Date(s) - Sunday, November 20, 2022
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Our annual holiday concert! First performance is in Oakland at the First Church of Christ Scientist, and features a program of quintet favorites, old and new. The Concerto for Wind Quintet, by Belgian composer-organist Joseph Jongen, is a wonderful work in a post-Impressionist style written during World War II. Recent works include the charming Kaleidoscope by Venezuelan-American composer Efraín Amaya and the Quintet of Pittsburgh composer/cellist Paul Critser. Holiday selections include R. James Whipple’s Four Jewish Dances and secular Christmas music arranged by Keith Powell.
NOTE: This program will be repeated on Saturday, November 26, where there will be a tour of the toy train collection in the museum at Holmes Hall.
* * * PROGRAM * * *
Traditional: I’ve Been Working on the Railroad
Joseph Jongen: Concerto for Wind Quintet (1942)
Paul Critser: Quintet (2017 )
R. James Whipple: Four Jewish Dances
Efraín Amaya: Kaleidoscope (2003)
Julia Niebergall: Hoosier Rag (1907 )
Traditonal: Holiday Selections
Free parking available for the Sunday evening performance: a limited amount behind the building and more further along Dithridge Street. See map below.