Klarinet Archive - Posting 000272.txt from 1996/01
From: Donald Oehler <dloehler@-----.EDU>
Subj: Re: Clarinet Chamberfest 1996
Date: Mon, 15 Jan 1996 09:43:09 -0500
A reminder to those within a snowy drive to Chapel Hill, North Carolina
that the Clarinet Chamberfest will begin on Friday, January 19 with an
evening concert: The Quintets of Mozart and Brahms for Clarinet and Strings
Ciompi String Quartet
Donald L. Oehler, clarinet (UNC Chapel Hill)
Robert Listokin, clarinet (NC School of the Arts)
8:00 PM Hill Hall Auditorium
Other Concerts: A Chamber Recital at 2:00 PM Hill Hall Auditorium
Sonata, Op 120 #1 Johannes Brahms
Nathan Williams, clarinet
Deniz Gelenbe, piano
Trio Jean Franciax
Bo Newsome, oboe
Nathan Williams, clarinet (ECU)
Jeff Ruffles, bassoon
Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano, Op. 3 A. Zemlinsky
Doulas Miller, clarinet (ASU)
Kenneth Lurie, violincello
Alan Kindt, piano
Evening Concert at 8:00 PM in Hill Hall
including the Bartok Contrasts
Bruch Eight Pieces for Clar, viola, and
This concert is given by the ensemble "Contrasts"
Belgium; Freddy Arteel, clarinet, Katie Sebestyen,
violin, Ervin Schiffer, viola, and Dana
The last Concert will be on Sunday, Jan. 21 at 2:00 PM
in the Person Recital Hall just next to Hill Hall.
Kelly Burke, clarinet, will perform with Michael Burns,
bassoon, and Melissa Rose, piano.
Mendelssohn Duo and the Glinka Pathetique Trio
David Campbell, clarinetist from England, will perform
Nancy Walker, soprano and Michael Zenge, piano.
Schubert Der Hirt Auf Den Felsen
A. Cooke, Three Songs of Innocence
L. Spohr, Six German Songs
We have several master classes and two lectures as well as the concerts.
You can register when you arrive: $40 includes all events. $35 for
students and seniors. If you love chamber music and the clarinet it is a
chance to hear many of the great works in one weekend. It all takes
place on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Donald L. Oehler