The 2010-2011 Concert Series: American Heritage

Benefit Concert

Sunday, September 26, 2010 at 2 p.m.

Gilbert and Sullivan: Trial by Jury
Alan Yost, Conductor; Robin Farnsley, Choral Director

J. S. Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 5

PDQ Bach: Schleptet in E-flat Major; Cantata Iphigenia in Brooklyn; Madrigal My Bonnie Lass She Smelleth

Celebrating Concord's 375th
Fri October 15 and Sat October 16 8pm Peter Child Louisa's War with the Concord Women's Chorus and Joyce Kulhawik narrating
Charles Ives/Henry Brant "Hawthorne" Movement from A Concord Symphony, transcription of Ives' Concord Sonata
Ludwig van Beethoven Fifth Symphony
Family Concert: Three Little Pigs
Sun December 5, at 2pm & 4pm Paul Patterson Roald Dahl's Three Little Pigs, Steve Aveson narrating
Gioacchino Rossini The Thieving Magpie
Gustav Holst Brook Green Suite with Bedford High School Strings, Phil Maffa, Director
New Talent, New Work
Fri January 28 and Sat January 29 8pm Bernard Hoffer Elegy for Solo Violin and String Orchestra, Siri Smedvig, soloist
  Peter Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 5
  Concerto by winner of Ehlers Young Artist Competition
Austria, Germany & Boston
Fri March 25 and Sat March 26 8pm Gunther Schuller Concerto for Cello and Orchestra with soloist Jan Muller-Szeraws
  Franz Joseph Hayden Symphony No. 101 in D (The Clock)
  Richard Strauss Don Juan
Concord Pops 2011: Shall We Dance?
Fri May 20 and Sat May 21 at 8pm; Sun May 22 at 2pm Johannes Brahms Hungarian Dance No. 1
  Leroy Anderson Blue Tango
  Henry Mancini Pink Panther
  Georges Bizet Carmen Suite No. 2
  Malcolm Arnold/Steptoe Concertino for Clarinet and Strings, Grant Anderson, soloist
  Giuseppe Verdi Ballet Music from Macbeth
  Bernard Hoffer Oooh Brazil! Medley of Bossa Nova songs with Marlene VerPlanck, vocalist
 

Cole Porter In the Still of the Night

Jule Styne The Music That Makes Me Dance

Irving Berlin Let's Face the Music and Dance

Jerome Kern All the Things You Are

songs arranged by Billy VerPlanck, sung by vocalist Marlene VerPlanck