September 16, 2013

Highlights include: A continuation of a music preview from all of the upcoming performers during the Society's 50th Anniversary Season. Music from Fabio Zanon, William Kanengiser, the Festival of Four, Ana Vidovic, Duo Noire, and Jason Vieaux.

September 30, 2013

Highlights include: Music performed by Thomas Flippin and Chris Mallett of Duo Noire, including Haitian composer Franz Casseus, Russian composer Nikita Koskin, Two Figments by Ray Lustig, Etude 7 of Heitor Villa-Lobos, and A Soldier's Sonata, composed and performed by Thomas Flippin.

October 14, 2013

Highlights include music of Duo Noire once again, both solo and in duo, including J.S Bach, with performances by mandolinist Chris Thile and harpsichordist Scott Ross. Also music of Haitian composer Franz Casseus and St. Louisan Scott Joplin.

October 21, 2013

Highlights include: Music from some of the fine guitar duos the Society has sponsored since 1990: Includes The Assads, Duo Melis, Brasil Guitar Duo, The Beijing Duo, The Newman-Oltman Duo, Katona Twins, Hill and Wiltschinsky Duo, Pearl and Gray, Andriacco and Castellani, the Strano Sisters, and our local guitar duo of John McClellan and Kirk Hanser.

November 4, 2013

Highlights: The first of three episodes featuring music as performed by guitarist Ana Vidovic. This show features music from the Partita in E Major BWV1006 by J. S. Bach; Seven of the Castles of Spain, concluding with Montemayor (originally entitled "Romance of the Pines"); and Sonata Romantica in four movements by Manuel Ponce. This show also features music from the program to be performed in St. Louis on November 23, 2013: Variations on a Theme by Mozart, performed by Christopher Parkening. 

October 28, 2013

Highlights: Our Halloween Extravaganza: Music by J.S. Bach, Luigi Lagnani, Andy York, Joaquin Rodrigo, and Heitor Villa-Lobos, performed by Philip Hi, Chris Mallett, Antigoni Goni, the New World Guitar Trio, Montreal Guitar Trio, the Falla Guitr Trio, and the California Guitar Trio.

November 11, 2013

Highlights include:  We continue the Castles of Spain of Frederico Moreno Torroba, with the final seven as performed by Ana Vidovic; Bagatelles 1,4, and 5 by William Walton; Music of Croatian composer Stjepan Sulek, "The Troubadours Three": and concludes with three parlor gems by Francisco Tarrega. 

November 18, 2013

Highlights include: This conclusion of the three-part Series on music recorded by and to be programmed by Croatian guitarist Ana Vidovic to perform on Saturday November 23, 8 pm at the Ethical Society. Music includes Allegro BWV 998 of JS Bach, Allegro from the Sonatina and Gates of Spain by Federico Moreno Torroba, Una Limosna por el Amor de Dios of Augustin Barrios, Asturias of Isaac Albeniz, and a recording by Segovia of the Allegro from Sonata in D, Opus 77, by Mario Castelnuovo Tedesco. 


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