Marc Damoulakis, born in Massachusetts, is a member of the percussion section of the Cleveland Orchestra and faculty member at DePaul University. Prior to joining the orchestra in 2006, Damoulakis performed with the New York Philharmonic for three seasons, also accompanying them on their national and international tours. He has held tenure positions as principal timpanist of the Long Island Philharmonic and assistant principal percussion of the Harrisburg Symphony. Marc has also played with the Atlanta Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Houston Symphony, Kirov Orchestra and was a member of the New World Symphony.
Timothy Kalil, pianist, performs in many styles: classical, jazz, gospel and world music. His degrees include a doctorate and master of arts in ethnomusicology from Kent State University and a master of music in piano performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music. He is a highly published author in American music. Formerly on the piano faculty at the University of Kansas, Kalil is a concert pianist, presenter of concerts, and guest lecturer in jazz at Lakeland Community College.
The concert is dedicated to the late Irving Goodman, one of the original concert board members.
The series depends on donations. Those interested can make checks payable to the "St. Peter's Fine Arts Series" and send your tax-deductible contribution to the Church at PO Box 357, Ashtabula 44005-0357. Security is on the grounds and ramps are in front and at the north side of the church for the handicapped.