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Hearts for the Arts, June 15th, 2014

Dr. Joann Freeburg, founder of "Hearts for the Arts," is pleased to "kick-off" this exciting new program based on her lifelong passion to inspire, develop and honor talented young artists. "Hearts for the Arts" is supported by Freeburg Pianos and performed at the Master Works Theatre in Hendersonville, North Carolina as well as other community venues.

Dr. Freeburg and her husband, Keith, have shared a love for music for more than forty years. In fact, their romance began when she turned pages for Keith during a musical performance. Dr. Freeburg plays piano, flute and cello. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Education/Foreign Languages, a Master's Degree in Christian Ministry/Counseling and a Doctorate in Theology as well as a variety of certifications. She has used her love for music to work with all age groups as well as special needs communities. She has served on several non-profit boards and is an assistant pastor in their church. Her gift for teaching and inspirational speaking has opened the door for her to travel and help people around the world. As a creative blog writer, she gives readers a look into the people and stories behind Freeburg Pianos and the wonderful world of music.

Dr. Freeburg’s “kick-off" of the first "Hearts for the Arts" program, is presenting three gifted, prize-winning soloists who will perform great masterpieces written for flute, violin, harpsichord and piano. They will inspire listeners as concerto soloists for their individual instruments, as a duo in three works for flute and violin, and as a trio playing Bach's difficult Concerto for Flute, Violin and Harpsichord. Grace and Kristie Kim are sisters from a musical family and, while still in high school, have both earned an impressive list of honors, locally and statewide. Fourteen-year-old Christopher Tavernier is an award winning pianist and will play the harpsichord in the Bach Concerto. He will end the program on the piano with an exciting performance of the final two movements of the Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1.

For Information on how to receive a copy of this performance on DVD or CD, please contact
Music in Landrum at http://musicinlandrum.org. You may also see and hear the full live concert on YouTube by clicking on the video below.

Project Details

Customer Music In Landrum
Artists Christopher Tavernier, Piano
Grace Kim, Flute
Kristie Kim, Violin
Keith Freeburg, Bass
Dr. Hwa-Jin Kim, Accompanist
Dr. John Cobb, Accompanist
Date 6/15/2014
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