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Beth Anderson at Carnegie Hall on Nov 19
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 25, 2003 12:05 pm    Post subject: Beth Anderson at Carnegie Hall on Nov 19 Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

[Editors note: Don't miss this one if you can possibly make it. It promises to be fantastic.]

Swales and Angels
An Evening of the Music of Beth Anderson



Date and Time - Wednesday, November 19, 2003 - 8:00 PM
Location - Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, 57 Street at 7th Avenue,
New York City

Repertoire -
Flute Swale for flute solo
January Swale for string quartet
March Swale for string quartet
Pennyroyal Swale for string quartet
Rosemary Swale for string quartet
Piano Concerto for piano, strings and percussion
The Angel for soprano, harp, celesta and strings
New Mexico Swale for flute, percussion and strings

Names of Performers -
Rubio String Quartet (from Belgium and exquisite)
Jessica Marsten, soprano (beautiful/huge range with clear diction!)
Joseph Kubera, piano and celesta (wonderful player, as always)
Gary M. Schneider, conductor (clear, concise, the best)
Andrew Bolotowsky, flute (my favorite bluebird with such a robust quality)
Andre Tarantiles, harp (reputation of both perfection and kindness)
David Rozenblatt, percussion (creative across many fields)
Darren Campbell, string bass (my favorite bass player; lives in Indiana)

Ticket Prices - $20
Date Tickets Go On Sale - 9/19/03

This information is also on www.carnegiehall.org


I am so excited about this concert. The soprano has beautiful diction as well as a lovely voice. The Belgian string quartet is exquisite. Joseph Kubera premeired the piano concerto in 1997 and this is Kyle Gann's favorite piece of mine. All the musicians are wonderful. The words to The Angel are from a Hans Christian Andersen story, with the story within the story set to lyrics by Anthony Calabrese used by permission of Gail Calabrese. The repertoire on this concert (except for Flute Swale) will be out on a New World CD in 2004.

You are heartily encouraged to attend.

If you have any questions or need more information, please either contact me or Jeffrey James Arts Consulting - 516-797-9166 or jamesarts@worldnet.att.net.

Many thanks.
Beth


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