Arts Center hosts pianists for ‘Evening of Classics’

The Plymouth Arts Center will present “An Evening of the Classics” the 6th concert in the Joseph Sartori Concert Series sponsored by the Sartori Company, on Saturday, November 5, 2016, at 7:30 pm.

This instrumental classical concert will feature performers: Tricia Marton, Brittany Seifert, Clara Montes, Jia Phillips, Mei Phillips, Callie Olinski, and Ash- ley Thyes.

Tricia Marton received a Bachelor and Master of Music in Piano Performance from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, and is pursuing her Dalcroze certificate through Carnegie Mellon University. She currently teaches private piano in her south side Sheboygan studio as well as Music, Movement & More through Sheboygan’s Community Recreation


Brittany Seifert is a 26 year-old dog groomer from Plymouth. She began playing piano 20 years ago, and has taken every opportunity at her disposal to bring music to the forefront of people's lives, including teaching piano, accompanying at the high school, and performing for various events.

Clara Montes is a sophomore at Kohler High School. She has been playing the violin for ten years and has been studying with Jerome Franke of Fox Point since 2013. Last year, Clara was the winner of the Sheboygan Area Youth Symphony’s Young Musician Competition and had the honor of performing as a guest soloist with the Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra in March of 2016.

Callie Olinski is a junior who has been playing piano for ten years. She is passionate about performing and accompanying, and has won a number of competitions, including the 2016 WMTA Badger State Keyboard and the 2015 WMTA High School Virtuoso Competitions.

Mei Phillips is a sophomore at Warriner High School. She has been studying piano with Tricia Marton for six years. She also plays trumpet with the Sheboygan Pops Band.

Jia Phillips is an eighth grader at Kohler Elementary. She has been studying piano with Tricia Marton for six years.

Ashley Thyes studies piano with Elizabeth Daniels.

The Joseph Sartori Concert Series was initiated at the Plymouth Arts Center as a tribute to the late Joseph Sartori in honor of his musical talent and in appreciation of the Sartori Family’s generous contribution to the Plymouth Arts Center. This concert is graciously underwritten by the Sartori Company.

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