THURSDAY, JULY 17
A Summer Evening with Friends - Tony Caramia, piano
Tony Caramia, PianoTeresa Principe, narrator Richard Killmer, oboeKristen Shiner McGuire, drums and vocalsFumi Tomita, bassMark Kellogg, tromboneHoward Potter, vibes
Summer Evening (1916) Roger QuilterSonata for Oboe and Piano “Summer” (2008) Albin Fries 1. Moderately Fast A Summer Pilgrimage in the White Mountains (1916) Arthur Hinton 1. Romance “By the Ammonoosuc” 2. Idyll “Among the Hills” 3. Scherzo “Fireflies 4. Reverie “At Sunset Hill” 5. Country Dance “At the Husking” 6. The Passing of Summer IntermissionSummer on the Cape (1964) Al Dero/Johnny MercerSummer in Central Park (1972) Horace SilverSummer Setting (1955) Manny AlbamSummer Band Camp (1979) Mick GoodrickSummertime (1931) George Gershwin
“A Summer Evening with Friends” carries several
meanings: every selection has the word
‘summer’ in the title, starting with a little known piece by Roger Quilter,
called Summer Evening, which starts
the evening with a mellow, warm sound.
Richard Killmer will join Tony on a contemporary piece
for oboe and piano, by Austrian composer Albin Fries, which was inspired by the
view of the Alps from Fries’ summer home.
After, he will play a set of pieces by British composer
Arthur Hinton, called A Summer Pilgrimage in the White Mountains,
which have not been performed since their premier by Hinton’s wife in New York
in the 1920s.
Following, will be a set of jazz pieces, performed by
‘the friends’ in the program title:
Kristen Shiner McGuire, drums and vocals
Fumi Tomita, bass
Mark Kellogg, trombone
Howard Potter, vibes
In addition, there will be short poems read to set the
mood for the Quilter and Hinton pieces by Tony’s Yoga instructor, Teresa
7:30 pm - Hatch Recital
Tickets: $10 general admission (free to U/R ID holders)
the door one hour before concert start time. Subject to availability.
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