CLASSICAL REVOLUTION DC “The Romantics”
www.classicalrevolutiondc.org
Feb 20th, 2011
Ausencias………………………………………………….Astor Piazzolla(1921 – 1992)
3 Gymnopédie …………………………………………..Erik Satie(1866 – 1925)

Michelle Carney(flute), Hon-Cheong Chan(piano)

Brandenburg Concerto # 6……………………….Johann Sebastian Bach(1684 – 1750)

Raycurt Johnson/Jennifer Murray (violas), David Rabin(cello), Andrew Lee(piano)

Nocturne #4 for the left hand ……………………….Lawrence Heinen(b.1941)

Lawrence Heinen(piano)


Roumanian Folk Dances………………………………Bela Bartok(1881 – 1945)

Sara HaeJin Lee(flute), Jeremy Bass(guitar) 

 

String Quartet #2 in A minor, Op. 51……………..Johannes Brahms (1833 – 1897)

I. Allegro
II. Romanze (Poco Adagio)


Mark Kapeluck (1st violin), Sara Boyce (2nd violin),
Jennifer Murray (viola), David Rabin (cello)


~~Intermission~~

Violin sonata in A minor, op 105……………………Robert Schumann(1810 – 1856)
I. Mit leidenschaftlichen Ausdruck
Violin Concerto II. Canzonetta ……………………..Peter Illich Tchaikovsky(1850 – 1895)


Claire L. Allen(violin),
Hon-Cheong Chan(piano)

Etude, op. 8……………………………………………….Alexander Scriabin(1871 – 1915)
No. 2  (A capriccio, con forza)
No. 11 (Andante cantabile)
 

Hon-Cheong Chan(piano)
Partita no. 2 in A minor……………………………….Johann Sebastian Bach(1684 – 1750)
I. Grave
Christian Simmelink(violin) 

 

 

Medley……………………………………………………..Fritz Kreisler(1875 – 1962)
I. Liebesleid
IV Schön Rosmarin
Rondino (on a theme of Beethoven)
Vocalise, op 34, no. 14………………………………..Sergei Rachmaninoff(1873 – 1943)


Christian Simmelink(violin), Hon-Cheong Chan(piano)

Histoire du Tango…………………………………………Astor Piazzolla(1921 – 1992)
II. Cafe 1930
III. Nightclub 1960
 

Sara HaeJin Lee(flute), Jeremy Bass(guitar)


Romanze, op 94 no. 1…………………………………..Robert Schumann(1810 – 1856)
Song of the Black Swan………………………………..Hector Villa-Lobos(1887 – 1959)
Two Rhapsodies (I. L’Étang/The Pond)………………………Charles Martin Loeffler(1861 – 1935)

Jeniffer Murray(viola), Jeff Kahan(oboe), Hon-Cheng Chan(piano) 

 

 

~Chamber Jam~

String Octet in E-flat major, op. 20………………..Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy(1809-1847)

*Classical Revolution DC would like to thank performers who have participated*

 

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