May 14 and 15, 2016
Written by Robin Hillyard
The Terpsichorean muse was surely working overtime during the composition of tonight’s three works. I think I can guarantee that, if you are not actually dancing your way out of the concert venue, you will at least be humming, tapping a foot, or simply reveling in the rhythms and melodies you just heard. By some measures our program is eclectic: music spanning three centuries (yes!), two languages, and two continents. But, although the cultures of the composers might be totally different, they are rooted in one thing: music—with an emphasis on color, melody and, especially, rhythm.
Click on the link to the right to read and download the complete program notes for May 14 & 15, 2016.