STEPHANIE JUTT AND JEFFREY SYKES - ARTISTIC DIRECTORS

GUILTY AS CHARGED | 2015 PROGRAM

WEEK 1 June 12, 13, 14
Concerts in Madison and Spring Green

Stephanie Jutt, flute
Jeffrey Sykes, piano – Sponsored by Ellen White, in memory of Barbara Ekholm
Katarzyna Bryla, violin
Parry Karp, cello – Sponsored by Sue Cleary Koch
Timothy Jones, bass-baritone – Sponsored by Thomas Terry
Emily Birsan, soprano – Sponsored by Barbara Johnson
Thomas Kasdorf, piano – Sponsored by Tim Teitelbaum, in memory of Susan Horwitz


STOLEN MOMENTS

Johann Sebastian Bach: Arias and Duets – Sponsored by Carla & Dick Love Felix
Mendelssohn: Cello Sonata in D Major, op. 58
Gian Carlo Menotti: “Steal Me” from The Old Maid and the Thief
Franz Joseph Haydn: Divertimento in G Major, Hob. IV: 7 – Sponsored by Barbara Johnson
Ludwig van Beethoven: Scottish and Irish Folk Songs and Duets

Friday, June 12, 7:30 PM
  The Playhouse, Overture Center, Madison
Sunday, June 14, 2:30 PM
  Hillside Theater, Taliesin, Spring Green


ROB THE CRADLE

Dick Kattenburg: Sonata for flute and piano
Dmitri Shostakovich: Seven Romances on Poems of Alexander Blok, op. 127
Modest Mussorgsky: Songs and Dances of Death
Louise Farrenc: Trio in E minor, op. 45

Saturday, June 13, 7:30 PM
  The Playhouse, Overture Center, Madison
Sunday, June 14, 6:30 PM
  Hillside Theater, Taliesin, Spring Green


WEEK 2 June 19, 20, 21
Concerts in Madison, Stoughton, and Spring Green

Stephanie Jutt, flute
Jeffrey Sykes, piano – Sponsored by Ellen White, in memory of Barbara Ekholm
Axel Strauss, violin – Sponsored by James Dahlberg & Elsebet Lund
Jean-Michel Fonteneau, cello – Sponsored by Dan & Karen Baumann
Alan Kay, clarinet – Sponsored by Vicki & Jerry Stewart and Katherine Naherny & Roger Ganser
Thomas Kasdorf, piano – Sponsored by Anne & Peter Wadsack


HONOR AMONG THIEVES

Johann Sebastian Bach: Trio Sonata in G Major, BWV 1038
John Harbison: Songs America Loves to Sing
Ludwig van Beethoven: Trio in E-flat Major, op. 38, arranged from the Septet, op. 20

Friday, June 19, 7:30 PM
  Stoughton Opera House
Sunday, June 21, 2:30 PM
  Hillside Theater, Taliesin, Spring Green


BREAKING AND ENTERING

Florent Schmitt: Sonatine en trio, op. 85 – Sponsored by Jane & David Villa
Paul Schoenfield: Country Fiddle Pieces – Sponsored by Martha & Charles Casey
Paul Desenne: Haydn Tuyero, Chicharras, Galeones – Sponsored by Jane Blumenfeld & Willow Harth
Johannes Brahms: Piano Trio in B Major, op. 8 – Sponsored by Jacob Stockinger, in memory of Judy Schwaemle

Saturday, June 20, 7:30 PM
  The Playhouse, Overture Center, Madison
Sunday, June 21, 6:30 PM
  Hillside Theater, Taliesin, Spring Green


WEEK 3 June 26, 27, 28
Concerts in Stoughton, Madison, and Spring Green

Stephanie Jutt, flute
Jeffrey Sykes, piano – Sponsored by Ellen White, in memory of Barbara Ekholm
Romie de Guise-Langloise, clarinet
Orlando Pimentel, clarinet
Cynthia Cameron-Fix, bassoon
Richard Todd, horn
Carmit Zori, violin – Sponsored by Daphne Webb
Hye-Jin Kim, violin
Ara Gregorian, viola – Sponsored by the family of John Stoelting, in loving memory
Katja Linfield, cello
Zachary Cohen, bass


CROOKED BUSINESS

Johann Sebastian Bach: Sonata in B minor, BWV 1030 – Sponsored by Linda & Keith Clifford
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Concerto in C minor, K. 491 – Sponsored by Norma & Elliott Sober
Johannes Brahms: Serenade in D Major, op. 11, arr. Alan Boustead – Sponsored by Michael Bridgeman, in honor of Jack Holzhueter

Friday, June 26, 7:30 PM
  Stoughton Opera House
Sunday, June 28, 2:30 PM
  Hillside Theater, Taliesin, Spring Green


HIGHWAY ROBBERY

Claude Debussy: Première Rhapsodie – Sponsored by Tim Teitelbaum, in memory of Susan Horwitz
Kevin Puts: Seven Seascapes – Sponsored by Miriam Simmons & Jim Cain
Franz Peter Schubert: Octet in F Major, D. 803 – Sponsored by Larry Bechler & Patty Struck

Saturday, June 27, 7:30 PM
  The Playhouse, Overture Center, Madison
Sunday, June 28, 6:30 PM
  Hillside Theater, Taliesin, Spring Green

Violinist Paran Amirinazari, an avid chamber musician, is a founding member and artistic drector of the Willy Street Chamber Players. She is a former member of the Hunt String Quartet and has recently earned her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

A native of Madison, Wisconsin, cellist TRACE JOHNSON received his Bachelor of Music in cello performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music in 2012 and was recently awarded his Master of Music degree at the Lynn Conservatory in Boca Raton, Florida. As the first place winner in the conservatory's annual concerto competition, he performed the Brahms Double Concerto with the Lynn Philharmonia in 2014. Later that fall, he won first prize in the 2014 Lyric Chamber Society of New York's chamber competition, and in 2016 he performed in a New York debut concert with fellow Lynn Conservatory musicians at the Kosciuszko Foundation. For the past two summers, Mr. Johnson has appeared in both orchestral and chamber ensembles as a fellow with the Atlantic Music Festival. He has also participated in other summer festivals including the Meadowmount School of Music, Orford Centre d'Arts, and Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music. Mr. Johnson is currently working in a variety of performing ensembles in South Florida and is a section cellist with the Symphony of the Americas in Ft. Lauderdale. Mr. Johnson is a member of the BDDS Dynamite Factory, a program featuring young artists. (Website)

Bass-Baritone TIMOTHY JONES has performed in opera houses and with symphony orchestras in the U.S., Ecuador, Mexico, and the Czech Republic. He has appeared with the Cleveland Orchestra, Dallas Symphony, St. Petersburg Chamber Orchestra, San Antonio Symphony, and the Jacksonville Symphony. In opera houses he has performed leading roles in The Marriage of Figaro, Carmen, Die Zauberflöte, Così fan tutte, Don Giovanni, Don Pasquale, La Bohème, Falstaff, Macbeth, and La Traviata. He has been a frequent guest with the Victoria Bach Festival, New Texas Festival, Round Top Music Festival, Ars Lyrica Houston, Cactus Pear Music Festival, and the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble. As a committed performer of contemporary music, Mr. Jones has commissioned and premiered many compositions by leading composers of our time. He lives in Houston, where he serves on the faculty of the University of Houston. (Website)