John Rogers Memorial Concert

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  • mark: Program:
  • mark: All compositions by John E. Rogers, except as noted.
  • mark: Welcome, Jenni Cook, Chair, Dept. of Music
  • mark: Reflections, Keith Polk, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Music
  • mark: Sonata for trombone and Piano (3 mvmts)
  • mark: After Mallarme, version for voice and piano)
  • mark: After Mallarme, electronic version
  • mark: Sonata for piano (3rd mvmt). arr. Kies
  • mark: Computer Fantasy
  • mark: In Nets of Golden Wires (Thomas Morley)
  • mark: Trio for recorder, sackbut, and synthesized sounds)
  • mark: Now (Alexander Strong)
  • mark: Cherokee (Ray Noble, arr. Kross)
  • mark: My Funny Valentine (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
  • mark: Musicians: Michael Annicchiarico, electronics; Beth Munn Griffin, marimba;Christopher Kies, piano; Mark Kross, piano; Paul Merrill, piano; Nicholas Orovich, trombone, sackbut; Louise Rogers, voice; David Seiler, clarinet; ....
  • mark: Robert Stibler, cornetto, recorder; Alexander Strong, vibraphone
  • mark: If anybody's watching, please let me know you're seeing and hearing ok!
  • mark: beautiful... thanks!
  • mark: That was a shout out to Johnny...
  • mark: That's all folks!

Past shows

  • John Rogers Memorial Concert

    This show was on Oct 22nd, 2016 | 3 people watched
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  • Fauré at Play: Sunday Brunch with Louise Rogers & Mark Kross

    This show was on Nov 30th, 2014 | 14 people watched
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Fauré at Play
Chesky recording artist vocalist Louise Rogers and pianist Mark Kross offer their jazz interpretations of art songs by French composer Gabriel Fauré. The harmonic complexities, subtleties, and beauty of Fauré’s melodies combined with the romantic lyricism of poets such as Victor Hugo and Paul Verlaine inspired these musical explorations. The results are at once pensive and... more

Fauré at Play
Chesky recording artist vocalist Louise Rogers and pianist Mark Kross offer their jazz interpretations of art songs by French composer Gabriel Fauré. The harmonic complexities, subtleties, and beauty of Fauré’s melodies combined with the romantic lyricism of poets such as Victor Hugo and Paul Verlaine inspired these musical explorations. The results are at once pensive and playful, languid and lively, haunting and heavenly.

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