Marcelo, Marcello & More Cello
March 2, 2010
Please join us for our “Marcelo, Marcello and More Cello” chamber music salon on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010 at 6:30 PM featuring works by Marcelo Coronel, Benedetto Marcello, Frederic Chopin, Jim Bosse and others with performers, Marcelo Coronel, guitar, Joyce Hanagan, oboe, JIm Bosse, guitar, Don Perkins, cello, Abe Minzer, piano. A delicious dinner will complement the concert. Program Concerto in C minor for Oboe and Piano ...
Please join us for our “Marcelo, Marcello and More Cello” chamber music salon on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010 at 6:30 PM featuring works by Marcelo Coronel, Benedetto Marcello, Frederic Chopin, Jim Bosse and others with performers, Marcelo Coronel, guitar, Joyce Hanagan, oboe, JIm Bosse, guitar, Don Perkins, cello, Abe Minzer, piano. A delicious dinner will complement the concert. Program Concerto in C minor for Oboe and Piano B. Marcello (1686-1739) Joyce Hanagan, oboe, Abe Minzer, piano Temple del Diablo, Serie 1 Marcelo Coronel (b. 1962) 1. Preludio 2. Danza de las abejas 3. Casi nada La estancia vieja Atahualpa Yupanqui La del Campo Pablo del Cerro Marcelo Coronel, guitar Hanging Tree Jim Bosse (b. 1949) Marcelo Coronel, guitar, Jim Bosse, guitar Sonata in G minor for Cello and Piano Frederic Chopin (1810-1849) Allegro moderato, Largo Don Perkins, cello, Abe Minzer, piano Intermission Distribution of Flowers Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959) Air for Chiara Jim Bosse (b.1949) Canción Fatua José Paredes (b.1958) Ctyri Kusy Stepan Rak (b.1945) 1. Andante comodo 2. Allegro risoluto 3. Adagio cantabile 4. Con moto Joyce, Hanagan, oboe, Jim Bosse, guitar Milonga para mi viejo Marcelo Coronel Imaginario Popular Argentino: Centro y Noroeste Marcelo Coronel 1. Pachamama 2. Salamanca 3. Coquena 4. La umita 5. Velando al angelito Marcelo Coronel, guitar --- Cost: $25 (includes dinner + concert) Reservations, Info, Location: Call Abe Minzer at 229-2239, or email aminzer@comcast, or visit our website: http://ClassicallyAlive.com Please make reservations as space is limited. ------ Guitarist/Composer, Marcelo Coronel from Argentina guitarist, was born in Buenos Aires and now resides in the city of Rosario. Having played the guitar since childhood, he graduated from the School of Music of Rosario's National University with the degree “Licenciado en Música Especialidad Guitarra.” Marcelo has composed for guitar solo, duo, and quartet, as well as guitar duos with flute or clarinet. His main pursuit has been in the field of Argentine folk music and modern projections of these art forms. He has published music scores in Germany and in Argentina. His works have also been recorded on CDs released in Canada, Brazil, Argentina, and the United States. Marcelo performs regularly as soloist. He has offered concerts in several Argentine provinces as well as in the capital, Buenos Aires. He has toured Latin America, appearing in Chile, Peru, and the Dominican Republic, and has offered seminars on the forms and genres of Argentine music. Popular music and chamber music ensembles with which he has recorded and concretized include Escarbanda (trio of piano, guitar and percussion), Los Khorus (quartet of guitar, charango, quena and siku), and El entrevero (guitar duo). Since 1992, he has played as a member of Meridiano, a duo of flute and guitar with Maria Amalia Maritano. Marcelo divides his time between composing, playing, recording, editing his works, and teaching at his private studio. For more information, please visit: http://www.marcelocoronel.com.ar/indexen.php Oboist, Joyce Hanagan,, woodwind specialist and conductor, is an active freelance musician in the Pikes Peak Region. She has performed as soloist with the Pueblo Symphony, Pueblo Chamber Orchestra and the Alpine Orchestra, and has also played in the Colorado Springs Philharmonic, Fine Arts Center musical productions, Broadmoor Pops and Chamber Orchestra of the Springs. As music coordinator of Saint Andrew’s Recital Series, Joyce welcomes local, national and international musicians to perform in the beautiful and intimate setting of Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Manitou Springs. Last season was highlighted by the premiere of the orchestral arrangement of Suite Indiana by Jorge Cardoso with the guitar duo, Dos Américas and with Joyce conducting. She also frequently performs in the series. Joyce is an adjunct professor of Music at Colorado College and teaches kindergarten/first grade general music in Widefield School District. Guitarist/Composer, Jim Bosse, formerly guitarist with Billy Joel, shifted interest to classical music as well, and has played in over 30 master classes with many of the world’s great guitarists. Jim founded the Southern Colorado Guitar Society in 1986, and has taught guitar at Adam State in Alamosa, CO, and Colorado State University in Pueblo. Jim has performed over 200 concerts in the Americas, composes classical guitar music, and arranges popular music for classical guitar. He has published 2 books and recorded 6 CDs. For more information, visit: http://jimbosse.com Cellist, Don Perkins is very busy performing throughout the Front Range. Since arriving in Colorado 17 years ago, he has become a dedicated participant in Chamberre in the Rockies, Evergreen Chamber Orchestra recital series, Colorado Chamber Music Society, Amateur Chamber Music Players, and the Boulder Chamber Orchestra. He has organized several recitals and has formed We Three Strings, Estes Trio, and Decker Trio. He has performed several of his own transcriptions for small ensembles. Don has performed at Lincoln Center in New York City, at the World’s Fair in Knoxville, Tennessee, as well as two European tours, where he served as Principal Cellist for the American Youth Symphony and Musicians of Saint Clair. His teachers include Loren Scott Mallory, Irvin Kauffman, and Richard Slavich (University of Denver). He continues to receive coaching from Slavich, Greg Dufford of Metropolitan State College, and Katharine Knight formerly of DaVinci String Quartet. Don lives in the Park Hill neighborhood of Denver with his wife Becky. Pianist, Abe Minzer, is creator/director of “Classically Alive”. Under the sponsorship of the Pikes Peak Arts Council, Classically Alive hosts over 30 musicians and other artists, and features diverse monthly at-home music/arts salons, in addition to programs across Colorado. A venue for painters, poets, discussion, great good and camaraderie, Classically Alive salons host a wide range of musical styles including contemporary. Minzer earned a doctorate in music at West Virginia University, and taught piano and chamber music at Goucher College in Baltimore, MD. He plays concerts throughout the US, and has appeared as piano soloist in Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major with the Pittsburgh Symphony. Dr. Minzer has performed and introduced compositions of Ofer Ben-Amots’ at many venues, including Classically Alive, Temple Beit Torah, and for the PILLAR Adult Education school. Currently, Dr. Minzer is an instructor at University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS), teaching courses such as 20th Century Music and Intro to Music. -----
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