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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
  • Fall Schubertiade 2018
    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
Pete Colarelli

“Thomas Aquinas College’s best asset is its ability to make faith part of everything. It permeates the social life and the academic life.”

– Pete Colarelli (’92)

First Ward Alderman, Lockport, Ill.

“Thomas Aquinas College has always been thoroughly Catholic in its identity. It's an outstanding program of studies, founded on a loyalty to the Chair of Peter and to the Magisterium of the Church.”

– Raymond Cardinal Burke

Prefect Emeritus, Supreme Tribunal

of the Apostolic Signatura

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