What: Classical Revolution DC – “Song and Dance”
When: March 6th, 2011, 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Where: Laporta’s Restaurant and Jazz Lounge
How to get there: 3 blocks from King Street Metro
Tips: Call 703.683.6313 to reserve a table and get yourself a front row seat and mention Classical Revolution DC.
FaceBook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=128277747243967

Come and enjoy free chamber music presented by Classical Revolution DC: – Let’s sing to some opera Arias and romantic lyrical string quartet movements and dance to some tangos, bel canto style.

6:30 – 9pm Performance:

**The Complete Histoire du Tango by Astor Piazzolla to be performed by
Yvonne Kocur(flute) and Patrick Fritz (guitar)
i. Bordel 1900
ii. Cafe 1930
iii. Nightclub 1960
iv. Concert d’aujourd’hui

**Selected Arias from “The Magic Flute” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed by Claire Allen and Christian Simmelink violin duo.

**George Gershwin’s Lullaby, Astor Piazzolla’s Libertango, Wolfgang Amadeus Divertimento #3, K138(i), Bela Bartok’s Ten pieces “for Children”  to be performed by CRDC string quartet :
Solomia Gorokhivska and Claire Allen(violins), Jonathan Newmark(viola), David Rabin(cello)

**American Quartet(complete) by Antonin Dvorak and “Sway/Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White” by Pablo Beltran Luiz performed by
St Charles String Quartet
Victoria Liu (violin)
Neil Puzon (violin)
Gabe Soloff (viola)
Kirill Romanov (cello)


String Quartet No. 3 in D major, Op. 44, No. 1(III,IV) by Felix Mendelssohn performed by
Tesori Chamber Players
Christopher Sanchez, violin
Christian Simmelink, violin (WPAS)
Yuri Tomenko, viola
Jihea Choi, cello

** Composer Lawrence Heinen continues his piano nocturne series #5 in F

Calling All musicians Come Jam with Us, bring your music to read with other musicians! FREE!

**Commemorating birthday of Frederic Chopin(March 1st )
1. Nocturne op. 48 no.1 in C minor
2. Danzas Argentinas (I,II) by Alberto Ginastera
performed by Hon-Cheong Chan, CRDC organizer

** 2 Schubert Songs (arranged by Raymond Soukup)-
“Lob der Thraenen” (Praise of Tears),
“An die Musik” (To Music)
performed by pianist Raymond Soukup