Playing for Parkinson’s
A Concert to Benefit the Michigan Parkinson’s Foundation
Sunday, April 28, 4pm

Works by J. S. Bach, William Byrd, and Jean-Philippe Rameau, and others

Edward Parmentier, Harpsichord

An afternoon of beautiful music in a wonderful setting for a worthwhile cause—

Concert is free and open to the public. Suggested donation of $10 goes to benefit the Michigan Parkinson Foundation. All are welcome to a reception following the concert. Both the sanctuary and social hall at Saint James Dexter are accessible spaces.

Edward Parmentier is professor emeritus of harpsichord at the University of Michigan. He has performed throughout the United States, Russia, Western Europe, Japan, and Korea on harpsichord and on historic organs and is a frequent recitalist, lecturer, and adjudicator at symposia and festivals. His collection of recordings has won both critical and popular acclaim. Recent releases include Bach’s partitas, French 17th-century harpsichord music, sonatas of Scarlatti, and music of the English virginalists. He appears frequently in ensemble settings as a continuist and concerto soloist.