Redlands’ Spinet music club invites community to concert by the Nottingham Players – San Bernardino Sun

Redlands’ Spinet music club invites the community to a performance by the Nottingham Players 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17, at Redlands’ Trinity Episcopal Church, 419 S. Fourth St.

Performers are flutist Margaret Winter, cellist Becky Long and pianist Irmengard Jennings. Their program includes Sonata II by Giovanni Platti, two works by Ottorino Respighi, three by Claude Debussy, Louis Moreau Gottschalk’s “Tournament Galop” and two Scott Joplin rags, according to a news release.

Margaret Winter received her bachelor’s degree in flute performance and her master’s degree in audiology from the University of Redlands. She performed with the Riverside Philharmonic for 10 years and with the San Fernando Valley Symphony and other Los Angeles-area ensembles for another decade. She now performs mainly chamber music and sings with Ensemble XXI.

She has practiced audiology for many years and is the clinic director for the audiology doctoral program at Cal State Los Angeles in addition to teaching audiology courses.

Becky Long received her bachelor’s degree in music education from the University of Oregon and her master’s degree in music performance from the University of Redlands. She teaches elementary orchestra full time in the Redlands Unified School District and is the master teacher for the University of Redlands String Project.

Irmengard Jennings received her bachelor’s degree in organ performance and music education and her Master of Music degree in organ performance from the University of Redlands. Her studies included piano, voice, harpsichord and choral conducting.

She worked at the University of Redlands for 22 years, including as assistant to the director of the School of Music, director of the Community School of Music and the Arts and adjunct professor of organ and harpsichord.

She has been minister of music at Faith Lutheran Church in Yucaipa since 1997. She works full time as anadministrator at Nick Rail Music in Redlands, sings with the Inland Master Chorale and Ensemble XXI and is associate conductor and accompanist for the Community Chorus of Redlands.

The Spinet’s Feb. 21 program, also open to the public, will be a performance by pianists Sandy Pappas and Edward Yarnelle at First United Methodist Church of Redlands.

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