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Performers Tyler Smith, tenor and Betsy Smith, soprano
Sylvia Kersenbaum, piano and Donald Speer, piano
and Ching-Yi Lin, violin
FREE (donations accepted for scholarship)
32 variations in c minor(1808),Sylvia Kersenbaum, piano Sonata #5 in f major op.24 "Spring"
Adagio molto espressivo
Allegretto ma non troppo
Ching gi Lin,violin Sylvia kersenbaum,piano
sonata#17 in d minor Op.31 #2"The Tempest"
sylvia kersenbaum, piano
Variations on a theme by Beethoven by Saint Saens ( 1835-1921)
sylvia kersenbaum and Donald Speer, duo pianos
(Grammy Award winning male chorus)
with Pat Rafferty, violin
with special guest, Guytano Martorano, tuba
(winner of the 2013 Concerto Competition)
Admission $5 General $3 Students
Julie Pride, piano
with Donald Speer, piano
admission $25 at the door
$22 in advance and $5 students
w/Speical Guest Beth Pope, soprano
and Julie Pride, piano
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