Juliana Overmier '87 and Cimarron Wind Quintet to Perform Holiday Concert in Oklahoma
December 4, 2007
December 4, 2007, Greencastle, Ind. - Juliana Overmier, an instructor of music at East Central University and 1987 graduate of DePauw University, will perform as a member of the Cimarron Wind Quintet at a special holiday concert in Ada, Oklahoma. The Sunday, December 16 performance is presented by the Ada Arts Council. "The Cimarron Wind Quintet will play an assortment of classical pieces, as well as music of the season for the audienceï¿½s enjoyment," reports the Ada Evening News.
The story adds, "The Cimarron Wind Quintet, comprised of five dedicated, professional musicians, has been actively performing throughout central Oklahoma since 1985. The Cimarron Wind Quintet, comprised of five dedicated, professional musicians, has been actively performing throughout central Oklahoma since 1985. These talented players bring to the stage many decades of combined experience, ranging from Hollywood recording studios and symphony halls to international competitions, and their expertise results in performances of the highest standard. Each concert is individually constructed from an extensive and diverse repertoire of music in a variety of tonal colors and styles, including classical, contemporary, Broadway and jazz, and featuring many well-known titles."
Overmier, the newspaper notes, "earned her Bachelor of Music degree in 1987 from DePauw University, where she was a two-time concerto competition winner. She received first prize in the 1989 James Pappoutsakis Memorial Flute Competition in Boston as well as first prize in the 1992 Concours Artistique Lucien Wurmser in Paris. In 1996, she earned her Master's degree in flute performance from the University of Southern California, where she also won the Annual Concerto Competition. Ms. Overmier can be heard on several film soundtracks, including As Good As It Gets and Halloween H20.
The complete article, which includes further details on the concert and tickets, can be accessed at the Evening News' Web site.Back