Saturday, November 18, 7:30PM (Doors Open at 7:00PM)

HoodleBug Brass

The HoodleBug Brass is the brass quintet-in-residence at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and is comprised of the four full-time and one part-time brass faculty within the Department of Music. The ensemble performs regularly on the IUP campus and presents numerous clinics and concerts in public schools and churches throughout the region each year. The quintet performs works of all styles, from the Baroque to contemporary, pop and jazz.

Saturday, March 24, 7:30PM (Doors Open at 7:00PM)

Clipper Erickson, Pianist

Clipper Erickson made his debut as a soloist with the Young Musicians Foundation Orchestra at age nineteen in Los Angeles. He has performed as a soloist with orchestras and in recitals in some of the most famous concert venues in the world, including the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall.

Saturday, April 14, 7:30PM (Doors Open at 7:00PM)

Ferla-Marcinizyn Guitar Duo

Guitar Duo of James Ferla and John Marcinizyn perform frequently for audiences of all ages at schools, museums, historical societies, clubs, festivals, and on community and church concert series. Their repertoire spans five centuries and includes music by traditional and contemporary composers.

Saturday, May 19, 7:30PM (Doors Open at 7:00PM)

Jason Kush and Victoria Bechtold Kush

Jason Kush, Slippery Rock University music faculty member, and Victoria Kush, a trained vocalist as well as Pittsburgh attorney, are both Johnstown natives and well-known in the music world. It is with great pleasure we welcome them back to Johnstown for a repeat performance. This promises to be a wonderful evening of old standards and new tunes, but certainly it will be music for both “The Young and the Young at Heart.”

2017-2018 Season

  • Jonathan Gonder with The Geneseo Piano Trio

    Saturday, September 23, 7:30PM

    The Geneseo Piano Trio, founded in 2014, brings together three artist-faculty members at SUNY Geneseo: Andrew Bergevin, violin, James Kirkwood, cello, and Jonathan Gonder, piano. The members of the ensemble are committed to performing the core repertoire of Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn, Fauré, Shostakovich, and others, as well as contemporary composers.

  • The Tartan Trio - Pittsburgh Concert Society Major Audition Winners

    Saturday, October 14, 7:30PM

    Formed in 2016, the Tartan Trio is composed of Carnegie Mellon School of Music undergraduate student flutist Aydan Hensley, violist Brandon Foster, and harpist Mia Venezia. The group has performed publicly in several different venues, varying from the halls of Carnegie Mellon School of Music's Kresge Theater to the historic parks of Philadelphia. Together, the Tartan Trio endeavors to continue giving performances to avid chamber music lovers, as well as the general public, in this unique ensemble.

  • HoodleBug Brass

    Saturday, November 18, 7:30PM

    The HoodleBug Brass is the brass quintet-in-residence at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and is comprised of the four full-time and one part-time brass faculty within the Department of Music. The ensemble performs regularly on the IUP campus and presents numerous clinics and concerts in public schools and churches throughout the region each year. The quintet performs works of all styles, from the Baroque to contemporary, pop and jazz.

  • Clipper Erickson, Pianist

    Saturday, March 24, 7:30PM

    Clipper Erickson made his debut as a soloist with the Young Musicians Foundation Orchestra at age nineteen in Los Angeles. He has performed as a soloist with orchestras and in recitals in some of the most famous concert venues in the world, including the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall.

  • Ferla-Marcinizyn Guitar Duo

    Saturday, April 14, 7:30PM

    Guitar Duo of James Ferla and John Marcinizyn perform frequently for audiences of all ages at schools, museums, historical societies, clubs, festivals, and on community and church concert series. Their repertoire spans five centuries and includes music by traditional and contemporary composers.

  • Jason Kush and Victoria Bechtold Kush

    Saturday, May 19, 7:30PM

    Jason Kush, Slippery Rock University music faculty member, and Victoria Kush, a trained vocalist as well as Pittsburgh attorney, are both Johnstown natives and well-known in the music world. It is with great pleasure we welcome them back to Johnstown for a repeat performance. This promises to be a wonderful evening of old standards and new tunes, but certainly it will be music for both "The Young and the Young at Heart."