2016 fresh inc festival Closing Concert Recordings
Bedford Concert Hall, University of Wisconsin-Parkside
Sunday, June 19, 2016

Will Myers – Dusty Pines
for violin, viola, cello and bass

Kevin Kerr – lost@see?
for oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon and bass clarinet

William Pearson – Mark J. Ralph
for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn

Joseph Tolonen – He Remembers
for string quartet

Lydia Dempsey – April Showers
for oboe, bassoon, trombone, horn and piano

David Flowers – Tangents
for violin, viola, cello, bass and piano

Rachel Matthews – The Pathless Woods
for violin, saxophone and piano

Matthew Kennedy – Textures and Lines
for flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano

 

2016 fresh inc festival Closing Concert Recordings
Bedford Concert Hall, University of Wisconsin-Parkside
Sunday, June 19, 2016

Stacy Garrop – Bohemian Café
for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn and bass

Quinn Jacobs – Voices You Never Hear
for violin, saxophone and piano

Patricia Wallinga – Opheliad
for piano and voice

Ralph Lewis – social pressures on the moon
for flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone and bassoon

Zachariah Thomas – Nocturne
for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn

Ayanna Woods – Major Key: a snap story
for flute, violin, viola and cello

Kyle Rotolo – Follies, Illusions & Fallacies
for flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, bass clarinet and bass

Qingye Wu – Carnival of the Mountain World
for four cellos

Zachary Green – what have you to do with serious things?
for voice, viola and piano

We got to sleep in a little bit before a late morning soundcheck for our final concert at UW-Parkside’s Bedford Concert Hall. After we had lunch, it was time for the big day!

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As always, we had an amazing time performing in this beautiful space. Will Pearson’s Mark J. Ralph made excellent use of the acoustics with some unique staging.

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After the performance, musicians and audience members got to mingle at our annual reception, and relax with some drinks and hors d’oeuvres.

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Before the final send-off, we got the entire group together to take photos in the concert hall. There were some serious ones, but we prefer the goofy ones.

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Most importantly, we took our annual pass-out photo in Bedford Hall.

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Thanks to all of our amazing participants! We can’t wait for next year!

Today was the first of two big performance days! We traveled to Chicago to perform our final concert at Roosevelt University’s Ganz Hall.

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The Rogue Trio performed a piece by Quinn Jacobs titled Voices You Never Hear.

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LUNA Voice & Piano Duo also got a couple of chances to shine at the Ganz Hall concert!

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Qingye Wu’s piece called for all four of our cellists. We had a wonderful first concert at Ganz Hall, and after a relatively late night it was time to head back on the bus to Kenosha for the second performance at UW-Parkside’s Bedford Hall!

Despite the heavy amount of rehearsals happening for the final concert, we did have a great workshop via Skype with floating heads of composers Hummie Mann and Austin Wintory.

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Hummie Mann’s focus has been in the film industry, having worked on scores and orchestrations with the likes of Mel Brooks and Peter Yates. He is also the creator of the Pacific Northwest Film Scoring program.

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Austin Wintory, a Fifth House collaborator and Grammy-nominated composer, is a leading force in video game music. He was able to offer his unique perspective on that industry as a complement to Hummie’s.

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We spent the rest of the night running through both final concerts, including program order, set up and staging.