Events 2002-2003

The Ensembles of Haverford & Bryn Mawr College
Fall Concerts
Spring Concerts

Chamber Singers
Holiday Concert: Thursday, December 12
Commencement Concert:Friday, May 16
Chorale
Friday, December 6
Saturday, Apr 12
Orchestra
Friday, November 22
Friday, April 25

Senior Projects & Student Recitals

GUEST ARTIST SERIES
$15 (Gen Adm) - $12 (Sr.) - $5 (7-17)
Roberts Hall, Marshall Auditorium*
Founders Great Hall**
Free to Bi-College Community (Faculty-staff-students)
Halls are wheelchair accessible - Free Parking
Shuttle from parking lot available for some events

ENSEMBLES OF HAVERFORD & BRYN MAWR COLLEGE
CHAMBER SINGERS
CHORALE
ORCHESTRA

FREE - No tickets required
Open to the public


Graham Ashton Brass Ensemble
*Sunday, October 27 at 3pm

"new energy, new style, new repertoire"
The very best of brass playing from some of the world's finest musicians. This ensemble draws together an eclectic, and classy mix of New York's most distinguished brass players performing an exciting and stylish combination of old and new, of jazz and innovative arrangements, and of music on the lighter side.

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Moscow String Quartet
*Saturday, December 7 at 8pm
All-HAYDN Program

"an ensemble of uncommon musicality" -Phila. Inquirer
The Moscow String Quartet has performed to critical acclaim in the great concert halls of the world and has appeared at many prestigious festivals including the Paris Festival and Casals Festival.

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Roberto Prosseda
Sunday, February 16, 2003
3 pm
FREE ADMISSION

Conversation and music with Roberto Prosseda.
Schubert: Impromptus, Op.90
Schumann: Fantaisie, Op.17
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". . .a fine musician and a wonderful pianist with an exquisite imagination." (Dmitri Bashkirov)


"His playing is always profoundly serious, and yet it gives musicians great pleasure both for its sensuous qualities and its conviction." (Charles Rosen)

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Piffaro, The Renaissance Band
*Friday, February 28, 2003 at 8pm

"Piffaro puts the rowdy and rambunctious back into music from before the time of Bach, with a gale of good-time instrumental songs and dances." -Esquire Magazine
Modeled after the chapel and court wind bands from the 14th-17th centuries, Piffaro also plays the instruments and music of rustic life and peasantry with a collection of shawms, sacbuts, recorders, flutes, krumhorns, bagpipes, lutes and guitars

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.Music From China
Wednesday, March 19, 2003 at 8pm
Sharpless Auditorium


. . . an extraordinary musical ensemble that invokes the delicacy and power
of traditional & contemporary Chinese music

. . . . discover its sights, sounds & spirit. . .
Learn about the diverse folklife of various regions through a
colorful repertoire of instrumental music and folk songs.

Music From China’s interpretation of ancient music and
classical pieces of timeless sounds inspire the imagination

Sponsored by
THE KESSINGER FAMILY FUND FOR ASIAN PERFORMING ARTS,
THE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC & DISTINGUISHED VISITORS

FREE - ALL WELCOME

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.Deborah Gilwood, piano and Arthur Cook, cello
*Sunday, March 23, 2003 at 2pm

Lecture-Recital: "Censored by Hitler: The Rediscovered Masterpieces"
Music of
Ernst Toch
Paul Hindemith
Kurt Weill

". . .music of such compelling intensity. . ."

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Quartetto di Venezia
Saturday, April 5, 2003 at 8pm

Founders Great Hall
"An Evening in Piazza San Marco"
Concert & Reception
Boccherini: Quartet in A, Op.8, No.6
Puccini: I Crisantemi
Verdi: Quartet in E minor

Premiere of a new commissioned work by
CURT CACIOPPO
Impressioni venexiane (Impressions of Venice)


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The Ensembles of Haverford & Bryn Mawr Colleges

Chamber Singers
Thomas Lloyd, Director

Thursday, December 12, 2002 at 8pm
Founders Great Hall

"Ave Maria" by Franz Biebl
"Magnificat"
by Jean Berger
International Carols & Sing Along

Friday, May 16, 2003
Thomas Great Hall (Bryn Mawr College)

Commencement Concert

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Chorale
Thomas Lloyd, Director

Friday, December 6, 2002 at 8pm
Roberts Hall, Marshall Auditorium

J.S. Bach: Mass in B Minor

Saturday, April 12, 2003 at 8pm
Roberts Hall, Marshall Auditorium

F. J. Haydn: The Creation (in English)

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Orchestra
Heidi Jacob, Director

Friday, November 22, 2002 at 8pm
Roberts Hall, Marshall Auditorium

Gustav Holst: Mars, Venus, & Jupiter, from The Planets
F.J. Haydn: "Drumroll" Symphony

Friday, April 25, 2003 at 8pm
Roberts Hall, Marshall Auditorium

Thomas Hong, director

Visiting Assistant Professor of Music
Brahms: Academic Festival Overture
Barber: Violin Concerto
Emily Madsen (BMC '06), violin
winner of 2003 Concerto Competition

Dvorak: Symphony No.9 "From the New World"


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