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Chinook Winds

Great Falls Symphony Association

11 3rd Street North

Great Falls, MT 59401

P 406.453.4102

F 406.453.9779

E emilyw@gfsymphony.org

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Updates on upcoming "Mix and Match" Concerts

May 11, 2017

In the Mix and Match program, members of both the Chinook Winds and Cascade Quartet will share the stage to perform a variety of pieces for string quartet, wind quintet, and mixed ensemble. The Cascade Quartet will perform Four Miniatures, a work influenced by the folk songs and traditions of Sulkhan Tsintsadze, a cellist and native of Gori (now the country of Georgia). The Chinook Winds will perform Nikola Resanovic’s Drones and Nanorhythms, which incorporates improvisatory elements akin to Balkan Music and features English horn in the second movement.

 

The program also features the two newest members of the Great Falls Symphony’s Core. Lauren Blackberby, Mary Papoulis, Maria Ritzenthaler, and Thad Suits will perform Mozart’s Oboe Quartet in F Major. Dorian Antipa, Mary Papoulis, and Thad Suits will perform Trio No. 2 in C Major by François-René Gebauer, a French composer who studied with one of Mozart’s contemporaries, François Devienne.

 

Audiences will also be treated to two of Astor Piazzola’s tangos, Fugata and Soledad, arranged by the Chinook Winds’ Dorian Antipa for a mix of winds and strings. “I specifically chose to arrange Piazzolla pieces that are not part of his standard works that everybody knows”, says Dorian. “Soledad, which translates to ‘loneliness’ or ‘solitude,’ is a beautifully evocative piece that perfectly fits its descriptive title. By contrast, Fugata is an exciting and playful little fugue.”

 

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