You are cordially invited to our ‘Second Sunday at Six’ program:
Date: April 14, 2019
Time: 6:00 pm
Place: All Saints Episcopal Church
129 North Market Street
Selinsgrove, PA 17870
Dr. Gail Levinsky is Associate Professor of Music at SU where her responsibilities include teaching applied studies in saxophone, chamber music, instrumental pedagogy, and woodwind methods.
Dr. Jaime Namminga is a lecturer in music, staff pianist, and coordinator of the accompanying area at Susquehanna University.
Jonathan Deysher, is a senior Bachelor of Arts in Music major at Susquehanna University, grew up in the Selinsgrove area & graduated from Selinsgrove Area High School. On campus, he is the university jazz band manager, lead recording technician, and a collegiate member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.
Emma Mooradian, is a senior Music Performance major at Susquehanna University from Portland, Maine. Besides playing the saxophone, she enjoys drinking coffee and walking her cat.
Melanie Sonatore, a junior at Susquehanna University, is currently working towards a Bachelor of Arts in Music with a minor in Music Technology. She grew up in East Brunswick, New Jersey and graduated from East Brunswick High School. On campus, she helps coordinate the technological aspects of events and recitals in the music department through her job with the recording booth crew.
Kirby Leitz, a sophomore music education with an emphasis in saxophone and a performance grant in piano. He grew up in Richboro, Pennsylvania and graduated from Council Rock High School South. On campus, he performs in numerous ensembles and is a member of the National Association for Music Education as well as Phi Mu Alpha.
Sonatine Sportive Alexander Tcherepnin
II. Mi Temps (1899-1977)
Chants d’Auvergne Joseph Canteloube
arr. Yasuhide Ito
The Ancient Poem in Asuka Tetsunosuke Kushida
I. The gentle winds at Asuka – That ﬂattered the ladies’ sleeves
Those breezes blow in vain – Now that the court is far removed –
II. In the garden of spring – The peach blossoms rosily
grow – And on the ﬂower-lit path beneath – Lo! A maiden walking!
IV. Tonight the autumn moon shines – The moon that
shone a year ago – But my wife and I who watched
together – Are divided by the everwidening wastes of time
Quatour pour Saxophones Alfred Desenclos
II. Calmo – Andante (1912-1971)
O Omnes Vos Tómas Victoria
(1548 – 1611)