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Music Center Recital Hall
Presented by: 

 Music Dept

Friday, February 25, 2011 - Saturday, February 26, 2011

The Orchestra is guest conducted by Yair Samet (pictured).
 
Mozart: Oboe Concerto
Beethoven: Symphony No. 2
Brahms: Academic Festival overture
 
 7:30 pm
$10 general, $8 seniors, $6 students w/ ID

 

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Music Center Recital Hall, UC Santa Cruz
Presented by: 

 Music Dept

Friday, February 11, 2011 - 7:30pm

 
The "Friday Night Live" concert series continues with a program called "Baroque Flute on Tour" — featuring music from baroque composers of different countries and contrasting styles.
Music by J.S. Bach, Corelli, Couperin, Pellegrini, D'anglebert, and Leclair.

Featuring faculty artist Greer Ellison, baroque flute
With JungHae Kim, harpsichord, and Kevin Cooper, guitar.
 
$12 general / $10 senior 62+ / $8 students
general seating
ticket window opens 1 hr before performance
hall opens 30 minutes before performance
 
tickets in advance at:
santacruztickets.com
UCSC Ticket Office
Santa Cruz Civic Box Office
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Flutist Greer Ellison performs on both modern and baroque flutes. She is a member of the California Symphony and freelances in the Bay Area. She has been soloist and given master classes in South America, the U.S., and most recently at the National Flute Convention in 2010. After her graduate work was completed in this country, she studied baroque flute with Barthold Kuijken at the Royal Conservatory in Den Haag, The Netherlands, for two years on an ITT grant. Greer also teaches the Alexander Technique. She recorded the Guillemain Quartets with Ensemble Mirable. See www.greerellison.com   
 
Harpsichordist JungHae Kim performs solo and with period chamber groups including Ensemble Mirable and Agave Baroque throughout the U.S. and in Europe. She has performed with San Francisco Symphony and New Century Chamber Orchestra. Her degrees include a B.M. in Harpsichord from Peabody Conservatory, M.M. in Historical Performance from Oberlin Conservatory, and an Advanced Degree from Sweelinck Conservatory. She completed studies with Gustav Leonhardt. Her recordings include D’Anglebert 1689 Pieces de Clavecin, Bach Harpsichord Concertos on Antique Instruments, and Guillemain Quartets. See www.junghaekim.com
 
Kevin Cooper is a classical and baroque guitarist from Central California with an affinity for the extremes of modern and early music. Kevin performs as a soloist and as a member of the Coprario Consort, Agave Baroque, and Ensemble Mirable. He records for Lifescapes, Lorenz Corporation, and Doberman Editions. Currently he leads the guitar program at Fresno City College.  See www.kevincooper.com.
 
 
 

 

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Music Center Recital Hall, UC Santa Cruz
Presented by: 

 Arts Division

Music Dept
Friday, February 4, 2011 - 6:00pm

Concert #1: Manhattan Skyline (orchestral and small ensemble works with conductor)
Ensemble Parallèle – Nicole Paiement, conductor / artistic director
The Dancer (West Coast premiere)
Romantic Suite (West Coast premiere)
Three Pastoral Songs (West Coast premiere)
Selected Songs for Voice and Piano
 
Free admission. Doors open at 5:30 pm.
Seating is first-come, first-served.
 
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"Paul Bowles at 100: A Celebration of Multi-Artistry" features three hour-long concerts marking the centennial of composer Paul Bowles' (1910-1999). Each concert presents West Coast premieres from Bowles' outstanding but little-known contribution to the American art music scene at mid-century and exhibits different aspects of his diverse musical creativity.

complete details on the conference
Presented by the NEA, Institute for Humanities Research, Porter College, Cowell College, UCSC Music Department, Office of Research, Division of the Arts, and the Division of Graduate Studies.
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Concerts #2 and #3

Saturday, February 5, 2011 - 5:30pm
Concert #2: A Musical Portrait
Brian Staufenbiel, Patrice Maginnis – voice
Michael McGushin, Irene Herrmann – piano
John Dizikes (prof. emeritus American Studies) – spoken word
 
 
Sunday, February 6, 2011 - 11:00am
Concert #3: The Unknown Bowles
Bowles Chamber Concert (Dizikes Music Event)
Ariose Vocal Ensemble – Michael McGushin, conductor
 
 
free admission
first come, first served
doors open 30 minutes before curtain

 

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Although she is perhaps best known as Artistic Director of Santa Cruz Baroque FestivalLinda Burman-Hall has performed a wide range of music, from works of the medieval mystic Hildegard of Bingen to world premieres of multi-cultural, experimental and computer music.


In early music, following studies with the Dutch scholar-performer Gustav Leonhardt, she has specialized in solo and ensemble music for 17th and 18th century keyboards (harpsichord, organ, and fortepiano). She has performed and recorded with celebrated performers of early music and California artists, including Judith Nelson, Max van Egmond,Randall Wong, Elizabeth Blumenstock, Leta Miller, Anner Bylsma, Amy BrodoJohn Dornenburg,Roland Hutchinson, and Nicole Paiement, and appeared with groups such as Philharmonia Baroque, Chanticleer, American Baroque Ensemble, Musica Pacifica, and the recently-formed group Lux Musica of which she is a founder.

 

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Kumiko Uyeda, piano

Ph.D. Student

Sonic Visuals

featuring works by: Franz Schubert, Johannes Brahms, Enrique Granados, Toru Takemtsu, Thom Cowen, Meridith Stricker, Erik Satie, Lucas Blok, W.A. Mozart, Isaac Albeniz, Dominco Scarlatti

Friday @ 4

January 21, 2011

131 Music Center

UCSC

 

Solo piano music with slide images, also some preluding.

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Music 219:  COMPOSERS' WORKSHOP

2PM, Wednesday, December 8th. 

Music Center 114 (Ensemble Rehearsal Room) 

 Audience and interlocutors welcome:  be there or be square.

PROGRAM: 

Sonatine 

Joe Davancens        

Lucia del Guerza, piano

 

Amaryllis Sillyrama

Lex Olsen

Zach Myers & Nilu Madadi, piano

 

Chorale and Flourish                                                 

Beth Ratay

 Noah Meites & David Hernandez, Trumpets,

Diego Rivas, Trombone 

 

Diaphanous                                                                      

Evan X. Merz

Evan X. Merz, piano, Nat Condit-Schultz, synthesizer, 

Beth Ratay, flute, Luis Ingels, Bb clarinet 

 

Tulpa                                                                               

Ma’ayan Tsadka                

Beth Ratay, Piccolo, Natalie Erskine, Flute 

Zachary Ragent, violin, Luis Ingels, clarinet 

Alex Krishnan, horn, Dave Lilley, soprano Sax 

Percussion TBA


Untitled                                                                                

Joe Cantrell

Aaron Reed, piano, Joe Cantrell, electronic processing


The Clock is Broken                                                       

Nat Condit-Schultz

 Nat Condit-Schultz, electric guitar,

Jeremy Cross, drums 

 

 

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"Mostly Copland" — Music for Winds and Percussion

Featuring works by Aaron Copland and others

Directed by Dr. Robert Klevan 

Guest Conductor: Camille Chitwood

Guest artist: trumpet soloist Noah Meites
 
$10 general, $8 seniors, $6 students w/ ID
 

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 Music Center Recital Hall

 

Presented by: 

 Music Dept

Wednesday, December 1, 2010 - 7:30pm

"Mostly Copland" — Music for Winds and Percussion
 
Works by Aaron Copland, including "Variations on a Shaker Melody" (fromAppalachian Spring) plus works by Clifton Williams and Howard Hanson. Directed by Dr. Robert Klevan.
With guest conductor Camille Chitwood and guest artist Noah Meites, trumpet

 
RESERVED SEATING
$10 general, $8 seniors, $6 students w/ ID

 

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Music Center Recital Hall
Presented by: 

 Music Dept

Friday, December 3, 2010 - 7:30pm

The UCSC Concert Choir is accompanied by members of the Orchestra.
Directed by Nathaniel Berman
 
Saint-Saëns: Christmas Oratorio (Oratorio de Noël)
Patrice Maginnis, soprano
Elana Cowen, mezzo-soprano
Michele Rivard, Contralto
Brian Staufenbiel, tenor
Sascha Joggerst, baritone
 
Haydn:  Missa Sancti Nicolai
Cora Frantz, soprano
Rachel Rush, mezzo-soprano
Ali Khan, tenor
Elliot Nguyen, baritone
 
 
$10 general, $8 senior, $6 students w/ ID

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