March 2, 2019, 7:00PM

The Zohn Collective presents Comala

The Zohn Collective presents Comala

Location: LaBar Performance Hall

A collective of renowned new music specialists led by director Tim Weiss comes to campus to perform Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon's scenic cantata Comala. Based on the classic Mexican novel Pedro Páramo by Juan Rulfo, Comala was a finalist for the 2011 Pulitzer Prize in music. The composer will be on campus to give a talk on his music. The program also includes two works by Notre Dame faculty member John Liberatore.

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Free

February 24, 2019, 4pm

ALIAS Winter Concert 2019 – Novel Noise

This concert will feature the talents and sounds of Nashville, and the programming will challenge preconceived notions of what defines “classical music.” Artistic Director Alicia Enstrom has curated a roster of local composers, each of whom will contribute an original work to the evening of music. Composers include: Cristina Spinei, Stephen Lamb, Timbre Cierpke, Jordan Lehning, Matt Walker, Peter Bradley Adams, Dabney Morris, and Bruce Dudley. Vox Grata Women’s Choir will join ALIAS as a guest performer on this concert.

Ingram Hall, Blair School of Music, Vanderbilt University

Tickets available at the door.

February 4, 2019, 8pm

Blair Woodwind Quintet

BLAIR WOODWIND QUINTET
Molly Barth flute
Jared Hauser oboe
Bil Jackson clarinet
Leslie Norton horn
Peter Kolkay bassoon
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4
8:00 p.m., Steve and Judy Turner Recital Hall
The Blair Woodwind Quintet presents a spring concert that is sure to enchant and delight. French composer George Onslow’s Quintet is a masterpiece of melodic invention from the romantic era, while Malcolm Arnold’s Three Shanties are toe-tapping settings of sailors’ work songs. The ensemble also presents American composer John Harbison’s 1978 quintet, one of the most virtuosic and exciting works in the repertoire.

Steve and Judy Turner Recital Hall

Free

November 17, 2018, 8pm

Nashville Symphony Daphnis et Chloe

PROGRAM
R.Strauss – Serenade in E-flat Major
Stravinsky – Symphony of Psalms
Ravel – Daphnis et Chloé

PERFORMERS
Nashville Symphony | Hans Graf, conductor | Nashville Symphony Chorus | Tucker Biddlecombe, chorus director

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

varies

November 16, 2018, 8pm

Nashville Symphony Daphnis et Chloe

PROGRAM
R.Strauss – Serenade in E-flat Major
Stravinsky – Symphony of Psalms
Ravel – Daphnis et Chloé

PERFORMERS
Nashville Symphony | Hans Graf, conductor | Nashville Symphony Chorus | Tucker Biddlecombe, chorus director

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

November 3, 2018, 8:30pm

Duo Damiana in Toulouse France

DUO DAMIANA
Molly Barth, Flûte
Dieter Hennings, guitare

Samedi 3 novembre 2018 à 20h30
Salle LA TANNERIE

Musique contemporaine

Le duo flute et guitare Damiana nous vient des USA (Nashville et Lexington). C’est certainement l’une des plus incroyables formation de chambre de musique contemporaine qu’ils défendent avec brio. Leur technique sans pareil leur permet d’aborder un répertoire exigeant avec vitalité et poésie. Leur premier CD « Castillos de viento » témoigne de cet engagement pour les musiques de notre temps.

Au programme de ce concert : Hebert Vázquez, Schafer Mahoney et Benoit Albert entre autres.

Plein Tarif : 12 €
Tarif réduit : 8 €
Elèves du CRD d’Agen : 6€

Salle LA TANNERIE

Plein Tarif : 12 €, Tarif réduit : 8 €

October 8, 2018, 8pm

Blair Woodwind Quintet

Monday, October 8

8 p.m.

Steve & Judy Turner Recital Hall

Blair Woodwind Quintet

Molly Barth, flute, Jared Hauser, oboe, Bil Jackson, clarinet, Leslie Norton, horn, Peter Kolkay, bassoon

Join the Blair Woodwind Quintet for an evening of sonic color and character! Jared Hauser, oboe; Bil Jackson, clarinet; Leslie Norton, horn; and Peter Kolkay, bassoon; will be joined by flutist Molly Barth in her debut performance with the BWQ.

Turner Hall

free

October 6, 2018, 7:30pm

Oregon Mozart Players: Zhou Tian Flute Concerto

Our season opens with a bold program of works reflecting the adage to which Haydn alludes in his spirited Symphony No. 64: “The times change, and we change with them.” Grammy award-winning flutist, Molly Barth, ushers in the changing times with Zhou Tian’s Viaje for Flute and Strings and genre-breaking performer Min Xiao-Fen forges new paths in Daniel Schnyder’s Concerto for Pipa, a stunning showcase for the Chinese lute. Kevin Lau’s Artemis, a musical portrait of the Greek goddess of the hunt, rounds out this audacious program.

Beall Hall, University of Oregon, Eugene OR

http://www.oregonmozartplayers.org/tickets-venues

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