Santa Barbara, CA / 211

Wednesday, January 27, 2010  |  Presented by Lobero Theater

About

This week, from the Lobero Theater in Santa Barbara, California, our line-up of outstanding performers includes an exceptionally young pianist performing Liszt, a teenage piano trio performing the music of Astor Piazzolla, and a talented soprano who received some of her valuable training at the Macaroni Grill.

Performers and Repertoire:

Violinist Jonathan Miron, 17, from New York, NY, performs “The Fountain of Arethusa” from Myths, Three Poems for Violin and Piano by Karol Szymanowski

Soprano and Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Kara Sainz, 17, from Temecula, CA, performs “Voi Che Sapete” from The Marriage of Figaro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Soleil Trio (violinist Kenneth Renshaw, 16, from San Francisco, CA; cellist Will Chow, 16, from Los Altos, CA; and pianist Rieko Tsuchida, 15, from Mill Valley, CA) perform “Verano Porteño” (Summer) from The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires by Astor Piazzolla, arr. José Bragato.

Flutist Kevin McAtee, 17, from Oxnard, CA, performs I. Allegro maestoso from Concerto No. 1 in G major, K.313 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Pianist Umi Garrett, 9, from Aliso Viejo, CA, performs “Gnomenreigen” (Dance of the Gnomes) by Franz Liszt

Performers & Repertoire

  • "The Fountain of Arethusa" from Myths, Three Poems for Violin and Piano by Karol Szymanowski
  • Kevin McAtee, flute
    I. Allegro maestoso from Concerto No. 1 in G major, K.313 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • “Verano Porteño” (Summer) from The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires by Astor Piazzolla, arr. José Bragato.
  • "Voi Che Sapete" from The Marriage of Figaro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • "Gnomenreigen" (Dance of the Gnomes) by Franz Liszt

Release Dates

  • Monday, September 13, 2010
  • Monday, April 12, 2010

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