Sunday, April 8, 2pm
Works: David Stock, Barukh Liftman, Carol Barnett, Diane Benjamin, Miriam Gerberg, Shelley Hanson
Performers: Judith Eisner, violin - Helen Foli, violin - Stella Anderson, violin - Angie Paulson, mezzo-soprano - Beth Altof, soprano
Suggested donation: $15
Contact: Cantor Rachel Stock Spilker firstname.lastname@example.org
- Wednesday, March 28, 2018
- 7:30 PM 8:30 PM
- Kresge Theatre (map)
Carpe Diem plays David Stock's String Quartet No. 13 (Dedicated to them)
Jeffrey Nytch Seize the Sun (Fantasy on Icarus)
David Stock String Quartet No. 13
(Dedicated to the Carpe Diem String Quartet)
Reza Vali Raak (Calligraphy No. 15)
$20 Regular Admission
$15 Senior Citizen (65+) Admission
$10 Student Admission (with valid ID)
Free for Carnegie Mellon University School of Music students, faculty and staff (with valid ID).
On Wednesday, February 7 at 8:00 pm, Mercyhurst voice teacher Katherine Soroka and visiting pianist Nathan Carterette bring a cornucopia of Cupid’s songs to Walker Recital Hall. Three centuries of love songs by Rossini, Mahler, Meyerbeer, Tchaikovsky, Medtner, Stock, Shatin, Gershwin, and Rodgers and Hart present the ecstasies and woes of love, with poetry ranging from Alexander Pushkin to Robert Frost. They speak to the joy of exultant young love, balm of friendship, agony of betrayal, ache of loss, bliss of liberation from the world, peace of resolved tempest-torn love, and comfort of a lullaby.
Noted pianist Nathan Carterette will bring his keyboard pyrotechnics to both this collaboration and to a solo piano work by Nicolai Medtner.
There is free admission for this D’Angelo Faculty Artist Series concert, part of Sweet Sounds on the Hill.
PNME has just released a new Stock recording from a recording session in July 2017! Enjoy "Night"!
David Stock is a 2015 "Squirrel Hill Treasure"!Read More
Special Tribute Concert to honor David Stock at Chatham University on Nov 20, 2016.Read More
David Stock's "Two Yiddish Songs" performed by mezzo-soprano Katherine Soroka on May 20th, 2017.Read More