Chamber Innovista concert to unveil world premiere
The University of South Carolina’s School of Music will present the second concert in its “Chamber Innovista Series” 3 p.m. at 300 Senate St. Sunday, Feb. 14.
Tickets are $15 for adults or $50 for a subscription to all four concerts and $5 per concert for students.
Tayloe Harding, dean of the School of Music will premiere “Songs of Love (2010).” It contains two parts – “Paul to the Corinthians – Agape” and “Inmost Hearts – Romantic,” which was commissioned by Dr. William “Ted” Moore, vice president for finance and planning and a member of the Friends of the School of Music. Performing, will be Tina Stallard, soprano; Jessica Leeth, flute; and Christopher Berg, guitar.
Also on the program:
- "Dover Beach for Baritone and String Quartet, Op. 3" by Samuel Barber, performed by Jacob Will on baritone and the USC Graduate String Quartet;
- "The Summer Knows" (1971) by Michel Legrand (arr. by Bert Ligon);
- "Cabana Cubano" (2001) by Bert Ligon with Ligon on piano, William Terwilliger and Micah Gangwer on violin, Constance Gee on viola, Robert Jesselson on cello and Craig Butterfield on double bass.
The concert will end with “Terzetto for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano, Op. 22” by Theodore Lalliet, with Rebecca Nagel on oboe, Peter Kolkay on bassoon and Lynn Kompass on piano.
For more information on the “Chamber Innovista series,” call 803-777-4280.
- What: Second concert in the series to include two parts
- When: Sunday, Feb. 14, 3 p.m.
- Where: 300 Senate St.