Shea Center for the Performing Arts
Thursdays at 12:30 P.M.
September 11 - JAZZ CONCERT
September 25 - SAMADHI, Music from India
SANHITA NANDI, North Indian classical vocalist ASHLEY BATHGATE cellist MICHAEL HARRISON, pianist and composer PAYTON MACDONALD, percussionist and composer NITIN MITTA, tabla drummer
Samadhi creates some of the most unique and beautiful music in the world. The quintet connects the great music of India and the West, respecting the deep classical traditions of both cultures while simultaneously exploring new territory. The ensemble takes its name from the ancient yogic concept of heightened consciousness. When one reaches Samadhi the mind becomes still and the spirit free.
October 2 - FREDERICK KATZENBERG, oboe & GARY KLEIN, piano
Mr. Katzenberg is a graduate of the Mannes College of Music, where he studied oboe with Lois Wann. Earlier, he studied with Dale Hunter at McGill University, and Lucien Debray of the Paris Opera, at l'Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris. Today's program is scheduled to include works by Robert Schumann, J. S. Bach and Manuel de Falla.
October 9 - GABRIEL ENSEMBLE
The Gabriel Chamber Ensemble from Pennsylvania, celebrating its 25th Anniversary will be joined by violinist Barbara Jaffe and William Paterson University alumnus and Ramapo College faculty member Itay Goren to perform Debussy's sensuous string quartet and César Franck's tumultuous Piano Quintet.
October 14 - UPTOWN FLUTES
Artists International Award-winning, dynamic, acclaimed virtuoso ensemble UpTown Flutes presents an ever-changing repertoire of music that is evocative, enchanting, always appealing, and makes full use of the rich tone colors of the flute family: piccolo, C flute, alto flute, and bass flute.
October 16 - JAZZ CONCERT
October 23 - FACULTY CHAMBER MUSIC RECITAL
MARSHA HELLER, oboe
KAREN DEMSEY, flute
ROBERT GRAY, bassoon
GARY KIRKPATRICK, piano
Distinguished musicians on the faculty of William Paterson University perform works for double reeds, flute and piano by Joseph Bodin de Boismortier, Georg Phillipp Telemann and Francis Poulenc.
October 28 (Tuesday) - JAZZ RECITAL
October 30 - MARIO PRISUELOS, pianist (Spain) - RECITAL AND MASTER CLASS
"Estampes" – images and sounds
Spanish pianist, Mario Prisuelos, presents a unique listening experience inspired by Claude Debussy's Estampes. More "images" are revealed in György Ligeti's Musica Ricercata and El amor y la muerte by Enrique Granados. Mr. Prisuelos will host a piano master class at 2:00 pm.