2016/17 Season

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Haydn to Reger
7:00PM, Monday, September 26, 2016
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

For our opening concert we welcome back FM favorite Edward Arron, along with the brilliant Jeewon Park and Michael Klotz. Our program acknowledges the centennial anniversary of composer Max Reger, along with more familiar works of Haydn and Brahms, including the blockbuster Op. 25 Piano Quartet.

Frank Almondviolin
Edward Arroncello
Michael Klotzviola
Jeewon Parkpiano
Haydn: Trio in C, Hob. XV:27
Max Reger: String Trio No. 1, Op. 77b
Johannes Brahms: Piano Quartet in g, Op. 25
Guitar Center
7:00PM, Monday, November 21, 2016
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

An evening of music for guitar and strings, featuring the spectacular René Izquierdo and members of the Milwaukee Symphony.

Frank Almondviolin
René Izquierdoguitar
Margot Schwartzviolin
Nicole Sutterfieldviola
Peter Thomascello
Nicòlo Paganini: Sonata Concertant for Violin and Guitar
Solo guitar works: TBA
Astor Piazzolla: History of Tango
Castelnuovo Tedesco: Quintet for guitar and strings, Op. 143
Winds and Strings
7:00PM, Monday, January 23, 2017
Schwan Concert Hall, Wisconsin Lutheran College

An evening of music for winds and strings, culminating in the monumental K. 287 Divertimento of Mozart. Featuring stellar musicians from the MSO and a few guests as well.

Sonora Slocumflute
Todd Levyclarinet
Katherine Young Steeleoboe
Rudy Heinrichbassoon
Alberto Suarezhorn
Dietrich Hemannhorn
Frank Almondviolin
Jeannie Yupiano
Haydn: “London” Trio in C, Hob. IV:1
Pierre-Octave Ferroud: Three pieces for solo flute
Arthur Berger: Wind Quartet in C
Leonard Bernstein: Sonata for Clarinet and piano
Mozart: Divertimento in B flat for two horns and strings, K. 287
Season Finale
Czech it Out!
7:00PM, Monday, May 15, 2017
Schwan Concert Hall, Wisconsin Lutheran College

For our Slavic finale, we welcome back the stupendous pianist Adam Neiman and Robert DeMaine, Principal Cello of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.

Frank Almondviolin
Robert DeMainecello
Adam Neimanpiano
Bohuslav Martinū: Duo No. 2 for violin and cello
Leoš JanáčekPohádka for cello and piano
Janácek: Sonata for violin and piano
Dvorák: Piano Trio in e minor, “Dumky”

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Winds and Strings
7:00PM, Monday, January 23, 2017
Schwan Concert Hall, Wisconsin Lutheran College

An evening of music for winds and strings, culminating in the monumental K. 287 Divertimento of Mozart. Featuring stellar musicians from the MSO and a few guests as well.

Sonora Slocumflute
Todd Levyclarinet
Katherine Young Steeleoboe
Rudy Heinrichbassoon
Alberto Suarezhorn
Dietrich Hemannhorn
Frank Almondviolin
Jeannie Yupiano
Haydn: “London” Trio in C, Hob. IV:1
Pierre-Octave Ferroud: Three pieces for solo flute
Arthur Berger: Wind Quartet in C
Leonard Bernstein: Sonata for Clarinet and piano
Mozart: Divertimento in B flat for two horns and strings, K. 287
Season Finale
Czech it Out!
7:00PM, Monday, May 15, 2017
Schwan Concert Hall, Wisconsin Lutheran College

For our Slavic finale, we welcome back the stupendous pianist Adam Neiman and Robert DeMaine, Principal Cello of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.

Frank Almondviolin
Robert DeMainecello
Adam Neimanpiano
Bohuslav Martinū: Duo No. 2 for violin and cello
Leoš JanáčekPohádka for cello and piano
Janácek: Sonata for violin and piano
Dvorák: Piano Trio in e minor, “Dumky”

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Haydn to Reger
7:00PM, Monday, September 26, 2016
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

For our opening concert we welcome back FM favorite Edward Arron, along with the brilliant Jeewon Park and Michael Klotz. Our program acknowledges the centennial anniversary of composer Max Reger, along with more familiar works of Haydn and Brahms, including the blockbuster Op. 25 Piano Quartet.

Frank Almondviolin
Edward Arroncello
Michael Klotzviola
Jeewon Parkpiano
Haydn: Trio in C, Hob. XV:27
Max Reger: String Trio No. 1, Op. 77b
Johannes Brahms: Piano Quartet in g, Op. 25
Guitar Center
7:00PM, Monday, November 21, 2016
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

An evening of music for guitar and strings, featuring the spectacular René Izquierdo and members of the Milwaukee Symphony.

Frank Almondviolin
René Izquierdoguitar
Margot Schwartzviolin
Nicole Sutterfieldviola
Peter Thomascello
Nicòlo Paganini: Sonata Concertant for Violin and Guitar
Solo guitar works: TBA
Astor Piazzolla: History of Tango
Castelnuovo Tedesco: Quintet for guitar and strings, Op. 143

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