Enjoy some of Gateways Music Festival’s most gifted and inspirational artists in a recital of works spanning the Romantic Period through today. Four are principal players in the Gateways Orchestra and esteemed soloists and ensemble players from across the United States: Kelly, Hall-Tompkins, violin; Troy Stuart, cello; Judy Dines, flute; Titus Underwood, oboe; and Sakura Myers, piano, accompanies Titus Underwood.
Claude Debussy, Syrinx, L. 129
Valerie Coleman, Matisseries for Solo Flute
Clara Schumann, Drei Romances, Op. 22
William Grant Still, Incantation and Dance for Oboe and Piano
James Lee III, Principal Brothers No. 2
Zoltán Kodály, Duo for Violin and Cello, Op. 7
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