Marly Music Chamber Series: Pulse Chamber Music
Pulse Chamber Music
Margaret Donaghue Flavin, Clarinet/Recorders
Scott Flavin, Violin/Viola/Baroque Violin
Marina Radiushina, Piano
Trio Jean Françaix
Gulliver Suite for Recorder and Baroque Violin G. P. Telemann
Reverie der Lilliputaner, nebst ihren Aufweckern
Loure der gesitteten Houyhnhnms
Nouvelle suite de pices de clavecin Jean-Philippe Rameau
Trio Aram Khachaturian
Andante con dolore, con molt’ espressione (1903-1978)
Eight Pieces, Op. 83 Max Bruch
II Allegro con moto (1838-1920)
IV Allegro agitato
VII Allegro vivace, ma non troppo
Prelude No. 2 Gershwin/arr. Scott Flavin
Bridges (2010) Victoria Bond
Railroad Trestle Bridge, Galax, Virginia (b. 1945)
Stone Bridge Over a Reflecting Pool in Souzhou
Golden Gate Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge (I Got Rhythm Bridge)
Marly Music Chamber Series
Listening to music in the Marly Room has been a tradition since 1975 and is a wonderful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Before the concert and during intermission, you may want to browse through the Museum’s permanent collection in the original building or visit the Museum Store, Brunch at the MFA Café opens at 11 a.m.
Marly Music Society members, $15
Non-Marly Music Society members, $20
Tickets by Telephone: 727.896.2667, ext. 210
Tickets will be held at the Museum’s will call table on the day of the concert.
The Concert Series is funded in part by the estate of Mrs. Elvira Wolfe de Weil. The official media sponsor is the St. Petersburg Times.
We invite you to call the Membership Department at (727) 896-2667, ext. 245. You must be a member of the Museum in order to join this wonderful music support organization.
The Marly Music Society is chaired by Dr. Richard Eliason and co-chaired by Mrs. Lorraine (Demi) Rahall; Mrs. Joan Gessler, Mrs. Mary Alice McClendon, Mr. Richard Minck, and Dr. Karen White are committee members. Director Dr. Kent Lydecker is ex-officio of the committee, Vicki Sofranko is the Agent/Music Coordinator.