Four Seasons Arts Virtual Concerts

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Four Seasons Arts is addressing our mutual need for connection through music and ensuring artists have opportunities to keep performing. And, they have an every-growing list of archived performances on their website.

For generations, Four Seasons Arts has been presenting classical music concerts in the Bay Area. Their commitment to reflect the total community has always created programs with a culturally, ethnically, and racially diverse roster of world-class performing artists. They are deeply committed to the local community bringing arts into the schools,  healing, and making performances accessible to audiences who would not otherwise be able to attend.

Four Seasons Arts currently has four archived concerts and one schedule to be released:

Stewart Goodyear—Pianist
Available to the Public on April 20th
Program: Bach, French Suite No. 5 in G major; Haydn, Sonata in E minor, No. 53, Hob. XVI/34; Mendelssohn/Rachmaninoff, Scherzo from Midsummer Night’s Dream; and his own Goodyear, Callaloo–World premiere of solo piano arrangement.

New Century Saxophone Quartet
Program: J.S. Bach, “Presto” from Italian Concerto, BWV 971; Guillermo Lago, Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) from Ciudades; Guillermo Lago, Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) from Ciudades; Barbara Kolb, Franciscan Chant; Jose Rioja, Veracruz!; Arr. Glen Haynes, My Lord What A Mornin’ Five Miles from Town; and Russell Peck: Drastic Measures.

Myriad Trio—Harp, Viola and Flute
Program: Ottorino Respighi, La Primavera from Trittico Botticelliano; Benjamin Britten, Lachrymae, Op. 48; Ottorino Respighi, L’Adorazione Dei Magi from Trittico Botticelliano; Jacque Ibert, Piece pour flute seule; Marcel Tournier, Vers la Source dans le Bois; Claude Debussy, Syrinx for solo flute, and Ottorino Respighi, La Nascita Di Venere from Trittico Botticelliano.

Nathan Chan & Michael Casimir—Cello and Viola
Program: Eye of the Tiger by 2 Cellos; Shostakovich, Prelude from “Five Pieces Duo”; Lutosławski, Bucolics for Viola and Cello; and Beethoven, Eyeglass Duo.

Hanzhi Wang—Accordion
Program: Johannes Sebastian Bach, Chaconne; Bach/Gounod, Ave Maria; Hans Werner Henze, 2 Pieces from the Dance Drama “The Mermaid; Georg Anton Benda, Sonata E-flat major; Katherine Balch, Impromptu for Hanzhi; Wolfgang A Mozart, Andante in F-Major; and Hanzhi Wang, My Story.

You can learn more about Four Season Arts on their website, and visit their concerts page for upcoming performances.

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