On Saturday, July 18, Bardavon Presents will stream the first Hudson Valley Philharmonic Virtual Concert Hall for free. The performance is curated by HVP Maestro Randall Craig Fleischer and will showcase favorite pieces performed by the talented HVP musicians.
As Bardavon is not sure when audiences will be able to gather together once again due to the Coronavirus pandemic, they are streaming virtual performances on YouTube for fans to enjoy from home. The HVP Virtual Concert Hall #1 will stream on July 18 at 8PM and will feature the following pieces along with commentary from Fleischer:
Reinhold Glière, 8 Pieces, Op.39, Scherzo, Performed by Madeline Fayette, Cello, and Abi Fayette, Violin
Reinhold Glière, 8 Pieces, Op.39, Berceuse, Performed by Madeline Fayette, Cello, and Abi Fayette, Violin
Gioachino Rossini, The Barber of Seville Overture, arr. for two flutes, Performed by Marcia Gates, Flute, and Jill Sokol, Flute
J.S. Bach, French Suite No. 2, Allemande, Performed by Elizabeth Handman, Viola
J.S. Bach, French Suite No. 2, Courande, Performed by Elizabeth Handman, Viola
Jay Ungar, Ashokan Farewell, Performed by Frances Duffy, Harp
Bela Bartok, Romanian Folk Dances, Allegro Moderato, Performed by Rachel Handman, Violin
Donna Doyle, “Cave of the Heart”, Performed by Gregory K. Williams, Viola
Gioachino Rossini, William Tell Overture, English Horn solo, Performed by Joel Evans, English Horn
Hatikva (trad.), Performed by Harvey Feldman, Bassoon
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