Peter Jandula-Hudson, viola & Ken Hardin, piano – May 18

Saturday, May 18, 2019 • 2pm (doors open at 1:30)

Featuring violist Peter Jandula-Hudson and pianist Ken Hardin












Admission fee includes an intimate one-hour concert with wine, savories and sweets, and great conversation with friends and the artists!  Limited to 50 guests.

$55 per person -members

$65 per person – general

Note: $15 of the ticket price is subject to sales tax

Tickets on sale to the public as of April 28 

If you have advance ticket sales notification – please contact the office at 530-273-3990



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directions upon ticket purchase


or call the office at 530-273-3990 T-F 10am-5pm


Salut d’ Amour – Elgar

Romanze, Op. 85 – Bruch

Vocalise, Op. 34 – Rachmaninoff

Two pieces for Viola – (Frank)Bridge

Duet for Viola and Piano – Bianco

January Sonata – Troob

Moonlight in Autumn – Neufeld

Meditation from Thais – Massenet


Peter Jandula-Hudson, Violist

Peter Jandula-Hudson graduated with honors from Indiana University in 1987. Following his graduation he became Principal Violist with the New Mexico Symphony.

In 1997 Jandula moved to Los Angeles where he became a successful studio musician recording with such luminary composers as John Williams, Randy Newman, Jerry Goldsmith and many others. He was also a member of the Los Angeles Opera Orchestra, Pasadena Symphony and Hollywood Bowl Orchestra. He is now the Principal Violist with the InConcert Sierra Orchestra and frequently performs with Reno Philharmonic.  He resides with his husband, Michael Hudson, in Aptos.

Ken Hardin, Pianist

Ken Hardin is the artistic director for InConcert Sierra, a classical and choral music presenter in the Sierra Nevada Foothills of Northern California, and the conductor for InConcert Sierra Orchestra. He recently retired from his position as the founding conductor of the Sierra Master Chorale. Hardin’s career as a pianist and conductor has spanned the genres of jazz, Broadway, and classical with strong, diverse experience and education in conducting, performing and teaching. Additionally, Ken is the principal keyboardist for the Reno Philharmonic and active as a freelance pianist.