Bill of Rights
Friday 1 July, 2011
at 8:00 p.m.
Music at Caramoor, Katona NY. Music from Thomas Jefferson's Monticello. I'll
be playing the harpsichord and (for one piece) the piano. We'll be doing
music from Jefferson's extensive music collection, emphasizing both his
extensive collection of European music and his taste for fiddle tunes. The
music of the big house and the music of the slave quarters, as it were. I'm
playing the Handel Air with Variations in Bb, and various accompaniments
(Hopkinson, Haydn, etc.) For details see:
Tuesday 12 July at 7:30 p.m.
Crowell Concert Hall, Wesleyan
Music of William
Duckworth. I'm recreating the recital of 1980 when I premiered
Duckworth's major piano work, The
Time Curve Preludes.
It's also the birthday of Henry
David Thoreau, so the program will be expanded appropriately:
"Thoreau," by Charles
Ives (from the Second Piano
Walden Variations, by William Duckworth
Time Curve Preludes, Books One and Two, by Duckworth
This concert is FREE. For details see: http://www.wesleyan.edu/cfa/events.html
Saturday 17 September
at 5:00 p.m.
Sandisfield Arts Center, Sandisfield MA The ninth performance of "The Bill
of Rights: Ten Amendments in Eight Motets." Contact me directly if
you want to sing. For details concerning this performance see:
Tuesday 27 September at 8:00
p.m. The Stone, NYC. Neely
Bruce plays Neely
BruceŚwith guest flutist Peter Standaart. Stay tuned for details of the
repertory. For more see: http://www.thestonenyc.com/calendar.php?month=3