Tabula Nova concert set on Valentine’s Day
JEFFERSON -- The Council for the Performing Arts will present a concert by the Tabula Nova Ensemble Thursday, Feb. 14, at 6 p.m. in the Puerner Room at Fort Community Credit Union, 100 S. Main St., Jefferson. Appetizers and beverages will be served.
Tabula Nova Ensemble, a trio founded in May 2013, is comprised of flute, clarinet and guitar. Group members arrange and compose their own music to perform for a variety of events. Music ranges from Mozart to Gershwin, folk songs, musicals and The Temptations.
The group is comprised by Tatiana Pearson on flute, Ali Frana on clarinet and Jack Beyler on guitar. Pearson, from Hartland, holds a master of music degree and a bachelor of fine arts degree in flute performance from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She performs with many symphony orchestras in Wisconsin and northern Illinois. In addition to her performance career, she also teaches flute at Hartland Music and Family Music Center and is adjunct flute professor at Maranatha Baptist University.
Frana, from West Allis, started playing clarinet in fifth grade. She received a bachelor of music from the New England Conservatory and a master of music degree from De Paul University School of Music in Chicago. She currently teaches private music lessons. She has taught several master classes for the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District. She enjoys performing in the greater Milwaukee area.
Beyler is a classical guitarist born in Madison. He received his degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He currently teaches and performs in Milwaukee and the surrounding area.
Tickets for this event are available by calling the Council for the Performing Arts office at 920-674-2179. Tickets cost $30 for adults and $27 for veterans and seniors.