Twickenham Fest 2012

Musicians

Vocalists

Susanna Phillips, soprano
Jennifer Holloway, mezzo
Dominic Armstrong, tenor
Chad Sloan, baritone

Pianists

Gabriele Carcano
Yasuko Oura

Composers

William Harvey
J. Cooper Schrimsher

Strings

David McCarroll, violin
Michelle Ross, violin
Phil Kramp, viola
Angela Park, cello
Paul Wiancko, cello

Winds

Masha Popova, flute
Matt McDonald, bassoon

Concerts

 

Friday, August 24th at 7pm

hurch of the Nativity, Episcopal 

Twickenham Fest's first concert was headlined by the world premiere of Speaking for the Afghan Womana song cycle for Soprano and Piano by American composer William Harvey. Other selections included Mozart's Sonata for Bassoon and Cello and Schumann's Piano Trio No. 1 in D Minor.

Saturday, August 25th at 7pm

Church of the Nativity, Episcopal 

Saturday's concert included a Haydn string quartet, a composition by Huntsville native J. Cooper Schrimsher, and songs by Barber and Bach before concluding with Brahms' Liebeslieder Waltzes.

Sunday, August 26th at 3pm

Church of the Nativity, Episcopal

The final Twickenham Fest concert of the year will include Telemann's Quintet in D Minor, a performance of Ernst Chausson's Chanson Perpetuelle by Twickenham Fest Co-Founder Susanna Phillips, and Roger Quilter's To Julia. Following intermission, Twickenham Fest 2012 will be completed with Schubert's Quintet in C for two violins, viola, and two cellos.


Twickenham Fest 2011

MUSICIANS

Vocalists

Susanna Phillips, soprano
Heather Johnson, mezzo soprano

 

Pianists

Teddy Abrams
Francesca Tortorello

 

 

Strings

Joseph Meyer, violin
Wayne Lee, violin
Cynthia Black, viola
Michael DeBruyn, cello

Winds

Johnny Teyssier, clarinet
Matthew McDonald, bassoon

Twickenham Fest 2010

MUSICIANS

Vocalists

Susanna Phillips, soprano
Hugh Russell, baritone

 

 

Cello, Winds

Sarah Koo, cello
Elizabeth Koch, oboe
Matthew McDonald, bassoon

 

 

The Old City String Quartet

Joel Link, violin
Bryan Lee, violin
Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt, viola
Camden Shaw, cello

 

Pianists

Craig Terry