Welcome to ECB´s 2014–2015 season. Once again we are pleased to present classical music programs prepared and performed by our members.
Performances are free to the public, begin at 1 PM, and are followed by refreshments. Please join us at the Hillside Club, 2286 Cedar St., Berkeley, CA.
 
Program for January 26th, 2015 - 1pm
 
Performance 1
Violin Sonata in G Major, K. 379
W. A. Mozart (1756-1791)
Elizabeth Yee, Violin
Nancy Rude, piano
Performance 2
"Une Barque sur l'Ocean" from Miroirs
Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
Mephisto Waltz No. 1
Franz Liszt (1811-1886)
Jason Chiu, Piano
Performance 3
Flutes in the Garden
Gary Shocker (b. 1959)
Two Bulgarian Folk Songs
Sinio lio, balno li ti e
Smok sviri na varba
Arr. Nikolai Kaufman
Haru no umi
Sinio lio, balno li ti e
Smok sviri na varba
Michio Miyagi (1894-1956)
Arr. Sandra Howard
Susan Waller, Flute and Alto Flute
Katy Wilson, Flute
Janet Woodhams Flute
Performance 4
Excerpts from "Tosca"
Aria "Vissi d'arte"
Act III duet - Tosca & Cavaradossi
Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924)
Eliza O'Malley, Soprano
Frederick Winthrop, Tenor
Galina Umanskaya, Piano
 

President´s Corner

Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year!

I hope you had the good fortune to attend our December program. It was terrific - I can't imagine a better way to have said goodbye to 2014. Our audience was packed with members and guests and the performances were superb.

I know that we'll greet the new year with just as much success. There is something for everyone in this month's concert - please take a look at the impressive program. A violin and piano duo will get us started and will be followed by solo piano. The second half of our program begins with works for three flutes and finishes strongly with a few arias for voice.

Donations to our general fund and scholarship programs continue to be made but we've still got a long way to go. Though our Silver Tea fundaraiser will soon be here in April, we very much rely on donations made througout the seaseon. See our support page to find out how to make a donation.


With warm regards,
Jason Schulterbrandt