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Holiday in Rome

Come join the Litha Symphony Orchestra for a Holiday in Rome!

The concert features Berlioz’s Roman Carnival, Tchaikovsky’s Capriccio Italian, Puccini’s Nessun Dorma and the night wouldn’t be complete without Rhespighi’s Pines of Rome. I’m playing English Horn with the group and having a great time with the two fantastic solos.

Your holiday begins at 8:00pm tomorrow, Saturday, August 23 at the Church of the Holy Apostles (9th Ave & 28th St). Tickets are $20 and includes an open bar for the duration of the concert. For more information visit http://www.lithasymphony.org.

Hope to see you there!

Litha Symphony

– another SoprAboist

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TONIGHT Centennial Birthday Serenade in tribute to William H. Scheide

Everyone in New York be aware a fantastic concert celebration is happening tonight!!
(And I’m a part of it!!)

A Serenade celebrating the 100th birthday of Princeton resident William H. Scheide will be performed at New York University’s Loewe Theater, 34 W. 4th St, on Thursday, August 7 at 5:30 pm.  The concert, featuring works selected from sacred cantatas and a mass composed by J. S. Bach, is open to the public and free of charge, presented as a special event during the International Double Reed Society Conference hosted by NYU under the artistic direction of oboist Matt Sullivan, who is a member of the faculty at both NYU and Princeton University.

Scheide Serenade

 

– another SoprAboist


Have a Heart for Haiti Benefit Concert

And at this time I would like to direct your attention to the plug of one of my upcoming concerts…

At 4 pm on May 15, 2011 the Essex Consort which I am but a small part in with Karen Birch Blundell and Adam De Sorgo is performing a concert at the First Congregational Church in Essex, CT to benefit Sister Cities Essex Haiti.

Program:
Prairie Song by Cecilia McDowall
The Garden of Love by Jacob TV
Etudes pour Hautbois (I and VI) by Gilles Sivestrini
Sonata for Oboe and Piano by Bill Douglas
Recitative and Aria from the Wedding Cantata by J.S. Bach
Before Spring for English horn and piano by Philip Rothman
Trio for Two Oboes and English horn by L.V. Beethoven

-another sopraboist