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October 2

Catalin Dima, piano

Sonata op. 57 “Appassionata", by Ludwig van Beethoven

   Miroirs (Reflections), by Maurice Ravel

   Scherzo no. 3, op. 39 in C# minor, by Frédéric Chopin

October  9

Chris Brunt, piano/organ and Jane Fore, flute

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

   Prelude in C Major (9/8), BWV 547, by  Johann Sebastian 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 Robert Schumann

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

   Organ Sonata I (in four movements - 1937), by Paul Hindemith

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

   Simple Gifts (Shaker Hymn),  arr. by  Joel Raney

October 16

Mount Vernon Music: Mark Miller and Hyun Jeong Lee, violin; Ute Miller,
viola; John Batchelder, viola; Sebastian Kozub, cello; and Evan Mitchell, piano

Trio in C minor for violin, viola and piano, by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy

    Adoration for violin and piano, by Florence B. Price

    Variations on Shalom Chaverim for piano solo, by Adolphus Hailstork

    Rousseau Suite for violin and viola (1999), by Urs Joseph Flury

    Phantasy Quintet for two violins, two violas and cello, by Ralph
    Vaughan Williams
    Mvt 1 and 4

October 23

Jonathan Tsay, piano -
Music of Introspection and Comfort"

   Mélancolie, FP 105, by Francis Poulenc

   Nocturne in C minor, H 25, by John Field

   Adagio from "Oboe Concerto, BWV 974,"by Alessandro Marcello
   arr. J.S. Bach

   Notturno from "Six Pieces for Piano," by Ottorino Respighi

   Des pas sur la neige from "Preludes, Book 1," by Claude Debussy

   Notturno from "Soirées Musicales, Op. 6," by Clara Schumann

   The White Peacock from "Roman Sketches, Op. 7," by Charles Griffes

   Romance, Op. 28 No. 2, by Robert Schumann

   Moment Musical in Ab Major, D. 780 No. 6, by Franz Schubert

   Dream, by John Cage

   Radiohead, arr. Christopher O’Riley

October 30

Sohyun Ahn, piano

Piano Sonata No.31 in A-flat Major, Hob XVI 46, by Franz Joseph Haydn

   Davidsbündlertänze op. 6, by Robert Schumann

November 6

Duo Atesorado: Noe Garcia, guitar and Canchola, soprano  -                 
"Music of Mexico"

   Ave Maria. by Julio Cesar Oliva

   Vengo a decirte que te quiero (I came to tell you I love you),
by Julio Cesar
   Por siempre Sabines,  by Julio Cesar Oliva
      I.   Yo no 10 se de cierto (I don't know for certain)
      II.   No es que muera de amor (It's not of love that I die)
      III.  Me doy cuenta de que me faltas (I notice that you are missing me)

   Songs of Mexican Women Composers:
      Vals del alma (Waltz of the soul), by Laura Chavez Blanco
      De maiz tierno (Of the most tender corn), by Anastasia Guzman

   Songs of Manuel Ponce 
      Marchita el alma (The soul wilts)
      Lejos de ti
(Far from you) 
      Estrellita (Little star)

   Traditional Favorites arranged by Noe Garcia
      Cuando vuelva a tu lado, by Maria Grever
      La Llorona (traditional)
      Cielito lindo, by Quirino Mendoza y Cortes
November 13 Dallas Asian Winds

    Nemesis for Soprano Saxophone and Vibraphone, by Andy Scott
       Mike Nguyen, soprano saxophone/ Nathan Elliot Siegel, vibraphone

    Eommaya, Nunaya for Flute, Tuba, and Piano, by Kwang Soo Kim. 
    Arr. Sungok Cho

    The Elephant and the Fly for Flute, Tuba, and Piano, by Henri Kling
    Arr. M. Johnston
       Joo Chung, flute/ Jung Moo Lee, tuba/ Hana Do, piano

    Mountain Roads - Overture, by David Maslanka
    Strange Humors for Saxophone Quartet and Djembe, by John Mackey
       Rex Novak, soprano/ John Macoy, alto/ Rafael Powell, tenor/ Sydney
       Cohen, baritone/ Dave Schmuck, djembe

    Trot, op. 16, by Dmitri Shostakovich

    Olé Guapa, by Arie Malando
       Dr. Jeong Hoon Lee, flute/ Haeun An, oboe/ Dr. Dasom Nam, clarinet/
       DeRubeis, horn/ Keven Jones, bassoon

    Three Motets by Anton Bruckner, arr. Ralph Sauer

    Trois Chansons by Cloude Debussy, arr. Michael Levin
       Dr. Joyce Hsu/ Amanda Kana/ Carlito Chavez, tenor trombone/
       Chris Guilfoyle, bass trombone

    Flûtes en Vacances, by Jacqus Castérède
       Fl. 1 Joo Chung/ Fl. 2 Dr. Jeong Hoon Lee/ Fl. 3 Helen Haeun Kim/
       Fl. 4 Hyeyeon Kim

   Three for Four, by Vera Hørven and James Olcott

    Dos Tiempos, by Beatriz Cordona, arr. James Ackley
       Liz Lentz/ Sungmin Ro/ Dr. Orlando Ruiz/ Brenton Wolfe, trumpet

  SPRING 2023

January 29

Jin Ah Kwon, piano
"Rare Editions by Franz Liszt"

   Ave Maria for piano, by Johan Sebastian Bach, arranged by Chales Gounod

   Minute Waltz (Op. 64 No. 1), by Frederic Chopin, arranged by Leopold

   Chopinata - Theme of Chopin, by Clement Doucet

   Lizotonia - Theme of Liszt, by Clement Doucet

   Impromptus No.1, by Franz Schubert/Franz Liszt Edition

   Impromptus No.2, by Franz Schubert/Liszt Edition

   Impromptus No.3, by Franz Schubert/Liszt Edition

   Impromptus No.4, by Franz Schubert, arranged by Leopold Godowsky

February 5

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

February 12

Duo Florenciente: Amy Canchola, soprano and Colleen Matthew, piano - "From Brahms to Broadway"

February 19

Adam Booher, piano

   Prelude and Fugue in A Minor, BWV 543, by J.S. Bach, arr. Franz Liszt

   Sonata in B-flat Major, K. 570, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

   Souvenirs d'Andalousie, by Louis Moreau Gottschalk

   Three Intermezzi, Op. 117, by Johannes Brahms

   Play Piano Play, by Friedrich Gulda

February 26

Texas Flute Society

March 5

Naoko Nakamura, harp (Dallas Harp Society)

March 12

Eldred Marshall, piano

March 19

Hyejin Lee, violin

March 26

Mikyung Kim Kwon, violin

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
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as received.

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