tags: Leonard Bernstein

Family Matinee

Sunday, March 18th, 2007

Sunday, March 18, 3:00 PM

Theodore Wiprud, Host

Pico Alt, violin
Christopher Tignor, violin, casted right hand, and electromagnetic hijinx
Chris McIntyre, trombone and computer
Lisa Bielawa, soprano
Andy Laster, alto saxophone

William Bolcom In Memoriam Joe Venuti
Pico Alt, violin

Christopher Tignor Improvisation
Christopher Tignor, violin, casted right hand, and electromagnetic hijinx

Leonard Bernstein Elegy for Mippy II
Chris McIntyre, trombone

Christopher McIntyre excerpt from stuplimity no. 3
Chris McIntyre, trombone and computer

Gordon Beeferman West of Winter
Lisa Bielawa, soprano

Andy Laster Improvisation
Andy Laster, alto saxophone

Group Improvisation
Everyone!

Virtually American with The Brooklyn Youth Chorus and The Western Wind

Tuesday, February 8th, 2000

February 8th, 2000

Virtually American with The Brooklyn Youth Chorus and The Western Wind

Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Avenue New York, NY

PROGRAM

Diante Burkun, director
Oren Fader, guitar
Matthew Brady, piano
Elizabeth Panzer, harp
Frank Barr
Neil Farrell
Elliot Levine
Michael Steinberger
Matthew Brady, keyboard
Eleanor Sandresky, keyboard
Chris Nappi, percussion
Patrick Clark, violin

Francisco Nunez From Four Spanish Lullabies:
Criome Mi Madre anonymous texts
Nana para Guitara
Cucu
Brooklyn Youth Chorus
Dianne Berkun, director
Oren Fader, guitar

Shafer Mahoney Two Bronte Songs (World Premiere)
1. Cold clear and blue
2. I know not
texts by Emily Bronte
Commissioned by Music at the Anthology for the Brooklgn Youth Chorus
with funds from the Jerome Foundatton and The Greenwall Foundatton
Brooklyn Youth Chorus
Matthew Brady, piano

Gustavo Matamoros Re: Elizabeth
Elizabeth Panzer, harp

Leonard Bernstein Chichester Psalms
II. Psalm 23, entire; Psalm 2, vs. l-4
Brooklyn Youth Chorus
with Frank Barr, Neil Farrell, Elliot Levine, and Michael Steinberger
Matthew Brady and Eleanor Sandresky, keyboards
Chris Nappi, percussion
Elizabeth Panzer, harp

INTERMISSION

Patrick Clark Catgut! (New York Premiere)
Patrick Clark, violin

Lisa Bielawa Machina Mundi I: Lucretius (World Premiere)
texts by Lucretius and Robert Grossteste
Commissioned by The Western Wind with funds From the New York State
Council on the Arts Commissioning Program

James Bassi From love, war and politics
“without the mercy of’ texts by E.E.Cummings
“pity this busy monster, manunkind”
The Western Wind