An ‘Evening of Flute Music’ at the Carmel Valley Library on June 13

Elana Yarritu

June’s free family music program sponsored by the Friends of the Carmel Valley Library will be presented on Wednesday, June 13, at 7 p.m. in the library’s community room. It will feature flutists Jean Lewis-Boehringer and Elana Yarritu, and pianist Bryan Verhoye playing music by J S Bach, Yuko Uebayashi, Ian Clarke, and Paul Hindemith. The program will last 45 minutes.

Jean Lewis-Boehringer has played regularly with the La Jolla and Grossmont Symphony Orchestras, and performs frequently as a flute soloist in the San Diego area, including performances with the San Diego Harpsichord and San Diego Early Music Societies. She is also a founding member of the San Diego Flute Quartet. She plays new music and the traditional classical repertoire. She studied the flute at the Hartt School of Music, and has a Ph.D. in Biochemistry.

Elena Yarritu enjoys an active career as soloist, chamber musician, conductor, and teacher. She has a MM degree from Yale University School of Music, a DMA from Stony Brook University in New York, and has worked and studied in Paris. She is principal flute in the La Jolla Symphony and a founding conductor of The New Youth Orchestra based in Sorrento Valley. Later this month, she will be a guest artist at the first annual Silicon Valley Music Festival where she will perform Yuko Uebayashi’s music, including the piece on this program. Dr. Yarritu can be heard on the MSR Classics label in her CD, Scree, featuring works by Mike Mower and Samuel Zyman. More information is available on her website at www.elenayarritu.com.

Bryan Verhoye trained at the USC School of Music, the Aspen Music School, and the Peabody Conservatory. He has appeared frequently as a solo recitalist, accompanist, and chamber music performer in San Diego, including classical and jazz programs with the San Diego Symphony. He is presently the accompanist for the San Diego Master Chorale and is an Adjunct Professor of Music at Grossmont College.

The library is located at 3919 Townsgate Drive in Carmel Valley. For more information call (858) 552-1668.

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  4. Carmel Valley Library to host evening of operatic solos, duets and trios
  5. Canyon Crest Acadent students/Trio con Brio to perform at the Carmel Valley Library on June 9

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