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2012-2013 Cultural Arts Calendar

Cornelia Freeman Concert series ---All concerts are in the School of Music recital hall at 3 p.m. on Sundays and feature performances by School of Music faculty. Single concerts – adults, $12; senior citizens and USC faculty and staff, $10; students, $5; adult series tickets, $50; senior adult series tickets, $40. Reserved seating for the entire series is available for an additional $100 per series tickets.  Reserved seating is not available for individual concerts.  Contact:frontoffice@mozart.sc.edu or 803-777-4280.

For more than two decades this series has raised scholarship funds for USC music students. All earnings from the concerts are placed in a fund to award scholarships to music.

Sept. 9 --- Handel arias and duet by Handel. Performances by Tina Stallard, soprano; Jacob Will, bass; Rebecca Nagel, oboe; Jerry Curry, harpsichord. “La Valse” by Ravel, Joseph Rackers, piano, Quintet in E flat major, Op. 44” by Schumann, William Terwilliger, violin; Rebecca Hunter, violin; Constance Gee, viola; Robert Jesselson, violoncello; Charles Fugo, piano.

Sept. 16 --- “Partita No. 3 in E major, BWV 1006” by J.S. Bach. Craig Butterfield, double bass, “Andante e Rondo Ongarese, Op. 35” by Weber, Constance Gee, viola; Charles Fugo, piano, “Recitative and Aria, ‘Ich bin allein’ (Faust)” by Spohr; Tina Stallard, soprano; Joseph Eller, clarinet; Lynn Kompass, piano; Footprints” by Gordon (Dick) Goodwin; James Ackley, trumpet; Bradley Edwards, trombone; Clifford Leaman, saxophone; Scott Herring, marimba; Descending into Light” by McComas, Clifford Leaman, saxophone; Bradley Edwards, trombone.

Sept. 23 --- “From Fiori musicali (1635)” by Frescobaldi from “Hommage à Frescobaldi” by Langlais. William Bates, organ; Variations on the name ABEGG, Op. 1 by Schumann”; Charles Fugo, piano; Reciprocity for Trombone and Tuba” by Meador, Bradley Edwards, trombone; Ronald Davis, tuba; “Nonet, H. 374” by Martinu; Jennifer Parker-Harley, flute; Rebecca Schalk Nagel, oboe; Joseph Eller, clarinet; Robert Pruzin, horn; Michael Harley, bassoon; William Terwilliger, violin; Constance Gee, viola; Robert Jesselson, violoncello; Craig Butterfield, bass; Broken Resolutions; Red Wine & Blue; Plaza Luna by Bert Ligon”; William Terwilliger, violin; Rebecca Hunter, violin; Constance Gee, viola; Robert Jesselson, violoncello; Craig Butterfield, bass; Bert Ligon, piano.

Sept. 30 --- “Impromptu in G flat major, D. 899, No. 3” by Schubert; “Impromptu in F sharp major, Op. 36” by Chopin. John Williams, piano; “Bilitis” by Debussy; Jennifer Parker-Harley, flute; Charles Fugo, piano; “Breaking” by John Fitz Rogers; Clifford Leaman, saxophone; Joseph Rackers, piano; “Old Shoes, Fable, Drive Time” by Bert Ligon; Bert Ligon, piano; Craig Butterfield, bass.

Oct. 7 --- “De Provenza il mar (La Traviata)” by Verdi; “Non piu andrai (Marriage of Figaro)” by Mozart. Richard Conant, baritone; Charles Fugo, piano; Centennial Horizon” by McKee; James Ackley, trumpet; Joseph Rackers, piano; Winter Music” by John Fitz Rogers; Rebecca Hunter, violin; Lynn Kompass, piano; At the Marion Opera House” by Tayloe Harding; Robert Jesselson, cello; Charles Fugo, piano; Ocean Calling” by Warshauer; Lomazov/Rackers duo - Marina Lomazov and Joseph Rackers, piano.

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