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If you think flute and guitar sound like a tame pairing, think again. Silvert and Bowman can turn it up to eleven, traversing everything in between with ease. Let Duo Sequenza introduce you to this fascinating sound world and all of its expressive, colorful possibilities.”
-- Composer Dorothy Hindman
Duo Sequenza, flute and classical guitar, is a concert artist chamber ensemble strategically developing new audiences for today's classical music by promoting the work of living composers. We are supported and governed by Sequenza Chamber Music, Inc., a federally approved 501(c)3 arts organization.
What We Do
Formal Concerts Touring Throughout the USA:
American Made, All Schubert!, Out of this World,
We Love Latin, Back Home Again, We've Got Rhythm!,
Now Hear Here!, Dream Travels, Around the World in 1816 (featuring the rare 1816 Laurent Crystal Flute)
"Journey Beyond the Notes" Interactive Concert
with Audience Participation
"Project Listen Up!" Educational Outreach
in Non-Traditional Venues
Children's Concert, Workshops, Masterclasses,
Salon (in-house) Concerts for Invited Guests
Multi-Disciplinary Collaborative Events
Special Programs Featuring a Rare
1816 Claude Laurent Crystal Flute
Artist Roster, PARMA Recordings, Navona Records
Chamber Ensemble-in-Residence at the
Memorial Opera House, Valparaiso, IN
Why We Do It
Classical Music is for Everyone!
Contemporary Music is the Best Way to
Engage New Listeners
The Combination of Flute and Classical Guitar is
Uniquely Appealing to Most People
Classical Music’s Transformative Power Can Be
Channeled to the General Public by Presenting
Concert Music of the Highest Caliber
Our Efforts Help to Broaden the National Audience
for All Chamber Music
We Specialize in Making New Music Accessible
to Uninitiated Listeners
Live Classical Music is Essential for a
Vibrant Cultural Environment!
Click here for our video interview
with music critic Dan Kepl.