Noonday Concert Series – Robert Lehmann, Kim Lehmann and Alex Lehmann
Location: Rines Auditorium
Audience: Adults, Seniors
The Noonday Concert Series provides free access to live performances by Maine’s most talented musicians throughout the academic year. The series has always been an integral part of the Conservatory’s mission to provide equal access to high quality music and highlight its talented faculty and students.
Robert Lehmann, violin; Kim Lehmann, viola; Alex Lehmann, flute
Kimberly Lehmann, originally from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, received her Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance from the University of Minnesota and her Master of Music in Violin Performance and Literature from the Eastman School of Music. Her principal teachers were Lea Foli, Harold Wippler, Catherine Tait and Camilla Wicks.
Please note, that this concert will be held in the Rines Auditorium!
About the Series » Noonday Concert Series
Founded in 1995, the Portland Conservatory of Music is a nonprofit community music school. They educate through musical instruction and concert performances. The Noonday Concert Series offers free access to performances by the Conservatory’s talented faculty, arguably among Maine’s most esteemed musicians. The weekly concerts are held in downtown Portland throughout the academic year. The series has always been an integral part of the Conservatory’s mission to provide equal access to quality music and highlight its talented faculty and students.
Portland Public Library will be hosting the Noonday Concert Series every third Thursday at Noon, starting in October. For more information on the Series or the Portland Conservatory of Music, please click here.