A children's concert of fiery and interactive music and dance, featuring the multi-facted talent of
Christina Henson as both accomplished soprano and fluid dancer.
Angelynne Hinson will also be lending her exceptional talent to this sweep through encore pieces, stories,
dance and song that will bring
music alive in your hearts. Enjoy the music made by talented young people from the Exeter area, just starting out on their musical journey.
Watch a clarinet "come apart at the seams" through the captivating performance of Karen Luttik.
Hear the music with your eyes!
Sunday, February 14, 2010, 3:00pm
Re-Imagine Your World in the Eyes of Love
Come Valentine’s Day to get into the mood. Experience the Love in all its forms; the Music of poetry
and the Poetry of music. Come and Be a vital part of the Elegance that can change the world. Masters
of the Violin and Piano, Alexander Romanul and Mary Towse-Beck will celebrate the Love Music of
Bach, Schubert, Bloch and Brahms, and the Love Poetry of Haf’z, Rumi, Tagore, Novalis, and more. Come and bathe in the beauty of the humanities and re-imagine your world in the eyes of Love.
“All mankind love a lover.” - Emerson
Sunday, March 21, 2010, 3:00pm
Christ Church Episcopal 43 Pine Street, Exeter
Friday, March 26, 2010, 8:00pm
as part of "Women's History Month"
Earth...Wind...Fire...a beautifully unique combination for Chamber Music. Clarinet trios carefully chosen
to bring you through time and treat your ears to an aural experience like no other. Three very different instrumentalists
whose perspectives have been shaped by different experiences get together to explore the music in a delightfully
With Mary Towse-Beck, pianist; Karen Luttik, clarinet;
Dorothy Braker, cellist.
Saturday, April 10, 2010, 7:30pm
Stratham Community Church,
6 Emery Lane, Stratham NH
Sunday, April 11, 2010 3:00pm
Nashua Unitarian Universalist Church
58 Lowell Street
Nashua, NH 03064-2299
Artist Kathi Kouguell will take you on a journey of her twenty-three piece art installation
inspired by the text of a letter written by her father Anton Gfroerer, detailing the atrocities of
Kristallnacht and their family's subsequent experience in occupied Holland after missing by one day
their escape to America.
The presentation will be narrated by Kouguell while Olivier Messiaen's gripping Quartet for the End
of Time, which was written and performed by the composer in a German concentration camp in 1941, is
performed by Mary Towse-Beck, pianist; Alexander Romanul, violinist;
Karen Luttik, clarinet; and Dorothy Braker, cellist
Saturday, May 8, 2010, 7:30pm
Celebration of motherhood
"My mom is a neverending song in my heart of comfort, happiness, and being. I may sometimes forget the words but I always remember the tune." - Graycie Harmon
Among other selections, Pergolesi's beautiful Stabat Mater conducted by Amy Lieberman with Angelynne Hinson, soprano and Melinda McMahon, mezzo-soprano;
selections from Piano Quartets by Schumann and Fauré, along with special young guest artists with a Mother's Day gift.
Schumann Fantasy Pieces featuring both cello and clarinet
Beethoven Piano, Clarinet, and Violoncello trio
Bartok Hungarian Dances
Immer Kleiner (Always Smaller) Adolf Schreiner
"Shepherd on the Rock" was composed by Schubert in the last months of his life and published a year and a half after his death (Schubert died when he was only 31). This tender and eloquent Lied depicts a
lonely shepherd listening to the echoes rising up from the bottom of his mountain top. He then expresses his intense grief in his loneliness, but ends in anticipation of the coming of spring and its hope of rebirth.