Grace performs at Carnegie

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I’m so excited to share the last few years of my life with friends and musicians at Carmegie Hall tomorrow (Sunday)! It’s been a roller coaster couple of years; with serious loss, sadness, rebirth and now light. Beside me the entire time have been my friends and family. This is a musical  ride through the dark and light times. The very friends who offered constant support are now sharing the stage for this wonderful program. Four living composers are represented, including  a world premiere commissioned for this program by L.A. composer, David Lefkowitz!

This program is dedicated to two amazing mentors and harpists- Deborah Hoffman and Emily Oppenheimer

Please join us in New York!

Here is the program, performers and ticket details. And now, life goes on…

Included will be works by Puccini, Holst, Elgar, Villa-Lobos, and the world premiere of Love Fragments by David Lefkowitz.

Tickets: $50, $75 and $100, available at the Carnegie Hall Box Office via telephone and online:

http://www.carnegiehall.org/Calendar/2014/6/22/0200/PM/Grace-Cloutier-Harp-and-Friends/

Sunday, June 22nd at 2pm

Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall

57th Street and 7th Avenue

New York, NY 10019

Performers include:

Grace Cloutier, Harp
Rebecca Ringle, Mezzo Soprano
Jennifer Black, Soprano
Toni Dolce, Soprano
Etherea Vocal Ensemble
Sarah Rose Taylor, Mezzo Soprano
Nigel Potts, Organ & Piano
David Enlow, Organ & Piano
Haley Rempel, Flute
Jessica Meyer, Viola
Sarah Whitney, Violin
Laura Metcalf, Cello

PROGRAM

B. Andrès (b.1941) Danse d’Automne, No.2

M. Grandjany (1891-1975) Aria In Classic Style
David Enlow, Piano
H. Villa-Lobos (1887-1959) Bachianas Brasileiras, No. 5
Arr. Cloutier Jennifer Black, Soprano
Laura Metcalf, Cello

G. Puccini (1858-1924) Chi il bel sogno, from La Rondine, Act 1
Arr. Cloutier Jennifer Black, Soprano
Traditional Japanese Sakura, Sakura
Arr. Yashiro Haley Rempel, Flute
L. Cohen (b.1934) Hallelujah
Toni Dolce, Soprano
G. Holst (1874-1934) Hymns From the Rig Veda (Third Group)
I. Hymn to the Dawn
II. Hymn to the Waters
III. Hymn to Vena (The Sun Rising Through the Midst)
IV. Hymn of the Travelers
Etherea Vocal Ensemble
****INTERMISSION****

 

D. Lefkowitz (b.1964) Love Fragments (world premiere)
on texts by Shakespeare, Desnos, and Pushkin
Rebecca Ringle, Mezzo Soprano
Jessica Meyer, Viola

M. Robinson (b.1951) Fate
arr. Cloutier Sarah Whitney, Violin
Laura Metcalf, Cello
E. Elgar (1857-1934) Sea Pictures
Trans. Potts I. Sea Slumber-Song
IV. Where corals lie
Sarah Rose Taylor, Mezzo Soprano
Nigel Potts, Piano
M. Glinka (1804-1857) Nocturne

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  1. Hi Grace,

    Congratulations on playing Carnegie! Maybe George and I will hear you play later on this fall at All Souls Interfaith when he gets back from his carillon tour, if you’ll be there. This sounds like a wonderful program! Btw, we enjoyed your concert at Hinesburg 🙂

    All the best,
    Sherri

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