Mu Phi Epsilon
Dallas Alumni Chapter

HomeNewsletterMeetingsConcert SeriesInterviewsPast NewslettersScholarshipsConventionsMusical EventsContact Us

Programs are posted here as they are received.

Return to Concert Schedule
Performers - vitas will be posted as they are received

All concerts are FREE.
                                                  FALL                            SPRING


September 28

Azul Piano Duo: Hye-young Song and Amy Gustafson

   Petite Suite by Claude Debussy

   Spanish Dances, Op. 12 by Moritz Moskowski

   Souvenirs, Op. 28 by Samuel Barber

   Six Morceaux, Op. 11 by Sergei Rachmaninov

   Cuban Overture by George Gershwin

October 5

Menagerie Multicultural Ensemble

   Vou Vivendo (Choro)
      by Pixinguinha and Benedito Lacerda

   In a Far Away Fairyland (Kazakh Folk Song) 
      by Wang LouBin; arranged by Daniel Pardo 

   Lao Duang Duen (Thai Traditional Song) 
      by Prince Benbadhanabongse; 
      arranged by Jokobo “Sopon” Suwannakit

   A Bookworm Stumbling on the Horse is Coming 
  (Taiwanese Folk Song) 
      by Fu-Jen Shi; arranged by Sheng-hsin Lin

   La Dama de la Ciudad (Venezuelan Song) 
      by Frank Quintero 

   Doce de Coco (Choro) 
      by Jacob do Bandolim 

   Brasileirinho (Choro) 
      by Waldir Azevedo  

      by Kent Shores 

October 12

Jeffery Ou, piano

   Sonata in F Major, K.533/494  
      by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

   Partita No.2 in D Minor for Solo Violin, BWV 1004
      by Johann Sebastian Bach

   V. Ciaccona (Transcribed for the Left Hand Alone)
      by Johannes Brahms
   Etude, op.10 no.3 "Tristesse" by Frederic Chopin 
   Etude, op.25 no.12 "Ocean" by Frederic Chopin 

   Hungarian Rhapsody no.11 in A Minor, S.244/11
      by Franz Liszt
   Prelude, op.23 no.4 in D Major 
      by Sergei Rachmaninoff

October 19

Young-Hyun Cho, piano

   Sonata No. 30 in E major, Op. 109
   by Ludwig van Beethoven

   Sonata No. 31 in A-flat major, Op. 110
by Ludwig van Beethoven 

   Chaconne in D minor by Johann Sebastian Bach;
   Ferruccio Busoni

October 26

Mary Alice Rich and Friends Chamber Ensemble
Music by Mary Alice Rich

   Piano Quartet 
      Emily Hartnett, piano
      Mary Alice Rich, violin
      Jane Aten, viola
      Gretchen Nichols, cello

      Debbie Ragsdale, flute
      Sonja Ryberg, viola
      Laura Logan Brandenburg, harp

   Sonata for Violin and Piano
      Mary Alice Rich, violin
      Laurie Shulman, piano

   Prologue from the opera "Wading Home"
   based on the novel about Hurricane Katrina
   by Rosalyn Story
      Dante Davis, bass-baritone
      Susan Poelchau, piano

November 2

Alessandro Mazzamuto, piano
Music by Frederic Chopin

   Etude op. 25 n. 10

   Etude op. 10 n. 12

   Etude op. 10 n. 6

   Etude op. 25 n. 11

   Nocturne op. 55 n. 1

   Impromptu - Fantasy op. 66

   Piano Sonata op. 35 n. 2 (I-II mov.)

   Scherzo op. 31 n. 2

November 9

Mount Vernon Music: Mark Miller, violin; Ute Miller, viola; Ron Clinton, piano

   Rondo in C for violin and piano by W.A. Mozart

   Gigue from Partita No. 2 for solo violin by J. S. Bach

   Viola Solo Sonata from 1937 by Paul Hindemith

   Two Pieces for viola and piano H.82 by Frank Bridge

   Meditation from "Thais" by Jules Massenet

   The Girl with the Flaxen Hair by Claude Debussy

   Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso
   by Camille Saint-Saëns

November 16


Abilene Chamber Players

   Quatour, Op. 2, No. 1 in Eb major for Clarinet, Violin,
   Viola, and Violoncello
  by Bernhard Henrik Crusell

   Trio Surprise for Clarinet, Viola and Violoncello
   by Heiner Reitz
   Quartet for Clarinet, Violin, Violoncello, and Piano
   by Peter Schickele

   Primavera Porteña by Astor Piazzolla


January 25

Leslie Spotz, piano

   Sonata in B flat Major, K. 333  by W.A. Mozart

   Pictures at an Exhibition by Modeste Mussorgsky

February 1

Joseph Kingma, piano

   Piano Sonata in D major, K. 311 by W.A. Mozart

   Fantasie in F minor, Op. 49
by F. Chopin

   Etudes Op. 10
by F. Chopin

February 8

Eunice Keem, violin and Anastasia Markina, piano

Sonata in G major, K. 14 by Domenico Scarlatti
   Sonata in B minor, K. 27
by Domenico Scarlatti

   Sonata in C Major, K330, Allegro moderato
by W. A. Mozart

   Poeme, Op. 25
by Ernest Chausson

   Clair de Lune
by Claude Debussy
by Isaac Isaac Albeniz
  Tzigane - Rapsodie de Concert
by Maurice Ravel

February 15

Violin Students of Jan Sloman
with Deborah Austin-Totter, piano

   Allegro by Fiocco
          Lizzie Boyson

   G Concerto, mvt.1 by Haydn
          Clara Kim
   E Partita, mvts. 1, 2, and 3 by Bach
          Karah Cruse

   E Partita, mvts. 4,5,6, and 7 by Bach
   Symphony Espagnole, mvt.1 by Lalo
          Megan Lin

February 22

Caen Thomason-Redus, flute; Cole Burger, piano
A Recital of Music by African-American and African Diaspora Composers

    Harvard Square by Shawn Okpebholo

   An Evolving Romance by Jeffrey Mumford

   Three Visions by William Grant Still

   Spiritual Suite by Margaret Bonds

   Troubled Water  by Margaret Bonds

   Suite for Violin and Piano, op. 3
   by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

   Amazing Grace Variations by Caen Thomason-Redus

   Alma by Tania León

   Here’s One by William Grant Still

   Mother and Child by William Grant Still

   Quit dat’ Fool’nish by William Grant Still

March 1

Hye-Young Song, piano

Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring by Johann Sebastian Bach

   Sheep May Safely Graze by Johann Sebastian Bach

   Moments Musicaux D. 780 by Franz Schubert

   Fantasie in F minor, Op.49 by Frédéric Chopin

   Preludes, Book I by Claude Debussy
     The Girl with the Flaxen Hair
     The Engulfed Cathedral
     The Hills of Anacapri

   Etude No. 4 “Embraceable You”
  by George Gershwin

   Etude No. 6 “I Got Rhythm”  by George Gershwin

March 8

Jonathan Tsay, piano

   Mélancolie, FP 105  by Francis Poulenc

   Piano Sonata (in one movement), Op 1. by Alban Berg

   Selections from “George Gershwin's Songbook” 
   by George Gershwin
     1. Swanee
     2. Who Cares? (So Long As You Care For Me)
     3. Oh, Lady Be Good!
     4. Fascinating Rhythm
     5. That Certain Feeling
     6. Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away)
     7. I Got Rhythm

   Five Sketches, Op.4  by  Jiang Wen-Ye

   Nottorno from “Six Pieces for Piano”
by Ottorino Respighi

   Danzas Argentinas, Op. 2 by Alberto Ginastera

March 15

Nathaniel Earhart, guitar

   Pavane No.1 by Luis Milan
   Pavane No. 6
   Pavane No. 2
   Fantasia No. 8
   Fantasia No. 11

   Mazurka Appassionata
 by Augustin Barrios Mangore
   Aire de Zamba
   Prelude No. 3 by Hector Villa-Lobos
   Etude No. 1
   Etude No. 3
   Etude No. 4
   Etude No. 6
   Etude No. 7

  Taos Suite by Robert Guthrie

March 22

Open Classical All Stars
Mark Landson, viola; Brent Buemi, clarinet; and Thiago Nascimento, piano

   Kegelstatt Trio by Wofgang A Mozart

   Romantic Pieces Op. 83 by Max Bruch

April 12

Camille King, soprano and Adam Gordon, Baroque trumpet with Hannah Payne, piano

“Combatta un gentil cor” from Tito Manlio
   by Antonio Vivaldi

   “O Sleep, Why Do Dost Thou Leave Me”
   by George F. Handel
   “Endless Pleasure” from Semele

   Sonata for Trumpet in D by Alessandro Stradella

   Keyboard Sonata in B minor
   by Domenico Scarlatti

   Rompe sprezza by Alessandro Scarlatti
   Mio Tesoro per te moro

   Solfegietto by C.P.E Bach

   “The Soldier Tired of Wars Alarms” from Artaxerxes
   by Thomas Arne

    Keyboard Sonata in B minor by C.P.E Bach

   “Let The Bright Seraphim” from Samson
   by George F. Handel

April 19

Texas A&M University-Commerce Chamber Singers - Randall Hooper, conductor

   Mass for Four Voices by William Byrd
   Ecco Mormorar I’onde by Claudio Monteverdi
   Adoramus Te Quirino by Gasparini

   Autumn by Joshua Shank
   Love Walked In by Ira and George Gershwin

   Liebeslieder Walzer by Johannes Brahms

   The Word Was God by Rosephanye Powell
   Sing Me to Heaven by Daniel Gawthrop
   Saints Bound for Heaven arr. Robert Shaw and Alice Parker
   Walk Together, Children arr. Moses Hogan


Contact Information
President / General Information - Mary Ann Taylor:
Website - Mary Williams:
Concert Series - Kimla Beasley:
VP/Membership - Lisa Beyer:
Programs - Amy Canchola:

Mu Phi Epsilon International: