Friday, August 7, 8:00 PM
featuring Concert for Violin, Piano,
and String Quartet by Ernest Chausson
Terrie Baune, violin
Carol Jacobson, cello
John Chernoff, piano
Liana Bérubé, violin
Carson McHaney, violin
Kimberly Fitch, viola
Temporary Resonance and Friends
Terrie Baune is concertmaster of the Eureka Symphony and the North State Symphony, and co-concertmaster of the Oakland Symphony. She is a member of the professional new-music ensemble Earplay and Associate Director of the Humboldt Chamber Music Workshop. Terrie's professional credits include four years as a member of the National Symphony of Washington DC and two years as a member of the Auckland Philharmonia of New Zealand, where she also performed with the Gabrielli Trio, a New Zealand National Ensemble. She has held concertmaster positions with the Fresno Philharmonic, the Santa Cruz County Symphony, and the Rohnert Park Symphony, and has performed as concertmaster with many other orchestras including the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra, El Paso Opera, and the Santa Rosa Symphony. For over twenty years Terrie was concertmaster of The Women's Philharmonic, during which time she participated in over a hundred premieres, made several recordings, including one as soloist in the Maddalena Lombardini Violin Concerto #5, and as soloist in the world premiere of Chen Yi's Chinese Folk Dance Suite for Violin and Orchestra, commissioned for her. Well known for her work with living composers, Terrie has had solo pieces written for her by Pablo Ortiz, Richard Festinger, Ross Bauer, and many others. Most recently she toured a Libby Larson concerto, a world premiere. Terrie graduated from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music with a Bachelor of Music degree, having won the Oberlin Concerto Competition and Grand Prize at the Fischoff Chamber Music Competition.
Carol Jacobson has been the Music Director and Conductor of the Eureka Symphony for sixteen years. Former teacher and conductor of the award winning Arcata/McKinleyville High School Orchestra and Madrigal Choir for 20 years, she has inspired numerous young people to excel. She says, “Once you have experienced the magic of exceeding your expectations, your life is never the same again.” The North Coast Journal referred to Ms. Jacobson as a “force of nature.” An accomplished cellist, Ms. Jacobson earned her Bachelor’s Degree at Humboldt State University, with further chamber music studies with Endre Wolf at The Royal Danish Conservatory, master classes with Antonio Janigro at the Salzburg Mozarteum, and chamber studies at the Netherlands Royal Conservatory in The Hague. She was a member of the Netherlands National Ballet Orchestra in Amsterdam, the Netherlands Radio Symphony, the Oslo Opera Orchestra and the Netherlands Strijkers Ensemble. She has worked with many conductors including Valery Gergiev, Kent Nagano, Jaap van Zweden, Sixten Ehrling and Edo deWaart. She is currently studying conducting with Scott Seaton. She was conductor of the Humboldt State University Orchestra, directed the Humboldt Music Academy and coaches ensembles in the Humboldt State University Chamber Music workshops. She plays in the Resonance Ensemble with Terrie Baune and John Chernoff and is principal cellist in the North State Symphony.
John Chernoff is an active pianist in a variety of musical genres, performing across the United States, including appearances at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., the Legion of Honor in San Francisco, and Symphony Space in New York City. John has also served as an accompanist for the Heifetz International Music Institute, coach for the Sequoia Chamber Music Workshop, Humboldt Chamber Music Workshop and soloist with the Eureka Symphony. He is a frequent performer on the North State Symphony chamber music series at CSU Chico. His specialties include chamber music, art song, musical theater and orchestral concerto piano reductions. John is known for his capacity to read anything. Musicians and audiences agree that he can play any genre of music. He lights the audience on fire; lights his colleagues on fire as well. In 2019, The TBAM Festival Strings premiered John’s Piano Concerto for strings, winds and trumpet.
The artistry of violinist Liana Bérubé is inextricably intertwined with self-knowledge and self-compassion. Her openly expressive aesthetic, described as “searching mastery”, has been heard in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. She is co-founder and violinist of the Delphi Trio. Concerto performances include appearances with Thirteen Strings Chamber Orchestra, Sinfonia Toronto, Bear Valley Music Festival Orchestra, Oakland Symphony, Eureka Symphony, San Jose Chamber Orchestra, and San Francisco Chamber Orchestra. She has been heard on NPR, CBC, VH1, WFMT Chicago, and Dutch Radio 4, and has collaborated with artists such as Emmanuel Ax, and the Alexander String Quartet. Concert appearances include Chamber Music Concerts Ashland, Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival, Orlando Festival, Artist Series of Sarasota, Kronos Festival, Valley of the Moon Music Festival, the Verbier Festival, and the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival. Liana strongly believes in listening to intuition, subconscious, and instinct, in order to express the innate knowledge of personal truth through art.
Carson McHaney began his musical life playing fiddle music at folk festivals as well as exploring his classical music interests in his hometown of Arcata, California. He is currently pursuing violin performance with Professor David Bowlin at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Ohio. Before coming to Oberlin, Carson studied under Terrie Baune and played in the North State Symphony, the Eureka Symphony, and was concertmaster of the ArMack Orchestra. In 2015 Carson was the first prize winner of the Eureka Symphony’s youth competition, and performed the first movement of Prokofiev’s violin concerto no. 2 with the orchestra. Carson has always found great joy in performing chamber music and playing in many different types of ensembles; including a Klezmer group and a performance improvisation combo at Oberlin. His other interests include sketching, running, and cooking with friends. Carson plays a 1740 Camillo Camilli violin.
Kimberly Fitch holds a Bachelor of Music from the Eastman School of Music, and Master of Music in Viola Performance from UC Santa Barbara. Fitch studied with world-renowned teachers in the United States and Europe. As scholarship recipient, she attended the Aspen Music Festival, Fontainebleau Schools in France, The Britt Institute with the Cavani and Pacifica Quartets, Soundfest Quartet Institute with the Colorado Quartet, and the Port Townsend Chamber Music Festival with the Tokyo Quartet. Solo appearances include the Carl Stamitz Viola Concerto with the Rogue Valley Symphony in Ashland and the Bartok Viola Concerto Competition with the University Symphony Orchestra in Santa Barbara as a first place winner. Fitch performed and coached for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s 2014 production of Into the Woods, as a violinist in the 2015 world-premier musical, Head Over Heels, in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast , and actor, dancer and klezmer in Paula Vogel’s Indecent . Kimberly lives in Pasadena.