The Encore Saxophone Quartet – Douglas Masek, Ken Foerch, David Brennan, and Damon Zick – performs music by American composers – the program includes selections from Bernstein’s West Side Story, together with works by Jennifer Higdon, Jake Boring, Jim Self, and Bob Mintzer.
iPalpiti Soloists Davide de Asciniis, violin, and Sara de Ascaniis, piano perform Schubert: Fantasie in C major. D. 934, and Janácek: Violin Sonata.
iPalpiti Soloists Irakli Tsadaia & Davide de Ascaniis, Violins, Emma Wernig, Viola, Egor Antonenko, cello, Lauren Pierce, double bass, and So-Mang Jeagal, piano, perform Dvořák: String Quintet No. 2 in G major, opus 77, and João Guilherme Ripper: Piano Quintet “From My Window, No 3.″
Harpist Cristina Montes Mateo performs Rota: Sarabanda e toccata, Bochsa: Fantaisie sur un thème du Barbier de Séville de Rossini, 86 Fauré: Impromptu, Opus 86, E. Parish- Alvars: Great Fantasy in imitation of a mandolin, Britten: Suite for harp, Opus 8 3, and Renié: Légende d’après « Les Elfes » de Leconte de Lisle.
Emerging artists from the Colburn School’s Ed and Mari Edelman Chamber Music Institute perform chamber works by Beethoven, Brahms, Fauré, Bozza, Turina, and Shostakovich.
Pianist Nadia Shpachenko joins Judith Farmer, bassoon, Edgar López, clarinet, and Michael Tran, piano and toy piano, to perform Tom Flaherty: Airdancing for toy piano, piano, and electronics; Mozart: Trio in E-flat, K. 498, “Kegelstatt”; Gernot Wolfgang: Windows; and Thomas Kotcheff: “wgah’nagl fhtagn” for piano four hands and toy piano.
The Colburn Youth Orchestra, Maxim Eshkenazy, conductor, performs Kabalevsky: Cello Concerto No. 1 (with soloist Phoebe Chu) and Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade.
Pianist Harriet Stubbs performs Bach/Busoni: Chaconne in D minor; Shostakovich: Four Preludes from Opus 34; Prokofiev: Suggestion diabolique, Opus 4, No. 4; Ligeti: Etude No. 5, Arc-En-Ciel; Scriabin: Sonata No. 2 in G-sharp minor; and Chopin: Scherzo No. 2 in B-flat minor, Opus 31.
Baritone Ryan de Ryke and pianist Daniel Schlosberg perform Ein Liederabend – Mozart: Kantate, Die ihr des unermesslichen Weltalls, K. 619; Schubert: Der Fischer (Goethe), Auf dem See (Goethe), Der Zwerg (Collin), and Am Bach im Frühling (von Schober); and Schumann: Dichterliebe.
Honors Chamber Ensembles from the Colburn School’s Ed and Mari Edelman Chamber Music Institute perform selections by Smetana, Beethoven, Ewald, Muczynski, Brahms, and Grieg.
The Capitol Ensemble with soloists Phillip Levy and Jacqueline Brand (violins), Claire Brazeau (oboe), Martin Glicklich (flute), Erick Jovel (trumpet), Beth Peregrine (soprano), and Jeffrey Lavner (harpsichord), performs a Bach birthday celebration. Works include Concerto for Two Violins, BWV 1043, Concerto for Oboe and Violin, BWV 1060, three arias for soprano, violin, and continuo, and Brandenburg Concerto No. 2, BWV 1047.
The Young Musicians Foundation Debut Chamber Orchestra, Yuga Cohler, conductor, performs: Beethoven: Overture to Coriolan, Matthew Aucoin: Evidence, and Ravel: Mother Goose Suite.
Susan Greenberg (flute), Jonathan Davis (oboe), Michele Zukovsky (clarinet), Judith Farmer (bassoon), Amy Jo Rhine (horn), and Bernadene Blaha (piano) perform Mozart: Quintet for piano and winds, K. 452, Poulenc: Sextet for piano and winds, and Thuille: Sextet, Opus 6.
The Colburn Chamber Orchestra, Maxim Eshkenazy, director, performs Holst: St. Paul’s Suite, Purcell: Fairy Queen Suite, and Verdi: Symphony in E minor for Strings.
The Colburn Youth Orchestra, Maxim Eshkenazy, conductor, performs Saint-Saëns: Bacchanale from Samson and Delilah, Wagner: Elsa’s Procession from Lohengrin, Rimsky-Korsakov: Russian Easter Overture, and Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker Suite.