Friday, May 28, 2010

FLUTE & GUITAR CONCERT, June 26, 2010, 1-3pm

"One O'Clock Saturdays at the Johnsons"
, Edward Seymour
Marco de Waart
1--3 pm
suggested donation: $10-
Sonata in a minor for flute & guitar (op.1,no.1)
J-B. Loeillet de Gant 1688 -1720(?)
Adagio Allegro- Adagio Giga

Sonata in C Major (BWV1033)...
J.S. Bach 1685 -1750
Andante  Allegro  Adagio Menuetti


Gran Duo in A Major (op.85)
M. Giuliani 1781-1829

1) La meneuse des tortues d'or 2) Entr'acte
Works by..J. Ibert 1890 - 1962

Lotus Land
Cyril Scott 1879-190
(arr. for fl & guitar by Marco De Waart)

Popular Brazilian Music
Celso Machado
1)Pe de Moleque(Samba Choro) - Moderato
2)Pacoca(Choro) - Larghetto
3)Piazza Vittorio(Choro Maxixe) - Moderato

Marco de Waart, Guitarist:
Marco has had an extensive musical career as a performer as well as a teacher. He is a graduate of the Mannes College of Music in, New York City, and has performed throughout the United States and abroad as a guitar soloist. Additionally, his performance background includes opera, various orchestras and ensembles. Marco is at ease with a variety of musical styles ranging from Classical and Spanish music to Jazz and Rock. He currently resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico
                                                                                  Edward Seymour. flutist:
Edward has performed with favorable reception throughout the Midwest, in New England, and abroad. As a
member of Inter-Arts Associates, he toured Michigan conducting workshops in contemporary flute techniques and
multimedia performance practices. He performed chamber music with Brandon's(VT) Point Counter Point Chamber Players and the
Contemporary and Modern Consort of Ann Arbor(MI).
      His orchestral credits include seasons with the Vermont Symphony, the Ann Arbor symphony, and the  Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra.
      Honors include a listing in International Who's Who in Music(1980), and, as the recipient of a Rotary
nternational Award in 1979, he oured and studied in southern France and northern Spain.
     Seymour holds a Master of Music degree from the University of Michigan, where he studied with Keith Bryan.
      Additional flute studies have been at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, with Robert Willoughby,
and the Conservatoire National de Toulouse, with Jaqcues Tiberge.
     Private study and intensive workshops have included the masterclasses of Jean-Pierre Rampal and Michel Debost in Michigan,
study with Harvey Sollberger in New York, Judith Bentley in Ohio,  Frances Shelly in Michigan, and Edward Powell in Vermont.
     He currently performs as vocalist and flutist with theAlbuquerque-based male vocal ensemble, De Profundis,
and recently joined the vocal roster of Canticum Novumof Santa Fe.
    He teaches on the faculty of the Conservatory at Santa Fe Music and Piano.

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