The Carolina Summer Music Festival 2013

A Bouquet of Music

Reynolda House Museum of American Art
Sunday, August 18, 2013
3 p.m.

Tickets: $18 adults | $12 Reynolda House members and students


Celebrating the Reynolda House exhibition “Things Wondrous & Humble: American Still Life”.  WFDD 88.5 host David Ford will moderate a post-concert Question and Answer session with composer Kenneth Frazelle followed by a reception.

The Program

  • Insect pieces : for oboe and piano / by Benjamin Britten
  • L'horloge de flore (A musical flower clock) / by Jean Francaix
  • Wildflowers : for solo piano / by Kenneth Frazelle
  • "Flower duet" from Lakmé / by Léo Delibes
  • My master hath a garden / by Richard Hundley
  • Screw Spring / by Richard Hundley
  • The Last Rose of Summer / arranged by Benjamin Britten

The Performers

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Phil Archer, from the Reynolda House Museum of American Art, discusses the exhibit   "Things Wondrous & Humble: American Still Life" with David Ford on WFDD's "Triad Arts Up Close."  Listen here

Music with a Local Connection...

 " Wildflowers, by Kenneth Frazelle is a set of ten characterizations of native plants from the Blue Ridge Mountains. The set forms the second of three movements of Sonata-Fantasy, a large-scale composition. A pianist may choose to program the entire group or selected numbers.

Among the cycle is "Slender Ladies' Tresses," which honors the delicate orchid with a single-handed piece. "Viper's Bugloss" is a rip-roaring rap to the rather frightening, hairy blue wildflower. And the set ends with "Deptford Pink," a lullaby depicting the miniscule wild carnation.

The Sonata-Fantasy was commissioned by the Reynolda House Museum of American Art and was premiered by the composer in 2005. "   -- From kennethfrazelle.com

 




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For the "Bouquet of Music" concert: tickets are on sale at the Reynolda House Museum of American Art Box Office.
Call (336) 758-5150 for tickets and more information.

For the "Dinner Concert at Graylyn" call (336) 758-2600 for reservations and more information.


The Carolina Summer Music Festival gratefully acknowledges the generous financial support of its sponsors as well as the financial and professional support received from the following organizations:

Carolina Summer Music Music Festival Sponsors 2012

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Old Salem Museum and Gardens
Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County
Kilpatrick Townsend | Reynolda House
Salem Senior Housing, Inc.
Graylyn | Community Arts Cafe
Piedmont Music Center | IPLACe
Five Loaves Catering | Minglewood Flowers

 

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