017 Concert Artists International Music Competition. For her full and extensive bio, please visit https://www.alyssa-schwartz.org/bio
This is a seated concert style performance and reservations are recommended as seats are limited. Tickets include two drink vouchers per person for anyone over the age of 21 (wines, craft beer, sodas, punch, water, etc.) and hors d'oeuvres. The Reception for this event will begin at 6:00 pm. We will pair the performance with a South Australian Merlot and a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc to help transport you to faraway places.