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(program notes given from the stage)
Program 1: Freedom of Expression
November 11, 2018 2pm Watch on facebook live
Marie Schwartz- flute
Christine Pascual-Fernandez- clarinet
Myrna Meeroff- horn
Overture to the Marriage of Figaro W.A. Mozart (1756-1791)
Idylls after Goethe, op. 28 Edward Macdowll (1860-1908)
- In the woods
- Flute Idyl
- The Bluebell
Finlandia Jean Sibelius (1865-1957)
Ave Maria Rebecca Clarke (1886-1979)
The Gift Frederic Glesser (b. 1956)
Capriccio Espagnol Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844-1908)
- Scena e canto gitano
- Fandango asturiano
Announcing Season 8: Changing our World
Miramar Cultural Center, 2400 Civic Center Place Miramar, FL 33025
$25 Adults/ $20 students and seniors/ Free for children 12 and under
Program 1: Freedom of Expression
This program presents three composers whose music was an expression of their views, even when it was not in line with the views of their compatriots. Works include Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro Overture, Goethe Idylls by American composer Edward Macdowell, Sibelius’ Finlandia , Rebecca Clarke’s Ave Maria, and Rimsky-Korsakov’s Capriccio Espagnol, and the world premier of Frederic Glesser’s The Gift
Sunday, November 11, 2018 2pm
Program 2: Income Inequality
Our annual Spirit of Giving holiday program is about poverty and features music and lyrics by English composers and writers. Works include Dicken’s A Christmas Carol by Alec Rowley, Holst’s St. Paul’s Suite, Elgar’s Light of Life, Samuel Coleridge Taylor’s African Suite and How do I Love thee by Maude White
Sunday, December 23, 2018 2pm
Program 3: Black Lives Matter
This program features the first of our world premieres by African American local composer Marie Douglas. Her first project as part of the SFCE Emerging Artist Coalition is a work about Trayvon Martin. Other works include Dvorak’s Ninth Symphony which was inspired by African American spirituals and From the Southland by Dvorak’s protegée, African American composer Harry Burleigh.
Saturday, February 2, 2019 2pm
Program 4: Women’s Rights
Emerging Artist Coalition composer Elizabeth Schwartz headlines this program with her new work Scream, which contains a white noise effect created by layering stories submitted by local women who were victims of violence against women and works by female suffragists Elfrida Andree and Ethel Smyth.
Saturday, March 16, 2019 2pm
Program 5: Climate Change
This program celebrates mothers who held their families together during the recent natural disasters in the US, Mexico, Japan and Puerto Rico. Guest artist Nestor Torres joins the SFCE with music by American composer Frank Ticheli’s Earth Song, Consuelo Velazquez’s Besame Mucho, Michio Miyagi’s Haru no Umi, and Beethoven’s 6th Symphony, part of the Beethoven Pastorale Project, a global initiative about the Paris Climate Agreement.
Saturday, May 11, 2019 7pm Sunshine Cathedral, Fort Lauderdale
The South Florida Chamber Ensemble announces its newest initiative, the Emerging Artist Coalition. The goal of this project is to bring peace, prosperity and beauty to the world through the works of emerging artists. We invite emerging artists of all genres to send us their stories and work samples. Through the Coalition we will provide emerging artists with mentors, funding opportunities, creative collaborations, and a support network to give a loud voice to the incredible but yet unknown artists of this world. Submit your stories and samples to email@example.com or tweet us @sfcemusic.
Collaborating composer submission boxes are open. Please send us your refugee stories and/or your stories of #MeToo to be included in Season 8: Changing our World. Click here to submit your story: http://sfcemusic.com/?page_id=151
Congratulations to our own Myrna Meeroff who was named a finalist for the fifth year in a row for ArtsEd Forever Broward Teaching Artist of the Year.
The South Florida Chamber Ensemble receives a grant from FAB!(Funding Arts Broward) for our eighth season, Changing Our World. Executive Director Myrna Meeroff accepts the award on Tuesday, May 1, 2018.