Music Marathon

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Marathon Details
Date: Saturday, March 21, 2020 | 10:00am-4:00pm
Location: Wilde Auditorium

The Music Marathon is a full-day celebration of high-quality works by women composers. Pieces are selected from a competitive call for performers, garnering applications from across the globe.

“She’s Still Sounding: A journey through centuries of music by women”
Pieces de Clavecin: Suite in G Minor: I. Prelude by Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre (1665-1729), Sonata in E major No. 3: I. Allegro, II. Andante, III. Allegro by Maria Anna Martinez (1745-1812), Automne Op. 35, No. 2 by Cecile Chaminade (1857-1944), Três Preludúios para Piano: I. Grave, II. Fluente, III. Lento e Sombrio-Agitato by Berta Alves de Sousa (1906-1997), Remembering Schubert by Ann Southam (1937-2010), Olinda (Hidden city) by Aspasia Nasopoulou,  I leap through the sky with stars by Alexia Louie (b. 1949) performed by Olivia Adams, piano

Haiku for Solo Violin by Manaka Matsumoto (1993-) performed by Manaka Matsumoto, violin

Vestige of a Woman by Sarah Hutchings performed by Evangelia Leontis

GAD for drone and percussion by Penny Brandt and Stay by Olivia Portwood and Nathaniel Gworek performed by Nathaniel Gworek, percussion

辜月 November Moon by Rachel C. Walker (1994-), performed by Yongyun Zhang, percussion

Nostalgia for cello solo by Jinhee Han (1979- ) performed by Jihwon Na, cello

Diaphonic Suite for solo flute by Ruth Crawford Seeger, She Cried for solo bass flute by Shiva Feshareki, Velour for solo alto flute by Jocelyn Morlock, and Nightsong for solo piccolo by Carla Rees, performed by Carol Shansky

Silk Apples by Rami Levin b.1954

Mariner’s Tale by Ashley M. Lucero performed by Ashley M. Lucero, guitar