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First Mondays Concert Series - October 1, 2012
To share music with the community throughout the year, the Brevard Music Center, in partnership with Brevard College, presents free concerts to the public on the first Monday of each month, October through May (except January).
Parking for this event is free and available in the Porter Center parking lot.
Johann Joachim Quantz
Sonata in C minor for Flute, Oboe, and Basso continuo
Pastorale et Arlequinade, for Flute, Oboe and Piano, Op. 41
Trio for Flute, Oboe, and Piano
Flutist Dilshad Posnock is originally from Bombay, India. She has appeared as a soloist and chamber musician in concerts and festivals across the United States, England, Puerto Rico and India. She has also been featured on BBC TV and BBC World Service Radio. Ms. Posnock has performance degrees from the Royal College of Music, London, and Carnegie Mellon University. While in Pittsburgh, she performed regularly with ensembles including the Pittsburgh Symphony, the Pittsburgh Ballet and Pittsburgh Opera. Ms. Posnock served as Artist Lecturer in Flute, and Director of the Artist Diploma Program at the Carnegie Mellon School of Music. In addition to her role as Assistant Director of the Jeanne Baxtresser International Master Class, she has also worked on publication projects with world renowned flutists, Jeanne Baxtresser and Sir James Galway. Now based in Brevard, NC, Ms. Posnock performs with the Asheville Choral Society and has appeared as Guest Principal Flute with the Asheville Symphony Orchestra.
Eric Ohlsson is the Charles O. DeLaney Professor of Music in Oboe at the Florida State University, and was previously Assistant Professor of Oboe and Assistant Director of the School of Music at the University of South Carolina. His orchestral roles have have included principal positions with the Columbus Symphony and the Naples Philharmonic, in addition to serving as guest principal with the Florida Orchestra and the Charlotte Symphony. Currently, Mr. Ohlsson holds the positions of Principal Oboe of the Palm Beach Opera Orchestra and the Tallahassee Symphony. He was appointed to the Artist Faculty of the Brevard Music Center as principal oboist of the BMC Orchestra in 1994. As a soloist and chamber musician, Ohlsson has performed throughout the US and in Europe, South America, and Canada. His teachers include John Mack, William Baker, James Caldwell, Ben Wright, and Travis Cox.
Deloise Chagas Lima, collaborative pianist, was born in Curitiba, Parana, Brazil. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Piano, Organ, and Music Education at the School of Music and Fine Arts of Parana, where she received the First Prize Award of her graduation class. Following her graduation she moved to England where she completed a Performance Certificate in piano from Trinity College of Music. Dr. Lima is also an Associate of the Royal College of Music in organ performance. She received her Master of Music degree in piano performance and Literature at the University of Notre Dame, and the Doctor of Music degree in Piano Accompanying from the Florida State University.
In Brazil, Dr. Lima was on the faculty of the School of Music and Fine Arts of Parana for nearly twenty years. A sought-after accompanist and chamber musician, she has performed extensively throughout Brazil with many recognized singers and instrumentalists. She was also the pianist of the Minas Gerais Symphony for two seasons, and was a soloist with that orchestra and the Curitiba Chamber Orchestra. Her performances as an accompanist have taken her to Europe, the United States, and South America.
Deloise Lima was named Assistant Professor of Collaborative Piano at the College of Music of Florida State University in 2005.