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Performers 2021-2022 - vitas will be posted as they are received

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All concerts are FREE.
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October 3

Heather Hawk, soprano and Leslie Spotz, piano

Dich, teure halle from "Tannhäuser"  by Richard Wagner

   Viens, mon bien aimée by Cécile Chaminade

   Fleur jetée by Gabriel Fauré

   Come scoglio from "Così fan tutte" by W.A.Mozart

   Io son l’umile ancella from "Adriana Lecouvreur" by Francesco Cilea
   Zdes‘ khorosho by Sergei Rachmaninoff

   I Shall Not Live In Vain by Jake Heggie

   I Didn’t Plan It from "Waitress" by Sara Bareilles

   Works by Frédéric Chopin:

   Impromptu in Gb major No. 3, Op. 51

   Nocturne in C# minor, Op. posth.

   Mazurka in C major, Op. 24 No.2

   Andante Spianato, Op. 22

   Nocturne in C minor, Op. 48 No. 1

   Prelude in D minor, Op. 28 No. 24

   Scherzo in E major, No. 4, Op. 54

October 10

Sohyun Ahn, piano

All Chopin Program             

Waltz in D flat Major Op. 64 No.1 “ Minute Waltz”

    Impromptu No. 1 in A flat Major Op.29

    Etude in E major Op.10 No.3. “ Tristesse”

    Etude in C sharp minor Op.10. No.4

    Etude in F Major Op. 10 No.8

    Nocturne in B flat minor Op.9. No.1

    Nocturne in E flat Major Op.9 No. 2

    Nocturne in C sharp minor Op. posth

    Ballade No.3 in A flat Major Op.47

    Ballade No. 4 in F minor Op. 52

October 17

Chris Brunt, organ/piano and Jane Fore, flute

Minuet and Dance of the Blessed Spirits, from "Orpheus and Euridice"
    by Christoph Willibald von Gluck

    Prelude in C Major (9/8), BWV 547 by J.S. Bach

    Andante in C Major, K. 315 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Nocturne in c-sharp minor, Op. 27, No. 1 by Frederic Chopin

    Romance, Op. 94, No. 2 by Robert Schumann

    Folk Tune, from "Five Short Pieces for Organ" by Percy Whitlock

    Organ Sonata I  (in four movements) by Paul Hindemith

    The Water is Wide (O Waly, Waly - British folksong) arr. Joel Raney

    Simple Gifts (Shaker Hymn) arr. Joel Raney 

October 24

Mikyung Kim Kwon, violin

Sonata for Violin Solo No.1 in G minor, BWV 1001 by Johann Sebastian Bach

    Sonata No.3 in D minor "Ballade" by Eugene Ysaye

    Fantasia in B-flat major by Georg Philipp Telemann

    Partita for Violin Solo No. 2 in D minor by Johann Sebastian Bach

    Sonata for Solo Violin, Op. 11 by Sergei Prokofiev

    Tango Etude No.3 for Violin Solo by Astor Piazzolla

October 31

Julee Kim Walker, flute; Mary Alice Druhan, clarinet; and Gabriel Sanchez, piano

    Madrigal by Philippe Gaubert

    Three Faces of Woman by Jeanne E. Shaffer
       I. Femme Fatale (blues)

    Fanmi Imen by Valerie Coleman

    Nokturn by Thoma Simaku

    Duos for flute and clarinet by Robert Muczynski

    Chansons de la Nature by Jenni Brandon

    Eommaya, Nunnaya by Kwang Soo Kim, arr. Sungok Cho

    Carmen Suite by Georges Bizet, arr. George Shaw
        I    Intermezzo
        II.  Habanera

November 7

Jin Ah Kwon, piano

November 14

Yuri Noh, violin and Jieun Lee, piano
November 21 Gyuwan Kim, piano


February 6

Sloman Violin Studio, violin

February 13

Monika Ruusmaa, harp with Héctor Torres, guitar/theorbo and
Júlia Coelho, soprano

February 20

Carlos  Audi, cello and Adam Booher, piano

February 27

Tsun-yuet Kwok, cello

March 6

Catalin Dima, piano

March 13

Piano Trio: Hyejin Lee - violin, Hamin Kim - cello, Kihwa Kim - piano

March 20

Eldred Marshall, piano

March 27

Laehyung Woo, violin


April  3

Amy Gustafson, piano   
April 10

Diversita Opera Arts Company

Pesenting "Aram and the Witch and Beatrice the Beautiful" with libretto by Claudia Jameson, music by Mary Alice Rich. Claudia Jameson will direct it and Susan Poelchau will accompany. Cast TBA.

All concerts are FREE - No tickets/reservations are needed
 Sundays at 3 PM
normally at the
J. Erik Jonsson Central Library First Floor Auditorium – 1515 Young St, Dallas
but online until further notice
Schedule, programs and performer vitas are available
as received.

Contact Information
Electronic mail / President / General Information - Nancy Laine:
Website - Mary Williams:
Concert Series - Kimla Beasley:
VP/Membership - Kimla Beasley:
Programs - Phyllis Wilson: and Claudia Jameson:

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