[SCA-Dance] Ensemble AROW performs a concert of Eastern European
richgeis at jps.net
Mon Mar 6 14:46:41 EST 2006
If you live in or around the San Francisco Bay Area or Sacramento, you are invited to attend a concert by Ensemble AROW (the American Recorder Orchestra of the West, based in Oakland). You will have a wonderful & memorable experience of musical variety, excitement and breath-taking beauty.
Ensemble AROW, affliliate of the San Francisco Early Music Society, presents its spring concerts in northern California cities:
THE MUSICAL TRADITIONS OF EASTERN EUROPE, a concert of classical and folk music of Romania, Russia, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia.& the Balkans
Sat., Mar. 11, 3 p.m., Fair Oaks Presbyterian Church
11427 Fair Oaks Blvd. in the village of Fair Oaks.
Sat., Mar. 12, 3 p.m., First Baptist Church of Grass Valley,
1866 Ridge Rd., Grass Valley..
April 30, All Souls Episcopal Church
2220 Cedar St., Berkeley
Admission at door: $10 Adults, $7 Seniors & Students
$5 Children under 12.
Contact: Richard Geisler, 530-477-2293 - richgeis at jps.net
Director Geisler conducts Ensemble AROW in a program that features the music of well known Eastern European composers, Dvorak, Shostakovich & Bartok, but also includes important works by others unfamiliar to concert-goers. The second half of the program immerses the audience in the folk music and song that inspired these composers whose music finds its roots in the folk traditions of their part of the world.
The presentation of both classical and folk music in one concert makes for a program that is filled with a variety of music and moods that catches the audience up in the Folk Spirit of Eastern Europe.
We invite you to this unusual program that we are sure will inspire you. You will be intrigued not only by the music you hear but also by the array of players and recorders you see performing it. The church will resound with beautiful melodies, harmonies & rhythms, and you will see the extensive recorder family played by musicians making this marvelous music that penetrates to the heart
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