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    FALL 
 
September 29

Barbara Biggers, harp - Dallas Harp Society

   
Nocturne by Alan Hovhaness

    Gitana by Alphonse Hasselmans

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

    Vers la Source dans le Bois by Marcel Tournier

    Valses Poeticos #1, 5, 6, 7, 11 by Enrique Granados

    Colorado Trail by Marcel Grandjany

    Nocturne by Alphonse Hasselmans

October 6

Texas Flute Society
Members of the Texas Flute Society
with Alan Dyer, piano and Tim Courtney, guitar

   
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 by Robert Schumann
     II. Einfach, innig (simple, heartfelt)
          Mary Kerr

    Kokopeli by Katherine Hoover
          Melissa Arthur

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

    Sonatina by Eldin Burton
    I. Allegretto grazioso
          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
    Prélude
    Clair de lune


    Sonata in A Major, K. 331 by Wolfgang A. Mozart
    Andante grazioso
    Menuetto
    Alla Turka


    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
    II. Scherzo
    III. Lullaby

         Kristen Thompson

   
Sonata in G minor for clarinet and piano by James Rae
    I. Allegro vivo
    II.Andante espressivo
    III.Allegro con fuoco

          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; Judith Rodriguez, soprano; Katie Wick, soprano; Kelly Wolff, soprano; and Kyle Hancock, baritone


     Romanza de Angelita 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 Giuseppe Verdi
          Avanti Dey

    The Hours Creep on Apace f
rom Gilbert & Sullivan “H.M.S. Pinafore”
          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
    I. Allegro
    II. Andante
    III. Presto

    Piano Sonata in F-sharp minor, Op. 25, No. 5
by Muzio Clementi
    I. Allegro con espressione
    II. Lento e patetico
    III. Presto

    Waltzes
by Frederic Chopin
    Waltz in Db Major, Op. 64 no. 1
    Waltz in C# Minor, Op. 64 no. 2
    Waltz in B Minor, Op. 69 no. 2

    Ochos Valses Poeticos
by Enrique Granados
    Preludio
    No. 1 Melodioso
    No. 2 Tempo de Valse noble
    No. 3 Tempo de Valse lente
    No. 4 Allegro umoristico
    No. 5 Allegretto
    No. 6 Quasi ad libitum
    No. 7 Vivo
    No. 8 Presto-Tempo de Valse



November 10

Jeong Hoon Lee, flute and Jieun Lee, piano  


    Sonata in F Major, HWV. 369 by George Frideric Handel
    I. Grave
    II. Allegro
    III. Alla siciliana
    IV. Gigue (Allegro)

    Sonata for flute and piano
by Francis Poulenc  
    I. Allegretto malincolico
    II. Cantilena: Assez lent
    III. Presto giocoso
          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
    I. Prelude
    II. Ostinato
    III. Aria
    IV. Waltz
    V. Chanson
    VI. Rondeau
          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
    Heidenröslein
    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
  
 
  SPRING



January 31

Musical Arts Club - 100th Anniversary

   
Historical Introduction by Linda Proch

    Everyone Sang - Text by Siegfried Loraine Sassoon, nusic by 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, Obe and Piano by Madeleine Dring
       Debbie Ragsdale, flute
       Ceci Lagarenne, oboe
       Margaret Mulvey-Claiborne, piano
   
    A Mountain Meditation
- Text by Laniar Williams, music
   by Katherine Freiberger
       Claudia Jameson, soprano
       Pat Suitt, piano

    Serenade in E for Strings by Edward Elgar
       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,
    music by Mary Alice Rich
       Choral Ensemble: All Members of the Musical Arts Club*
       Conductor: Deb Perkins
       Piano: Susan Poelchau

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, saxophone and Xiao Wang, piano


   
Rapsodie Bretonne by Robert Bariller

    Sonate by Edison Denisov

    Elegy after Brahms by David Deboor Canfield

    Sonata in C-sharp for alto saxophone and piano by Fernande Decruck
   

February 16

Dameron Crowe, tenor with Anu Uranchimeg, piano

 
 Italian
    Caro mio ben by Tommaso Giordani
    Quando verra quel di by Vincenzo Bellini
    Core ngrato by Salvatore Cardillo
    Tuo Drudo e mio rivale by Georg Frederic Handel

   French
    Bonjour Suzon by Leo Delibe
    L'heure exquise by Reynaldo Hahn
    Clair de lune by Joseph Szulc
    Adieu by Gabriel Faure

   German
    Traum durch die dammerung by Richard Strauss
    Zuiegnung by Richard Strauss
    Allerseelen by Richard Strauss
    Die Nacht by Richard Strauss

   English
    Total Eclipse from "Samson and Delilah" by G.F. Handel
    Sure on This Shining Night by Samuel Barber
    There is a Balm in Gilead by Damien Sneed
    Everytime I Feel the Spirit by Damien Sneed
    There’s a Boat Dat’s Leavin’ Soon for New York from "Ragtime"
        by Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens

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

  
 3 Marches, Op.45 by Ludwig van Beethoven

    Six Variations, WoO 74 by Beethoven

    Sonata for Piano 4 hands in D major, Op.6 by Beethoven

    8 Variations on a Theme by Count Waldstein by Beethoven

    Fantaisie à quatre mains, Op.226 by Carl Czerny

    Sonatine, D.968 by Franz Schubert

    Night by Fazil Say


March 8

Eldred Marshall and Friends: Eldred Marshall, piano; Diego Villamil Gómez, violin; Diana Rosales, violin; Edwardo Ríos, viola; Zoltán Csikós, cello

    Sonata in E-flat Major, Op. 120 No. 2 by Johannes Brahms
        Edwardo Ríos, viola and Eldred Marshall, piano

    Piano Quintet No. 2 in A Major, op. 81 by Antonín Dvořák
        Diego Villamil Gómez, violin; Diana Rosales, violin; Edwardo Ríos, viola;
        Zoltán Csikós, cello; Eldred Marshall, piano  
   

March 15

Catalin Dima, piano
Beethoven 250

CANCELLED

   
Sonata No. 32 in C minor, op. 111 by Ludwig van Beethoven

    32 Variations in C minor, WoO 80 by Ludwig van Beethoven

    Sonata No. 23 in F minor, op. 57 “Appassionata” by Ludwig van Beethoven

March 22

Austin Simonds, piano and Friends: Austin Simonds, piano; Victor Musasia, baritone; Briana Villalba, clarinet


   
Etude Tableaux in E flat minor Op. 39 No. 5  by Sergei Rachmaninoff
       Austin Simonds, piano

    Aurora Winter by Austin D. Simonds
       Austin Simonds, piano

    Intermezzo in C sharp minor Op. 117 No. 3  by  Johannes Brahms
       Austin Simonds, piano

    Alone by Austin D. Simonds
       Victor Musasia, baritone,  and Austin Simonds, piano

    5-21 by Austin D. Simonds
       Austin Simonds, piano

    Solo de Concours by Andre Messager
       Briana Villalba, clarinet  and Austin Simonds, piano

    First Love by Austin D. Simonds
       Victor Musasia, baritone,  and Austin Simonds, piano

     Ballade No. 3 in A flat major Op. 47 by Frederic Chopin
       Austin Simonds, 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
 


 


All concerts are FREE - No tickets/reservations are needed
 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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President / General Information - Mary Ann Taylor: mataylor7@gmail.com
Website - Mary Williams: mwilliamstxtravel@yahoo.com
Concert Series - Kimla Beasley:
kbeasley@kybproductions.com
VP/Membership - Lisa Beyer: lisamariestorm@gmail.com
Programs - Amy Canchola: loscanchola@verizon.net

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