Lots of great music ahead to enjoy this weekend!
Music for recorder trio: 17 short pieces and one major sonata, assisted by David Eaton playing on a virginal and on the big St. Luke's organ, as well. The concert begins at 5:00 this coming Saturday afternoon, Nov. 7, at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, the concert is free and open to the public.
November 8th, 2009
Shanghai String Quartet
Haydn: String Quartet in D Major, Op. 20, No. 4
Yi-Wen Jiang: Chinasong (Chinese folk songs)
Penderecki: String Quartet No. 3 - Leaves from an Unwritten Diary
Debussy: String Quartet in G minor. Op. 10
Temple Beth-El 3:15 PM
YOUTH ORCHESTRAS SAN ANTONIO
New YOSA Music Director Troy Peters makes his San Antonio debut in a concert celebrating YOSA's upcoming 8th International Tour, "The Great Tour of China," departing June 2010. Hear music from across four continents with pieces that evoke Africa, old Europe, the New World and Asia. Travel assistance provided by San Antonio Symphony principal tuba Lee Hipp in the form of Vaughn Williams' exciting concerto.
Trinity University's Laurie Auditorium 4 p.m. Students and children FREE.
Li Huanzhi: Spring Festival Overture
Smetana: The Moldau
Vaughan Williams: Tuba Concerto, Lee Hipp soloist
Jose Elizondo: Estampas Mexicanas
Saint-Saens: Algerian Suite, Op. 60
Schweitzer & Bach
Tues. November 10
Presentation: 6-8 PM
Open Cast Party: 8-9 PM
Health Science Center Auditorium
7703 Floyd Curl Dr.
Words of Schweitzer & the Music of Bach
Join the Center on November 10 to remember and honor Dr. Albert Schweitzer, a deep thinker, an accomplished musician, a sensitive healer and a generous soul.
Commemorating the 60th anniversary of Schweitzer’s visit to America!
This original multimedia musical dramatization, written and produced by Thurston Moore, brings the importance of Schweitzer's philosophy and work to life. The 267 images shown on the screen from the beginning to the end of the 90-minute drama are a chronicle of his life from birth through his days of scholarship and intellectual quest, culminating in his actualization as a medical missionary deep in the forests of French Equatorial Africa where he founded the Lambaréné Hospital and discovered his philosophy of reverence for life.
Featuring Dr. Richard Lange as Albert Schweitzer, with live music by David Eaton, UTSA and David Heller, Trinity organists.