June 24, 1995 |
The Fullerton Friends of Music has announced its 37th season of free concerts at the Performing Arts Center of Sunny Hills High School. "Unlike many chamber-music societies, we take a broad view of chamber music," said Fullerton Friends artistic director Beulah Strickler. "We've got quartets and a trio, but we've also included a baroque group and a cello recital. We try to do a gamut." The season: * Oct.
July 10, 1993 |
The Fullerton Friends of Music has announced its 35th season of free Sunday afternoon concerts, to be given at Sunny Hills High School, 1801 Warburton Way. * Oct. 24: The Cleveland Duo (Stephen Warner, violin, and Carolyn Gadiel Warner, piano and violin) and guest cellist Bryan Dumm will play works by Mozart, Leclair, Brahms, Bartok and Frank Bridge. * Dec.
March 25, 1993 |
When harpsichordist Beulah Strickler founded the Fullerton Friends of Music, she never expected that the group would still be here 34 years later. But it is. "I always played music with professional friends and invited people to the house to hear them," she recalls. "Everybody enjoyed it, and I thought it would be a good idea to go public." Others agreed, so in 1959 she moved the concerts from her home to the Fullerton Public Library (now the Museum of North Orange County).
June 4, 1997
Actor Matthew Perry of the television sitcom "Friends" voluntarily checked into a treatment center to battle an addiction to prescription pain medication, his publicist said Tuesday. Perry, 27, is in the "early stages of chemical dependency," publicist Lisa Kasteler said, but she declined to say what medication he had been taking or why he was taking it. She also would not say where Perry had gone for treatment.
February 23, 1993 |
The Fullerton Friends of Music hosted one of the season's most auspicious debuts Sunday afternoon at Sunny Hills High School when the Arista Trio followed exceptional Mozart and Arensky with a knock-out performance of Beethoven's "Archduke" Trio.
December 26, 1996
The prize-winning Sausalito String Quartet will appear on the Fullerton Friends of Music series, Jan. 12 at 3:30 p.m., playing a program including Mozart's Quartet in G, K. 387, Beethoven's Opus 95 and Smetana's Quartet No. 1, "From My Life." After its debut in 1995, the ensemble won both the Fischoff and Coleman National Chamber Music competitions. It is now in residence in San Francisco.