NSO Prelude Concert
Apr
21
6:00 PM18:00

NSO Prelude Concert

Members of the National Symphony Orchestra, Kennedy Center Opera and President's Own Marine Band join for a program of Ravel and Klughardt, with a finale of Francis Poulenc's iconic work for piano and woodwind quintet, Sextet.

Leah Arsenault, Flute                                                                                                                  Jamie Roberts, Oboe                                                                                                                 Kristin King, Clarinet                                                                                                                     Samuel Blair, Bassoon                                                                                                                      Robert Rearden, Horn
Jamila Tekalli, Piano

Le Tombeau de Couperin, Maurice Ravel (transcribed by Mason Jones)                          Prelude                                                                                                                                   Fugue                                                                                                                                   Menuet                                                                                                                              Rigaudon

Quintett op. 79, August Klughardt                                                                                         Allegro non troppo                                                                                                               Allegro vivace                                                                                                                     Andante grazioso                                                                                                                Adagio, Allegro molto vivace

Sextet, Francis Poulenc                                                                                                        Allegro vivace                                                                                                             Divertissement                                                                                                                       Finale

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NSO Chamber at the National Institute of Health
Mar
22
1:30 PM13:30

NSO Chamber at the National Institute of Health

Members of the National Symphony Orchestra, Kennedy Center Opera and President's Own Marine Band join for a program of Ravel and Klughardt, with a finale of Francis Poulenc's iconic work for piano and woodwind quintet, Sextet.

Leah Arsenault, Flute                                                                                                                  Jamie Roberts, Oboe                                                                                                                 Kristin King, Clarinet                                                                                                                     Samuel Blair, Bassoon                                                                                                                      Robert Rearden, Horn
Jamila Tekalli, Piano

Le Tombeau de Couperin, Maurice Ravel (transcribed by Mason Jones)                          Prelude                                                                                                                                   Fugue                                                                                                                                   Menuet                                                                                                                              Rigaudon

Quintett op. 79, August Klughardt                                                                                         Allegro non troppo                                                                                                               Allegro vivace                                                                                                                     Andante grazioso                                                                                                                Adagio, Allegro molto vivace

Sextet, Francis Poulenc                                                                                                        Allegro vivace                                                                                                             Divertissement                                                                                                                       Finale

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Jan
30
7:00 PM19:00

NSO at Mount Vernon

  • Robert H. and Clarice Smith Auditorium at Mount Vernon (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Members of the National Symphony Orchestra—Jamie Roberts (oboe), Mahoko Eguchi (viola), and Jamila Tekalli (piano)—play chamber works by Loeffler and others.

Jamie Roberts, oboe
Mahoko Eguchi, viola
Jamila Tekalli, piano

Robert Kahn, Serenade in F minor for Oboe, Viola, and Piano

Max Bruch, Romanaze in F Major op. 85 for Viola and Piano

Maurice Ravel, Sonatine - 1st movement, Modéré, arranged for Oboe and Piano

Claude Debussy, Images, Book 1 - iii. Mouvement

Charles Martin Loeffler, Two Rhapsodies for Oboe, Viola, and Piano L'étang,Lacornemus

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NSO Prelude Concert
Jan
27
6:00 PM18:00

NSO Prelude Concert

  • Millenium Stage - Kennedy Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Members of the National Symphony Orchestra—Jamie Roberts (oboe), Mahoko Eguchi (viola), and Jamila Tekalli (piano)—play chamber works by Loeffler and others.

Robert Kahn, Serenade in F minor for Oboe, Viola, and Piano

Max Bruch, Romanaze in F Major op. 85 for Viola and Piano

Maurice Ravel, Sonatine - 1st movement, Modéré, arranged for Oboe and Piano

Claude Debussy, Images, Book 1 - iii. Mouvement

Charles Martin Loeffler, Two Rhapsodies for Oboe, Viola, and Piano L'étang,Lacornemus

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Camp Encore Coda
Jun
25
to Aug 13

Camp Encore Coda

Jamila returns to beautiful Sweden, Maine for the 2017 summer, working with young musicians from around the U.S. and abroad, teaching privately, leading masterclasses, and performing solo and chamber.

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Blue Bamboo Center of the Arts
Jun
22
8:00 PM20:00

Blue Bamboo Center of the Arts

Jamila Tekalli performs in the beautiful Blue Bamboo Center, a solo piano journey through Schubert's poetic lyricism, Ginastera's bombastic Piano Sonata, through the evocative modern works of Saad Haddad "Shifting Sands" for piano and electronics, John Adams "American Berserk" and more..

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Miami Piano Circle presents GALT
May
13
8:00 PM20:00

Miami Piano Circle presents GALT

Miami Piano Circle will premiere GALT at the New World Center May 13, 2017 at 8:00 PM. GALT, composed by Peter J. Learn, is inspired by the Ayn Rand 1957 novel Atlas Shrugged and written in the unusual format of an ‘orchestra’ of ten pianos and two percussionists playing simultaneously, complemented with panoramic video and imagery, taking you on a stunning musical and visual journey. Experience the heroism of GALT portrayed by powerful music. 

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Odeon Chamber Series
Apr
30
7:00 PM19:00

Odeon Chamber Series

Tekalli Duo returns to the Odeon Chamber Series, from Mozart to Ismail, also featuring world premieres of original Tekalli Duo transcriptions. 

Sonata K. 526 in A major W.A. Mozart

Violin Sonata Edward Elgar

Violin Sonata Claude Debussy

Jhula Jhule Reena Ismail

Tzigane Maurice Ravel

 

 

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Woodbridge Music Series
Apr
29
7:00 PM19:00

Woodbridge Music Series

Tekalli Duo returns to the Woodbridge Chamber Series, featuring world premieres of original Tekalli Duo transcriptions. and the world premiere performance of the violin-piano work by composer Robert Shuffett.

Sonata K. 526 in A major W.A. Mozart

Violin Sonata Edward Elgar

Violin Sonata Claude Debussy

Tzigane Maurice Ravel

Theme and Reflections on a Modal Theme - Robert Shuffett

 

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May
7
12:00 PM12:00

Ensemble AMF Marathon Concert

Featuring a dozen ensembles performing three and a half hours of music almost exclusively by living composers, the event seeks to highlight the work of new and established groups dedicated to new music. Groups like New Score Chamber Orchestra, the Hippocrene Saxophone Ensemble, and UCF Collide Ensemble have been performing in Orlando for half a decade, while others have formed more recently or will make their debut at Marathon AMF.

Composers represented on the program include names like Philip Glass, Steve Reich, Gyorgy Ligeti, and esteemed local composers like Benoit Glazer, Charles Griffin, and David McDonald.

Each group will perform roughly twenty to twenty five minutes of music. Between sets there will be interviews with the artists and other contributors to Orlando's contemporary classical scene, including concert presenters, radio and podcast hosts, and writers. The short sets and Timucua's BYOB/potluck tradition will allow for people to meet, share, and learn about new projects. Stay for the whole day or just a couple of performances.

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Dec
4
8:00 PM20:00

Ensemble AMF

This concert will feature Eric Jacobsen of Brooklyn Rider and Director of the Orlando Philharmonic. The Ensemble members also include Brandon Miller, Jamila Tekalli, Christopher Belt, and Beatriz Ramirez. The concert will honor Accidental Music Festival co-founder John Alvarez who died in 2014.

  • 2 x 5 Steve Reich
  • Lick Julia Wolfe
  • Low Quartet Michael Gordon
  • TBD John Alvarez

For tickets and info: http://www.accidentalmusicfestival.com

 

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