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Schubert Club Courtroom Concert features To Joy
A ramble through the world of Joy through citations from the Oxford English Dictionary, “the OED.” In the tradition of Brahms’s Liebeslieder Walzer. There are nine poets (one anonymous), two Biblical authors, excerpts from a sermon, and a dictionary entry. Eight of the texts are secular, six sacred.
To Joy was commissioned for the 2017 Source Song Festival by Nell Slater in remembrance of M.R.S. and K.McK.S.
Come early; these concerts fill up. Coffee served. Hosted by Abbie Betinis.
Ladyslipper Ensemble presents a program of Latin and Spanish music, including Falla’s 7 Popular Spanish Songs, arr. DET. Join Sahar Hassan, mezzo-soprano; Helen Chang, violin; Jane Cords-O’Hara, cello, Kristen Bruya, bass and Oleg Levin, piano for a potpourri of passionate works.
The World’s Highway
Ladyslipper Ensemble members Helen Chang, violin; Jane Cords-O’Hara, cello, Kristen Bruya, bass and Oleg Levin, piano join mezzo-soprano Sahar Hassan in a program of vocal chamber music and CD release concert, including DET’s arrangement of Falla’s 7 Popular Spanish Songs. Also music of Ives, Weill, Chaminade, Previn and Montsalvatge.
Would you like to go to Spain, Brazil and Argentina all in one evening? Ladyslipper will transport you to sunbathed beaches in this rich and passionate program by Radamés Gnattali, Pablo de Sarasate, Federico Mompou and including DET’s arrangement of Falla’s 7 Popular Spanish Songs. Join mezzo-soprano Sahar Hassan, cellist Jane Cords-O’Hara and pianist Oleg Levin, along with guest artists violinist Stephanie Arado and bassist Charles Block for a Spanish collage.
Tickets: $10 available at the Cathedral Book Shop or at the door.
Ladyslipper Ensemble performs DET’s arrangement of Falla’s 7 Popular Spanish Songs on a Schubert Club Courtroom Concert. Join Sahar Hassan, mezzo-soprano; Helen Chang, violin; Jane Cords-O’Hara, cello, Charles Block, bass and Oleg Levin. Abbie Betinis hosts.
Ladyslipper Ensemble is a twin cities chamber music collective with two facets, bringing the community something old and something new by presenting repertoire spanning from the 17th to the 21st century, performed on early instruments and modern. Dedicated to uncovering lost works and introducing audiences to rarely heard pieces, we invite our listeners to explore the unfamiliar, creating a deeper appreciation for the forgotten. By offering innovative, fresh and engaging programming, Ladyslipper brings soulful and beautiful themes to life. We strive to usher you beyond the realm of tradition and break barriers between listeners and performers.