Beethoven Sonata No. Wednesday, May 9, at Friday, August 24, at Piano Warehouse , W.
Cucharras Street, Colorado Springs. Friday, September 21, at It has been ages, but the l egendary dazzling Peruvian guitarist Alfredo Muro is back!
Also, internationally renowned Chilean guitarist, Alberto Cumplido , makes his Classically Alive debut. Debussy Preludes, Bk. Leonard Bernstein Sonata for clarinet and piano, Bernstein 4 Recipes for voice and piano, Carl Reinecke Trio for clarinet, horn and piano. Once again, it has been too many years since Bietry rocked the venue, and Brad can play a beautiful ballad too.
The superb playing of Burtschi and Flores just raises the bar further.
Dinner fare and drinks provided. Works by Beethoven Trio in D major, Op. Sunday, April 30, at I heard these guys in December , and after one tune thought Sunday, May 21 at Piazzolla plus a Beatles Medley for oboe and guitar, Broadway showtunes. Wednesday August 2 at PM.
Bach Suite No. Thursday, October 5 at Mozart Sonata in B flat, K. Thursday, October 26 at Edvard Grieg Aus dem Volksleben op. Auf den Bergen II. Norwegischer Brautzug III.
Aus dem Carneval; Jeg elsker dig I love you op. William Terwilliger, violin, Andrew Cooperstock, piano.
Opus Two, together since , has received numerous recognitions on the national and international scene. Andrew Cooperstock, student of Walter Hautzig, and chair of the Piano Faculty at University Colorado, Boulder, will also play special solo piano works he studied with Mr. International sensation, Michaela Paetsch, violin returns again to Classically Alive, how lucky we are. Saturday, February 13, at Please bring a snack, finger food or dessert, drinks provided.
Saturday, March 5, at Songs by Billy Joel - entire group. Sunday, March 13, at Light refreshments and drinks provided. Friday, March 25, at Saturday, May 7, at Schumann Sextet for Piano and Winds, Op.
Robert G. Friday, September 9, at Friday, September 23, at Thursday, October 6, at Mozart Sonata in F Major, K.
Liszt Dante Sonata. Saturday, October 29, at Saturday, November 5, at Their unique styles, and carefully researched interpretations by Miranda and Abramov, create exceptional recordings with equal parts nuance and bravado. The Beethoven arrangements come from a set for Clarinet and Bassoon composed without an opus number in the early s. While Beethoven did not officially add these pieces to his catalog, the works rapidly became popular, and at least two widely distributed editions of the duos were published within his lifetime.
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