Saturday, March 24, 2012

SCHUBERT & more adds vocal chamber music

Sun, April 29, 2012—3 pm 
CHAMBER CONCERT: Schubert & More & MORE!

Alexandra Newman
Following the Barristers Big Band Benefit Ball on April 21st, the Chicago Bar Association Symphony Orchestra and Chorus next presents a springtime chamber concert called Schubert & More. Featuring small ensembles of musicians selected from our unique organizations, the program includes works by Nielsen, Vieuxtemps, Vaughan Williams, Roussel, and, of course, Schubert. Just added to the concert is vocal chamber music by Rimski-Korsakov, Donizetti, Simon, Morley and di Lasso. (The additions are listed first, below.) The concert will take place on the last Sunday afternoon in April, at 3 pm, in the magnificent sanctuary of our performance home, Saint James Episcopal Cathedral, Wabash at Huron.

Here is a link where you can purchase tickets.

And here is the full program as of March 24, 2012:  

Chamber Concert: SCHUBERT and MORE

Sunday, April 29, 2012 at 3:00 pm
Saint James Episcopal Cathedral—Chicago

Angel and Demon    Rimsky-Korsakov   
    Kathleen Loos & Frank Cargle, vocalists
        Janet Eckhardt, accompanist

Deep River    arr. Hogan
   Frank Cargle, baritone
        Janet Eckhardt, accompanist

Una Furtiva Lagrima    Donizetti   
    Mike Sitrick, tenor
        Janet Eckhardt, accompanist

Lily’s Eyes    Simon   
    Mike Sitrick & Frank Cargle, vocalists
        Janet Eckhardt, accompanist

Sing We and Chant It    Morley   
Good Day Dear Heart    di Lasso

     Acapella Madrigals: Paula Jacobi, Andrea Wood, Dorothy Voight, 
     Skip Harsh, Tom Hazinski

Little Suite for Strings, Op. 1                     Carl Nielsen 
The West Oakdale Avenue Chamber Players
Violins—Tod Ballard, Rachel Chapman, Heather Neaveill-Kramer* (and viola),
Emily Chen, Travis Elfers , Gregory Zinkl (and viola)
Viola—Sean Diller*, Dan Makula*
Cello—Scott Beller, Julia Nowicki*

Fair Use Quintet
Divertissement for woodwind quintet and piano, Op. 6     Albert Roussel
Fair Use Quintet
Judith Grubner, flute—Beth Lodal, oboe—John Vishneski, clarinet, Katherine Erwin, bassoon—Michael McVickar, horn—Clark Remington, piano

Two English Folksongs       Ralph Vaughan Williams & Rebecca Clarke
Searching for Lambs
The Lawyer
Down by the Salley Gardens
Genevieve Essig, soprano
Alexandra Newman, violin

Souvenir d'Amerique                    Henri Vieuxtemps 
Alexandra Newman, violin
Neil Posner, piano

Amicus Curiae Quintet
Quintet in A major, D. 667 (The Trout)            Franz Schubert  
Amicus Curiae Quintet
Patricia Bronte, violin—Alexander Weaver, viola—Natasha White, cello
        Joseph Krzysiak, bass—Neil Posner, piano

All programs and artists subject to change. The listing above is not in program order.

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