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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 3. December 9, 1999 - 71 Sunrise Quartet to perform at St. Peter's Church Dec. 5 The Lewes holiday season this year will feature a unique concert by the Sunrise Quartet at 8 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 5, in St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Second and Market Streets. Presented by Concerts at the Beach, the concert will include a selection of carols, specially arranged for the Sunrise Quartet, the Haydn Quartet in D Minor, the Gershwin Lullaby for String Quartet, and Osman Kivrak's Ko- roglu for String Quartet. The con- cert is the seventh and final per- formance for the year and the cen- tury. The Sunrise Quartet, founded in 1991 in Washington, D.C. are in residence at Concerts at the Beach. The group has performed to critical acclaim on the east coast from Pennsylvania to Flori- da. They have been featured on public radio and cable television in the Mid-Atlantic area, includ- ing a recent performance for Na- tional Public Radio's Performance Today program. The Quartet has performed in the nation's capitol at the National Building Museum, the World Bank, and the Phillips Collection. They have also played at college and university music festivals, in- cluding the Chautauqua Festival at Dickinson College, the Contem- porary American Theater Festival at Shepherd College and the Sonoklect Festival at Washington and Lee University. The Quartet is composed of Teri Lazar and Claudia Chudacoff, vi- olinists, Osman Kivrak, violist, and Diana Fish, cellist. Kivrak is the artistic director of Concerts at the Beach. His Koroglu for String Quartet, to be performed at the Dec. 5 concert, was written in 1996 and is based on Turkish folk music. The $17 concert tickets include a meet-the-artists reception fol- lowing the concert. They may be purchased in Lewes at Sugar and Spice and the Stepping Stone, and in Rehoboth Beach at Baystar presents 'Kissin' Kountry Kris'mas' The standard Christmas scene, be it on a Christmas card or TV show, involves lots of snow, bells, lights and reindeer, with happy people wrapped up to their ears in heavy clothing. Not so with the Baystar Dinner Theatre's current production of "Kissin' Kountry Kris'mas." These folks are more apt to have straw sticking out of their hats and wearing shorts and cowboy boots. Instead of reindeer, there may b e a cow or two in the scene. The production is brought through the auspices of their fa- vorite radio station, KCOW (moo radio), deep in the heart of Texas and the music is still appropriate to the season. Rudolph is there, as is "Jingle Bells," "Away in a Manger," "O Little Town of Beth- lehem" and other Christmas fa- vorites. Some other holiday songs may not be as familiar, but explain what Christmas was like on the frontier. "Kissin' Kountry Kris'mas" is produced by Kimberly Wray, with Marjorie Eckerd as stage director, Richard Eckerd as music director and Geoff Thompson as choreog- rapher. Cast members, besides Wray and Thompson, include Kristie Glenn-Howard, John Rig- gs, Orville Nichols, Tanya Schuler, Heather Hale, Tiffany Hale, Marie Overton, Carly Ger- hardt, Cori McCowen, Eric Sa- vatae and Jordan Marvel. "Kissin' Kountry Kris'mas" is playing now at the Baystar Dinner Continued on page 72 ) Live Music! f --41  II_ Fri. 12/03 John Faye ags 1 - Powertrip MondaYs are Burger" Nig'hfl Sat. 12/04 S5 "'Best of DE'" Burgers w/Fries Stargazer ThursdaY is Pizza Nighff Lily Sun. 12/05 Closed Tuesday & Wednesday 320 Rehoboth Ave 302-226-BREW Sally Timms At " " u umn has armed.., and with ct, the return of, 00sunday Brunch i , a Victoria's tradition! A celebrauon offinefoods and superior service, Browseabout Books. 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