Roll Over Beethoven!

Join us on Wednesday, October 30 for our next Music in the Lobby concert, from 12:30-1:30pm in the Fenwick Library Lobby. Wednesday’s concert will feature:

Sonata for Two Violins op. 2 TWV 40:103 by Georg Philip Telemann (1681-1767); I. Dolce and II. Allegro with Jenn Di Nino and Victoria Behrens, violins.

“Quinten” (“Fifths”) Quartet, op. 76, no. 2 in D Minor by Joseph Haydn (1732-1809); I. Allegro with Joy Lee and Devon Guice, violins; Jaclyn Kitcoff, viola; and Andrew Ryan, cello.

Canción para Carla by Alfonso Montes (b. 1955) with Calvin Zubaly and Nick Vellanikaran, guitars.

Trio for Clarinets, op. 7, no. 1 in B-flat Major by Jacques Bouffil (1783-1868); I. Allegro moderato with Maya Fisher, Teresa Jenkins, and Erie Liang, clarinets.

Quartet op. 59, no. 1 in F Major, by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827); I. Allegro with Elizabeth Leung and Victoria Behrens, violins; Nicholas McKee, viola; and Eddie Adams, cello.

Terzetto: Hen, Cuckoo, and Donkey by Franz Anton Hoffmeister (1754-1812); arr. Carolyn White; with Nathan Graham, Brian Bera, and John Wehmeyer, double basses.          

Music in the Lobby Coordinators: Professor June Huang, Director of Strings, Mason School of Music; Professor Kathleen Mulcahy, Director of Woodwinds, Mason School of Music; Steve Gerber, Music Librarian, Mason Libraries.

Music in the Lobby concerts are approved for MUSI 300 credit. Refreshments courtesy of Argo Tea Café. Learn more! Visit infoguides.gmu.edu/music.

Music in the Lobby: The Secrets of Chamber

Join us on Wednesday, September 25 for the first Music in the Lobby concert of the Fall 2019 semester! Music in the Lobby is coordinated by Professor June Huang, Director of Strings, Mason School of Music and Steve Gerber, Music Librarian, Mason Libraries. Music in the Lobby features music by Mason students and is approved for MUSI 300 credit. Refreshments at the concert are provided courtesy of Argo Tea. Wednesday’s concert will feature:

Concerto for Four Violins in D Major, TWV 40:202
by Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)
With Jenn Di Nino, Jaclyn Kitcoff, Joy Lee, and Devon Guice, violins

Kol Nidrei, Op. 47
by Max Bruch (1838-1920), arranged by Gunter Ribke
With Eddie Adams, solo cello, and Allan Fogelson, Reagan Brown, Paul Rodriguez, and Crystal Williams, cellos

Three Character Pieces and One Transcription
by Elaine Fine (b. 1959)
With Sheir Clark, clarinet, and Fiona Madigan, viola

Nocturne from A Midsummer Night’s Dream
by Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847), arranged by Carolyn White
Adagio, K.617a
by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), arranged by Carolyn White
With Nathan Graham, Brian Bera, and John Wehmeyer, double basses

Appalachia Waltz
Mark O’Connor (b. 1961) and Edgar Meyer (b. 1960)
With Victoria Behrens, violin, Nicholas McKee, viola, Eddie Adams, cello