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Live & Local Lunch: Flute Quartet and Brass Ensemble

Live & Local Lunch: Flute Quartet and Brass Ensemble

In partnership with the Dr. Phillips Center’s Frontyard Festival™, UCF Celebrates the Arts will be hosting ensembles daily for the lunch hour. Today’s performance features the UCF Flute Quartet and Brass Ensemble.

In partnership with Dr. Phillips Center’s Frontyard Festival™, UCF Celebrates the Arts will be hosting ensembles daily for the lunch hour. Today’s performance features the UCF Flute Quartet and Brass Ensemble. The UCF Flute Quartet will play a wide variety of pieces including classical, pop and Latin American music and the Brass Ensemble features the crowd-pleasing Scherzo by John Cheetham.

11:30 a.m. | UCF Flute Quartet

12:30 p.m. | UCF Brass Ensemble

 

Program

Flute Quartet

Orion Trio
Alexander Arrienda
Jonny Gibson
Gabriel Enrique Rosado-Bauzá

  1. Trois Pastorales I. Bolivienne, II. Cretoise, III. Sicilienne – Henri Tomasi (1901—1971)
  2. Pavane Op. 50 – Gabriel Fauré (1845–1924) (arr. Gabriel Woodfull-Harri)
  3. Flight of the bumblebee, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov(1844–1908) (arr. John Gibson)

Sono Quartet
Leah Crocker
Ainsley Elgin
Sam Garcia
Max McMonigle

  1. Suite Italienne- IV: Napoli – Yvonne Desportes (1907-1993)
  2. The Sound of Music – Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein (1902-1979 /1895-1960) (arr. Ralph Raymond Hays)
  3. Maria – Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein (1902-1979 / 1895-1960) (arr. Ralph Raymond Hays)

Aurè Quartet
Isabel Avilés
Emily Elmore
David Ma
María del Rocío Rosa-Rosario

  1. A Gaelic Offering (Movements I, II and IV)- Catherine McMichael (b.1954)
  2. La Milonga – Christopher Caliendo
  3. Capricious Winds – Satoshi Yagisawa (b.1975)

Brass Ensemble

Scherzo
John Cheetham
(1939-)

Contrapunctus VII
J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
Ed. Robert King

Trois Chansons
III: Ronde
Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
Ed. Jay Lichtmann

Quintet No. 2, Op. 6
I: Allegro Risoluto
II: Theme Con Varioni
III: Allegro Vivace
Victor Ewald (1860-1935)