A Tribute To Mothers
Carla Auld, Flute
Sunday May 9, 2021 3pm
Presented both Virtually, and In Person at
Calvary Lutheran Church
165 W Crescent Ave
In person $40 Virtually $20
Proceeds go toward the Carter Glennon Center for Arts and Nature
(there will be a mother's day "mom"ento given at the concert as well as
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Mrs. Auld's performances as solo flutist and chamber musician have been described as “entirely captivating and impressive” by audience goers. Carla’s first solo album, “Beauty in America” was described as “beguiling … perfect technical command “ “surpassingly beautiful flute playing” by Fanfare Magazine (2009). In the same article, her playing was compared to that of Claude Monteaux and Sir James Galway. Garnering first place in an international flute competition sponsored by Cosmo Buono in 2010, Carla has gone on to present concertos and new works composed for the flute throughout the United States. Ms. Auld is a member of the flute, violin and cello trio, The London Trio, The All-Women Woodwind Quintet and most recently, the AULD Flute and Piano Duo.Ms. Auld has premiered the works of composers, Jason Hoogerhyde, Allen Cohen, Steven Giammarino, Franco Santarelli, John McMurtery, Peter Bacchus, Ricky Lombardo, Elise Carter, Jeremiah Bornfield, William Volliinger and more. The American composer and New Jersey native, James Cohn has recently completed a concertino written for Carla Auld which will be performed as soon as it is safe to do so.
Praised as a pianist with “flair and energy” (The New York Times), Bösendorfer artist MICHAEL FENNELLY received a knighthood in Spain in honor of his historic completion of George Gershwin’s unfinished setting of Rhapsody in Blue for solo piano, orchestra, and symphonic chorus, which he performs later this season with the National Chorale in Lincoln Center. Michael has toured extensively on all seven continents, from Andorra and Antarctica to Zimbabwe and Xinjiang. Dr. Fennelly represented the US State Department on a tour of Japan, made his solo piano debut in Carnegie Hall, was the US winner of the Horowitz Competition in Kiev, and is Music Director of the Athena Music Foundation. MichaelFennelly.com AthenaMusicFoundation.org
Lauren Hosford, French Horn
Elise Carter, flute
Francois Bourne: Fantasie Brilliant on a theme from Carmen
Antonin Dvorak: Songs my Mother Taught me
L. Elise Carter: Honeybee for flute, french horn and piano
Valerie Coleman: Wish
Aaron Alter: La Joie de Vivre (World Premier)
Alan Hovhaness: Duo for 2 flutes
Special thank you to our corporate sponsor Ramapo GeoScience