Join Satoko Hayami and Jason Kutz for an evening filled with music for piano four-hands written by American composers. This program will consist of music for piano four-hands written by American composers. Works on the program include Souvenirs, a suite by Samuel Barber; Wizard of Oz Fantasy by William Hirtz; various pieces by Louis Moreau Gottschalk; and the premiere of a set of original compositions by Jason Kutz, among others.
Music for Two Pianos and Orchestra
Saint-Saens Carnival of the Animals, Mozart Concerto for 2 Pianos, Saint-Saens Symphony No. 3 (Organ Symphony)
Piano: Satoko Hayami and Thomas Kasdorf
$15 general adminssion, students are free (tickets available at Willy St Co-op West, and at the door)
"A dream world of sound with choral music by Chen Yi, Toru Takemitsu, Hyo-Won Woo, Claude Debussy, Maurice Ravel and others! The concert explores modern East Asian choral music and the mutual influences of European and East Asian musical aesthetics since the early twentieth century."
I will be accompanying a couple of Chinese songs and playing short piano solo pieces by Minoru Miki and Toru Takemitsu.
We will present a program inspired by folk traditions of different regions of the world: India, Peru, Argentina, and North America.
Marc Vallon is professor of bassoon and bassoonist for the Wingra Wind Quintet in residence at the School of Music. Program includes music by Robert Schumann, John Harbison, Ida Gotkowsky, Emmanuel Chabrier, Georges Bizet, Jules Massenet, Marc Vallon. With Julia Rottmayer, voice; Satoko Hayami, piano; Chia-Yu Hsu, Juliana Mesa-Jaramillo, Midori Samson, bassoons.
This concert is to help raise money for LunART Festival to be held June 28-30 in Madison.
The purpose of the LunART Festival is to empower women in the arts
y fostering originality, honoring diversity, and strengthening equality.
With a flutist Iva Ugrcic, we will present a program of virtuosic flute-piano duo repertoire from mid-20th to 21st century, from different parts of the world. The recital includes the music by Cecilia McDowall, Minoru Miki, Carl Vine, Nicolai Kapustin and Andre Jolivet.
This recital brings the music of Greek composer Iannis Xenakis to the stage. Xenakis’ music is derivative of 20th Century architecture and mathematical concepts. His use of Greek mythology, poetry, and drama in his compositions also plays an important role in the virtuosic performances of his works.
Iannis Xenakis (b.1922-2001)
UW Choral Union & UW Symphony Orchestra
Beverly Taylor, Conductor
Presenting “Gloria” of Francis Poulenc and “Symphony of Psalms” by Igor Stravinsky.
Mills Hall, 8 PM
Tickets: $15 general public, $8 students and seniors.
Piano 1 in Stravinsky's "Symphony of Psalms"
Open to public.
Playing orchestra parts individually with violin, piano, percussion and French horn.