Recital & Concert Programs

Faculty Recital: Thomas Sobieski, violin - Friday, April 4, 2014, 8:00 p.m.

Steven Aldredge, piano
Ginger Minneman, soprano
Schuster Hall, Creative Arts Center
Free and open to the public
Sonata for Violin and Piano (1914-15, rev. 1922)
I.     Con moto
II.    Ballada
III.   Allegretto
IV.   Adagio
Leoš Janáček
(1854-1928)
Along the Field (1927
I.      We’ll to the woods no more
II.     Along the field
III.   The half-moon westers low
IV.    In the morning
V.     The sigh that heaves the grasses
VI.   Goodbye
VII.  Fancy’s Knell
VIII. With rue my heart is laden
Ralph Vaughan Williams
(1872-1958)
INTERMISSION
Sonata for Piano and Violin No. 10 in G Major,
Op. 96 (1812)
I.     Allegro moderato
II.    Adagio espressivo
III.   Scherzo
IV.   Poco Allegretto
Ludwig van Beethoven
(1770-1827)
Road Movies (1995)
III.  40% Swing
John Adams
(b. 1947)

House Policies

To ensure an enjoyable experience for yourself and others, please observe the following policies when visiting the Schuster Hall in the Creative Arts Center.

Portable Devices, Pagers, Alarm Watches
As a courtesy to the performers and other patrons, please turn off or silence all cellular phones, pagers and watch alarms prior to the performance. If you require paging services, please check your pager or cellular phone and register your seat location with the usher upon arrival at the theatre.

The exception to using portable devices during performances is for viewing online programs.

Latecomers
Latecomers and patrons who leave and then return for any reason during a performance will be seated during the next break in the performance.

Photography and Recording
The use of recording equipment or the taking of photographs during performances is strictly forbidden without the expressed consent of the Department of Music.

Smoking
The Creative Arts Center is a smoke-free building.

Food and Drink
Food and drinks are not allowed in the Schuster Hall or the Recital Hall.

Children Attending Events
We ask that any child disrupting other members of the audience be removed from the auditorium so the rest of the attendees can enjoy the concert.