Guest flautist Chelsea Meynig will join the Lewes Chamber Players for their final concert of the season at 2 p.m., Sunday, April 28, at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.
Meynig, who began her career by purchasing a wooden fife at age 10, has a master’s degree from Temple University, where she was principal flautist for the Grammy-nominated Temple University Symphony Orchestra, as well as section leader of the wind ensemble. She now teaches other flute players in Philadelphia.
The Lewes Chamber Players consist of violinist Sylvia Ahramjian, cellist Ovidiu Marinescu, and organist and harpsichordist T.J. Thomas, director of music at St. Peter’s.
The season’s final concert will include works by Jacques Ibert, J.S. Bach and Eugene Bozza, as well as a world premiere composition by Mexican-born classical guitarist and composer Giovanni Piacentini.
The concert series is sponsored by the St. Cecilia Guild, an outreach ministry of the music program at St. Peter’s, whose mission is to present high-quality music not heard elsewhere in eastern Sussex County.
All programs are offered free of charge. St. Peter’s is located at Second and Market streets in downtown Lewes.