The WORT 89.9 FM Madison, Wisconsin Area Classical Music Calendar for the Week Beginning March 13, 2014 Compiled by Rich Samuels, Host of “Anything Goes”

Wednesday, 12 March 2014 | Rich Samuels

Thursday March 13, 7 pm at the Oakwood Village Center for the Arts and Education, 6205 Mineral Point Road, Madison.
The Varshavski-Shapiro Piano Duo

http://www.piano-4-hands.com/

Thursday March 13, 7:30 pm at Morphy Hall, 455 North Park Street, Madison.
The UW Percussion Studio Recital.

Friday March 14, noon at the First Unitarian Society, 900 University Bay Drive, Madison
Black Marigold Woodwind Quintet: Elizabeth Marshall, flute; Laura M.edisky, oboe; Bethany Schultz, clarinet; Kia Karlen, horn; Cindy Cameron-Fix, bassoon.

Music of Reicha, Ligeti, Stravinsky and Brian Duford.

Program:
Quintet Op. 88 No. 2 – Anton Reicha
Six Bagatelles – György Ligeti
The Rite of Spring – Igor Stravinsky, arr. Jonathan Russell
Vignettes Balletiques – Brian DuFord

Black Marigold
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Friday March 14, 7:30 pm at the First United Methodist Church, 203 Wisconsin Avenue Madison.
The Kat Trio

Vlad, Vikki, and Justin will do an audience Q&A prior to their performance.
The concert is free and open to the public. A free will offering will be taken.

Friday March 14, 8 pm at Overture Center-Capitol Theater, 201 State Street, Madison.
The Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra with violinist Karina Cenellakis.

American composer Michael McLean’s Elements is almost a modern day version of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. An ethereal work comprised of four movements named Earth, Fire, Air, and Water, and will introduce the amazing talent of violin virtuoso, Karina Canellakis. Mendelssohn’s effervescent Violin Concerto, and Haydn’s Symphony No. 101 his famous ‘Clock’ symphony, feature the WCO at its finest.

Web: www.wcoconcerts.org

Saturday March 15 beginning at 1:30 pm and Sunday March 16 beginning at 1:30 pm at Mills Hall, 455 North Park Street, Madison.
The Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestras present the Diane Endres Ballweg Winterfest Concert Series.

March 15

Sinfonietta:

Folk Song Follow the Drinking Gourd

Arr. Carrie Lane Gruselle

Copland Old American Songs

Arr. John Moss

Tchaikovsky Ethnic Variations

Arr. Jamin Hoffman

Doris Gazda Isle of Skye

Smetana Themes from the Moldau

Arr. Roberts S Frost

Norman Leyden Serenade for String Orchestra
Concert Orchestra:

Ralph Ford Ashford Celebration

Chopin Three Songs of Chopin

transcribed for orchestra by Norman Dello Joio

The Ring
The Lovers
The Wish

Holst In the Bleak Midwinter

Setting by Robert W. Smith

Michael Kamen Band of Brothers Suite for Orchestra

Arr. Roy Phillippe

Mussorgsky The Great Gate of Kiev

Arr. David Stone
March 16
Philharmonia Orchestra:

Beethoven Symphony No. 5, op.67, C minor

Just the 4th movement

Shostakovich Symphony No.5, op.47, D minor

Just the 4th movement

Grieg Peer Gynt Suite No. 1

Morning
Aesa’s Death
In the hall of the Mt. King

Delibes March and Procession to Bacchus

Wagner Procession to the Cathedral
Youth Orchestra:

Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 4 , op.36, F minor

Dwayne S. Milburn Liturgical Scenes.

Heligenberg zu Heidelberg
Der Dom zu Speyer
Der Altener Judener Freidhof zu Worms
Der Dom zu Koeln

Manuel de Falla El sombrero de tres picos (Three-Cornered Hat) Suite No. 2 (Three Dances)

Saturday March 15, 3 pm at the Malt House, 2609 East Washington, Madison.
The Yahara String Quart presents a two hour concert.

Sunday March 16, 3 pm in Young Auditorium, 930 West Main Street, Whitewater.
The Whitewater Symphony presents works of Dvorak, Copland and Saint-Saens.

The Whitewater Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Christopher Ramaekers will be performing Dvorak’s New World Symphony paired with An Outdoor Overture by the iconic American composer Aaron Copland. Concerto competitionwinner Jennifer Jones will be featured playing the Saint-Saens Morceau de Concert for horn.

Ramaekers is the winner of the 2011 American Prize in Orchestral Conducting, and is currently Principal Conductor of the Ravenswood Community Orchestra and Director of Orchestras at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Chris has been Music Director of the Orchestra of St. Vincent’s and the Hyde Park Youth Symphony and the summer of 2013 marked his fourth season as Director of Orchestras at Camp Encore/Coda in Sweden, Maine. As a guest conductor, Chris has appeared with the Kalamazoo Symphony, North Shore Chamber Orchestra, Salt Creek Chamber Orchestra, the Alice Millar Brass Ensemble, ensemble dal niente, the Palomar Ensemble, and the Chicago Opera Vanguard.

Tickets are available by calling 262-472-2222 or on-line at http://tickets.uww.edu<http://tickets.uww.edu/> General public: $5, over 65: $4, and under 18/UWW students: $3.

Sunday March 16, 3 pm in Young Auditorium, 930 West Main Street, Whitewater.
The Whitewater Symphony presents works of Dvorak, Copland and Saint-Saens.

The Whitewater Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Christopher Ramaekers will be performing Dvorak’s New World Symphony paired with An Outdoor Overture by the iconic American composer Aaron Copland. Concerto competitionwinner Jennifer Jones will be featured playing the Saint-Saens Morceau de Concert for horn.

Ramaekers is the winner of the 2011 American Prize in Orchestral Conducting, and is currently Principal Conductor of the Ravenswood Community Orchestra and Director of Orchestras at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Chris has been Music Director of the Orchestra of St. Vincent’s and the Hyde Park Youth Symphony and the summer of 2013 marked his fourth season as Director of Orchestras at Camp Encore/Coda in Sweden, Maine. As a guest conductor, Chris has appeared with the Kalamazoo Symphony, North Shore Chamber Orchestra, Salt Creek Chamber Orchestra, the Alice Millar Brass Ensemble, ensemble dal niente, the Palomar Ensemble, and the Chicago Opera Vanguard.

Tickets are available by calling 262-472-2222 or on-line at http://tickets.uww.edu<http://tickets.uww.edu/> General public: $5, over 65: $4, and under 18/UWW students: $3.

Wednesday March 13, noon at Luther Memorial Chuirch, 1021 University Avenue, Madison
Organ concert with organist Bruce Bengston.

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