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Siskiyou Institute

The Siskiyou Institute presents its last concert of the — spring season featuring pianist Rachelle McCabe and cellist, Martin Hornstein.

The piano and & cello recital is at 8 p.m. Friday, June — 4. All seats $20.

The program features "Fantasy Pieces, Opus 73" by Robert — Schumann, "Sonata in E minor for Cello and piano, opus 38" by Johannes — Brahms and "Sonata in C Major for cello & piano, opus 119" by Sergei Prokofiev

Rachelle McCabe is an international recitalist and Master — Teacher. She has performed concertos with the Seattle, Pittsburgh, Oregon — and Victoria symphonies and has been heard on NPR's "Performance Today," — CBC, and PBS television. McCabe heads the piano program at Oregon State — University where she has been named a Master Teacher by the college of — Liberal Arts. Her degrees are from Washington, Julliard, and the University — of Michigan.

Martin Hornstein and Rachelle McCabe have been colleagues — since their student days at the Julliard School in New York where Martin — studied with Harvey Shapiro and Rachelle studied with Ania Dorfmann.

Martin is the founding member of the Vienna Altenberg — Trio. Hornstein regularly teaches at international master classes and — is in charge of seminar courses for chamber music at the Conservatory — of the City of Vienna. He plays the "ex van Zweygberg" cello, built in — Piacenza in 1743 by Giovanni Battista Guadagnini.

The two will lead a piano and cello workshop Saturday, — June 5, at 10:30 a.m., $5 students and teachers $10 general public.

The informal workshop involves the nature, preparation, — and practice of chamber music ensemble work, especially that of an experienced — cellist and pianist.

The two artists will explore the process of coming together — to form a collaborative interpretation of great chamber works, including — music heard in the previous night's concert, but also unrehearsed repertoire — so that the experience can be observed as fresh and spontaneous.

Some of the workshop will be devoted to working with student — or community chamber performers in a master class situation. Dialogue — with the participants and audience will be encouraged.

For information, reservations and directions all 488-3869 — or e-mail info@siskiyouinstitute.com. Seating and parking are limited — and on a reservation only basis.