Chamber Music

3:00 p.m. — Sunday, November 4, 2018

Zion Lutheran Church, Clinton

“The Music of Friendships”

Composers, musicians and listeners alike consider chamber music to be the music of friendships. Composers write it with specific groups of friends in mind, often writing a part for themselves in the ensemble. The group of friends get together to play it, and invite their closest friends to hear it. Join our musicians as we continue this great tradition of musical friendships!

 

Program for the concert:

Trio Concertante for Two Violins & Viola
by Guiseppi Maria Cambini
Performed by Ann Duchow and Hana Velde, violins
Becca Payne, viola

Nocturne for Piano, Violin & Violoncello
by Franz Schubert
Performed by Nadia Wirchnianski, piano; Asa Church, violin; Robert Whipple, violoncello

Duo for Violin & Viola No. 1, K.423W.
by A. Mozart
Performed by Andrew Calhoun, violin; Peter Calhoun, viola

Music arranged for Brass Quintet:
Adagio, K.411 – W. A. Mozart (arr. for Empire Brass Quintet)
An Academic Procession – Johannes Brahms (arr. Michael Moore)
Girl with the Flaxen Hair – Claude Debussey (arr. David Sabourin)
Performed by Benjamin Logan and Brooke Logan, trumpets; Vanessa Leavett, horn; Joseph Titus, trombone; Lee Stofer, tuba

Please see the links in our Blog for Program Notes on these pieces.