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The Song Continues: Spotlight Recital

The Song Continues: Spotlight Recital

String Quartet Masterworks

American Soundscapes

American Soundscapes

The Song Continues: Spotlight Recital

Weill Recital Hall
Tuesday, January 15, 2013 | 5:30 PM

Performers

Karen Vuong, Soprano
Ken Noda, Piano

Program

HAHN "Je me souviens"
HAHN "La vie est belle"
HAHN "Sous l'oranger"
WOLF Mignon I: "Heiss mich nicht reden"
WOLF Mignon II: "Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt"
WOLF Mignon III: "So lasst mich scheinen"
WOLF "Kennst du das Land"
BARBER Nuvoletta, Op. 25
BARBER "Nocturne," Op. 13, No. 4
BARBER "Solitary Hotel," Op. 41, No. 4
RACHMANINOFF Selections from Six Songs, Op. 38
·· In my Garden at Night
·· The Pied Piper
·· A Dream
R. STRAUSS "Muttertändelei," Op. 43, No. 2
R. STRAUSS "Hat gesagt—bleibt’s nicht dabei," Op. 36, No. 3
R. STRAUSS "Du meines Herzens Krönelein," Op. 21, No. 2
R. STRAUSS "Cäcilie," Op. 27, No. 2

Encore:HAHN "Sous l'oranger"
The spotlight shines on remarkable young soprano Karen Vuong and pianist Ken Noda in this recital showcasing song repertoire. Winner of Music Academy of the West’s 2011 Marilyn Horne Song Competition and inaugural member of Los Angeles Opera’s prestigious Domingo-Thornton Young Artist Program, Vuong’s charismatic presence and rich voice are sure to light up the Weill Recital Hall stage.

The Song Continues: Spotlight Recital

Weill Recital Hall
Thursday, January 17, 2013 | 5:30 PM

Performers

Sidney Outlaw, Baritone
Warren Jones, Piano

Program

R. STRAUSS Fünf Lieder, Op. 15
·· Madrigal
·· Winternacht
·· Lob des Leidens
·· Aus den Liedern der Trauer
·· Heimkehr
VAUGHAN WILLIAMS The House of Life
·· Love-Sight
·· Silent Noon
·· Love's Minstrels
·· Heart's Haven
·· Death in Love
·· Love's Last Gift
GERSHWIN "They All Laughed"
GERSHWIN "Embraceable You"
GERSHWIN "Just Another Rhumba"

Encores:ANONYMOUS Over "My Head"EVELYN SIMPSON "Get On Board"
Each January, The Song Continues features young singers on the verge of international renown. In this recital, sensational singer Sidney Outlaw showcases the “deep, resonant baritone and thoughtful approach to phrasing” (The New York Times) that have put him on the path to stardom.

String Quartet Masterworks

Weill Recital Hall
Friday, March 15, 2013 | 7:30 PM

Performers

Attacca Quartet
·· Amy Schroeder, Violin
·· Keiko Tokunaga, Violin
·· Luke Fleming, Viola
·· Andrew Yee, Cello

Linden String Quartet
·· Sarah McElravy, Violin
·· Catherine Cosbey, Violin
·· Eric Wong, Viola
·· Felix Umansky, Cello

Spruce Quartet
·· Alexi Kenney, Violin
·· Caroline Goulding, Violin
·· Ji Hee Han, Viola
·· Tony Rymer, Cello

Program

HAYDN String Quartet in D Major, Op. 76, No. 5
BARTÓK String Quartet No. 6
BEETHOVEN String Quartet in C-sharp Minor, Op. 131
Promising young quartets take the stage to perform masterworks by Haydn, Beethoven, and Bartók in this culminating recital of a workshop led by one of the world’s greatest chamber ensembles, the Takács Quartet.

American Soundscapes

Zankel Hall
Wednesday, April 24, 2013 | 7:30 PM

Program

STEVEN MACKEY Ground Swell
JOHN ADAMS Gnarly Buttons
CARTER Double Concerto
Guided by composer John Adams and conductor David Robertson, talented young conductors take the podium to lead a handpicked ensemble of dynamic young instrumentalists in the first of two concerts featuring landmark American works of the 20th and 21st centuries.

American Soundscapes

Zankel Hall
Thursday, April 25, 2013 | 7:30 PM

Program

IVES Three Places in New England
JOHN ADAMS Shaker Loops
ANDREW NORMAN Try
MICHAEL GORDON Yo Shakespeare
Guided by composer John Adams and conductor David Robertson, talented young conductors take the podium to lead a handpicked ensemble of dynamic young instrumentalists in this final concert featuring landmark American works of the 20th and 21st centuries.