Fresno and Clovis REALTORS, Ken and Carol Maul, were delighted with Epic Ensembles, part of California State University, Fresno's (CSUF) 12th CSU Summer Arts season.
Included in the Ensemble were Thomas Loewenheim on the Cello, Bruce Bransby on Bass, Leor Maltinski and Limon Toren-Immerman, Violin, Evan N. Wilson playing Viola and Antoinette Perry on the piano.
Loewenheim is currently the Head of Strings, Professor of Cello and Conductor of the University Orchestra at CSUF; Bransby served as principal double bass with the Los Angeles Philharmonic under Zubin Mehta, Carolo Maria Giullini and Andre Previn; Maltinski is the Isaac Stern Chair of the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra; Perry is a performer in festivals throughout the United States; Toren-Immerman serves as Concertmaster for the Mozart Classical Orchestra and Assistant Concertmaster for the Chamber Orchestra of South Bay; Wilson is Principal Violist of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
Part of the Fresno State Centennial celebration, CSU Summer Arts is celebrating its 25th season and its 12th season at Fresno State. Directed by Jim Spalding, the Summer Arts programs is bringing over 40 public events to this area. Some of the best artists from throughout the world are in residence at Summer Arts, sharing their art and skills.
Epic Ensembles will make another concert appearance on Monday, July 19.
The Summer Arts Season ends on July 23, 2010.
For a complete schedule and more information, see CSU Summer Arts.