Classical

Josh South

The Gateway Chamber Orchestra presents the Appalachian Spring concert with two performances: Sunday, April 19, at 3 pm and Monday, April 20, at 7:30 pm. The GCO performs Luciano Berio’s intimate and colorful Folk Songs, a cycle of eleven folk melodies from around the world written in 1964.

Featuring mezzo-soprano Teresa Buchholz, Folk Songs was written to showcase vocal technique, flexibility and the beauty of the human voice. When Buchholz made her GCO debut in 2013, the Nashville press hailed the collaboration as “transcendent.”

The Gateway Chamber Orchestra presents the Appalachian Spring concert with two performances: Sunday, April 19, at 3 pm and Monday, April 20, at 7:30 pm. The GCO performs Luciano Berio’s intimate and colorful Folk Songs, a cycle of eleven folk melodies from around the world written in 1964.
 

11:30 am ‘Entrepreneurship in Music” – Hinton Hall

12:45 pm Master class – SFA 205

8:00 pm Robert Dick in Recital – Hinton Hall

Robert Dick    www.robertdick.net

A flutist whose technical resources and imagination seem limitless. - New York Times

His playing acknowledges no boundaries. – Village Voice, NYC

The Middle Tennessee State University Flute Choir joins up with the Murfreesboro Community Flute Choir to present a free concert featuring music written by women composers.  The free concert will take place in Hinton Hall on the MTSU campus at 8:00 pm Monday, March 30th.  Deanna Little will conduct music of Catherine McMichael, Valerie Coleman, Anne McGinty, Stella Sung and others.  Rebecca Murphy will be the soloist in Sung’s Meditation.  That’s a free concert of the MTSU and Murfreesboro Community Flute Choirs on Monday, March 30th at 8pm in Hinton Hall on the MTSU campus.

Lisa Bielawa, Charles Otte and Kronos Quartet Debut New Opera with KCETLinkVireo: The Spiritual Biography of a Witch’s AccuserAn Innovative Episodic Serial Opera Offered On-Air and Online in Partnership with Cal State Fullerton’s Grand Central Art CenterPilot Premieres March 31 on ARTBOUND on KCET and online at KCET.org/artbound and April 6 on Link TV

Go Behind the Scenes: www.kcet.org/arts/artbound/projects/vireo/

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