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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
Tim Cantu (’10)

“Thomas Aquinas College was outstanding preparation for my future career. The great books curriculum hones critical-thinking and problem-solving skills that are absolutely essential every day in law school and as an attorney. To receive this education while also attending a school with a deep and profound Catholic culture was the most valuable college experience I could have had.”

– Tim Cantu (’10)

Attorney, Pepple Cantu Schmidt

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

– John Cardinal O’Connor (†)

Archbishop of New York

(1999)

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