LunART Festival 2023 - DAY 3
Gala Chamber Music Concert
Friday, June 2
About the event:
True to LunART form, this thrilling program will showcase a tapestry of diverse chamber works for winds, strings, piano, voice and percussion, including world and US premieres.
Enjoy music by 2023 Composer-in-Residence Dorothy Chang, a world premiere of a commissioned piece by Edna Alejandra Longoria, ARTemis Women's Choir, and the winners of our 2023 Call for Scores competition: Midori Larsen (Japan), Ana Leira Carnero (Argentina) & Jiyoun Chung (Korea). Our own ARTemis Women's Choir will perform works by Elizabeth Alexander and Linda Tutas Haugen, as well as a world premiere by Sherri Hansen. Suite en trio, Op. 59 for flute, violin and piano, by French composer Melanie Bonis, will honor the historical legacy of women artists.
ARTEMIS CHOIR ROSTER
Deb Anken-Dyer, Victoria Donohue, Grace Drummond, Amy Hartsough, Ann Kruska, Shelby Loock, Lynn Morgan, Linda Palmer, Sarah Robbins Pennington, Cat Pippitt Anne Thurber
Ena Foshay, Lauren Greene, Dale Kaufman, Kate Kruse, Anne Lies, Mihcal McClelland, Megan Saucke, Catherine Stephens Kate Szidon
Afterlight for Clarinet & Piano
EDNA ALEJANDRA LONGORIA
El bailongo for Flute, Violin, Cello & Piano
LunART Festival 2023 Commission
Heather and the Sky for Flute, Guitar, Piano, Bass , Percussion & Taiko
Freestyle Battle for Clarinet, Violin, Cello & Piano
ANA LEIRA CARNERO
Carnavalito XXI for Two Violins
Suite en trio, Op. 59 for Flute, Violin & Piano
Get Curious for SSAA a cappella
Om Mani Padme Hum for SSAA
Written for ARTemis Women's Choir
Half the World for SA and piano
LINDA TUTAS HAUGEN
A Canticle of Blessing for SSAA, Violin and Tibetan singing bowls or handbells
Bundle and save!
Purchase tickets for both events at the Hamel Music Center and save $10. But don't wait - series ticket bundles are only available for purchase through May 15th!