Recitals

Friday Afternoon Concert: October 26

The next Friday Afternoon Concert includes music for two violins by Orlando Gibbons (performed by Jacob Oaks and faculty member Roger Zahab), J.S. Bach's Suite no. 5 for cello (performed by faculty member Paula Tuttle) and a new work by student composer Casey McMullen. Roger Zahab rounds out the program with Eugène Ysaÿe"s Sonata no. 1 for violin.

Friday Afternoon Concert: October 19

The next Friday Afternoon Concert will feature music by J.S. Bach for cello performed by faculty artist Paula Tuttle along with new music for piano from the Composition I class. The program will include new compositions by Dan Rothman, Casey McMullen, Kenneth Thomas, Max Snyder, Emma Lebo, Connor Lindsay, Jordan Bender, Ben Volk, and Peter Hu.

 

Honors Recital

Duo op.7, Zoltán Kodály

Allegro serioso,  non troppo 

Eric Cyphers, cello
Roger Zahab, violin*


String Quartet No. 4 in E minor, Op. 44 No. 2, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

I. Allegro assai appassionato
II. Scherzo: Allegro di molto
III. Andante
IV. Presto agitato 

Music Monday: January 30

The next Music Monday features music for strings. Natalya Bondarchuk (cello) and Matthew Slesinski (violin) perform solo music by J.S. Bach, Slesinski and faculty member Roger Zahab perform, music for two violins by Judith Weir, and violist Brandon Falcona, joins the performers for Beethoven's String Quartet in a minor, opus 132.

Music Monday: November 28

Our next Music Monday features a brand new work for tabla and string quartet by Nicholas Grieneisen, a new song cycle for tenor and piano trio by Thomas Scheurich, music for winds and strings by Haydn, Scarlatti, and Telemann, and a wind quintet by Samuel Barber. All works will be performed by our talented students and faculty.