MAY 2017

Wednesday 3. . . 1.15pm
Midweek Lunchtime Recital
James Harris (Piano)

Program:
The Flower Song . . . Gustav Lange
Consolation No. 3 . . . Franz Liszt
Prelude No. 5 Book 2 . . . Claude Debussy
Rosemary . . . Frank Bridge
Sonata Op. 49 no. 2 . . . Ludwig Van Beethoven
Allegro, ma non troppo; Tempo di Menuetto


Sunday 14 . . . 2.30pm
Autumn Concert
The Jacono-Martin Duo
John Martin (Piano) &
Victoria Jacono-Gilmovich (Violin)

Program:
Sonata No. 2, Op. 100 for violin/piano . . . Johannes Brahms
“Clair de Lune”, from Suite Bergamasque for solo piano . . . Claude Debussy
Suite Populaire Espagnole for violin/piano . . . Manuel de Falla
Selection from “Porgy and Bess” for violin/piano . . . George Gershwin/Jascha Heifetz
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“West Wind” for violin/piano . . . Ann Carr-Boyd
“Eliza Aria” for violin/piano, adapted from “Wild Swans”. . . Elena Kats-Chernin
“Blue Tornado” for solo piano . . . Zez Confrey
“Jay Walk” for solo piano . . . Zez Confrey
“Elite Syncopations” for violin/piano . . . Scott Joplin
“Bethena” . . . Scott Joplin
“Ragtime Dance” . . . Scott Joplin



Admission: $35/$25


Wednesday 17 . . . 1.15pm
Midweek Lunchtime Recital
David Franks (Organ)

Bach Favourites”
Music by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750):
1. Concerto II in A minor (first movement), BWV 593
2. Prelude and Fugue in E minor, BWV 533
3. Chorale “Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland”
(Come now, Saviour of the Heathen),  BWV 660 (‘Leipzig Chorales’)
4. Prelude and Fugue in C minor, BWV 549


Saturday 20 . . . 5.00pm
Autumn Concert
Rubus Trio
Freyer Meaney (viola); Hannah Cui (flute) & Rowan Phemister (harp)
Program:
Elegiac Trio . . . Arnold Bax
Syrinx . . . Claude Debussy
Mirage and Idyllic Poem from Modern Study of the Harp . . . Carlos Salzedo
Au Matin (Etude de concert) . . . Marcel Tounier
Garden of Adonis . . . Alan Hovhaness
Concertino for Flute and viola, 1st movement (Allegro Comodo) . . . Ernest Bloch
Interval
Trio for Flute, Viola and Harp (I. Fantasia, II. Scherzo, III. Notturno, IV.
Thema mit Variationen) . . . Harald Genzmer
Allemande and Sarabande from Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major BWV1007
. . . Johann Sebastian Bach
Sonatine, 1st movement (Modéré) arr. Skaila Kanga . . . Maurice Ravel
From the Song of the Amergin . . . Hillary Tann

Admission: $30/$25

Sunday 21 . . . 2.30pm
Evensong & Concert
The Cathedral Singers
(Director: Jim Abrahams)

The Cathedral Singers will make their annual visit to Bowral on Sunday 21 May singing Evensong (from the Book of Common Prayer) at 2.30pm to be followed by a brief recital.  2017 marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of the composer T Tertius Noble who was organist at Ely Cathedral, York Minster and then for thirty years at St Thomas Church on 5th Avenue New York.  At Evensong, the choir will sing Noble’s setting of the canticles in the key of B minor. The music at the recital will be by Palestrina, Mozart, Schubert and the English composers Ireland, Dark and Sumsion.


Wednesday 31 . . . 1.15pm
Midweek Lunchtime Recital
Christopher Bambach (Baritone)
Allan Beavis (Accompanist)


Program:
How Great Thou Art  . . . Traditional Swedish melody
Vergin tutto amor . . . Francesco Durante
Were you there Negro spiritual . . . arr. by H. T. Burleigh
It is enough from Elijah . . . Felix Mendelssohn
  Bright is the ring of words . . . R. Vaughan Williams
Linden Lea . . . R. Vaughan Williams 
The Birdcatcher ( Papageno) from the Magic Flute . . .  W A Mozart

Rubus Trio