Lenten Lunch Concert Emily Sunderman, violin Gareth Cordery, piano Saint Stephen’s Episcopal Church Middlebury, Vermont Thursday, March 5, 2020, 12:15 – 1PM Violin Sonata in D major, HWV 371, George Frideric Handel Afectuoso Allegro Larghetto Allegro Notturno from 6 Pieces for Piano, Ottorino Respighi Romance, Amy Beach ======= Program Notes The Sonata in D Major
Wedding season is right around the corner and so, it is time to dust off a few ceremony favorites! Here are a couple rough recordings from our rehearsal last week. Perfect Pachelbel Canon
Below is a suggested program for violin and cello for a wedding ceremony: Prelude (15-20 minutes, 3-5 pieces): Prelude music occurs as guests are being seated and waiting for the ceremony to begin. Usually, the prelude lasts for about 15 minutes however, the duo prepares to an hour of music in case there are unexpected
The Addison offers solo and ensemble music for wedding ceremonies and special occasions. The Addison is based in Vermont and is willing to travel to the Adirondacks and within New England. The ensemble can be comprised of a classically trained string quartet ready to play Beethoven String Quartets to a jazz trio ready to play
Violinist Emily Sunderman and cellist Brian Donat will perform unaccompanied Bach sonatas, classical and not so classical duets by Beethoven, Mozart and Gliere. Sunderman and Donat frequently perform together at weddings throughout Vermont and in the Adirondacks. Wednesday, August 24, 2016 from 6-8PM in the Gazebo on the Town Green (across from the post
These are a few rough recorded samples Solo Violin: All of me (John Legend cover) Thousand Years (Christina Perri Cover) In a Sentimental Mood by Duke Ellington
Here’s a recording of Emily Sunderman covering the John Legend Song, All of Me… It is the music playing and accompanied by an animation in one of the gallery spaces in Tanja Hollander’s exhibit at MassMOCA, Are you really my friend.