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Pre-concert reception at 10:00 am
Reservations are required and can only be made by members.
This performance is FULL. No additional RSVPs are being accepted at this time.
Michael Head (1900 - 1976)
Sweet Chance, that led my steps abroad
A Green Cornfield
Ricky Ian Gordon (b.1956)
A Horse with Wings (1995)
Louise Adolpha Le Beau (1850-1927)
Fanny Hensel (1805-1847)
Vincenzo Bellini (1801-1835)
Per pieta, bell’idol mio
Mary Dick, soprano
Patricia Nortwen, piano
Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Impromptu in G-flat Major, D.899, No. 3 (1827)
Franz Liszt (1811-1886)
Impromptu in F-sharp (Nocturne), S.191 (1872)
Sveinbjörn Sveinbjörnsson (1847-1927)
Impromptu Nocturne (1873)
Enrique Granados (1867-1916)
Dos Impromptus (1912)
Vivo e appassionato
impromptu de la codorniz
Jim Reilly, piano
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Suite No. 3 for Solo Cello in C major, BWV 1009
Roumen Balyozov (b. 1949)
Rhapsodic Improvisation for Cello No. 1 (1971)
Lubomir Denev (b. 1951)
The Violet Cello (2017)
Nickolai Kolarov, cello
Please note that Barbara Kennedy, piano, has cancelled.
Mary Dick graduated with a B.S. degree from the University of Minnesota where she studied with Dr. Roy Schuessler. For the past 50 plus years she has been actively involved in the area of Barbershop Harmony. Since retiring as the director of the award winning City of Lakes Sweet Adelines Chorus, a position held for 38 years, she continues to serve on the Regional music faculty and was awarded Emerita Status in the International Faculty Program. Mary studies with Marian Hoffman and maintains a private studio in her home.
Patricia Nortwen graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Minnesota with BA, BS, and MA degrees. She studied with Earl Rymer while at the University. A performing member of Thursday Musical, she has held a number of offices including President. She is also an active member of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Alumnae Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity.
Jim Reilly is a tenor, pianist, and composer. He has performed in over 20 states as well as Norway and Holland.His most frequent venues in the Twin Cities are at Mindekirken, where he is Music Director Emeritus, the Minneapolis/St. Paul Alliance Française, and Thursday Musical, where he has been a long time artist member as first an organist, and then a singer and pianist.
Cellist Nickolai Kolarov graduated from the Bulgarian State Academy of Music-Sofia and received his master’s degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Kolarov earned his doctoral degree from the University of Minnesota where he studied with Tanya Remenikova, student of Mstislav Rostropovich. In 2003, Kolarov founded the Balkanicus Balkan, a new chamber music concert series based in the Twin Cities and is now the President of the Balkanicus Institute for Balkan Art, Culture and History. Kolarov has received awards from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council and American Composers Forum, and a University of St. Thomas Fine Arts and Humanities Grant.