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Video & Slideshow: <br>Fall Schubertiade 2018

Video & Slideshow:
Fall Schubertiade 2018

Posted: October 24, 2018

On Sunday, October 21, Thomas Aquinas College students performed in the first of this year’s two informal concerts — “Schubertiades” — in St. Cecilia Hall. In the video above, Amelia McHatton (’21) plays Debussy’s “Clair de Lune.” And below, freshmen Nathan O’Reilly, Joseph Caldwell, and Dominic Gardner perform Corelli’s Concerto grosso no. 8 in G minor:

 

Below are photos and the program from the concert:

  • Fall Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Fall Schubertiade
  • Fall Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Fall Schubertiade
  • Fall Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Fall Schubertiade
  • Fall Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Fall Schubertiade
  • Fall Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Fall Schubertiade
  • Fall Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Fall Schubertiade
  • Fall Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Fall Schubertiade
  • Fall Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Fall Schubertiade
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    Slideshow: Fall Schubertiade
  • Fall Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Fall Schubertiade
  • Fall Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Fall Schubertiade
  • Fall Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Fall Schubertiade

Program

  • Sonata no. 14 in C# minor: “Moonlight,”   L. v. Beethoven
    Presto agitato
    Performed by Justin Fox (’21), piano
  • An Die Musik, F. Schubert
    Performed by Peter Lucas (’22)
    acc. by Thomas Baker (’20)
  • Valse du petit chien, F. Chopin
    Performed by Thomas Baker (’20), piano
  • Cello Suite no. 2 in D minor, J.S. Bach
    I. Prelude
    IV. Sarabande
    Performed by Ingrid Beers (’20), cello
  • Five Duets, F. Schbuert
    Performed by Garin Ballard (’21), horn
    and Nicole Walshe (’22), horn
  • Clair de Lune, C. Debussy
    Performed by Amelia McHatton (’21), piano
  • “Adelaide,” Op. 46, L. v. Beethoven
    Performed by Francis Donnelly (’19)
    acc. by Allanna Donnelly
  • Violin Sonata in C major, W. A. Mozart
    I. Allegro vivace
    Performed by Matt Loew (’20), violin
    and Stephanie Pipes (’19), piano
  • Lágrima, F. Tárrega
    Performed by Jon Scheaffer (’21), classical guitar
  • Concerto grosso no. 8 in G minor, A. Corelli
    III. Adagio – Allegro – Adagio
    Performed by Nathan O’Reilly (’22), violin,
    Joseph Caldwell (’22), violin,
    and Dominic Gardner (’22), cello
Lt. Robert Mohun (’09)

“Dynamic situations call for a nimble, dynamic mind, and the College really prepares you for that.”

– Lt. Robert Mohun (’09)

U.S. Marine Corps

“Thomas Aquinas is already the preeminent Catholic college in the country.”

– John Cardinal O’Connor (†)

Archbishop of New York

(1999)

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