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National Symphony Orchestra Residency

SC Residency Activities for February 14 –
Aiken, Batesburg, Charleston, Columbia, Estill, Greenville and Taylors

 

Please note that programs and artists are subject to change.

 

* indicates program is open to the public.

 

9:00 AM

In-School Ensemble

  • Estill Elementary School, Estill

Laurent Weibel, violin
Richard Barber, double bass

   
10:00 AM

Young People’s Concert

  • The Ira and Nancy KogerCenter for the Arts, University of South Carolina, Columbia

Emil de Cou, conductor

 

“The Sounds of Time”
TRADITIONAL – Greensleeves
GABRIELI – Canzon duodecimi toni from Sacrae Symphoniae, 1597
FRANKLIN – Menuetto from String Quartet, arr. Vidulich
HANDEL – Bourée from Music for the Royal Fireworks
WELDON – President Madison’s March, arr. Knox
BEETHOVEN – Finale: Allegro con brio from Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92
GOTTSCHALK – Manchega (Étude de Concert)
WAGNER – Prelude to Act III of Lohengrin
JOPLIN – The Entertainer: A Ragtime Two-Step
GERSHWIN – An American in Paris
COPLAND – “Buckeroo Holiday” from Rodeo
KORNGOLD – Overture to The Sea Hawk
KARPMAN – Everquest II: Drafling Tower
WILLIAMS – Harry Potter Symphonic Suite, arr. Jerry Brubaker

   
10:30 AM

In-School Ensemble

  • Estill Elementary School, Estill

Laurent Weibel, violin
Richard Barber, double bass

   
11:00 AM

Suzuki Master Class

  • Ashley River Creative Arts Elementary School, Charleston

Jan Chong, violin

   
11:45 AM

Percussion Clinic

  • Dreher High School, Columbia

Benjamin Ramirez, percussion

   
12:30 PM

In-School Ensemble

  • Estill Middle School, Estill

Laurent Weibel, violin
Richard Barber, double bass

   
1:00 PM

In-School Ensemble

  • Ashley River Creative Arts Elementary School, Charleston

Glenn Donnellan, violin
Jan Chong, violin

   
2:00 PM

Master Classes

  • University of South Carolina School of Music, Columbia

Steven Hendrickson, trumpet
Martin Hackleman, horn

   
2:00 PM

In-School Ensemble

  • Ashley River Creative Arts Elementary School, Charleston

Glenn Donnellan, violin
Jan Chong, violin

   
4:30 PM

Woodwind Ensemble and Coaching

  • South Carolina Governor’s School, Greenville

Alice Kogan Weinreb, flute
Edward Cabarga, clarinet
Rebecca Henderson, oboe
Truman Harris, bassoon
Laurel Bennert Ohlson, horn

   
* 8:00 PM

Chamber Music Performance (open to the public)

  • Hamlin Recital Hall, North Greenville University, Tigerville
  • Free; ticket required. E-mail theatre@ngu.edu or call (864) 977-7085

Elisabeth Adkins, violin
Laurent Weibel, violin
Ruth Wicker Schaaf, viola
James Lee, cello
Robert Oppelt, double bass
Dotian Levalier, harp

Program to be announced.

   
8:00 PM

Chamber Music Performance

  • The Willcox Inn, Aiken

Emil de Cou, conductor
Natasha Bogachek, violin
Abigail Evans, viola
Glenn Garlick, cello
Loren Kitt, clarinet

Program to be announced.

 


Please note that all times are Eastern Time.

Programs and Artists are subject to change.

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