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REGIER FORTEPIANO UNVEILED

Meet the New Graf!

SPONSORED BY JIM & TAMARA RIDENOUR

Meet the New Graf!
Sunday, Aug 18, 2024 at 4:00 pm
Trinity Episcopal Church
214 W Beverley St, Staunton

$22 - $38
Discounts available for
youth, college, & military

Doors open 3:00 | Preconcert talk 3:15

After a successful fundraising campaign, SMF unveils the newest member of the family - a stunning replica of Conrad Graf's 1830 Viennese fortepiano made by Rod Regier. This instrument is the ideal vehicle for historically-informed performance of music from middle Beethoven (circa 1805) through the birth of Brahms. Beethoven's beloved Choral Fantasy caps a program of solo, vocal, and chamber works.

Schubert | March Militaire in D major, D733, for piano four hands
Hensel | Serenade: "June," from Das Jahr, for piano solo
Mendelssohn | Menuetto and Allegro Vivace, from Piano Sextet in D, Op. 110
Schumann | Liederkreis Op. 39, for voices and piano (staged by Timothy Nelson)
Beethoven, arr. Hummel | Allegro ma non troppo, from Symphony No. 6, for flute, violin, cello, and piano
Beethoven | Choral Fantasy, Op. 80, for piano, chorus and orchestra

ANNUAL PASS IMAGE.jpg
ANNUAL PASS IMAGE.jpg

Artists involved in this event:

Axtell, Boodell, Burgess, Cabeza, Chartrand, Chester, Collins, Corwin, Darling, Davids, Davis, Dietrich, DiEugenio, Eig, Fang, Fedor, Fisher, Kordes, Kress, Kwapis, Lardin, Leith, Lourensetto, Massey, Matthew, Matthews, Miller, Milly, Moody, Nelson, Netter, Pensola, Quinn, Raffaele, Scheid, Schmidt, Shotwell, Shuldiner, Smucker, Steinhoff, Stenger, Stern, Tikkanen, Tipton, Unterman, Wadsworth, Walker, Williams, Willis, Wilson, Woody

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