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Blair Goins

Blair Goins

Saturday September 7, 2019 at 7:30 pm
BannerArts
7502 Flower Avenue, Takoma Park MD

Music by African-American composers

First in a new series, curated by Blair Goins.
Including the world premiere of the Blair Goins Trio for alto saxophone, tuba, & piano (a WMV “magic watering can” commission).

Program:
William Grant Still - Suite for Violin and Piano
Blair Goins - Trio for alto sax, tuba, and piano (world premiere)
George Walker - Sonata #1 for violin and piano
Oliver Nelson - Sonata for alto sax and piano
Poetry by Kay Lindsey

Rhonda Buckley-Bishop, alto saxophone, Blair Goins, tuba, Celaya Kirchner, violin, Carl Banner, piano.

Admission $20 (advance only) plus contribution of food or drink.


Fall 2019, date TBA: Church of the Ascension

Milo plus two!

Bailey Joy Myers, french horn

Bailey Joy Myers, french horn

Celaya Kirchner, Emma Hays Johnson, and Carl Banner, plus Andrew Jones, viola, and Bailey Joy Myers, french horn

Program: Brahms Trio for violin, horn, and piano, Op. 40
Brahms Quartet #3 for piano and strings in Cm, Op. 60
Fauré Quartet #2 for piano and strings in Gm, Op. 45


The Piano Trio: A Survey
BannerArts, 7502 Flower Avenue
Takoma Park MD 20912

The Milo Trio: Carl Banner, Emma Hays Johnson, Celaya Kirchner

The Milo Trio: Carl Banner, Emma Hays Johnson, Celaya Kirchner

A series of 8 concerts devoted to exploring the history and development of the piano trio genre, focusing on masterpieces of the classical, romantic, and contemporary eras. Approximately biweekly, September 2019 through January 2020. At BannerArts, 7502 Flower Avenue, Takoma Park MD 20912. Admission to each concert is $20 (advance only). Tickets for the complete series are $140. Children 12 and under are free.

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All 8 concerts:


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1. Saturday September 21 at 7:30 pm:
Program #1: Haydn/Mozart
Haydn G XV:41
Haydn D XV:24
Haydn E XV:28
Mozart E K. 542

2. Saturday October 5 at 7:30 pm:
Program #2: Mozart/Beethoven
Mozart G K. 564
Mozart Bb K. 502
Beethoven #1 in Eb Op. 1#1

3. Saturday October 19 at 7:30 pm:
Program #3: Beethoven/Schubert
Beethoven Bb Op. 97 (“Archduke”)
Schubert #2 in Eb, Op. 100

4. Saturday November 2 at 7:30 pm:
Program #4: Schumann/Schumann
Clara Schumann Gm Op. 17
Robert Schumann #2 in F Op. 80

5. Sunday November 17 at 3:00 pm:
Program #5: Brahms/Dvorak
Brahms #2 in C Op. 87
Dvorak Op. 90 (“Dumky”)

6. Sunday December 1 at 3:00 pm:
Program #6: Clarke/Beach
Rebecca Clarke (1921)
Amy Beach Op. 150 (1939)

7. Sunday December 15 at 3:00 pm:
Program #7: Martinu/Kalabis
Martinu #2 in Dm (1950)
Viktor Kalabis, Op. 39 (1974)

8. Sunday January 12 at 3:00 pm:
Program #8: Moore/Walker/Bond
Dorothy Rudd Moore (1970)
George Walker “Music for Three” (1971)
Victoria Bond “Other Selves” (1979)