Virtual River Concert Series

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Add to Calendar 2020-06-26 18:15:00 2020-06-26 21:00:00 Virtual River Concert Series 6:15 p.m. Pre-Concert (Due to technical difficulties, the pre-concert will not take place as planned) M. Derrick Miller, tenor, SMCM Graduation Recital 2020   7:00  p.m. Concert Greeting: Dr. Tuajuanda C. Jordan, president,  St. Mary's College of Maryland   Introduction:  Jeffrey Silberschlag, professor of music and chair of Music Department, St. Mary's College of Maryland; music director, Chesapeake Orchestra & River Concert Series   "Let Us Break Bread Together"  Traditional Spiritual arr. Mike Davis Sherri Fenwick, piano  with the Chesapeake Orchestra Brass: Jeffrey Silberschlag & Zachary Silberschlag, trumpets Nathaniel Silberschlag, horn     Bryan Bourne, trombone from Auerbach Auditorium, St. Mary's College of Maryland                                                      Gran Duo for Clarinet and Double Bass                                          Giovanni Bottesini Alec Mannasse, clarinet Milad Daniari, contrabass Lior Willinger, piano   Fantasia Su "Il Giuramento" Fantasy on the opera "The Oath"       Saverio Mercadante Zachary Silberschlag, trumpet    Nathaniel Silberschlag, horn Lior Willinger, piano   Intermission: Photo Montage of St. Mary's College Background music: Su le Sponde del Tebro  -  Marie Claire Breen, soprano  Chesapeake Chamber Orchestra      Autumn                                                                                                  John Stevens Jeffrey Silberschlag, Flugelhorn      Lior Willinger, piano      Badinerie dalla Suite No. 2                                                                        J.S. Bach ARMONIOSA from Coro della Chiesa della Maddalena                       Moonlight Sonata                                                                                    L. v. Beethoven Bruno Canino, piano from San Domenico Cathedral   Rondo "alla turca"                                                                                    W. A. Mozart Giuseppe Nova, flute Glauco Bertagnin, violin Marco Nason, viola Leonardo Sapere, violoncello from Grinzane Cavour Castle, Italy   O Sole Mio                                                                                                E. Di Capua-G. Capurro Sang Eun Kim, soprano Gian Luca Pasolini, tenor Piero Corradino, piano from San Lorenzo Cathedral, Alba   Music Credits: Introduction music:  from KICKOFF by David Froom ACA Performed by Jeffrey Silberschlag, John Dent, Phil Snedecor, trumpets   Jeffrey Lang, Anthony Valerio, horns  Richard Clark, Bryan Bourne, trombones  Michael M.Bunn, tuba Larry Vote, conductor   Closing credit music: Scarlatti - Su le Sponde del Tebro Marie Clarie Breen, soprano, Jeffrey SIlberschlag, trumpet Chesapeake Chamber Orchestra   M. Derrick Miller is a 2020 graduate of St. Mary's College of Maryland. While a student, Miller was a member of PING, Chamber Singers, SMC-Men and the student-run jazz combo, "No Time Five." He was also a member of the College Orchestra and Jazz Band. Miller is in a certificate program at UMBC in Contemporary American Music, to be followed by a master's degree.  Nathaniel Silberschlag is principal horn of The Cleveland Orchestra.  Before that, he was assistant principal horn of the Washington National Opera/Kennedy Center Orchestra. At the age of 19, he was the youngest member of the Kennedy Center Orchestra. Silberschlag received his B.A. from The Juilliard School. He is the third generation of his family to attend the Juilliard School. He is a graduate of the National Symphony Orchestra Youth Fellowship program and spent two summers in the Kennedy Center’s Summer Music Institute. In 2015, Silberschlag was the first recipient of the Edwin C. Thayer, Laurel Bennert Ohlson award for artistry and excellence on the French horn. Zachary Silberschlag is principal trumpet of The Hawaii Symphony in Honolulu. He has held principal trumpet positions with “The Orchestra Now" based in New York, the Chesapeake Orchestra, and the New York Festival Brass Quintet. He performs regularly at Carnegie Hall, New York's Lincoln Center, and at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Silberschlag holds a B.A. from St. Mary's College of Maryland, an M.A. from Manhattan School of Music, and a doctorate from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.  Described as one of the most outstanding Italian flutists of his generation, Giuseppe Nova made his debut in 1982 as a soloist with the RAI Symphony Orchestra. This marked the beginning of a brilliant career which has led him to perform in the most prestigious concert halls in Europe, the United States and Asia. He has taught at the Accademia di Pescara, at the Arts Academy Foundation in Rome, at the Scuola di Saluzzo, and as visiting artist at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. He has recorded extensively. Nova received the European Award for Artistic and Cultural Activities in Prague, a Chamber Music Award in Kyoto, and in 2018 was appointed BMIMF Best Artist at the Korean Busan Maru International Festival. He now teaches at the Conservatoire de la Vallée d'Aoste. Sherri Fenwick, a professional musician, has performed on the piano and organ since an early age. She received her education from St. Mary’s College of Maryland and Towson University. For 36 years, Sherri taught music and was one of the major choral directors in the St. Mary’s County Public Schools. She has been a minister of music in churches in the Maryland, D.C. and Virginia areas, organist at the St. Nicholas Base chapel and continues to serve where there is a need. Fenwick founded the St. Mary’s Gospel Choir and was its choral director from 1982 - 1987. Currently, she is choral director of the Southern Maryland Community Gospel Choir. Award-winning pianist Lior Willinger performs as a solo and chamber artist in the U.S. and abroad. At the age of 19, he made his New York concerto debut at Carnegie Hall. An avid chamber musician, Willinger has collaborated in recitals with musicians of the Boston Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, Cleveland Orchestra and Minnesota Orchestra. He currently serves as director of the Homewood Chamber Music Seminar, coaching student chamber groups at Johns Hopkins University. Willinger earned his bachelor and master of music degrees from the Peabody Conservatory, where he is currently pursuing a doctor of musical arts degree. Noted for his “rich, pure sound” by the San Francisco Classical Voice, clarinetist Alec Manasse studied at The Juilliard School. He has performed with many of New York City’s top orchestras, including the Orchestra of Saint Luke’s and the American Ballet Theater. Manasse regularly performs chamber music at the Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival and The Festival de Musique in St. Barthelemy. A two-time fellow at the Colorado College Summer Music Festival, he has collaborated with members of The Ying Quartet and pianist Jon Nakamatsu. Bassist Milad Daniari has been a member of the Shreveport Symphony since 2019 and maintains a dynamic career with orchestras on the East Coast including the American Ballet Theatre, Albany Symphony, and the Vermont Symphony in addition to serving as principal bass with Pegasus: The Orchestra. Daniari regularly performs at major venues including Carnegie Hall, the David H. Koch Theater, the Metropolitan Opera House, Alice Tully Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Previously, he served as co-principal bass with The Orchestra Now and has served as principal bass with the Chesapeake Orchestra. Daniari graduated from the Manhattan School of Music and earned his master of music degree from Bard College.     St. Mary's College of Maryland Jeffrey Silberschlag America/New_York public
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6:15 p.m. Pre-Concert (Due to technical difficulties, the pre-concert will not take place as planned)

M. Derrick Miller, tenor, SMCM Graduation Recital 2020

 

7:00  p.m. Concert

Greeting:

Dr. Tuajuanda C. Jordan, president,  St. Mary's College of Maryland

 

Introduction: 

Jeffrey Silberschlag, professor of music and chair of Music Department, St. Mary's College of Maryland; music director, Chesapeake Orchestra & River Concert Series

 

"Let Us Break Bread Together" 

Traditional Spiritual arr. Mike Davis

Sherri Fenwick, piano 

with the Chesapeake Orchestra Brass:

Jeffrey Silberschlag & Zachary Silberschlag, trumpets

Nathaniel Silberschlag, horn    

Bryan Bourne, trombone

from Auerbach Auditorium, St. Mary's College of Maryland

                                                    

Gran Duo for Clarinet and Double Bass                                         

Giovanni Bottesini

Alec Mannasse, clarinet

Milad Daniari, contrabass

Lior Willinger, piano

 

Fantasia Su "Il Giuramento" Fantasy on the opera "The Oath"      

Saverio Mercadante

Zachary Silberschlag, trumpet   

Nathaniel Silberschlag, horn

Lior Willinger, piano

 

Intermission: Photo Montage of St. Mary's College

Background music: Su le Sponde del Tebro  - 

Marie Claire Breen, soprano 

Chesapeake Chamber Orchestra   

 

Autumn                                                                                                 

John Stevens

Jeffrey Silberschlag, Flugelhorn     

Lior Willinger, piano   

 

Badinerie dalla Suite No. 2                                                                       

J.S. Bach

ARMONIOSA

from Coro della Chiesa della Maddalena

                     

Moonlight Sonata                                                                                   

L. v. Beethoven

Bruno Canino, piano

from San Domenico Cathedral

 

Rondo "alla turca"                                                                                   

W. A. Mozart

Giuseppe Nova, flute

Glauco Bertagnin, violin

Marco Nason, viola

Leonardo Sapere, violoncello

from Grinzane Cavour Castle, Italy

 

O Sole Mio                                                                                               

E. Di Capua-G. Capurro

Sang Eun Kim, soprano

Gian Luca Pasolini, tenor

Piero Corradino, piano

from San Lorenzo Cathedral, Alba


 

Music Credits:

Introduction music:  from KICKOFF by David Froom ACA

Performed by Jeffrey Silberschlag, John Dent, Phil Snedecor, trumpets  

Jeffrey Lang, Anthony Valerio, horns 

Richard Clark, Bryan Bourne, trombones 

Michael M.Bunn, tuba

Larry Vote, conductor

 

Closing credit music:

Scarlatti - Su le Sponde del Tebro

Marie Clarie Breen, soprano, Jeffrey SIlberschlag, trumpet

Chesapeake Chamber Orchestra
 

M. Derrick Miller is a 2020 graduate of St. Mary's College of Maryland. While a student, Miller was a member of PING, Chamber Singers, SMC-Men and the student-run jazz combo, "No Time Five." He was also a member of the College Orchestra and Jazz Band. Miller is in a certificate program at UMBC in Contemporary American Music, to be followed by a master's degree. 

Nathaniel Silberschlag is principal horn of The Cleveland Orchestra.  Before that, he was assistant principal horn of the Washington National Opera/Kennedy Center Orchestra. At the age of 19, he was the youngest member of the Kennedy Center Orchestra. Silberschlag received his B.A. from The Juilliard School. He is the third generation of his family to attend the Juilliard School. He is a graduate of the National Symphony Orchestra Youth Fellowship program and spent two summers in the Kennedy Center’s Summer Music Institute. In 2015, Silberschlag was the first recipient of the Edwin C. Thayer, Laurel Bennert Ohlson award for artistry and excellence on the French horn.

Zachary Silberschlag is principal trumpet of The Hawaii Symphony in Honolulu. He has held principal trumpet positions with “The Orchestra Now" based in New York, the Chesapeake Orchestra, and the New York Festival Brass Quintet. He performs regularly at Carnegie Hall, New York's Lincoln Center, and at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Silberschlag holds a B.A. from St. Mary's College of Maryland, an M.A. from Manhattan School of Music, and a doctorate from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. 

Described as one of the most outstanding Italian flutists of his generation, Giuseppe Nova made his debut in 1982 as a soloist with the RAI Symphony Orchestra. This marked the beginning of a brilliant career which has led him to perform in the most prestigious concert halls in Europe, the United States and Asia. He has taught at the Accademia di Pescara, at the Arts Academy Foundation in Rome, at the Scuola di Saluzzo, and as visiting artist at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. He has recorded extensively. Nova received the European Award for Artistic and Cultural Activities in Prague, a Chamber Music Award in Kyoto, and in 2018 was appointed BMIMF Best Artist at the Korean Busan Maru International Festival. He now teaches at the Conservatoire de la Vallée d'Aoste.

Sherri Fenwick, a professional musician, has performed on the piano and organ since an early age. She received her education from St. Mary’s College of Maryland and Towson University. For 36 years, Sherri taught music and was one of the major choral directors in the St. Mary’s County Public Schools. She has been a minister of music in churches in the Maryland, D.C. and Virginia areas, organist at the St. Nicholas Base chapel and continues to serve where there is a need. Fenwick founded the St. Mary’s Gospel Choir and was its choral director from 1982 - 1987. Currently, she is choral director of the Southern Maryland Community Gospel Choir.

Award-winning pianist Lior Willinger performs as a solo and chamber artist in the U.S. and abroad. At the age of 19, he made his New York concerto debut at Carnegie Hall. An avid chamber musician, Willinger has collaborated in recitals with musicians of the Boston Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, Cleveland Orchestra and Minnesota Orchestra. He currently serves as director of the Homewood Chamber Music Seminar, coaching student chamber groups at Johns Hopkins University. Willinger earned his bachelor and master of music degrees from the Peabody Conservatory, where he is currently pursuing a doctor of musical arts degree.

Noted for his “rich, pure sound” by the San Francisco Classical Voice, clarinetist Alec Manasse studied at The Juilliard School. He has performed with many of New York City’s top orchestras, including the Orchestra of Saint Luke’s and the American Ballet Theater. Manasse regularly performs chamber music at the Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival and The Festival de Musique in St. Barthelemy. A two-time fellow at the Colorado College Summer Music Festival, he has collaborated with members of The Ying Quartet and pianist Jon Nakamatsu.

Bassist Milad Daniari has been a member of the Shreveport Symphony since 2019 and maintains a dynamic career with orchestras on the East Coast including the American Ballet Theatre, Albany Symphony, and the Vermont Symphony in addition to serving as principal bass with Pegasus: The Orchestra. Daniari regularly performs at major venues including Carnegie Hall, the David H. Koch Theater, the Metropolitan Opera House, Alice Tully Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Previously, he served as co-principal bass with The Orchestra Now and has served as principal bass with the Chesapeake Orchestra. Daniari graduated from the Manhattan School of Music and earned his master of music degree from Bard College.


 

 

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Jeffrey Silberschlag
jbsilberschlag@smcm.edu
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