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Welcome to the  Georgetown Festival of the Arts XV 
May 24 - June 2, 2019
and
The Classic Chamber Concerts Series 2018-2019
   
    


                  SCHEDULE OF EVENTS​   ​​



Friday, May 18

1:00 pm

Symposium I
Palace Theater

William E. Nicholas
          Culture, Ethnicity and

          Latin American Music    
    

Ellsworth Peterson
        Carlos Chávez, Mexican composer    


Saturday, May 19

6:30 pm

Reception for Donors 
     to meet the Artists 

Grace Episcopal Church
Parish Hall

8:00 pm

Opening Concert
Grace Episcopal Church

Kiyoshi Tamagawa, piano
Virginia Dupuy, soprano
Hai Zheng, cello
Lynn Parr Mock, soprano
Invoke Quartet

    
   Sonatina for piano by Chávez
   Chôro No. 5 by Villa-Lobos
   Rondo on Argentine Children’s
        Folk Tunes  by Ginastera
   Three Poems  by Chávez
         for voice and piano
   Madrigal  for cello and piano by Chávez
   Song of the Black Swan  by Villa-Lobos
   Pampeana No. 2  by Ginastera
   Lúa descolorida (Colorless Moon)
          by Golijov
   String Quartet No. 1 by Ginastera
      
Sunday, May 20
 
3:15 pm

Pre-concert Lecture
   
Caldwell-Carvey Foyer
Sarofim School of Music
Southwestern University

Ellsworth Peterson

3:25 pm

Alma Thomas Theater Foyer
Southwestern University


Guitar Concert - Latin American Music
 
Austin Bella Corda
            Guitar Ensemble
            Kevin Taylor, director




4:00 pm

Round Rock Symphony Concert

Alma Thomas Theater
Sarofim School of Music
Southwestern University
 
Round Rock Symphony Orchestra
Stefan Sanders, conductor
Fabián Lopez, violin

   Sensemayá by Revueltas
   Four Seasons of Buenos Aires by Piazzolla
       for Violin and String Orchestra
   Estancia:  Four Dances by Ginastera
   Danzón No. 2 by Márquez
 
Tuesday, May 22

7:00 pm
 
Mid-week Concert
Hewlett Room
Georgetown Public Library

Bruce Cain, baritone
David Asbury, guitar
Adrienne Inglis, flute
Hai Zheng, cello
David Utterbach, piano

   Two Songs, Op. 3 by Ginastera
   Three Etudes for guitar by Villa-Lobos
   Distribution of Flowers  by Villa-Lobos
   The Jet Whistle  by Villa-Lobos
   Estrellita  by Ponce
   Sobre la Nauturaleza  by Diego Luzuriaga
   Suite Española  by Lecuona

     This event is free of charge
    

Thusday, May 24
2:00 pm


Symposium II

Caldwell-Carvey Foyer
Sarofim School of Fine Arts
Southwestern University

   
   Heitor Villa-Lobos, Brazilian composer
      Kirsten Peterson
   Alberto Ginastera, Argentine Composer        
      Carol Hess
    
   
8:00 pm

Dance Concert

Jones Theatre
Sarofim School of Fine Arts
Southwestern University

Adrienne Inglis, flute
Kirsten Peterson, bassoon
Invoke string quartet
Elena Lewis and Carlos Hernandez, dancers

   Bachianas Brasileiras No. 6 by Villa-Lobos
   Impresiones de la Puna by Ginastera
   Tango performances for string quartet by Piazzolla
   Argentine Tango through Zouk: 
       An Exploration of Dances of Latin America
 
    
   
Friday, May 25

10:00 am

Symposium III

Caldwell-Carvey Foyer
Sarofim School of Music
Southwestern University

    Music, Difference, and the Pan American Dream           
      Carol Hess
   Music of Latin America
      Panel Discussion among Participants
    
​2:00 pm

Film Showing

City Lights Theatre
 
   
Redes, the classic 1935 Mexican film
directed by Paul Strand with music
by Silvestre Revueltas.  Released in 1936,
the film takes place in the fishing
community of Alvarado on the Gulf Coast
of Mexico, near the city of Veracruz. 
It concerns the struggle of poor fishermen
to overcome exploitation.
 
                                          and
 
Saludos Amigos, the 1942 Walt Disney
cartoon film, a light-hearted attempt to
support Pan Americanism by drawing
attention to certain South American locales
and traditions.
 
            This event is free of charge.
 
   
Saturday, May 26

10:30 am

Salon Concert

Caldwell Carvey Foyer
Sarofim School of Fine Arts
Southwestern University    
   
   Lynn Parr Mock, soprano
   Shields-Collins Bray, piano
   Toby Blumenthal, piano
   Jessica Mathaes, violin
   Virginia Dupuy, mezzo-soprano

   Three Mexican Songs by Ponce
   Première Sonate-Fantaisie
         “Désespérance” by Villa-Lobos
   Pampeana, No. 1  by Ginastera
   Five Popular Argentine Songs
           by Ginastera
   Piano Sonata No. 1 by Ginastera       
 
    
   
2:30 pm

Master Class   
Hewlett Room
Georgetown Public Library

A Master Class for Voice Students
     with Virginia Dupuy

    This event is free of charge


8:00 pm

Concert in the Park    
Gazebo, San Gabriel  Park                                                                                   
   

  A Concert of Mariachi Music
            and
  Chaski (A Performance of Latin American
       Traditional music for Flute and Harp)
 
Followed by fireworks. 
This event is free of charge.
 
    
Sunday, May 27
 
3:15 pm

Pre-Concert Lecture
Lois Perkins Chapel
Southwestern University
 
Ellsworth Peterson

4:00 pm

Choral and Organ Concert
Lois Perkins Chapel
Southwestern University
         
David Polley, organ
Dana Zenobi, soprano
Cellists from CHAMPS
The San Gabriel Chorale
Kenny Sheppard, conductor
  
   La Paloma Azul  by Chávez
   Toccata, Villancico y Fuga by Ginastera
   Lamentations of Jeremiah by Ginastera
   Aria from Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5
          by Villa-Lobos
   Ave Maria by Villa-Lobos
   Magnificat-Alleluia by Villa-Lobos