Musical Kaleidoscope – May 6, 2017

Posted on 03-04-2017 , by: Angelika Firlej , in , 0 Comments

APS has partnered with the Classical Music For the World for a wonderful free concert presenting two Polish musicians from Silesia, Poland. You are cordially invited to enjoy the music and meet the artists during a reception following the concert.

WHAT: “Musical Kaleidoscope”: From Chopin to the Present, from Classical to Jazz

WHEN: Saturday, May 6 at 4pm

WHERE: Oak Hill United Methodist Church, 7815 W. Hwy 290. Austin, TX 78736

COST: Free

Please, see the event details at  Classical Music For the World

It you want a taste of what is coming up, on May 4th tune in to Eklectikos on the radio station KUTX when John Aielli plans to host the Polish guest musicians.

Featured Artists: 
Michal Korzistka, piano
Marcin Halat, violin

PROGRAM

Jacek Glenc (b. 1967)
– Summer Evening (Letni wieczor)
– Timelessness (Tam, gdzie nie istnieje czas)

Michal Korzistka, piano

Frederic Chopin (1810 -1849)
– Grande Valse op.42

Michal Korzistka, piano

George Gershwin (1898 – 1937)
– Rapsody in Blue (piano solo version)
– Three preludes for piano

Michal Korzistka, piano

George Gershwin (1898 – 1937)
arr. Jascha Heifetz

– Summer Time / A Woman Is A Sometime Thing
– My Man’s Gone Now
– It Ain’t Necessarily So
– Tempo Di Blues
– Bess, You Is My Woman Now

Michal Korzistka, piano
Marcin Halat, violin

——————- Intermission ————————

Karol Szymanowski (1882 – 1937)
– Masks, Op.34:
No. 1 Scheherezade
No. 2 Tantris, the Clown
No. 3 Don Juan’s Serenade

Michal Korzistka. piano

Henryk Wieniawski (1835 – 1880)
– Polonaise Brillante A major op.21

Michal Korzistka, piano
Marcin Halat, violin

Bela Bartok (1881 – 1945)
arr. Josef Szigeti

-Hungarian Folk Tunes

Michal Korzistka, piano
Marcin Halat, violin

Enrique Granados (1867 – 1916)
arr. Fritz Kreisler

-Spanish Dance No.5 “Andaluza”

Michal Korzistka, piano
Marcin Halat, violin

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