Davies Concert Series 2015-2016
All concerts are held at Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church 7400 Temple Hills Rd, Camp Springs, Maryland (1/4 mile south of Allentown Rd.) on Sundays at 6:30 pm and will be followed by a reception to meet the artists. The building (including restrooms) is accessible to the handicapped. These concerts are supported through donations and subscriptions. Directions to church. Join us on Facebook (new in 2015!).
Davies Concert Series is now in its 44th year.
The first concert on October 4 will feature the
Sunrise String Quartet. Members of the group
are Teri Lazar, Claudia Chudacoff violins;
Osman Kivrak, viola and Marion Baker, cello.
The program will include works by Nielsen and
Sibelius in celebration of their 150th anniversary.
On November 22, the Davies Concert Series will
present the Young Artists Concert, a special
program honoring many different music traditions,
including classical, gospel, jazz and more! Join us for
an eclectic evening featuring some of the most
promising musicians from around the Washington
metropolitan area who have begun their great ascent
On February 21, award-winning, singer-songwriter,
Lynn Hollyfield, who is known for her warm,
engaging performances, will present an evening of her
original music as well as choice standards, all
celebrating the beauty and love of Valentine’s Day.
Lynn will perform with accomplished band members
Dave Abe (violin, mandolin, pennywhistle), Steve
Wolf (bass) and Jimmy Brink (percussion).
On April 17, guitarist William Feasley will present a
program of music written for guitar and strings.
Joined by the members of the Sunrise Quartet, Mr.
Feasley, who has toured internationally and
domestically to enthusiastic reviews, will perform the
U.S. premiere of a quintet by the Argentinean
composer Marcelo Pablo Ferraris.
The last concert of the season on May 22 will feature
pianist Matthew Van Hoose who will present works
from the Classical era to the Modern, including
several Ragtime standards by the American composer
Scott Joplin. Hailed by the Baltimore Sun for his
“spirited and polished playing”, Dr. Van Hoose is on
the faculties of American University and Sidwell
Friends School. Additionally, he is the ballpark
organist for the Washington Nationals.
All concerts begin at 6:30 p.m. and are held at Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church, 7400 Temple Hill Road, Camp Springs, MD and will be followed by a reception to meet the artists. Light refreshments will be served.
Concert tickets are $15 and $5 for Students and include a meet-the-artist reception following the concert. Season tickets are $60 and $20 for Students. For information call 301-638-2236.
Davies Concert Series is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) charitable trust committed to presenting classical music concerts, offering educational opportunities for young audiences, and providing a venue for new American music.
Donors: Your contributions help sustain the tradition of live music in Prince George’s County. Benefactors (donating $200 or more), Sponsor (donating $100 or more), Patron (donating $50 to $99), Associate ($25-$49), or Friend ($5-24). All donations are tax deductible.
The Davies Concert Series strives to bring the finest chamber music to the Camp Springs area to enrich the cultural life of Prince George’s County and to introduce young people to classical music.
For more information, call 301-638-2236.