Ana səhifə

Across the Atlantic a concert of music from the Americas Friday 16th October 2009 1-2pm


Yüklə 22.46 Kb.
tarix09.06.2016
ölçüsü22.46 Kb.



Open University Orchestra
Graham Reid Conductor

Across the Atlantic

a concert of music from
the Americas


Friday 16th October 2009
1-2pm

Old Lecture Theatre


The Open University


PROGRAMME
The Stars & Stripes for Ever
John Philip Sousa, arranged by David Andrew

Hoe Down’ from Rodeo


Aaron Copland

Gabriel’s Oboe from The Mission

Ennio Morricone, arranged by Richard Ling
An American in Paris

George Gershwin, arranged by John Whitney



West Side Story

Leonard Bernstein, arranged by Jack Mason


including ‘I feel pretty’, ‘Something’s coming’, ‘Tonight’,
‘One hand, one heart’, ‘Cool’, ‘America


A Salute to the Big Apple

Arranged by Calvin Custer


including ‘New York, New York’, ‘Forty-Second Street’, ‘Lullaby of Broadway’, ‘New York, New York’


Graham Reid - conductor

Graham Reid studied music in Manchester and qualified as a teacher in Reading. He began teaching for Milton Keynes Music Service in 1986 where he still works. He has worked with various MK Music Service groups and other local orchestras. Graham studied conducting at Morley College with Brian Brockless and Lawrence Leonard. More recently he has studied with Michael Rose and Christopher Gayford.



THE OPEN UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA

First violin

Heather Fleck (leader)

Catriona Queen

Clare Cousins

Desiree Dijkstra Jansen

Jim McVey

Karen Matcham

Katharine Reedy

Mike Britton

Mike Davis

Sally Jackson
Second violin

Anthony Lucas Smith

Clare Ikin

Cliff Peat

David Massey

Dennis Pim

Elaine Moore

Jess Aumann

Margaret Hamer

Rachel Burrage


Viola

Steve Potter

Laurence Holden

Liz Stott

Louise Killick

Tony Lochmuller


Cello

Margaret Woodward

Margaret Smith

Als Ryan


Cheryl McAndrew

Denise Riley

Jo Parker

John Powell

Sue Pearce

Double bass

Tine Marchbank

Felicity Fletcher -Campbell

Steve Jones

Yvonne Alton
Flute / piccolo

Sara Hack

Julia Brennan

June Edwards


Oboe

Deborah Mairs


Oboe/ cor anglais

Jo Ayers
Clarinet

Rachel Basi

Clari Gosling


Clarinet / alto saxophone

Kath Barton


Clarinet / bass clarinet/
alto saxophone

Emily Rice


Tenor saxophone

Kevin McConway


Baritone saxophone

John Monk

Bassoon

Ian Every

Jane Fransella

Tessa Holden


Horn

Uwe Radok

Coral Wick

Martin Buckle

Louise Radok
Trumpet

Dave Stevenson

Les Pittam

Yuki Phillips


Trombone

David Hooton

Helen Eaton

Liz Healing


Tuba

Brian Crutchley


Timpani

Allan Jones


Percussion

Roger Smith

Tim Hunt

Tina Kenny


Piano

Kevin McConway


Harp

Kathleen Calder



THE OPEN UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA
The OU Orchestra exists to play music for enjoyment. Rehearsals are held mainly on Friday lunchtimes. The orchestra gives two lunchtime concerts a year and plays for the OU Carol Concert. For more information, contact Tessa Holden (T.C.Holden@open.ac.uk) or visit our website http://www.open.ac.uk/wikis/ouocmc/OU_Orchestra
Grateful acknowledgment is made to the Open University, The Open University Club and MK Music Service for their support, financial and otherwise, and for the loan of instruments
FORTHCOMING CONCERTS

Lunchtime Chamber Music

Zoe South Soprano



Wagner: Wesendonck Lieder
and Songs by Richard Strauss

Wednesday 18 November


St Michael’s Church 1-2 pm

Open University Choir
Conducted by Bill Strang

Motets by Bach, Schutz and Kuhnau

Thursday 26 and Friday 27November


St Michael’s Church 1-2 pm

OU Carol Concert
Tuesday 15 December
Old Lecture Theatre 11.30–12.30

Admission to these events is free. All are welcome.





Verilənlər bazası müəlliflik hüququ ilə müdafiə olunur ©kagiz.org 2016
rəhbərliyinə müraciət