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Faculty & Friends
May 16 @ 4:30 pm
The Center for Musical Arts faculty is second to none — each instructor is talented, engaging, and incredibly passionate about music. In this series of videos (and eventually live performances), faculty members and friends of the Center get the chance to take the spotlight and demonstrate their skills and personality. Tune in to get to know our Faculty & Friends — and if you like what you hear, consider making a donation to support the Center!
Sunday, May 16, 4:30 PM
The Faculty & Friends concert series currently takes place online; watch our YouTube page for a link to the performance.
Join us for an afternoon of modern sounds on ancient instruments along with some popular favorites from the Renaissance and Baroque. The artists will perform in a relaxed format where they talk about their instruments as well the music. We invite you to be transported through time!
Diego Ortiz (c.1510 – c.1576), Recercadas 4, 1, and 2 (Trattado de glosas, 1553, Rome)
Michael Oesterle (b. 1968), Stand Still for violin solo, movement III
Ann Marie Morgan (b. 1960), William Shakespeare (1564-1616), Meditation on the Mandorla for bass viola da gamba scordatura and voice
Archangelo Corelli (1653-1713), Sonata in C Major, Op. 5, No. 3 for violin and continuo, 1 – Adagio, 2 – Allegro, 3 – Adagio, 4 – Allegro, 5 – Allegro
John Dowland (1563-1626), arr. Morgan, Time Stands Still (Last Booke of Songs or Aires, 1603)