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This interactive program, presented by the Silverstein-Walden Duo in collaboration with Colburn Conservatory students, Madeleine Vaillancourt and Vardan Gasparyan, explores themes of innovation and interconnectivity between people, places, eras and disciplines. Con-tì-nuo features music by five Italian composers, from both the seventeenth and twentieth centuries, who travel[ed] throughout Europe and beyond, and whose influence – even during the seventeenth century – extended as far as China. These composers drew from a variety of influences in the visual arts, from other musicians with whom they had contact, and in music from previous eras, to break boundaries of technique and expression, and to explore new sounds. The title of the program, “Continuo” not only illustrates the continuous spirit of experimentation and emotional range that transcends the 350 years separating the old and new music presented here, but it also refers to basso continuo, the improvisation over a bass line that will be played on the harpsichord when accompanying the rest of the band.
Con-tì-nuo (Italian, adj.): What is extended in space or endures in time, without interruption.Elicia Silverstein, baroque and modern violins Daniel Walden, harpsichord and piano. With guest performers from the Colburn Conservatory of Music, Madeleine Vaillancourt, violin and Vardan Gasparyan, cello. The Program: Biagio Marini (1594-1663): Sonata a tre sopra fuggi dolente core (1655): Elicia Silverstein and Madeleine Vaillancourt, violins Vardan Gasparyan, cello Daniel Walden, harpsichord. Luciano Berio (1925-2003): 34 Duetti per due violini (1979-83): Elicia Silverstein and Madeleine Vaillancourt, violins. Arcangelo Corello (1653-1713): Violin Sonata Op. 5 No. 1 in D Major (1700): Elicia Silverstein, baroque violin Daniel Walden, harpsichord. Salvatore Sciarrino (b. 1947): Melencolia I (1980-82): Vardan Gasparyan, cello, Daniel Walden, piano. Tarquinio Merula (1595-1660): Ciaccona (1637): Elicia Silverstein and Madeleine Vaillancourt, violins,Vardan Gasparyan, cello, Daniel Walden, harpsichord
A Live Radio Show -- with DEATH on the Program Radio personalities are being murdered at the Flighttime Radio Station, including their most unpopular singer. A station page boy and his friend investigate the deaths in hopes of finding the killer and a chance to perform – ON THE AIR! Chris Sands and Ken Salzman direct this Vaudeville Variety Show Musical Murder Mystery.Buy Tickets
The Colburn Music Series resumes Sunday, October 5, featuring the Alma Quartet: Eduardo Rios - Violin; Madeleine Vaillancourt - Violin; Benjamin Manis - cello; Tanner Manees - Viola. They will play selections from Haydn and Beethoven. The Emerging Artist Series of Sunday evening concerts features past and present students of the prestigious Colburn conservatory performing in the Sierra Madre Playhouse. Come enjoy the Playhouse's intimate parlor-like setting, comfortable seats, and remarkable acoustics.Buy Tickets!