Virtual Festival | Sharon Isbin & Ji Su Jung: Women in Music

July 2, 2020 | 7:30 pm America/Denver

The Festival spotlights women in music, including guest artists Sharon Isbin, whom Atlanta Journal has called “the Monet of the classical guitar,” and percussionist Ji Su Jung, a rising star and master of the marimba.

All virtual performances are pre-recorded and will be available on demand for a period of time after the virtual festival concludes. We are pleased to present these performances for free as a sign of gratitude to donors, subscribers, ticket buyers, and the community.

 

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ARTISTS

Peter Oundjian, Music Director
Sponsored by Caryl Fuchs Kassoy and David R. Kassoy

Colorado Music Festival Orchestra Members: Jeffrey Work, Eric Berlin, Derek Lockhart, trumpet; Catherine Turner, Ross Snyder, Megan Evans, horn; Donna Parkes, Michael Hosford, trombone; Bryan Heath, bass trombone; Carson McTeer, tuba; Peter Wilson, timpani; Joseph Petrasek, Gerald Scholl, percussion

Sharon Isbin, guitar

Ji Su Jung, marimba

Program

Colorado Music Festival Orchestra Members
Aaron Copland, Fanfare for the Common Man 

Sharon Isbin
Enrique Granados, Spanish Dance No. 5, “Andaluza”
Antonio Lauro, Waltz No. 3, “Natalia” 
Leo Brouwer, El Decameron Negro “Lovers fleeing through the Valley of the Echoes” 
Naomi Shemer, Jerusalem of Gold 
Agustín Barrios Mangoré, Waltz, Op. 8, No. 4 

Ji Su Jung
Howard Stevens, Rhythmic Caprice
Keith Jarrett, The Köln Concert (Part IIC) 

Colorado Music Festival Orchestra Members
John Philip Sousa, The Washington Post March
John Philip Sousa, The Stars and Stripes Forever

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