09.28.19 | EVENTIDE

Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 8 pm
Pickman Hall at the Longy School of Music
GOMPPER Kuta Muela III for flute, bassoon, piano and percussion
   Featuring Huya Ania, a film by Sheilah Britton
LARSON – Be Still My Soul for solo flute 
KOSHINSKI – Get it! for bassoon and percussion
MOZART – Serenade in C minor, K.388


Weaving together ancient and modern, David Gompper’s Kuta Muela, “old stick,” is based on a Native American melody and performed with a companion film, Huya Ania (The Wilderness World). The evening air in Vienna often carried “serenades” of woodwinds on the breeze. A popular genre, Mozart wrote more than a dozen during his lifetime. Here, a rare opportunity to hear one that isn’t Eine kleine Nachtmusik, in a minor key at that! Also on this program, Rhonda Larson’s Be Still My Soul, which finds its roots in a famous melody by Jean Sibelius. Percussionist Gary Koshinski's playful Get It! for bassoon and percussion kicks off the concert and the season.


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Pictured: David Gompper