One Art Ensemble: Music of Britain and America Miriam Miller - Mame Loshn (2010, encore performance) Vartan Aghababian - 2 Songs for Soprano, Viola and Piano (2010) Benjamin Britten - Lachrymae for Viola and Piano, Op. 48 John Dowland - Flow My Tears, If My Complaints Roger Quilter - Elizabethan Lyrics Aghababian - When We Were Very Young Holy Trinity Church, 301 Lopez Avenue 6:00pm, Admission with Donation
One Art Ensemble: Music of Germany and America Miriam Miller - Mame Loshn (2010, world premiere) Vartan Aghababian - 2 Songs for Soprano, Viola and Piano (2010) Robert Schumann - Adagio & Allegro Op. 70 for Viola & Piano, Robert Schumann - Selected Songs Works on the theme of childhood by Jake Heggie, Howard Frazin, and Jessica Rugani. Quimper Unitarian Church, 2333 San Juan Ave 7:00pm, Admission with Donation
One Art Ensemble and the UC Davis Composers present a program of new works for soprano, viola and piano.
Program will include Vartan Aghababian – Songs for Soprano, Viola, and Piano (2010); Brahms Viola Sonata in F minor; Jake Heggie – Rise & Fall; Paul Hindemith – Gute Nacht for Soprano and Viola; Liam Wade – Drei Träume (Three Dreams) for Soprano, Viola, and Piano (2010); and more!
One Art Ensemble Presents "Nature, Love, and Fantasy: Three Centuries of Story and Song" Program Details: Vartan Aghababian – Selected Songs for Soprano, Viola, and Piano (2010); Robert Schumann – Märchenbilder, Op. 113 and Selected Songs; John Duke – Selected Songs for Soprano and Piano; Jake Heggie – My True Love Hath My Heart; Felix Mendelssohn – Die Liebende Schreibt; Paul Hindemith – Gute Nacht for Soprano and Viola; Liam Wade – Drei Träume (Three Dreams) for Soprano, Viola, and Piano (2010)
Bio: Hailed as “beautiful feminine giants of chamber music,” One Art Ensemble is quickly gaining recognition for its inspiring juxtaposition of instrumental music, art song, and works by living composers. The members of One Art Ensemble (Alexa Beattie, viola, Ann Moss, soprano, and Hillary Nordwell, p...See Full Bio
“One Art Ensemble turns one year old this month, giving it reason to celebrate. The ensemble — soprano Ann Moss, pianist Hillary Nordwell, and violist Alexa Beattie — has everything going for it: talent, youth, musicality, and the ensemble chops it has developed in various configurations together since 2004. The players’ captivating sound and commitment to developing new works for this unique instrumentation is beginning to earn them the recognition they deserve.”