Triple Entendre at the Bradford House

  • April 27, 2014 · 2:30 PM
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Triple Entendre will perform at the historic Bradford House as part of the 23rd Annual Bradford House Chamber Concert Series.  A talented trio of musicians, Triple Entendre explores the wondrous regions of classical sounds through its own unique perspectives. Flutist Lisa Yamamoto, pianist Kevin Garnica and oboist Jonathan Marzluf have a wide repertoire of works from which to pull, including pieces by noted composers like Arnold, Loiellet, Dring, Holst, Gaubert and Still. Come out and enjoy a wonderful afternoon of music from these impressive performers ready to take you on a journey through classical rhythms.

Built in 1902, the Bradford House's first owner was the prosperous rancher Albert Sumner Bradford. Listed on National and Orange County Registers of Historic Places, the 112 year old Victorian mansion is an excellent example of an elegant turn-of-the-century home. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Don't miss this opportunity to experience the excitement of bringing this landmark building to life with an outstanding performance, which is also enriched by the special luster of this setting. Moreover, this intimate venue allows you to experience the power of a great performance "up close."

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  • Linda k

    It's a rare treat to have an oboe showcased in arrangements and I learned I loved its sound...and that its high maintenance may be the reason for it not being more prominently positioned in orchestras

    April 27

  • malcolm

    Sorry that I missed it.

    April 27

  • Maria (Leonida) E.

    So sorry - got stuck in traffic and won't be able to make it.

    April 27

  • Maria (Leonida) E.

    Looking forward to great music and beautiful venue!

    April 4

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