On Sunday, November 15, 2015 at 4:00 pm St. John's Concert Series presents Kristi Reynolds, pianist, in concert. The program will focus on music of Claude Debussy and Frederic Chopin including such important works as the Children's Corner Suite by Debussy and the G minor Ballade by Chopin.
A native of Texas, Ms. Reynolds began her musical studies at the age of four. She earned a Bachelor of Music degree in piano performance at East Texas State University (now Texas A&M University at Commerce) and a Master of Music degree in piano performance at Hardin-Simmons University. Her teachers include Jean Mainous, Michael Ard and Dan McAlexander. She furthered her studies with post-graduate coaching from Joseph Banowitz and Santiago Rodriguez. She has a wide and varied musical experience, from performing solo and chamber music in Texas and throughout the East Coast to accompanying and conducting both soloists and choirs. She has taught at University of Richmond and Virginia Union University while playing the organ at various Richmond churches and running a studio of piano students before semi-retiring to start a family. She is the Artistic Director for the Middle Peninsula Chorale and the music director at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Miller's Tavern, Virginia. She resides in King William County with her husband, their two wonderful daughters and a menagerie of pets.
Old St. John's is located at 103 St. John's Church Lane, 10 miles north of West Point on Route #30. A link to a map of its location can be found at http://oldstjohns.org. Admission is free, with an offering collected during intermission.
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