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Video & Slideshow: <br>Spring Schubertiade 2018

Video & Slideshow:
Spring Schubertiade 2018

Posted: April 6, 2018

In mid-March, Thomas Aquinas College students performed in the second of this year’s two informal concerts, or “Schubertiades” — the first ever to be held in the newly completed St. Cecilia Hall. In the video above, Justin Fox (’21) performs Chopin’s Polonaise no. 1 in A major.

  • Spring Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade
  • Spring Schubertiade 2018
    Slideshow: Spring Schubertiade

Below is the program from the concert:

  • Sonata in D major, K. 381, W. A. Mozart
    II. Andante
    III. Allegro molto
    Performed by Elizabeth and Theresa Gallagher (both ’18), piano
  • Minuet & Dance of the Blessed Spirits, C. Gluck
    Melanie Geier, flute
    Maria Perry, piano
  • Suite no. 1 in G major (for solo cello), J. S. Bach
    I. Prelude             
    Ingrid Beers (’20), cello
  • Liebestraum, F. Liszt
    Mary LaFave (’18), piano
  • “Ständchen,” F. Schubert
    Francis Donnelly (’19), accompanied by Joseph Kucel (’16)
  • “Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen,” H. Isaac
    Coco Asjes (’20), Sylvia Zepeda (’20), Micaela McCall (’20), Renata Zepeda (’21), Isaac Cross (’19), Francis Donnelly (’19), Thomas Becher (’19), Joseph Daly (’19)
  • Sonata no. 8 in C minor: “Pathétique,” L. v. Beethoven
    I. Grave – Allegro di molto e con brio
    Thomas Baker (’20), piano
  • Maria Luisa: Mazurka, J. Sagreras
    Jon Scheaffer (’21), classical guitar
  • Polichinelle, op. 3, no. 4, S. Rachmaninoff
    Jacob Scherer (’21), piano
  • Sonata in G minor for Alto Recorder, G. F. Handel
    I. Larghetto
    IV. Presto
    Micaela Stoutz (’18), alto recorder
  • Concerto no. 1 in E flat major, R. Strauss
    I. Allegro
    Garin Ballard (’21), French horn
  • Polonaise no. 1 in A major: “Military,” F. Chopin
    Justin Fox (’21), piano
Brooks Braden

“At my alma mater and in the Marines, hard work and high standards are the norm.”

– Major Brooks Braden (’97)

Judge Advocate, U.S. Marine Corps Reserves

“I am most grateful for Thomas Aquinas College’s resolute fidelity to the Church and her teachings. The young people whom you serve certainly are being formed to think with the Church and to defend the Faith with courage and charity.”

– The Most Rev. William E. Lori

Archbishop of Baltimore

Chair of the USCCB's Ad Hoc Committee on Religious Liberty

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