Decatur Cello Recital: From Books 1-8

Decatur Cello Recital: From Books 1-8

King's Bridge Retirement Center (map)

Join Jean Gay as she presents pieces from Suzuki Cello Books 1-8.  This 40-minute concert is an opportunity to see the progression of skill, composition, and musicianship within the Suzuki literature and is tailored for younger audiences in length (35 minutes) and choice of repertoire.  This year we will as also present a special 'encore' piece outside of the Suzuki repertoire that is well known and loved by kids of all ages.  Free to attend - concert starts right at 2:00.

Cello Recital: From Books 1-8

Cello Recital: From Books 1-8

NATE (map)

Join NATE faculty members Jean Gay and Amanda Brown as they present pieces from Suzuki Cello Books 1-8.  This 40-minute concert is an opportunity to see the progression of skill, composition, and musicianship present in the Suzuki literature and is tailored for younger audiences in length (35 minutes) and choice of repertoire.  This year we will as also present a special 'encore' piece outside of the Suzuki repertoire that is well known and loved by kids of all ages.  Free to attend - concert starts right at 1:00, doors open 15 minutes in advance.

SoundNow Festival with Atlanta Chamber Players

SoundNow Festival with Atlanta Chamber Players

Kopleff Recital Hall (map)

This SoundNow program features works by composers based in the southeast, including Martha Bishop's solo cello work "Desert Gloom, Desert Radiance."  Jean will perform this work for solo cello on the first half of the concert along with works for other solo instruments.

Additionally the Atlanta Chamber Players will deliver a unique chamber music experience as part of this concert. The ACP’s half of the program will feature the World Premiere of Peter Van Zandt Lane’s Piano Quartet, commissioned by the ACP. Lane was the Southeast National Finalist of the Rapido! Take Four!! Composition Contest.

This concert is free and open to all.