In This Series
ProArts and Stagestream Live presents a live-streamed performance of Edmond Agopian playing solo violin music by J.S. Bach
Sonata No. 1 in G minor
Partita No. 2 in D minor
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Join Tricia Edwards, jazz pianist and keyboardist, for a performance of some of her favourite tunes and some thoughts about the role of art and music in this time of isolation.
Tricia Edwards, solo keys
June 24, 2020
Afternoon in Paris, John Lewis, arr. T. Edwards
Don’t Get Around Much Anymore, Duke Ellington, arr. T. Edwards
Donna Lee, Charlie Parker, arr. T. Edwards
Alegría, Tricia Edwards
Oye Como Va, Tito Puente, arr. T. Edwards
Invitation, Ignacio Cervantes
Spring Snow, Tricia Edwards
Blues for Allie, Tricia Edwards
Walking on Sunshine, Kimberley Rew, arr. T. Edwards
Our concert will be inspired by settings of Emily Dickinson poetry. We will be doing selections from Twelve poems of Emily Dickinson by Aaron Copeland, and the entire set "The Faces of Love" which is Emily Dickinson poems set by Jake Heggie. Also some selections from Schumann Kerner songs Op 35 on a "Nature" theme.
Selections from 12 Poems of Emily Dickinson
Aaron Copland (1900-1990)
Nature, the gentlest mother
Why do they shut me out of Heaven?
The world feels dusty
Heart, we will forget him
When they come back
Going to Heaven
The Faces of Love
Jake Heggie (1961-)
I Shall Not Live in Vain
As Well as Jesus?
If You Were Coming in the Fall
It Makes No Difference Abroad
At Last, to Be Identified
Allerseelen (All Souls’ Day)
Richard Strauss (1864-1949)
Join Ayush as he demonstrates the intricacies of a seven-centuries old string instrument, the Sitar. Ayush will perform a concert of original Indian classical compositions with expressions of healing and hope during these unprecedented times.