The South Haven
 Performance Series
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2015 Series Events

Pictured are Dan Graser, Zach Stern, Joe Girard and Danny Hawthorne-Foss.
Friday, June 26, 2015

Donald Sinta Saxophone Quartet
Donald Sinta Saxophone Quartet Website
"Individual virtuosity combines with a joy for shared music-making each time they take the stage. This quartet has proven to be  a remarkable voice for the contemporary composer. I consider them to be a genuine "benchmark changer". Audiences are immediately struck by their energy, passion, and love of sharing their individual talents as a single voice. They need to be heard!" Donald Sinta, University of Michigan Saxophone Professor

Friday, July 31, 2015
Pianist May Phang
May Phang is Professor of Piano at DePauw University, Greencastle, Ind. She is returning to our Performance Series by popular demand. A prizewinner of several competitions including the Chopin Young Pianists' Competition in Buffalo, N.Y., Canadian Music Competition, Concours d'orchestre symphonique de Montreal and Pontoise International Young Artists Competition in France. An active music educator, she is a teaching artist with Young Audiences of Indiana.
Biography of May Phang

Friday, August 28, 2015
The Merling Trio
The Merling Trio is recognized as one of today's premier ensembles. A truly international trio, it brings together musicians from Polish, Japanese, and Dutch backgrounds. The Merling Trio has been hailed as a brilliantly distinguished group endowed with remarkable gifts of communication, magnificent precision, and an impeccable blend of sound. The trio made its New York debut in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, and was named a finalist for the Naumburg Foundation Chamber Music Award. The Trio members are members of the faculty at the School of Music at Western Michigan University. The Trio takes its name from the Danish violin maker, Paul Merling.  Currently, Mr. Uchimura performs on an Enrico Marchetti cello, made in Turin, Italy, in 1899.  Ms. Knific's violin, fashioned by Vincenzo Postiglione in Naples, Italy, dates from 1898.
Merling Trio Website
Sunday, November 15, 2015
Calvin College Alumni Choir
The Calvin College Alumni Choir, whose members are alumni of Calvin College, was established in 1977  to organize, promote, and sponsor a choir of the highest musical caliber. Through their performances, this choir will promote an awareness of and appreciation for the Christian faith, for choral music, both sacred and secular, and for Calvin College.
Calvin College Alumni Choir Website