After a successful inaugural season in 2015, The Middleburg Concert Series returns with its first concert of 2016 on Sunday, March 13th, at 4 PM with a visit to the baroque era. The program will include selections by Bach, Handel and Poglietti and feature baroque and modern trumpet artist Dr. Douglas Wilson. Dr. Wilson who holds degrees in music from Yale, Oberlin and the University of Oklahoma has performed with numerous concert ensembles including the Washington Bach Consort, the National Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Washington Concert Opera. Dr. Wilson will be joined by Dr. Steven Cooksey (Professor Emeritus from Shenandoah University) on the organ and harpsichord, Cynthia Saucedo and Enrique Reynosa on the violin, Dr. Maryory Serrano on the viola/violin and Dr. Alan Saucedo on the cello.

The goal of the Middleburg Concert Series is to provide the opportunity for area residents and visitors to enjoy virtuoso performances worthy of the Kennedy Center without the need to travel distances. A reception for audience members to meet the artists will immediately follow the performance. Concerts are held at the Middleburg United Methodist Church which is located in the town of Middleburg at 15 W Washington Street at the corner of Pendleton. Admission is free. Donations are welcome. The Middleburg Concert Series is made possible by generous donations from local businesses and individual sponsors and supporters.

For more information contact Alan, or call (540)303-7127. Saucedo, or call (540) 303-7127.

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