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Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade 2019

Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade 2019

Posted: March 28, 2019

On Sunday, Thomas Aquinas College students performed in the second of this year’s two informal concerts, or “Schubertiades,” in St. Cecilia Hall. Photos are available in the following slideshow:

  • Spring Schubertiade 2019
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2019
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2019
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2019
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2019
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2019
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2019
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2019
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2019
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2019
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade

Below is the program from the concert:

  • Sonata no. 8 in C minor: “Pathétique,” L. v. Beethoven 
    III. Rondo
    Performed by Thomas Baker (’20), piano
  • “Le papillon et la fleur,” G. Fauré
    Francis Donnelly (’19), accompanied by Justin Fox (’21)
  • “Vexilla regis prodeunt” (a 2 voci), G. Puccini
    I. Prelude
    Anna Asper (’21) & Peter Lucas (’22), accompanied by Clotilde Cecchi (’22)
  • L’Arlésienne, Suite no. 2, G. Bizet
    III. Minuet
    Melanie Geier (’20), flute
    Maria Perry (’20), piano
  • Eine kIeine Nachtmusik, W. A. Mozart
    II. Romanze
    Nathan O’Reilly (’22), violin
    Dominic Gardner (’22), cello
  • “Dixit Dominus,” T. L. de Victoria

    Sunday Early Mass Choir

  • “O Jesu, humilis corde,” Traditional French Melody
  • Sunday Early Mass Choir
  • Cello Sonata No. 1 in E minor, J. Brahms
    I. Allegro non troppo
    Ingrid Beers (’20), accompanied by Jonathan Culbreath (’17)
  • Ave Maria in A major, C. Saint-Saëns
    Anna (’22) and Robert Santine (’22), accompanied by Clotilde Cecchi (’22)
  • Nisi Dominus, A. Vivaldi
    IV. “Cum dederit”
    Bella Ayala (’19), accompanied by Matthew Loew (’20)