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Pianist and cellist from Idaho in Kenosha

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Fine Arts at First, the musical ministry of the First United Methodist Church of Kenosha, is hosting a concert this Sunday, March 30, at 3:00 featuring Duo Navona. Duo Navona is the husband and wife team of Brian and Betsi Hodges, players on the cello and the piano. Pieces planned for this free event are the following:

Poulenc Cello Sonata

Brahms Sonata in E Minor

Piano works by Lee Holby, Mark Olivieri and Carolyn Steinberg

Duo Navona is based at Boise State University in Boise, Idaho, and has toured the U.S., Canada, and Italy.

According to Fine Arts at First, "Bringing a different kind of food to the hungry, First United Methodist Church seeks to offer beauty to the community through music and the fine arts.

"To that end, Fine Arts at First was founded as an outreach ministry of First United Methodist Church to invite Kenosha and surrounding communities to attend quality concerts and recitals in a religious environment filled with history, unique architecture, a magnificent pipe organ, and a world-class Böesendorfer concert grand piano. Our inaugural season was the 2005-2006 series.

"Each Sunday afternoon performance within the nave of our acoustic sanctuary concludes with a reception in the beautiful Bauer-King Hall where you may chat with performers and enjoy dessert."

For further information please contact Jessica DeBoer at, or call 262.658.3213. First United Methodist Church is located at 919 60th Street, Kenosha, WI 53140.


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