Coming Up on November 20, 2019

A Concert of American Music

10 AM

First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin, 4700 Grover


Salute to the Armed Forces: The U.S. Air Force, The Army Goes Rolling Along, Anchors Aweigh, The Marine Corps Hymn, and Coast Guard Marching Song, followed by God Bless America by Irving Berlin all led by Carol Dewar and accompanied by Carolyn McColloch, pianist

Let Me Grow Lovely, words by Karle Wilson Baker and music by Carlie Burdett (1946-2019) ; Waiting for the Dawn, words and music by Carlie Burdett. Both are performed by Carla Johnson, soprano, and Carolyn McColloch, pianist

My November Guest by Robert Frost read by Marcia Edwards

Three Poems by Robert Frost: Tree at My Window, Acquainted with the Night, Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening composed by Carlie Burdett (1946-2019) and performed by Russell Gregory, baritone, and Carolyn McColloch, pianist

Deeper Than the Holler by Paul Overstreet and Don Schlitz, arranged by Michael Crosa; When you Believe by Steven Schwartz, arranged by Brian Routson; and The Parting Glass composed by Michael Crosa from a traditional Irish song. All are performed by the Jollyville Brass Quintet, a guest ensemble, whose members are Michael Crosa, director and percussionist, Brian Routson, French hornist, Brian Green and Jonathan Thompson, trombonists, Chris Sokol and Daniel Najera, trumpeters

Go Away from My Window, traditional, and The Water is Wide by Ruth Elaine Schram performed by Carol Dewar, soprano, and Marcia Edwards, pianist

Adagio Peace Medley arranged by Carlie Burdett and performed by Isabelle Lipovski, pianist

Coming Up on November 6, 2019

A Concert of Chamber Music

10 AM

First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin, 4700 Grover


Sonata in F Major,K. 332, Allegro by W. A. Mozart performed by Felicity Coltman, pianist

Suite sur des Chants bretons by Jean Hure performed by Maimy Fong, guest pianist, Javier Chaparro, guest violinist, and Jonathan Carbin, guest cellist

Slavonic Dance, op 72, no. 7 in C Major and no. 8 in A-flat Major by Antonin Dvorak performed by Betty Mallard and Angelica Lopez, pianists

Serenade for String Trio, op 10, I. Marcia, II. Romanza, V. Rondo by Ernst von Dohnanyi performed by Rachel May, violinist, Terri Freeland, cellist, and Caiti Coughlan, guest violist

String Quintet in F Major, WAB 112, Adagio by Anton Bruckner performed by Hector Moreno, guest cellist, Karli Leal and Haley Clinton, guest violists, Christabel Lin and Justin Gortva Scheibel, guest violinists

Coming Up on October 16, 2019

A concert of

International Music

10 AM

First Unitarian Universalist Church, 4700 Grover


Ballade for Flute and Piano by Phillipe Gaubert performed by Sheryl Goodnight, flutist and Stephen Burnaman, guest pianist

Spanish Dance, op 12, no 2 by Maurice Moszkowski performed by Katie Kerwin, violinist, Virginia Raleigh, cellist, and Gay Bullard, guest pianist

Sonata in E-flat Major for Flute and Clavier, BWV 1031 (I. Allegro Moderato, II. Siciliano) by J. S. Bach performed by Pat Yingst, flutist, and Carolyn McColloch, pianist

Cuban Dances (La celosa, Improvisada, Invitación, Lejos de ti, Adiós a Cuba) by Ignacio Cervantes performed by Kathryn Govier, pianist

Petite Suite (I. En Bateau, II. Cortege, III. Ballet) by Claude Debussy performed by Brian Grothues, pianist and Margarito Morales, guest pianist

Prelude and Fugue in D Major, op. 87, no. 5 by D. Shostakovich and Dumka, op. 59 by P. Tchaikovsky performed by Timothy Woolsey, pianist

District VI Fall Conference Delegate Report

Coming Up On Oct. 4, 2019

2019 Fall Luncheon

Austin Woman’s Club Building

Friday, October 4, 2019, 11:00 a.m


Ronald Ulen, Baritone; Liz Cass, Armstrong Community Music School Director; and Brenda Ford, TFMC President

Musical Program

Bella siccome un angelo from “Don Pasquale” by Gaetano Donizetti

Widmung by Robert Schumann, Verborgenheit by Hugo Wolf, and Allerseelen by Richard Strauss

Warm as the Autumn Light from “The Ballad of Baby Doe” by Douglas Moore

Poème d’un jour by Gabriel Faure

If Ever I Would Leave You from “Camelot” by Lerner and Loewe

Ride On, King Jesus by Hall Johnson

Ronald Ulen, Guest Baritone and Hyunjin Wang, Guest Pianist

Winners of the 2019 WMMC High School Competition

WMMC is proud of our 2019 finalists

Casey Boyer, violist

Katelyn Rodrigues, mezzo-soprano

Kellen Cao, pianist

Sophia Ayer, violinist

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Winner of first place in the Maurer Contest is violist Casey Boyer, student of Sara Driver.  Casey just graduated from Regents High School, and will study viola performance in the Butler School of Music at U.T. Austin next year.

The recipient of the Putter Award for second place in the Maurer Contest for high school seniors is mezzo-soprano Katelyn Rodrigues, who studies with Liz Cass, winner of a Fielder Grant in 2007.   Katelyn just graduated from Regents High School and will attend Princeton University next year, where she will major in Computer Science, and plans to earn Performance Certificates in Voice and Violin.

Kellen Cao, pianist, is the first place winner in the Wilcox Contest, and also the winner of the Rudd Supplemental Award.   He will enter the 10th grade at Cedar Park High School, and studies with Dr. Susan Groves. 

Sophia Amalia Ayer won second place in the Wilcox Contest for ninth through eleventh graders.   She will be a senior at University of Texas High School, and studies violin with Pasha Sabouri. 

Coming Up on May 15, 2019

Spring Luncheon

Austin Woman’s Club Bldg, 708 San Antonio at 8th

11 AM

Luncheon Performers

Winners of the Wilcox, Maurer, Putter and Rudd Awards for High School Musicians

Sophia Amalia Ayer, violinist, will play “Andante an Allegro” from J.S. Bach’s Violin Sonata No 2 in A Minor

Kellen Cao, pianist, will play La Campanella by Franz Liszt

Katelyn Rodrigues, mezzo soprano, with Keenan Boswell, pianist, will perform pieces to be announced at the luncheon

Casey Boyer, violist, with Sheryl Stack, pianist, will perform the first movement of Cecil Forsyth’s Concerto for Viola in G minor

Coming Up On May 1, 2019

A Concert Celebrating National Music Week

10 AM Triumphant Love Lutheran Church, 9508 Great Hills Trail, Austin, TX 78759


Allegro, Larghetto, and Rondo fromDivertimento No. 226″ by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed by the Austin Bella Corda, Guest Guitar Ensemble, Keven Taylor, director

Somewhere from “West Side Story” by Leonard Bernstein performed by Billy Corsbie, tenor, and Gay Bullard, pianist

Valse from “Six Morceaux, Op. 11” by Sergei Rachmaninoff performed by Katheryn Govier and Marcia Edwards, pianists

I Hate Music from “A Song Cycle of Five Kid Songs for Soprano” By Leonard Bernstein performed by Katharine Shields, soprano, and Brian Grothues, pianist

Andante and Scherzo from “Sonata in D Major for Flute and Piano, Op. 94” by Sergei Prokofiev performed by Pat Yingst, flutist, and Brian Grothues, pianist

Allegro non troppo from “Piano Quartet No. 3 in C Minor, Op 60” by Johannes Brahms performed by Rachel May, violinist, Caiti Coughlan, guest violist, Terri Freeland, cellist, and Felicity Coltman, pianist

Coming Up on April 17, 2019

A Concert Dedicated to Opera
10 AM
Triumphant Love Lutheran Church
9508 Great Hills Trail


“L’amerò, sarò costante’ from Il Re Pastoreby W. A. Mozart performed by Katherine Shields, soprano, Gregory Shields, violinist, and Gena Tabery, pianist

“Adele’s Laughing Song” from Die Fledermausby Johann Strauss, Jr. performed by Elise Ragland, soprano, and Maxine Gomes, pianist 

Coming Up on April 3, 2019

10 AM
Triumphant Love Lutheran Church
9508 Great Hills Trail


“When the Saints Go Marching In”, Traditional,
“I Whistle a Happy Tune” by Rodgers and Hammerstein,
“Forgotten Dreams” by Leroy Anderson,
“Up, Up and Away” by Jimmy Webb and
“Thanks for the Memory” by Leo Robin and Ralph Ranger performed by the Silver Strings Orchestra, Catherine van Zanten, director

“Nobody Makes a Pass at Me” from Pins and Needles by Harold Rome performed by Fran Rush, alto, and Greta Gutman, pianist

“I Can Cook Too” from On the Town by Leonard Bernstein performed by Suzy Gallagher, soprano, and Greta Gutman, pianist

“To a Tea” by Linda Mae Dennis performed by Marcia Edwards and Sarah Harriman, speakers

An Irving Berlin’s Love Story:
“When I Lost You”, “What’ll I do”, “Always”, and “Blue Skies” by Irving Berlin performed by Charles Palmer, baritone, and Kathryn Govier, pianist

A Great Stroll Down Memory Lane:
A puppet performance of Frank Sinatra singing “Young at Heart” with an original recording and moving puppets performed by the Small Wonders Puppet Theater, Joan Klasson, guest Artistic Director

Coming Up on March 20, 2019

A Musical Melange
10 AM

Triumphant Love Lutheran Church
9508 Great Hills Trail


For HGC – Echo from Haydn’s Creation by Leonard Bernstein performed by Elizabeth Lerner, speaker

Fantasia #2 in a-minor by Georg Philipp Telemann and Syrinx for Solo Flute by Claude Debussy performed by Sheryl Goodnight, flutist

Several songs (titles TBA) by Elise Ragland, soprano, and Maxine Gomes, pianist

Romance I and Romance II from “Three Romances for Oboe and Piano, Op. 94” by Robert Schumann performed by Pat Yingst, flutist, and Carolyn McColloch, pianist

Grazioso and Andantino-Vivace e leggiero from “Sonata for Clarinet and Piano” by Leonard Bernstein performed by Martha MacDonald, clarinetist, and Felicity Coltman, pianist

Waltz in A-flat Major, op 69, no. 1 and Waltz in E Minor, op. posthumous by Frederic Chopin performed by Isabelle Lipovski, pianist

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