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When tutor Dr. Joseph Hattrup sought students to perform at the March 13 Schubertiade on the California campus, he received so many responses that it proved necessary to hold two Schubertiades this spring. The second of these informal concerts took place on Sunday, March 27, in St. Cecilia Hall. In the video above, Justas Maknickas (’24) performs Chopin’s Nocturne in E-Flat Major.

Below is the program from the concert, followed by some photos:

  • “Duetto,” Op. 38 No. 6, Felix Mendelssohn
    Performed by Rebekah Kasak (’24)
  • Polonaise in G minor – posthumous, Frederic Chopin
    Performed by Therese Evich (’21)
  • The Swan (From the Carnival of the Animals), Camille Saint-Saens
    Performed Georgia Snethun (’23) and Justas Maknickas (’24)
  • “But who may abide the Day of His Coming” (from the Messiah), George Frederick Handel
    Performed by Peter Lucas (’22)
    Accompanied by Ambrose Terneus (’24)
  • Impromptu, Op 90 No. 4 in A-flat Major, Franz Schubert
    Performed by Catharine Sweeney (’23)
  • Nocturne in E-Flat Major, Frederic Chopin
    Performed by Justas Maknickas (’24)
  • “Kitten on the Keys,” Zez Confrey
    Performed by Domenic Richard (’22)
  • Serenade No. 1 in D minor, Op. 3, 1st Two Movements, Joseph Greene
    Violin – Isabel Baer (’23), Luke Hernandez (’23)
    Cello – Georgia Snethun (’23)
    Piano – Catharine Sweeney (’23)
    French Horn – Garin Ballard (’21)
    Flute – Sophie Cummings (’23)

 

Photos
  • A student plays the piano
  • A student plays the piano
  • Students play the piano and the cello
  • A student sings while accompanied by another at the piano
  • A student plays the piano
  • A student plays the piano
  • A student plays the piano
  • Students play instruments