NEW PALTZ — FACULTY SAMPLER September 28, 2004 McKenna Theatre 8:00 pm
An evening of varied music spanning the 18th – 20th centuries.
Joseph Fiala: Duetto C-Dur Performed by Joel Evans, oboe and Valentina Charlap-Evans, viola
Gabriel Faure: Mai, Les Berceaux, Nell Performed by Edward Lundergan, tenor, and Ruthanne Schempf, piano
Maximo Diego Pujol: Milonga from Suite del Plata, No. 1 Performed by Gregory Dinger, classical guitar
Roland Dyens: Tango en skai Performed by Gregory Dinger, classical guitar
Antonin Dvorak: Slavonic Dance in E Minor, Op. 72, No. 2 From The Bohemian Forest, Op. 68 (From Troubled Times) Performed by Sylvia Buccelli and Ruthanne Schempf, pianist
Ned Rorem: Early in the Morning (Robert Hillyer) O You Whom I Often and Silently Come (Walt Whitman) Spring and Fall (to a young child) (Gerard Manley Hopkins) What if some little pain….(Edmund Spenser) I am Rose (Gertrude Stein) Performed by Barbara Hardgrave, mezzo-soprano and Ruthanne Schempf, piano
Felix Mendelssohn: String Quartet in A Major, Op. 13, “lst Es Wahr” Performed by the Hudson Valley Philharmonic String Quartet Carole Cowan, violin I Emily Faxon, violin II Valentina Charlap-Evans, viola Susan Seligman, cello
Faculty Jazz Ensemble: Mark Dziuba, Director
TICKETS:$5, general, $4, faculty/staff, $3 student/senior – available at the door one hour prior to performance.