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Up Close with Naha & Aaron
January 28 - February 7
Spend the evening with QCSO concertmaster Naha Greenholtz and principal percussionist Aaron Williams at the historic Butterworth Center. Naha and Aaron will perform an exciting and varied program of both solo and duo works by Chen Yi, Wynton Marsalis, Sergei Prokofiev, Astor Piazzolla, and more. Plus experience the World Premiere of the QCSO-commissioned work Mosaics for violin and Marimba by William Campbell.
Digital Access Available for Purchase and Viewing through February 7, 2023
Additional Event Information
Live Stream + Digital Access
$25 per household
Read the Program Booklet | Download a PDF | Read the Program Notes
CHEN YI Memory for Solo Violin
WYNTON MARSALIS Cadenza from Violin Concerto in D Major
KEITH ALEO Allo stile della Samba
ECKHARD KOPETZKI Momtong makki from Concert Suite for Snare Drum
SERGEI PROKOFIEV Sonata for Solo Violin in D Major, Op. 115
WILLIAM CAMPBELL Mosaics for Violin and Marimba QCSO Commission World Premiere
GORDON STOUT Wood that Sings for Solo Marimba
ASTOR PIAZZOLLA Histoire du Tango, Nightclub 1960
The post-concert reception includes heavy hors d’oeuvres from Bayside Bistro with a cash bar.
- Hot Turkey Sliders
- Mac & Cheese balls
- Honey Pecan Cheese Ball with Crackers
- Navy Bean Bruschetta with Crostini
- Shrimp Salad
ABOUT LIVE STREAM + DIGITAL ACCESS
Households are only required to purchase one Live Stream + Digital Access ticket.
The link to the Live Stream and your personal access code will be included in your ticket purchase confirmation email (highlighted in Orange).
The digital concert will be live streamed on January 28, 2023, at 7:30 PM, and will be available for viewing following the live stream through February 28, 2023. Please wait until noon the following day for video processing before attempting to access the recording Digital Concert.
Questions & Concerns? Contact Caitlin Bishop at email@example.com or 563.424.7734
Naha Greenholtz, violin
Aaron Williams, percussion
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