Classical Incarnations at the Hof

Serenade for Strings in E Major, Op. 22 Antonin Dvorak

I. Moderato

IV. Larghetto

II. Scherzo. Vivace

Cavalier 21 String Orchestra; Justin Williams, director


Title Ian Browning

Ian Browning, marimba


Excerpts from Piano Concerto for the Left Hand Maurice Ravel

Matthew Booth, piano


Must the Winter Come So Soon Samuel Barber

Hannah Magnelli, soprano; Daniel Stipe, piano


Rhapsody Kyle Valorose

Kyle Valorose, piano


“Estre foux”

Victoria Kinney, soprano

“Yo Soy la Locura”

Victoria Kinney, soprano; Niccolo Seligmann, alto viola da gamba; Brady Lanier, bass viola da gamba

“Marche des Fols”

Niccolo Seligmann, bass viola da gamba; Brady Lanier, bass viola da gamba; Hope Armstrong Erb, harpsichord


Simple Symphony, Op. 4: II. Playful Pizzicato Benjamin Britten

String Quartet No. 2: I. Allegro Moderato Aleksandr Borodin

Becca Longhenry and Ivan Kane, violins; Tracy Ta, viola; David Raposo, cello


Comptine d'un autre ete, from Amelie Yann Tiiersen

Peace Piece Bill Evans (4-5 min)

Dave Robbins, piano



Classical Incarnations

Three Tangos Astor Piazzolla

Boricua

Dernier Lamento

Gulinay 

Becca Longhenry, Violin; Johnny Hargove, Guitar

 

The Three Graces for Three Flutes Allan Blank (1925-2013)

I – II – III  

Three Graces Flute Trio:

Deb Saidel, Heidi Thurmond, Michelle Matts, Flutes

 

Lachrymae Pavane John Dowland

Andrew McEvoy, Guitar

 

from RECUEIL D’AIRS SERIEUX ET A BOIRE DE DIFFERENTS AUTHEURS (Amsterdam, 1716):

I.     Paul de Villesavoye (1683-1760), Air Serieux, "Enfin la nature" for soprano, violin, and basso continuo

II.   "Récit pour le basse" from the collection (TBD), played on the bass viol

III.   Monsieur [?] Derochet, Air Serieux, "Que le tourment" for alto, flute, and basso continuo 

Jefferson Baroque Ensemble:

Anne O’Byrne and Gabrielle Maes, vocals; 

Raphael Seligmann, Baroque Violin; Cynthia Beausang, Baroque Flute; 

Hope Armstrong Erb, Harpsichord; Brady Lanier, Viola da Gamba

 

Six Kentish Trios  Geoff Warren (b. 1957)

French May

Ragged Jack

Summer Land

Canterbury Bells

Devil in the Bush

Stone Reach

Three Graces Flute Trio:

Deb Saidel, Heidi Thurmond, Michelle Matts, Flutes

Four Songs of Love                        Franz Schubert (1797-1828)

    An die Musik,Opus 88, No. 4 (To Music)

    Gretchen am Spinnrade,Opus 2 from Goethe's Faust (Gretchen at the Spinning-Wheel)

    Ständchen,from Schwanengesang No. 4 posth. (Serenade)

   Seligkeit,poem by Hölty (Bliss) 

Erin Wind, Soprano

Hope Armstrong-Erb, Piano

 

Selections TBA

David Robbins, Piano

Classical Incarnations at the Hof

Four French Airs

Selected from:

Toussaint Bordet, Duexieme Recueil D’Airs, 1771

Msr. Leloup, Troisieme Recueil des Recreations de Polimne, 1760

Gabrielle Maes, Soprano; Raphael Seligmann, Baroque Violin; Victoria Kinney, Soprano

 

Melodies– Ivan Kane

Ivan Kane, Violin

 

Sephardic Folk Songs – Manuel Valls

I. La Rosa Enflorece

II. Ven Querida, Ven Amada

III. Adio, Querida

IV. Durme, Durme

V. Paxaro D’Hermozura

VI. Abrix, Mi Galancia

VII. Irme Quiero, La Mi Mare

VIII. Ya Viene el Cativo

IX. Yo M’Enamori D’un Aire 

Gabrielle Maes, Soprano; Brandon Simmons, Flute; Andrew McEvoy, Guitar

 

Granada (Serenata)– Albéniz

Asturias (Leyenda)– Albéniz

Andrew McEvoy, Guitar

 

Tango (1890) – Albéniz

Becca Longhenry, Violin; Andrew McEvoy, Guitar

 

"Four Pictures from New York" - Roberto Molinelli

1. Dreamy Dawn 

2. Tango Club

Kyle and Alyssa Darwin, Saxophone and Piano

Classical Incarnations

Sonata K33 – Domenico Scarlatti

Andrew McEvoy and Ron Alig, Guitars

 

Maple Leaf Rag – Scott Joplin

Natalie Christensen, Piano

 

Nocturnes, Op. 12, Nos. 1 & 2, by F. Chopin

David Robbins, Piano

 

Sonata BWV1021, II. Adagio – JS Bach

Becca Longhenry, Violin; Andrew McEvoy, Guitar

 

2-Part Inventions No. 1, 2, 4, 8 –JS Bach

Johnny Hargrove, Mandolin; John Cruz, Guitar

 

Gliere - Suite for Viola and Double Bass

I. Prelude

II. Gavotte

III. Cradle Song 

Chi Lee, viola and Paul Nemeth, double bass

 

Andantino – Clara Schumann

Natalie Christensen, Piano

 

Mazurka Op. 6 no. 2 – Chopin

Sueño (Mazurka) – Tárrega

Nocturne Op. 9, No. 2 – Chopin

Andrew McEvoy, Guitar

 

Excerpts from The Diabelli Variations – Beethoven

David Robbins, Piano

 

Farewell – Sergio Assad

Andrew McEvoy, Guitar

Matthew E. White; Trey Pollard's "Antiphone"

Songs by Matthew E. White:

Tell Me Something 

Nested 

No Future in Our Frontman

Hedged in Darkness

-Matthew E. White, Vocals and Piano

Never Had It Better 

Genuine Hesitation

-Matthew E. White, Vocals and Piano

Adrian Pintea - violin

Treesa Gold - violin

Danielle Burke - viola

Schuyler Slack - cello

Ayça Kartari - bass

Music from Trey Pollard’s “Antiphone”

Applause is the coolest, do it when you want! <3

- Prelude I. Slowly               

- Fugue VI. Very Slowly     

- Prelude VI. Moderately

- Fugue II. Moderately Fast

- Prelude VIII. Moderately

- Fugue V. Moderately

- Fugue VIII. March

- Prelude V. Slowly

- Fugue VII. Gigue

- Prelude III. Very Slowly

- Fugue I. Moderately

- Prelude II. Moderately

- Fugue IV. Very Fast

Adrian Pintea - violin

Treesa Gold - violin

Danielle Burke - viola

Schuyler Slack - cello

Ayça Kartari - bass

Classical Incarnations

Recuerdos de la Alhambra– Tárrega

Andrew McEvoy, Guitar

A Night Piece for Flute and Strings– Arthur Foote

Deb Saidel, flute

Justin Williams and Becca Longhenry, violins

Tom Stevens, viola
Schuyler Slack, cello

Ayca Kartari, bass

Suite for Flute and Bass(1989) – Yusef A. Lateef

I – II – III – IV 

Deb Saidel, Flute; Ayça Kartari, Bass

Totentanz– Franz Liszt

Daniel Brown, Piano

Elegy-Meditation(2015/2018) – Robert Andrew Scott

Myrick Crampton, tenor saxophone; 

Amos Goldie, viola; 

RA Scott, piano-percussion

Kol Nidrei– Max Bruch

Matt Gold, Bass; David Robbins, Piano

American String Quartet– Antonin Dvorak

   I. Allegro, ma non troppo

    II. Lento

    IV. Vivace, ma non troppo

Becca Longhenry and Ivan Kane, violins

Tracy Ta, viola

David Raposo, cello

Grassroots Phil and the Jeffersons

The Jefferson Baroque Ensemble

Quinta Pars - Ortiz

*Turlurù/ La Bergamasca Traditional Northern Italian melody Marco Uccellini (1603-1680)

   

 *Selections from Unterschied zwischen Violinisten und Fiedlers

(Difference between Violinists and Fiddlers) Johann Fischer (1646-1716)

Allegro from manuscript violin sonata in E-major Heinrich I. F. Biber (1644-1704)

Passepied from Première Récréation de Musique, Op6 Jean-Marie Leclair (1697-1764)

*Newcastle / Come Ye Not from Newcastle Traditional Northumbrian (ca. 1600)

Selections from English, Scottish, and Irish songbooks and

dance collections:

Dunse Ding's--guitar solo

Wappat the Widow--violin duet

Alawon John Thomas pieces--solo crwth

O'Carolan #57--harpsichord solo

O'Carolan #28--ensemble

Rondo from Concerto for Harpsichord or Piano in D-major, Op1 James Hook (1746-1827)

 

Gabrielle Maes – soprano,

Hope Armstrong Erb – harpsichord

Christopher Johnston – baroque violin,

Raphael Seligmann – baroque violin and viola, 

Niccolo Seligmann - Viola da Gamba, Bass, Crwth   

*with guest artist Andrew McEvoy – guitar

10 Minute Intermission

RVA’s Grassroots Philharmonic

Prelude BWV1007 Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

 

Orchestral Suite Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

I.               Courante BWV1066  (Skippin’)

II.              Aria BWV1068  (Singin’)

III.             Badinerie BWV1067  (Foolin’)

IV.           RejouissanceBWV1069  (Hoedown)

 

Arabesque No. 1 Claude Debussy (1862-1918)

 

Seis Canciónes Populares (Six Popular Tunes)  Manuel De Falla (1876-1946)

Attaca (no breaks): El Paño Moruno (The Moorish Fashion) – Cancion de Cuna (Lullaby) – Canción (Country Song) – Polo (the artist’s pain, ‘duende’) – Asturiana (Southern Chant) – Jota (Folk Song)

 

           Serenade for Strings, Op22                                               Antonin Dvorák (1841-1904)

I.               Moderato

II.              Tempo di Valse

 

Ellen Cockerham Riccio – violin, Andrew McEvoy – guitar and bass

Jonathan Hargrove – mandolin and guitar, John Cruz – guitar, Ron Alig – 7-string guitar

Classical Incarnations at the Hof

Flute Concerto in d minor, 1st movement – Doppler

Iman Williams and Isaiah Shaw, Flutes; Daniel Stipe, Piano

 

[Break]

 

"Gefror'ne Tranen" – Schubert

"Reve D'amour" – Fauré

Samantha Garcia, Voice; Daniel Stipe, Piano

 

Kol Nidre - Bruch

Matt Gold, Bass; David Robbins, Piano

 

[Break]

 

Arabesque No. 1 – Claude Debussy

Jonathan Hargove, Mandolin; Andrew McEvoy, John Cruz and Ron Alig, Guitars

 

[Break]

 

Ballade – Samuel Barber

Daniel Stipe, Piano

 

Ballade – Reinecke

Bethany Frelier, Flute; Daniel Stipe, Piano

 

[Break]

 

Selections from The Time Curve Preludes– William Duckworth

David Robbins, Piano 

 

[Break] 

 

Bachianas Brasilieras No. 5: Aria – Villa-Lobos

Martha Prewitt, Soprano; Andrew McEvoy, Guitar

 

[Break]

 

Turlurù/La Bergamasca -Traditional Northern Italian melody/Marco Uccellini

Gabrielle Maes, Soprano

Chris Johnston and Raphael Seligmann, Baroque Violins; 

Andrew McEvoy, Guitar

Pairs: "Echoes of Inisfree," Ayreheart and Paul Willson

9-22-2018 6:30-9pm

Blue Bee Cider

Paul Willson and Friends, 7pm

Selections from the album “I Made Friends With A Dragon,” and other Irish traditional music:

REELS: Sliver Spear/Mullin's Fancy

Song: Lowlands Of Holland (Key of D) - Traditional

Song: Cunla (Key of D) - Traditional

JIGS: Humours of Ballyloughlin/Coppers and Brass

Song: Oh, Sister - Traditional 

REELS: Maids of Mt. Cisco/Boys of Malin

Song- Wild Mountain Thyme (Key of D) - Traditional

Pipe Tune: O'Carolan's Concerto

Song- Jock O'Hazeldean (D)

REELS: Tempest/Maids Of Castlebar

Song- I Made Friends With A Dragon (D) Original 
Tunes: I made Friends with a dragon(Original/Nell Fee's (Trad.)

Song- Rain In the Desert (G) - Original

SLIDES: Star Above The Garter/Rathawaun/Merrily Kissed The Quaker

Matthew O'Donnell-

tenor guitar, fiddle, bodhran, tin whistle, vocals


Stewart Pittman-

Uillean Pipes, bodhran, tin whistle, bones 


Paul Willson-

Vocals, Guitar, Fiddle

Ayreheart, 8pm

Selections to be chosen from:

Pastime with Good Company - King Henry VIII

My Lady Carey’s Domp. - Anon.

The Queen’s Treble - John Johnson

Over the Green Earth - Ronn McFarlane

Grandaddy’s Jig - Ronn McFarlane

Cathedral Cave - Ronn McFarlane

Indigo Road - Ronn McFarlane

Carolan’s Welcome - Turlough O’Carolan

Banish Misfortune - Traditional Irish

The Battle of Harlow - Trad. Scottish

Pipe on the Hob - Trad. Irish

The Cliffs of Moher - Trad. Irish

Hey My Nanny - Trad. Scottish

Guzzle Together - Trad. Scottish

Clear Creek - Ronn McFarlane

Augusta - Ronn McFarlane

Snapdragon - Ronn McFarlane

Ronn McFarlane, Lutenist

Willard Morris,

Collascione, Fretless Bass, Electric Violin, Mandolin

Mattias Rucht

Frame Drum, Cajón, Udu and aux. percussion

Classical Incarnations at the Hof, September 9th 2018

Seguidilla “En el Bastion de Sevilla”– Bizet

Hannah Magnelli, Soprano; Andrew McEvoy, Guitar

[Break]

Viola da Gamba Improvisation

Niccolo Seligmann

L’Eraclito Amoroso– Barbara Strozzi

Jessica Wakelyn, Soprano; Andrew McEvoy, Guitar; Niccolo Seligmann, Viola da Gamba; Angela Lehman-Rios, Cello

Lirone Improvisation

Niccolo Seligmann

[Break]

Nocturne . . . Samuel Barber

Daniel Stipe, Piano

Three Lieder- Gustav Mahler

      “Ging heut’; Morgen übers Feld” from Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen

      “Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen” from Rückert Lieder

      “Wer hat dies Liedlein erdacht?” from Des Knaben Wunderhorn

Erin Wind, Soprano; Hope Armstrong-Erb, Piano

[Break]

Triad I, version for clarinet in A and string piano – Robert Andrew Scott

Katrina Goodwin, Clarinet; Robert Andrew Scott, String Piano

Three Dances– Andrew York

I.              Bagatelle

II.            Sarabande

III.          Gigue

Andrew McEvoy, Guitar

Fiddle tunes for violin with clarinet and accompaniment – Robert Andrew Scott

I.          Pelog Treble

II.         Boundless Circle

III.        Shalit Fly

Katrina Goodwin, Clarinet; Robert Andrew Scott, Fiddle; Daniel Stipe, Piano Drone

“Quando M’en Vo”– Puccini

Hannah Magnelli, Soprano; Daniel Stipe, Piano

Classical Incarnations at the Hof, August 5th 2018

Deutsch Tanz – Anonymous 

David Robbins and Lauren Serpa, Recorders

 

Three songs - Johannes Brahms

     Von ewiger Liebe, op. 43, no. 1 (Of Eternal Love)

     Botschaft, op. 47, no. 1 (Message)

     Vorschneller Schwur, op. 95, no. 5 (A Rash Oath)

Erin Wind, Mezzo-Soprano ; Hope Armstrong Erb, Piano

 

Intermezzo Op. 118 No. 2 – Brahms 

David Robbins, Piano

 

Two Songs – Richard Strauss 

     Kling

    Für funfzehn Pfennige

Stephanie Auld, Soprano ; David Robbins, Piano

 

Graceful Ghost Concert Variations - William Bolcomb

Becca Longhenry, Violin; Alyssa Darwin, Piano

 

Fantaisie Impromptu – Frederich Chopin

Natalie Christensen, Piano

 

Selection TBA

Matt Gold, Bass

 

Transcendental Etudes – Franz Lizst

    No. 1 “Prelude”

    No. 2 in A minor

    No. 3 “Landscape”

    No. 4 “Mazeppa”

Daniel Brown, Piano

 

Until Next Time – Kenji Bunch

Caleb Paxton, Viola

Classical Incarnations at the Hof, July 8 2018

Pineapple Rag - Scott Joplin

Reyna Pannell and Becca Longhenry, violins

 

Etude no.1 - Heitor Villa-Lobos

Prelude no.4 - Heitor Villa-Lobos

John Cruz, guitar

 

Heroic Polonaise in Ab - Chopin

David Robbins, piano

 

Tombeau sur la Morte de Claude Debussy - Manuel de Falla

La Fille Aux Cheveux de Lin - Debussy

Andrew McEvoy, guitar

 

Solo TBA

Michael Knowles, Cello

 

MoonLight Sonata - L.V. Beethoven

    I. Adagio Sostenuto

    II. Allegretto

   III. Presto Agitato

David Robbins, piano

 

Lachrimae Pavane - John Dowland

Bagatelle - Andrew York

Andrew McEvoy, guitar

 

Souvenir de Curis - Guillaume Pâque
Nobody Does it Better (from the Spy Who Loved Me)  - Hamlisch & Sager
Aprés un Rêve - Gabriel Fauré

Pure Imagination (from Willy Wonka) - Bricusse & Anthony

Tie a Yellow Ribbon - Levine & Brown

Richmond Cello Orchestra

 

 

Resonance of the Spirit @ VMFA, 7 p.m.

Da Pacem Domine    Arvo Pärt (b.1935)
The Piedmont Singers of Central Virginia

Remarks    Classical Revolution RVA

Christe, Du Lamm Gottes    Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
Classical Revolution RVA Chamber Orchestra, Erin Freeman Conductor
The Piedmont Singers of Central Virginia

Berliner Messe    Arvo Pärt (b.1935)

  • Kyrie
  • Gloria
  • Erster Alleluiavers zum Weinachtsfest
  • Zweiter Alleuiavers zum Weinachtsfest
  • Erster Alleluiavers zum Pfingsfest
  • Zweiter Alleluiavers zum Pfingsfest
  • Veni Sancte Spiritus
  • Credo
  • Sanctus
  • Agnus Dei

Classical Revolution RVA Chamber Orchestra, Erin Freeman, Conductor

The Piedmont Singers of Central Virginia

“Berliner Messe” for 11-piece string orchestra arranged by John White, edited by Helena von Reuden and Andrew McEvoy

Performers:

Erin Freeman, Conductor

 

The Piedmont Singers of Central Virginia:

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Abby Outlaw, Soprano

Pam McDermott, Soprano

Daniel Stipe, Bass

Ian Richardson, Bass

Kyle Nielsen, Tenor

Scott Crissman, Tenor

Sarah Frook Gallo, Alto

Helena von Rueden, Alto

 

Chamber Orchestra

 

Meredith Riley, Concertmaster

Violaine Michelle, 1st violin

Faith Hofma, 1st Violin

 

Anna Bishop, Principal 2nd Violin

Naima Burrs, 2nd Violin

Katharine Woolridge, 2nd Violin

 

Kim Ryan, Principal Viola

Caleb Paxton, Viola

 

Steven Honigberg, Principal Cello

Stephanie Barrett, Cello

 

Ayça Kartari, Principal Bass

Classical Incarnations @ The Hof, 8 p.m.

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, I. Allegro - Mozart, trans. Singer (5)
Sharon Berg, piano

Fêtes galantes, Series I - Debussy
En sourdine

En sourdine by Paul Verlaine
Translation copyright © by Emily Ezust, from the LiederNet Archive -- http://www.lieder.net/ 
Calm in the half-day
That the high branches make,
Let us soak well our love
In this profound silence.

Let us mingle our souls, our hearts
And our ecstatic senses
Among the vague langours
Of the pines and the bushes.

Close your eyes halfway,
Cross your arms on your breast,
And from your sleeping heart
Chase away forever all plans.

Let us abandon ourselves
To the breeze, rocking and soft,
Which comes to your feet to wrinkle
The waves of auburn lawns.

And when, solemnly, the evening
From the black oaks falls,
The voice of our despair,
The nightingale, will sing.

Fantoches

Fantôches by Paul Verlaine
Translation copyright © 2007 by Laura Claycomb and Peter Grunberg

Scaramouche and Pulcinella, 
brought together by some evil scheme
gesticulate, black beneath the moon.

Meanwhile, the learned doctor
from Bologna slowly gathers
medicinal herbs in the brown grass.

Then his sassy-faced daughter
sneaks underneath the arbor
half-naked, in quest

Of her handsome Spanish pirate,
whose distress a languorous nightingale
deafeningly proclaims.

Clair de lune

Clair de lune by Paul Verlaine
Translation copyright © 2000 by Peter Low
Your soul is a chosen landscape
charmed by masquers and revellers
playing the lute and dancing and almost
sad beneath their fanciful disguises!

Even while singing, in a minor key,
of victorious love and fortunate living
they do not seem to believe in their happiness,
and their song mingles with the moonlight,

the calm moonlight, sad and beautiful,
which sets the birds in the trees dreaming,
and makes the fountains sob with ecstasy,
the tall slender fountains among the marble statues!

4 Lieder, Op. 36 - Richard Strauss (11)

Das Rosenband

In spring shade I found her, 
and bound her with rosy ribbons: 
she did not feel it, 
and slumbered on. 
 I looked at her; 
my life hung with that gaze on her life: 
I felt it well, 
but knew it not. 
 But I whispered wordlesly to her
and rustled the rosy ribbons. 
Then she awoke from her slumber. 
 She looked at me; 
her life hung with this gaze on my life: 
and around us it became Elysium.

Stephanie Auld, soprano; David Robbins, piano

Passacaglia in G minor - Biber (10)
Becca Longhenry, violin

Prelude and Motet - Robert Andrew Scott (15)
Brandon Simmons, flute; Gary White, recorder; Caleb Paxton, viola

- Intermission -

TBA (8)
Matthew Gold, bass; Daniel Stipe, piano

Three Tangos - Piazzolla (10)
Alanna North, violin; Michael Knowles, cello

Improvisation
Niccolo Seligmann, viola da gamba

 

Prelude in D minor - Bach
Prelude No. 1 - Villa-Lobos (7)

John Cruz, guitar

Helen All Alone - Ian Richardson
Men Improve with the Years - Ian Richardson (10)

Ian Richardson, bass-baritone; Daniel Stipe, piano

 

Classical Incarnations @ The Hof, 8 p.m.

Sonata in D minor for two flutes - Jean-Jacques Naudot (7)

Canonic Sonata No. 2 in D major for two flutes - G P Telemann (6)

            Patricia Werrell and Christine Ertell, Flutes

Sonata K. 234 – Domenico Scarlatti (7)

            Andrew McEvoy and Ron Alig, Guitars

Scenes from Dido and Aeneas –Henry Purcell (20)

Capitol Opera Richmond:
Gabrielle Maes, Mezzo-Soprano/Artistic Director

Chamber Ensemble:
Daniel Stipe, harpsichord
Sarah Huebsch, baroque oboe
Kate Tibbetts, baroque flute
Kelsey Schilling, baroque bassoon/recorder
Raphael Seligmann, baroque viola
Christina Jennings, baroque cello

Capitol Opera Richmond will present a full production May 31st, June 1-9
www.CapitolOperaRichmond.com - tickets

***Intermission***

Quasi una Fantasia – Ludwig Van Beethoven  (8.5)

Natalie Christensen, Piano

Allegretto Quasi Minuetto from Cello Sonata in E minor Op. 38 – Johannes Brahms  (7)

Noah Fotis, Horn, Daniel Stipe, Piano

Pacoça (Chorô) – Celso Machado (3)

Andrew McEvoy and Ron Alig, Guitars

Six Kentish Trios - Geoff Warren (13)

I   - French May
II  - Ragged Jack
III - Summer Land
IV - Canterbury Bells
V - Devil in the Bush
VI - Stone Reach

"Three Graces" Flute Trio: Deborah Saidel; Heidi Thurmond; Michelle Matts

Acoustic Suite – Johnny Hargrove (8)

Johnny Hargove, Guitar and Voice

Minueto Pomposo from Tonadilla – Joaquin Rodrigo (7)

Andrew McEvoy and Ron Alig, Guitars

Andante Mesto “Souvenir D’Espagne,” – Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (7)

Andrew McEvoy, Guitar
Faith Hofma, Violin I
Becca Longhenry, Violin II
Melissa Jones, Viola
Jackie Spears, Cello

Wolfie Time: Music and Activities for the Whole Family @ Gather, 10 a.m.

STUDENT RECITAL - 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

City Singers Elementary Choir and City Singers Upper Choir

Little Firefly
(arr. Larry Schultz) quotes W. Mozart

Alleluia from Exultate, jubilate
(arr. Henry Leck)

The Weather Song

Spring Pools music
(text Robert Frost) 

Director of the Choir: Leslie Dripps

Piano: Danielle Gibbons


Ben Chandler, Piano

Symphony No. 40, K,550 I. Mov. Molto Allegro

Isaac Robinson, Violin

Sonata No. 36, K 547 - I. Mov. Andante Cantabile
Sharon Berg, Piano  

Ryan Muller, Ukulele

Eine Kleine Nachtmusic, K 525 II. Mov. Romanze 

Daisy Colgin, Violin

Sonatain E minor, K. 304, I. Allegro
Lexi Colgin, Piano

Angeli Velasco, Piano

Sonata in C, KV 545II. Mov. Andante

Shaily Pal, Violin

String Quartet No.15, K. 421/417b III. Menuetto
Sharon Berg Piano

Isaac Robinson, Violin

Table Music Del Spiegel (The mirror) Allegro

Grace Robinson, Violin  


Students of Kimberly Ryan

Violins:
Raquel Anongos
Daisy Colgin
Fielding Teague
Isabel Kump
Aditya Joshi
Candice Santos

Violas:
Jordan Warren
Chloe Santos

Cello:
Schuyler Slack
Sara Bennett Wolfe

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K 525 I. Mov. Allegro 

"Amadeus"
arrangement by Jamin Hoffman

(Here is the music from the dramatic opening scene of the movie "Amadeus." It's actually the first movement of "Symphony 25, K.183/173dB")


"Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" Suzuki Variations and Theme

Lead by Kimberly Ryan

Sharon Berg - Piano


Magic Flute Story Time - 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Narrator - Steven Witmer
Queen - Michele Baez
Pamina - Stephanie Auld
Tamino - Michael Grey
Papagena - Sharon Munz
Papageno - Chase Peak

Lamb - Pierson Marshall

Bear - Lauren Witmer.
Piano- David Robbins


Parade - 1:00 pm   

Parade to Kings of Pops to have a special Mozart popsicle!

Clover Hill High School “Marching Cavaliers!”
Director of the Band:  Brianna Gatch

Eine Kleine Brunch Musik @ Urban Farmhouse, 11 a.m.

1. Serenade for Winds in C minor, K. 388, I. Allegro, II. Andante, IV. Allegro

The Chamber Chicks (Meg Burley, flute; Lisa Bilski, oboe; Katrina Goodwin, clarinet; Lindsay Tupper, bassoon; Gretchen Georgas, French horn)

2. Requiem in D minor, K. 626, Lacrimosa. Ave Verum Corpus, K. 618. 

Vocal octet: Erin Stuhlman, Lynne Read, Steve Read, Kevin Barger, Abby Outlaw-Giles, Charlie Inch, Wesley Pollard, and Vivienne Gire

3. Jubilate Deo, Canon, and the Overture to the Magic Flute.

Horn quartet: Ben Strecker, Amy Roberts, Gretchen Georgas, and Amanda Burton

4. Quintet in A major for Clarinet and Strings, K. 581, I. Allegro, II. Larghetto, III. Menuetto--Trio I--Trio II, Allegretto con Variazioni.

Treesa Gold and Violaine Michel, violins; Danielle Wiebe, viola; Schuyler Slack, cello; David Perry, clarinet

5. Sonata for Piano and Violin in E minor, K. 304, I. Allegro, II. Tempo di Menuetto.

Violaine Michel, violin; Hope Armstrong Erb, piano

6. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525, trans. for piano by Otto Singer, I. Allegro, II. Romanze: Andante, III. Menuetto: Allegretto, IV. Rondo: Allegro.

Sharon Berg, piano