Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade

Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade

On Sunday, March 24, Thomas Aquinas College students performed in the second of this year’s two informal concerts — “Schubertiades” — in St. Bernardine of Siena Library.

  • Schubertiade Spring 2013
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Schubertiade Spring 2013
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Schubertiade Spring 2013
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Schubertiade Spring 2013
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Schubertiade Spring 2013
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Schubertiade Spring 2013
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Schubertiade Spring 2013
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Schubertiade Spring 2013
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Schubertiade Spring 2013
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade

Below is the program from the concert:

  • “Impromptu” (Op. 90, No. 4), by Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
    Performed by Michael Shonnard (’16)
  • “Vocalise” (Op. 34, No. 14), by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943)
    Performed by Colleen Donnelly (’14)
    Accompanied by Vincent Sorisio
  • “Fantasie Impromptu in C# Minor,” by Frederic Chopin (1810-1849)
    Performed by Joseph Montanaro (’14)
  • “O Mio Babbino,” by Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924)
    Performed by Carmel Richard (’15)
    Accompanied by Andrew Pfeiffer (’14)
  • “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II
    Performed by John Paul Thurau (’14)
    Accompanied by Andy LaFave (’15)
  • William Tell Overture, by Gioacchino Rossini (1792-1868)
    Performed by Genevieve McCarthy (’15) and Paul Grimes (’15)
  • “Polichinelle in F# minor” (Op. 3, No. 4), by Sergei Rachmaninoff
    Performed by Samuel Chasuk (’14)
  • “Deh vieni, non tardar,” from The Marriage of Figaro, by W. A. Mozart (1756-1791)
    Performed by Sara Smillie (’15)
    Accompanied by Paul Grimes (’15)
  • “Csardas,” by Vittorio Monti (1868-1922)
    Performed by Rachel Bright (’15)
    Accompanied by Martin Beers (’15)
  • “Prelude in D Major” (Op. 23, No. 4), by Sergei Rachmaninoff
    Performed by Hannah Kostuch (’16)
  • “Caro mio ben,” by Tommaso Giordani (1740-1806)
    Performed by Angelique Atchley (’14)
  • “Norwegian March” (Op. 54, No. 2)
    “Nocturne” (Op. 54, No. 4), by Edvard Grieg (1843-1907)
    Performed by Andrew Pfeiffer (’14)
  • Prelude and Fugue in F Minor (BWV 857), by J. S. Bach (1685-1750)
    Performed by Martin Beers (’15)
Caroline Johnson, M.D. (’97)

“The diverse and in-depth education I received at Thomas Aquinas College was extremely valuable, first and foremost, for my soul; but it also proved to be more beneficial for my vocation as a physician than all the ‘hard sciences’ combined, perfectly blending the practical with the philosophical, and allowing me to see Christ in all whom I treat.”

– Caroline Johnson, M.D. (’97)

Internal Medicine Hospitalist

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