Redlands Spinet Music Club programs this season are all open to the public, held at churches and other venues in Redlands.
The season kicked off with over 100 attendees at the September 20 program at the First Congregational Church of Redlands, featuring Edino Biaggi playing oboe and English horn and Angelica Prodan playing piano.
The next program will be on Tuesday, October 25 at 7 p.m., also at the First Congregational Church of Redlands. Organist Laurent Jochum, originally from France, son and grandson of liturgical organists, will present the program while playing the church’s Turner organ.
Jochum, who had a 20-year concert career, won competitions including the Lorraine International Organ Competition and performed in Paris at Notre-Dame Cathedral, Saint-Etienne-du-Mont, La Madeleine and Sainte Clotilde, according to a press release.
The First Congregational Church is located at 2 W. Olive Ave.
Other spruce programs will be presented by the Belvedere Trio, Nov. 15 at Redlands United Church of Christ; the Nottingham Players on January 17 at Trinity Episcopal Church; pianists Sandy Pappas and Edward Yarnelle, Feb. 21 at First United Methodist Church; harpist Kristen Cameron, March 21 at First Baptist Church; Pianos Plus, April 18 at the Contemporary Club; and Musica Viva, May 17 at Congregation Emanu El.
The Spinet officers for 2022-23 are Ron Warnell, President; Kristen Cameron, senior vice president of programs; Lois Musmann, second vice president for sites; David Weir, Recording Secretary; Anne Sandel, corresponding secretary; Nancy Doss, treasurer; Eric Gruenler, parliamentarian; and Sandy Pappas, past president. The directors are Lorraine Jorgenson, Sally Rehfeldt and Tina Caldwell.
The committees are assisted by Sally Rehfeldt, historian; Nelda Stuck, publicity; Anne Sandel, telephone coordinator; Frank and Pauline Kejmar, directory and newsletter; Jan Fowler, hospitality coordinator; and Sandy Pappas, Transportation Coordinator.