Grande Ronde Symphony Association Chamber Series presents…An Evening of World Melodies

The Grande Ronde Symphony Association is pleased to announce their third Chamber Series Concert on March 4, 2017 at the Haines United Methodist Church in Haines, Oregon. Entitled, “An Evening of World Melodies” attendees will be treated to folk music from all over the world, through the enchanting instruments of violin, guitar, mandolin, bass, ukulele and the hammered dulcimer. Musicians performing on these various instruments will be Anthony R. Corig (Corigliano) and Angela Rosemeyer.Tony Corig photo

Mr. Corig, known to most as Tony, started his musical career at the age of eight when he began violin study with Reggero Ricci, world renowned violinist. Anthony’s repertoire grew as he branched into guitar study in Southern California with jazz artist Howard Roberts, composition with Florence Jolly and Piano with Anita Priest, Principal Pianist at the Los Angeles Music Center. Anthony wrote his first composition in September of 1970 a piece entitled “The Death of Shiela” After some years of deliberation he determined to return and focus on his first love, the violin. Currently Anthony plays in a couple of local orchestra’s and has accepted some personal invitations to perform in Southern California. Mr. Corig is the owner of Direct Music Source in La Grande, where he teaches music. He is the lead jazz guitarist in Pendulum Swing, a local jazz band. Anthony’s dream is to complete unfinishAngela Rosemeyer photoed compositions and to compose new ones.

Ms. Rosemeyer has been playing guitar for over 40 years. She is a graduate of the University of Portland, receiving her Bachelors in Music Education and a Masters in Education. Angela studied Classical guitar with Maestro Manuel Lopez Ramos, Frank Costa , along with various other well-known artist. She has actively played guitar and bass in church venues throughout her career and has also enjoyed playing Country, Folk Irish Celtic music with Maggie’s Parlour for past 26 years. She enjoys playing the guitar (nylon and steel), mandolin, octave mandolin, bass, ukulele and on occasion the hammered dulcimer.

The Chamber Series performance on Saturday, March 4, 2017 will mark the first time the Grande Ronde Symphony Association has brought their popular Chamber Series to the Baker Valley. According to GRSA President, Patty Sandoz, “We are excited to present this intimate-type performance outside of the Grande Ronde Valley, in addition to being the first time we have held the series concert in a small historic church.” Doors open at 6:30pm and performance begins at 7:00pm, with refreshments provided by the GRSA following. Baker Valley Introductory ticket price is $20 per person for non-Season Pass holders. For more information, please visit: or contact Patty Sandoz at 541-963-7595 or email:

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