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Pre-concert reception at 7:00 pm

Reservations are required and can only be made by members.



Frederick Chopin (1810-1849)
Étude Op. 25, No. 1

Waltz in C sharp minor

Andante Spianato e Grand Polonaise

Adrienne Johnson, piano


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) 
Alleluia (Exsultate, jubilate K. 165)

Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924)
O mio babbino caro
   from Gianni Schicchi

Quando men vo
   from La Boheme

Un bel di vedremo
   from Madame Butterfly

Franz Abt (1819-1885)
Ave Maria

Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
Nulla en mundo pax sincera

Annette Baltes, soprano
Kraig Windshitl, piano


Dirk-Michael Kirsch (b. 1965)
Trio Pastoral Prelude

Friedrich Kuhlau (1785-1832)
Trio in G Major

Geoffrey Robbins

Laurie Patton, flute
Susan Jones, oboe
Diane Cina, piano

Please note, Brant Thomsen, piano, has cancelled.


Performer Information

  Adrienne Stankey Johnson, piano

Adrienne Stankey Johnson, piano

Adrienne Stankey Johnson was a student of the late and great Adele Marcus. She completed her studies at the Juilliard School and went on to an illustrious career raising 4 boys. Her dream was to be a great mother. Now that her children are adults her new dream is to enjoy the piano. This is her first performance for Thursday Musical and she is very excited to be a part of this wonderful organization.

 Annette Baltes, soprano

Annette Baltes, soprano

Annette Baltes is enjoying her first season as a performer with Thursday Musical. Baltes also is a cantor at St. Mary of the Lake Church in Plymouth. She has performed with the Saint Joseph the Worker Community Orchestra as a soloist and recently gave a recital for her friends and family to celebrate her 40th birthday. Baltes studied at Luther College in Decorah, IA. She resides in Plymouth with her husband, Eric, and her 3 children. In addition to singing, Annette is an avid athlete and competes in triathlons and half marathons. She wishes to thank her husband and children for their love and support and her teacher, Pat Kent, for always making her realize she still has the power to achieve her dreams.

 Laurie Patton, flute

Laurie Patton, flute

 Laurie Patton became a professional musician at age 13 when playing in the pit orchestra with the Children's Theatre Company. She continued to play in a freelance capacity for many years and also taught private flute lessons. She attended the University of Minnesota and the New England Conservatory of Music. These days Laurie is still playing flute, but just for fun! She plays with friends in chamber ensembles and subs on flute/piccolo with the First John Phillip Sousa Memorial Band. Laurie is co-producer of Baby Blue Arts Presents, a music television series and website that features Minnesota musicians. Every year, Baby Blue Arts is pleased to videotape a program with three first-place winners from the Thursday Musical student music competition. To see and hear many performances by wonderful Minnesota musicians, please visit