Recitals

Animé Bop Presents Pittsburgh Composers

Animé BOP! will present a concert of recent works by composers with Pittsburgh roots. The program will include Nancy Galbraith's Incantation & Allegro, James Ogburn's Complements and Collisions, the premieres of eX (e to the x) by Mark S. Fromm, Semplicemente by Noah Rectenwald, and Robert Frankenberry's arrangement of Daron Aric Hagen's Tryst. Animé BOP! will also screen Will Zavala's short film Virgil Cantini: The Artist in Public while performing Philip Thompson's score live.

University of Pittsburgh String Quartet

The University of Pittsburgh String Quartet performs Beethoven and Dvorak on the Heinz Memorial Chapel Concert Series.

Beethoven: Quartet in F, op. 59, no. 1“Rasumovsky”
Roger Zahab & Jennifer Hess, violins; Erin Araujo, viola; Eric Gratta, cello

Dvorak: Quintet in G, op. 77
Roger Zahab & Jennifer Hess, violins; Andrew Macgregor, viola; Eric Gratta, cello Gabriel Harris, double bass

Thursday Noon Recital: November 29

The next Thursday Noon Recital features music by Franz Schubert, performed by Vivien Sun, and faculty artist Paula Tuttle performing Bach's Cello Suite no. 2.

Franz Schubert's Sonatina in D major, op. 137, no. 1, D 384 (1816)                                   
            Allegro molto
            Andante
            Allegro vivace

Vivien Sun, violin
Roger Zahab, piano

Music for Violin and Piano

Pianist Donna Amato and violinist Warren Davidson team up for a concert of music for violin and piano (or piano and violin). The program features Carson Cooman's Sonata #3 for Violin and Piano, Opus 950. Cooman himself will present for the performance. Also on the program are John Williams' famous Theme from Schindler's List, Beethoven's Sonata in A major for piano and violin, Opus 12, #2, and Carlos Gardel's Tango (Por una Cabeza).