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Music in Middleton Spring 2019

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Middleton Library is hosting a concert performed by musicians from the LSU School of Music in the Middleton Library lobby. This is an opportunity for these performers to showcase their talents and for other students to enjoy musical entertainment. Music in Middleton is typically held from noon to 1 p.m. Below is a list of dates Music in Middleton occurs during Spring 2019, as well as a list of performances.

February 5 Original (2019)* Platt and Cervony; Gill Platt, guitar Michael Cervony, guitar

Etude No. 1 Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887 – 1959); Wagner Duarte, guitar

To A Wild Rose Terrell Jones; Terrell Jones, keyboard

Beneath The Stars (2019)* Tourquise Yavanavich; Mary Liberman, voice; Mikel LeDee reciter; Wagner Duarte, cello; Terrell Jones, keyboard

“Selections from Thornton Wilder’s Our Town

Stage Manager 1: Marielle Lambert Scott

Stage Manager 2: Sydney Prochaska

Stage Manager 3: Fa’amaepaepa Laupola

George Gibbs: Phillip Moran

Emily Webb: Angelle Thomas

 

LSU’s Our Town will be performed throughout the month of February in the Shaver Theatre. In celebration of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play’s updated interpretation by LSU School of Theatre, Music in Middleton will consist of excerpts from the theatrical production.

March 11 Flute Sonata in A Minor Wq 132 CPE Bach (1714-1788); Poco Adagio, Allegro; Gabriela Gomez, flute

Three Irish Folksong Settings John Corigliano;  I. The Salley Gardens; Mary Liberman, voice; Gabriela Gomez, flute

G4, G5, G6 Yiseul Lemieux; Masson LeMieux, guitar

Flute Partita in A Minor JS Bach (1685-1750)III. Sarabande, IV. Bouree Anglaise; Adam Torres, Tuba

Original Gill Platt; Gill Platt, guitar

Feira de Mangaio Sivuca; Wagner Duarte, cello; Raudol Palacios, cello, Luciano Correa, pandero

Improvisational Colours Unrehearsed  Jones / Duarte; TBA

April 8 Insomnia, for Solo Cello Niloufar Iravani; Yu-Ping Wu, cello

Invito alla danza O. Respighi (1879 – 1936) Julie-Ju Noel da Costa (1929 – 2002)
Ride on Jesus
Nathaniel Dett (1882 – 1943); Khary Wilson, tenor; Liliia Oliinyk, piano

Convalesence Suite I III XII II VI  Alec Wilder (1907 – 1980); Adam Torres, tuba

Sonata Op. 25, no. 1 Paul Hindemith (1895 – 1963) ; Felipe Vianna, viola

Bon Voyage Wagner Durate; Wagner Duarte, cello and Raudol Palacios, cello

Improv Terrell Jones; Terrell Jones, keyboard

Original Gill Platt ;Gill Platt, guitar

Improvisation / Unrehearsed Humans on Stage

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