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September 29

Barbara Biggers, harp - Dallas Harp Society

Nocturne, by Alan Hovhaness

   Gitana, by Alphonse Hasselmans

   Prelude in b minor J. S. Bach, arr. by Siloti

   Vers la Source dans le Bois, by Marcel Tournier

   Valses Poeticos, by Enrique Granados

   Colorado Trail,
by Marcel Grandjany

   Nocturne, by Alphonse Hasselmans

October 6

Texas Flute Society, with Alan Dyer, piano

Poem Charles Griffes, by Karena Pezzullo
   To Greet the Sun by Katherine Hoover
         Paula Hartsough

   ‘maya’ by Ian Clarke
        Joelle Gnikpingo and Julee Kim Walker

   Image by Eugene Bozza
        Shauna Thompson

   Three Romances, op. 94, # II , by Robert Schumann
        Mary Kerr

   Kokopeli, by Katherine Hoover
        Melissa Arthur

   Aria, Op. 48, No. 1, by Ernst von Dohnányi
        Hannah Leffler

   Sonatina Mvt 1, by Eldin Burton
        Bethany Padgett

   Futatsu No Den-En-Shi, by Katsutoshi Nagasawa
        Carolyn Keyes, flute, Tim Courtney, guitar

   Salsita! by Victor Rojas
        TFS Board Member Flute Choir:
        Maria Gabriela Alvarado, Melissa Arthur, Christine Cleary, Chris Cox,
        Joelle Gnikpingo, Paula Hartsough, Cecilia Hamilton, Ellen Kaner,
        Mary Kerr, Carolyn Keyes, Hannah Leffler, Won Lee, Bethany Padgett,
        Karena Pezzullo, Karen Robbins, Diana Sparacin, Shauna Thompson,
        Julee Kim Walker

October 13

Sohyun Ahn, piano

Arabesque in C minor, Op. 18, by Robert Schumann

    Selections from Suite Bergamasque, by Claude Debussy
       Clair de lune

    Sonata in A Major, K. 331, by Wolfgang A. Mozart

    Nocturne in B-flat minor, Op. 9 No. 1, by Frederic Chopin
    Nocturne in E-flat Major, Op. 9 No. 2
    Etude in C minor, Op. 10 No. 4
    Etude in G-flat Major, Op.10 No. 5
    Etude in F Major, Op.10 No. 8

    Fantasy in F minor Op. 49, by Frederic Chopin

October 20

Ling (Holly) Hang and Kristen Thompson - clarinets with Chie Watanabe, piano

Introduction, Theme, and Variations by Gioachino Rossini
                              Kristen Thompson

    Sonata, Op. 128 per clarinetto e pianoforte  by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco
                              Kristen Thompson

    Sonata in G minor for clarinet and piano by James Rae
                             Holly Hang

    Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat op.23 for two clarinets and piano by
    Iwan Müller
                             Holly Hang and Kristen Thompson

October 27

Opera on Tap:
Ivey Barr, mezzo; Avanti Dey, mezzo; Brianna Clancy, mezzo; Rachel Davies, mezzo; Laurie Lindemeier, soprano; Judith Rodriguez, soprano; Katie Wick, soprano; Kelly Wolff, soprano; and Kyle Hancock, baritone

    Romanza from the Zarzuela opera "Chateau Margaux"
    by Manuel Fernandez Caballero
          Judith Rodriguez

    Svegliatevi nel core from “Julius Caeser” by George F Handel
          Ivey Barr

    Stride la vampa from "Il Trovatore: by by Giuseppe Verdi
          Avanti Dey

    The Hours Creep on Apace from “H.M.S. Pinafore” by Gilbert & Sullivan
          Kelly Wolff

    Black Swan from "The Medium" by Gian CarloMenotti
          Katie Wick

    Mon coeur s'ouvre à ta voix from "Samson and Delilah" by Camille Saint Saëns
          Rachel Davies

    Card Trio En Vain pour Eviter from "Carmen" by Georges Bizet
          Rachel Davies, Ivey Barr and Katie Wick

    Mi tradi from "Don Giovanni" by Wolfgang A Mozart
          Brianna Clancy

     Ach, wir Armen, Armen Leute from “Hansel and Gretel”
     by Englebert Humperdink
          Kyle Hancock

November 3

Min Kyung Kim, piano

  Italian Concerto BWV 971, by Johann Sebastian Bach

    Piano Sonata in F-sharp minor, Op. 25, No. 5, by Muzio Clementi

    Waltzes Op. 64, No. 1-3, by Frederic Chopin

    Ochos Valses Poeticos, by Enrique Granados

November 10

Jeong Hoon Lee, flute and Jieun Lee, piano  [CHANGE]

    Sonata in F Major, HWV. 369 by George Frideric Handel

    Sonata for flute and piano by Francis Poulenc

                Jeong Hoon Lee, flute and Jieun Lee, piano

    Piano Sonata No. 3 in a minor, Op. 28 by Sergei Prokofiev

    Allegro de Concierto, Op.46 by Enrique Granados

               Jieun Lee, Piano

   Suite Antique by John Rutter

               Jeong Hoon Lee, flute and Jieun Lee, piano

November 17

Brandi Estwick, mezzo-soprano and Eddie Healy, guitar  [CHANGE]

Suite in Dm by Robert de Visée

    No. 4, Op. 31 by Fernando Sor
    Lagrime mie d'affanno
    Si mes vers avaient des ailes by Reynaldo Hahn
    Il fervido desiderio by Vincenzo Bellini
    Nocturne no. 2, Op. 4 by Johann Kasper Mertz

    Du bist die Ruh by Franz Schubert
    Gretchen am Sprinnrade
    An die Musik

    Cantilène Espagnole by José Ferrer
    Jota, from "Siete canciones populares Españolas" by Manuel de Falla
    Tango Angelita by Celedonio Romero 
    Canción al arbol del olvido by Alberto Ginastera
    La Madrileña by Isidoro Hernández

January 26

Musical Arts Club - 100th Anniversary

Historical Introduction by Linda Proch

    Everyone Sang
    Text by Siegfried Loraine Sassoon and music by Nelta Owen
    Conductor: Nelta Owen
         Choral Ensemble: Sheila Case, Jeannie Clark Fisher, Marilyn Irons,
         Margaret Jarvis, Eleanor Mantrom, Marla Quimby, Claudia Jameson,
         Janette Williams-Tull, Joan Merriman, Paula Dial, Sandy Phillips
         Violin: Linda Proch
         Cello: Gretchen Nichols
         Piano: Nicki Lyford

    The Culinary Tarantella
    Text and musical arrangement by Jeannie Clark Fisher
         Jeannie Clark Fisher, soprano
         Judi Altstatt, clarinet
         Gena Cannon, piano

    Trio for Flute, Oboe, and Piano by Madeleine Dring
    II. Andante semplice
         Debbie Ragsdale, flute
         Ceci Lagarenne, oboe
         Margaret Mulvey-Claiborne, piano

    A Mountain Meditation
    Text by Laniar Williams and music by Katherine Freiberger
       Claudia Jameson, soprano
       Pat Suitt, piano

    Serenade in E for Strings by Edward Elgar
    Allegro piacevole
       Linda Proch, Mary Alice Rich – violin 1
       June Jordan, Louise Rossi-Sklar – violin 2
       Peggy Tucker, Jane Linn Aten – viola
       Gretchen Nichols, Deb Perkins – cello

    See! Winter is Past
    Text: Song of Solomon, chapter 2, verse 11 & 12 and music by Mary Alice Rich
    Conductor: Deb Perkins
       Choral Ensemble: All Members of the Musical Arts Club*
       Piano: Susan Poelchau

*The Choral Ensemble consists of all of the above performers plus Edith Barton, Jane Echols, Frances Estes, Emily Hartnett, Barbara Jackson, Mary Lightfoot, Priscilla Long, Pierrette Mouledous, Susan Younghans, Pamela King Acker, Jackie Akin, Mary Beth Applewhite, Kathleen Berry, Sharon Knox Deuby, Robin Korevaar, Deborah Rothermel, Laurie Shulman.

February 2

Leslie Spotz, piano

    Sonata in C major, Op 53 “Waldstein," by Ludwig van Beethoven

    Sonata in F minor, Op. 57, "Appassionata," by Ludwig van Beethoven

February 9

Landon Chang and Xiao Wang, piano

February 16

Dameron Growe, tenor

February 23

Julee Kim Walker, flute with Alan Dyer, piano and Mary Kerr, Jessica Morrow, and Allison Adams Rojas, flutes

    Celebrating Women Composers

       Dawn Carol by Margaret Lowe
       Le Vent a Travers Les Ruines by Yuko Uebayashi
       Floris by Catherine McMichael
       Cantus Curatio III by Da Jeong Choi
       Song by Jennifer Higdon
       Town Light by Yuko Uebayashi
       Spirit Flight by Katherine Hoover
       Concertino by Cecile Chaminade

March 1

Szu-Ying Huang and Gustavo Romero, duo-piano

Piano Four Hands, by Beethoven

March 8

Eldred Marshall, piano

March 15

Catalin Dima, piano

March 22

Amy Gustafson, piano

March 29

Boulanger Quintet: Lakshmi Ananthakrishnan, violin; Sing-Yi Feng, violin; Shan Su, viola; Matthew Lewis, cello; Noah DeGarmo, piano

April  6

Luis Sanchez, piano studio


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 Sundays at 3 PM at the
J. Erik Jonsson Central Library First Floor Auditorium – 1515 Young St, Dallas
Schedule, programs and performer vitas are available
as received.

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