J.S. Bach: Jesus bleibet meine Freude (from BWV 147)
Bach Collegium San Diego; Ruben Valenzuela, Music Director; Michael Sponseller, Associate Director

J.S. Bach: Erschallet, ihr lieder (from BWV 172)
Bach Collegium San Diego; Ruben Valenzuela, Artistic Director; Michael Sponseller, Associate Music Director

One of my very favorite people to work with, Michael Adduci, is soon leaving our area, as are his wife and child. On this video you see his wife, Kathryn Adduci, on the Baroque trumpet (she’s the player closest to the audience). Oh how I will miss them!

Today is the final performance of the season for Symphony Silicon Valley and Mike is playing with us. I’m sure there will be a few tears.

(I’m not sure I’m into the video … not getting its purpose. But I’m slow sometimes!)

Lukaszewski: O vos omnes
proMODERN

O all ye that pass by the way,
attend and see if there be any sorrow like to my sorrow.

Chesnokov: Let They Good Spirit
Te Deum Chamber Choir; Matthew Christopher Shepard, Conductor

Let thy good spirit lead me on a level path!
(Ps. 143:10)
Hallelujah!

Aaron Hill’s response to the horror in Manchester was to improvise. Thank you, Aaron.

Franz Schubert: Psalm 23
Saints Alive from St. Cuthbert’s College; Megan Flint, Conductor

Jesus Lay Your Head in the Window, arr. Moses
Winston-Salem State University Choir

(I’m sorry there was no mention of the soloists so I can’t name them here.)

19. May 2017 · 1 comment · Categories: Reeds

… but who doesn’t?!

Oh. Right. All those people who don’t play a reed instrument. But how boring are THEY?!

From Eastman oboists … very fun!

David van Kampen: Benediction
L.A. Choral Lab

Jean Berger: The Eyes of All Wait Upon Thee
National Taiwan University Chorus; Huan-Wei Lin, Conductor