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ACMA Recital - January 2019
Dear Friends, Please join us at our recital at the beautiful Scorca Hall of Opera America, on January 5th, from 3:30pm to 5:30pm! The program will be: 1. Remembrance, by M. Camilo - Aya Y, piano 2. Arabesque in C Opus 18, by R. Schumann - Lorraine Fuchs, piano 3. Beim Schlafengehen and Abendrot, from Four Last Songs, by R. Strauss - Ivy Frenkel, soprano and Doug Han, piano 4. Impromptu Op. 90 No. 3, by F. Schubert, Toshiko Nishino, piano 5. “Sheep May Safely Graze” Cantata BWV 208 by JS Bach/ Egon Petri, Waltz in E Minor Op. Post., by F. Chopin, Suite Op.14, no.3 by B. Bartok - Yejin Han, piano INTERMISSION 6. Autumn Leaves, by J. Prevert / J. Kosma, Fly Me To The Moon, by B. Howard - Randall Trombley, baritone, Jay Goel, saxophone, Steve Dzik, guitar, Rob Reeder, piano, Matt Carlson, bass, and Joseph Shiovitz, percussion 7. Nocturne, Op 6 No. 2, by C. Schumann, Three Variations on Happy Birthday to You, by C. Katsaris - Simon Yau, piano 8. Dumka Opus 59, by P.I. Tchaikovsky - Elizabeth Schwartzman, piano 9. Flute Sonata, Op. 94, by S. Prokofiev: I. Moderato, II. Scherzo/Presto - Alison Beskin, flute and Louis Dalaveris, piano If you have any questions regarding this event, or if you might be interested in performing in a concert like this, please email us at [masked]. We will start as close to 3:30 p.m. as possible. Your punctuality is greatly appreciated. We suggest a $10.00 contribution per person, to be directly applied towards payment of the hall rental. Contributions are voluntary, and any amount is greatly appreciated.

National Opera Center (Opera America)

330 Seventh Avenue (bet. 28th and 29th Streets) Marc A. Scorca Hall (7th Floor) · New York, ny

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    ACMA is a collaborative, vibrant community of people with a passion for music and the arts. Our primary mission is to inspire people through music and to continue building this community. We accomplish this through regularly scheduled recitals, social gatherings, and our Carnegie Hall concerts. We believe that all dedicated musicians, not just world-class professionals, should have the opportunity to perform in public.

    For those who love music but do not sing or play an instrument, ACMA provides a forum to interact directly with other musicians and music lovers, via a steady series of opportunities to see and listen to live performances.

    For the beginning or intermediate amateur musician who might be on the cusp of performing in public, we provide a supportive, non-critical environment in which to take the daunting but amazing first step onto the performance stage.

    For the advanced amateur or professional-level musician, we connect a network of fellow musicians to an appreciative audience, encourage more and more challenging repertoire, and provide many wonderful performance opportunities.

    Technical ability, although important, is not our main objective. Rather, we focus on the celebration and presentation of great works of music with enthusiasm and appreciation. We always encourage everyone to continue on their musical journey, wherever it may take them.

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