|Composer:||Handel, Kallor, Martinu, Chausson, Ravel|
|Instrument:||Mezzo-soprano, flute, cello, piano|
|Period:||Baroque, Romantic, modern, contemporary|
Explore songs for mezzo-soprano and works featuring flute, cello and piano, highlighted by Greg Kallor's expressive Exhilaration, comprising nine Emily Dickinson poems transformed into song, exotic songs by Ravel and a lyrical instrumental work by Chausson, juxtaposed with a Handel sonata and an energetic trio by Martinů.
Stacy Eckert, mezzo-soprano • Susan Levitin, flute • Steven Sigurdson, cello • Gerald Rizzer, piano
Handel Sonata in C Major, for flute, cello and piano
Kallor Exhilaration (2007), for mezzo-soprano and piano
Winner: Discover America VII competition
Martinů Trio (1944), for flute, cello and piano
Chausson Pièce, op. 39, for cello and piano
Ravel Chansons Madécasses (1926), for mezzo-soprano, flute, cello and piano
Free reception begins 30 minutes before the concert.