Wednesday, October 31, 2018



Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Another Musical Afternoon at IKF

Another Musical Afternoon at IKF
Tuesday, October 30th at 2:30pm (Front MPR) Concert: Trombone Ensemble Trombone and piano ensemble featuring musicians:
Huai-En Tsai/ trombone
 M.M. & D.M.A. Peabody Conservatory Principal Trombone, Proarte Chamber Orchestra of Washington
Faculty of Music, Midwest University 
Wen-Yin Chan/ piano

B.M. Curtis Institute, M.M. & D.M.A. Yale University
Faculty, Levine School of Music 

Program/repertoire for the concert: 
Franz Schubert: An die Musik
Leonard Bernstein: Elegy for Mippy II 

Sergei Rachmaninoff: Andante from Cello Sonata 
 Astor Piazzolla : Oblivion
Astor Piazolla: Ave Maria
Cheng Wu: I Don’t KnowTaiwanese Folksongs: Loving You All Year Round & June Jasmine. 

Thursday, October 18, 2018

The First Time I ever Saw This

Th Violinist in the Nottingham Ensemble used an iPad Music Stand with an AirTurn gizmo at his feet to turn the pages.

I sat in a row behind the violinist so I could see he was reading his music score off an iPad, but couldn't see how he was turning the pages.  I surmised he must be using his feet and sure enough he had one of these gizmos on the floor by his music stand.

The Nottingham Ensemble at Ingleside

The Nottingham Ensemble
In Concert  Wed., Oct.17, at 7:30 in Multipurpose Room BY BARBARA MURRY
It’s time for another “Residents’ Own Classical Concert” presentation, this time a performance by the Nottingham Ensemble. The Ensemble is comprised of a trio of locally based but world renowned artists:

Cellist John Kaboff, Benjamin Scott on Violin, and Pianist Brad Clark. 

Mr. Kaboff is a distinguished soloist and teacher of great reputation. 

Mr. Scott is a newly appointed member of the National Symphony Orchestra who has toured widely in Asia and Europe. 

Mr. Clark has a Doctorate of Musical Arts in collaborative piano from Catholic University and has performed in recitals with singers and instrumentalists throughout the U.S. and Europe.  

The Program:

Piano Trio No. 5 in D Major, Op. 70 No1, "Ghost" Ludwig van Beethoven (1808)

Trio No. 4 in E Minor, Op. 90, "Dumky" Antonin Dvorak