DELIRIUM MUSICUM CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

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Dec 12 | 3:30pm

Wilshire Auditorium at Fullerton College

 

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CONCERT PERFORMANCES

Fullerton Friends of Music 2021-2022 63rd Season

 

Due to certain Covid constraints we will present the season’s concerts in three different venues. The venue name and address for each concert is listed by the date of the concert. Parking is free in all. We are sorry for the inconvenience but so happy to be able to offer you live music again!

For your safety, masks and proof of vaccination will be required.           

All concerts will commence at 3:30 p.m.  Please arrive early in order to have your vaccination information checked.

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NIcholas Tavani, violin; Rachel Shapiro, violin; Caitlyn Lynch, viola; Alan Richardson, cello (Alice Yoo replaced Alan Richardson for this concert.)

Program  

Joseph Haydn          Quartet in F minor, Op. 20, No. 5

William Bolcom       3 Rags for String Quartet

Antonín  Dvořák      String Quartet in F major, Op. 96,                                                ‘American’

Aeolus Quartet

November 14, 2021 at 3:30pm

Fullerton First United Methodist Church

114 N. Pomona Ave., Fullerton, CA.

Aeolus Quartet Praised by the Baltimore Sun for combining “smoothly meshed technique with a sense of spontaneity and discovery,” the Aeolus Quartet, formed in 2008, has been awarded prizes at nearly every major competition in the United States and performed across the globe (Alice Tully Hall, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Reinberger Recital Hall at Severance Hall, The Library of Congress) with showings "worthy of a major-league quartet" (Scott Cantrell, Dallas Morning News). Mark Satola of the Cleveland Plain Dealer writes, “The quartet has a rich and warm tone combined with precise ensemble playing (that managed also to come across as fluid and natural), and an impressive musical intelligence guided every technical and dramatic turn.”  They were the 2013-2015 Graduate Resident String Quartet at the Juilliard School, and they currently make their home in New York City.

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Thirteen musicians - violins, violas, cellos, basses and keyboard.

Program

Vivaldi-Richter       The American Four Seasons (excerpts)

Bach                        Brandenburg Concerto No.3, i. Allegro

Glass                       The American Four Seasons (excerpts)

G. Bersanetti         Hommage to "Fidlder"

Brahms                   Hungarian Dance No. 4

Delirium Musicum Chamber Orchestra

December 12, 2021 at 3:30pm

Wilshire Auditorium at Fullerton College

315 E. Wilshire Ave., Fullerton, CA.

Delirium Musicum is a self-conducted chamber orchestra dedicated to providing impassioned and engaging musical performances that deeply connect the audience to the musicians. Influenced by the bustling artistic mosaic of LA, the group applies dazzling creativity and limitless excitement to their performances that are known to an ever-growing audience. Delirium Musicum represents the artistic excellence and leadership of the young generation of musicians in Los Angeles.  Creative and unapologetic interpretation of the old masters as well as collaboration with contemporary composers brings a unique voice to the group. For this performance there will be an ensemble of thirteen.

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Busch Trio

January 30, 2022 at 3:30pm

Wilshire Avenue Community Church

212 E. Wilshire Ave., Fullerton, CA.

Omri Epstein, piano; Mathieu Van Bellen, violin;

Ori Epstein, cello.

Busch Trio The musicians of the Busch Trio have won several prizes in international competitions as soloists and graduated from renowned academies of music in Britain. This trio came into being in 2012 and is the fruit of a friendship that had existed for years. Great names such as the teacher of chamber music Eberhard Feltz, pianist Sir András Schiff and The Artemis Quartet have contributed to their development.  With their ‘effortless musicianship’ (The Times) and great emotional sensitivity ascribed to them by the press and their loyal fans, these three musicians are guided by the head as much as the heart when playing music.

Program

Wolfgang Mozart        Trio in B-flat major, KV. 502

Johannes Brahms       Trio in C minor, Op. 101

Maurice Ravel              Trio in A minor

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Pala Garcia, violin; John Popham, cello;

Renate Rohlfing, piano.

Longleash Piano Trio

February 20, 2022 at 3:30pm

Wilshire Avenue Community Church

212 E. Wilshire Ave., Fullerton, CA.

Longleash is an ensemble with a traditional instrumentation and a progressive identity. The “expert young trio” (Strad Magazine) takes its name from Operation Long Leash, a Cold War era CIA operation that promoted American avant-garde artists in Europe. “Fearlessly accomplished” (Arts Desk UK), Longleash has quickly earned a reputation in the US and abroad for innovative programming, artistic excellence and new music advocacy. Longleash has given workshops at University College Cork, Royal Irish Academy of Music, The Juilliard School’s Music Advancement Program, Manhattan School of Music, Hunter College, New York University, The Graduate Center (CUNY), and Ohio University.

Program

Lili Boulanger         D'un Matin de Printemps

Clara Schumann    Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 17

Lili Boulanger         D'un Soir Triste

Yaz Lancaster         Shed Velvet

James Diaz              In her dream song 

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Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe, piano.

Program

Music by Mozart, Brahms, Leonard Bernstein, Anderson & Roe, and more

Anderson & Roe Piano Duo

April 03, 2022 at 3:30pm

Wilshire Avenue Community Church

212 E. Wilshire Ave., Fullerton, CA.

Anderson & Roe Piano Duo Known for their adrenalized performances, original compositions, and notorious music videos, Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe are revolutionizing the piano duo experience for the 21st century. Described as “the most dynamic duo of this generation” (San Francisco Classical Voice), “rock stars of the classical music world” (Miami Herald), and “the very model of complete 21st-century musicians” (The Washington Post), the Anderson & Roe Piano Duo aims to make classical music a relevant and powerful force around the world. Since forming their musical partnership in 2002 as students at The Juilliard School, they have toured extensively worldwide as recitalists and orchestral soloists.

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