A World of Music
Spring 2016 Concert Schedule
The Anglo-American Duo
Praised for their energetic and sophisticated performances, The Anglo-American Duo is comprised of American violinist Timothy Schwarz and British pianist Jane Beament. The Duo will perform Five Hommages by British composer David Osbon, along with works by three of the composers who inspired him: Ludwig van Beethoven, Edward Elgar and Olivier Messiaen.
8 p.m. • Friday, April 1 • MCC Concert Hall • Bedford Campus
Co-sponsored by MCC Global Education
Acclaimed classical guitarists Adam Levin (MCC faculty), Scott Borg and Matthew Rohde will perform a concert of guitar solos, duos and trios. Works by Isaac Albéniz, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Clarice Assad, Toru Takemitsu, Marco Pereira, Nikita Koshkin and Ben Verdery will be performed.
3 p.m. • Saturday, April 9 • MCC Concert Hall • Bedford Campus
Farewell Concert for Johannah Segarich
Longtime MCC Music faculty member and mezzo-soprano Johannah Segarich is retiring in July, and this will be her last performance at the college. She will be joined by several MCC faculty members and friends, including Anna Ward and Susan Dill, sopranos; Carmen Rodriguez-Peralta piano; Orlando Cela, flute; Nabil Ata, 'ud and Renée Delgado, cello for a concert of vocal and instrumental music reflecting Johannah’s varied musical interests. Vocal duets and trios by Brahms, Ravel and Mozart; songs by Barber; a classical Arabic song; instrumental works by Villa-Lobos, Schumann and Mendelssohn; a piano piece by Cambodian composer Chinary Ung, and an ‘ud solo by Turkish composer Jamil Bey Tanbouri will be featured. The concert will conclude with an ensemble piece which will include some of Johannah Segarich’s voice students.
3 p.m. • Sunday, April 17 • MCC Concert Hall • Bedford Campus
Donations for Strings for Cambodia will be accepted
Cambodian Music featuring Master Song Heng
Song Heng, a master Cambodian musician, is devoted to keeping traditional Cambodian music alive both by teaching and performing. He plays many instruments of the classical Khmer pin peat ensemble and will demonstrate and perform on several, including the roneat ek, a xylophone, and kong, a circle of bronze gongs.
3 p.m. • Saturday, April 30 • Federal Building, Assembly Room • Lowell Campus
Co-sponsored by MCC's Interdisciplinary Weekend: South East Asia, Spring 2016
MCC Student Recitals
Student Instrumentalists & Singers
12:30 p.m. • Monday, May 9 • MCC Concert Hall • Bedford Campus
Voice Students of Johannah Segarich and Guitar Students of Adam Levin
11:15 p.m.• Thursday, May 12 • Federal Building, Assembly Room • Lowell Campus
All concerts are free and open to the public
For more information, contact Carmen Rodríguez-Peralta, Director of A World of Music,
at 781-280-3923 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For clips of past concerts, visit http://www.youtube.com/user/MCCmusicOnline2