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Saturday - Rhapsody - Rapsodia en Chapultepec - SF Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band - 9/22

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  • Heidi Beeler
    Piano virtuoso Daniel Glover performs Gershwin s “Rhapsody in Blue” as the centerpiece of Rhapsody/Rapsodia en Chapultepec, celebrating the rhythms of
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      Piano virtuoso Daniel Glover performs Gershwin's “Rhapsody in Blue” as the centerpiece of Rhapsody/Rapsodia en Chapultepec, celebrating the rhythms of Latin America & 88 keys waxing rhapsodic. Performed by the San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band!

      It's going to be a great concert!


      Check out:
      http://www.sflgfb.org/chapultepec.html


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      - Piano virtuoso Daniel Glover performs Gershwin's “Rhapsody in Blue” as the centerpiece of Rhapsody/Rapsodia en Chapultepec, celebrating the rhythms of Latin America & 88 keys waxing rhapsodic.

      The San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band Presents . . .
      Rhapsody - Rapsodia en Chapultepec

      Saturday, September 22nd
      8:00 PM

      - Dr. Roberto-Juan Gonzalez, Artistic Director
      - Daniel Glover, Piano Soloist

      Ebenezer Lutheran Church (www.herchurch.org)
      678 Portola Drive
      San Francisco
      (Ebenezer Lutheran Church, 678 Portola Drive,
      is located across from Mollie Stone's Tower Market,
      Near Twin Peaks, in San Francisco)


      Reception hosted by A Woman's Eye Gallery (www.AWEgallery.com)

      Admission Information - Free!
      Admision Gratis


      Program Overview -

      · George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue and Richard Addinsell's Warsaw Concerto, featuring piano virtuoso Daniel Glover.

      · Carlos Chávez's Canción de Adelita and Marcha Provinciana (a tribute to the Zacatecas March) from the Chapultepec Suite.

      · José Pablo Moncayo's famous orchestral composition, Huapango, variations on Mexican folk and dance music.

      · Jaime Texidor's lively paso doble Amparita Roca.

      · George Gershwin's Cuban Overture, a later work dominated by Caribbean rhythms and Cuban native percussion following a trip to Havana.

      · Aaron Copland's El Salon Mexico, based on Mexican folk songs and first performed by the Mexican Symphony Orchestra.


      About soloist Daniel Glover

      Mr. Glover's critically acclaimed 2005 world premiere performance of Eric Zeisl's Concerto in C major (1952) with the Saratoga Symphony was named one of the “Top 10 Best Classical Concerts in the Bay Area, 2005” by the San Jose Mercury News. He has performed in 22 countries throughout Europe, Asia, Canada, the Caribbean as well as 42 states in the US. He received his Master's degree at New York's Juilliard School and a Bachelor's degree from New York University.

      Glover has performed with members of the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, San Francisco Symphony and recently recorded the Mozart Concerto in C minor, K. 491 with the Szeged Philharmonic Orchestra in Hungary. He has served on the faculties of New York University, University of the Virgin Islands, University of San Francisco and Notre Dame de Namur University. Mr. Glover has recorded seven CDs for the DG 2 label, including the complete solo piano music by Ravel.

      More About the SF Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band -
      For more information, please visit the web site: http://www.sflgfb.org




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