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Lise de la Salle and Christian-Pierre La Marca

Wisconsin Union Theater

Event Details

Date
Saturday, December 8, 2018
Time
7:30 p.m.
Location
Shannon Hall, Memorial Union
Description
French musicians Christian-Pierre La Marca, cello, and Lise de la Salle, piano, discover the musical relationship between Paris and Moscow through works by Rachmaninov and Fauré, alongside transcriptions for cello and piano of opera arias by Saint-Saëns, Prokofiev, Stravinsky and Massenet. Before the performance be sure to to take part in a lecture and presentation by Kyle Johnson at 6pm. Check the TITU screen when you arrive for room location. Kyle is a p ianist who recently received his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the UW-Madison. His performing experience ranges from solo and festival appearances throughout the U.S. and U.K., co-founding the Madison-based contemporary ensemble Sound Out Loud, and as a performance fellow in the Longitude Contemporary Ensemble in Boston, MA. His research interests strongly correlate to his interest in 20th century piano repertoire, of which he produces a podcast series around (Art Music Perspectives). For more information, visit www.kyledjohnson.com . Program Selected Works ............................................................................Fauré Elegie  for cello and piano Sicilienne,  op.78 Papillons Berceuse  ,op.16 Pavane,  op. 50 "Mon coeur s’ouvre à ta voix"   (from  Samson et Dalila ) .......... Saint-Saëns "Pourquoi me réveiller"   (from  Werther ) ................................... Massenet Cello Sonata in G Minor, op. 19 .................................................Rachmaninoff The Love of Three Oranges ........................................................Prokofiev March "Russian Song" (from   Mavra ) .....................................................Stravinsky Flight of the Bumblebee .............................................................Rimsky-Korsakov     Learn more about Lise de la Salle on her website . Learn more about Christian-Pierre La Marca on his website .