Oboist Geralyn Giovannetti Performs at BYU with Pianist Jed Moss and Bassoonist Christian Smith

October 10, 2009
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BYU School of Music Professor and Associate Director Geralyn Giovannetti gave a faculty oboe recital at Madsen Recital Hall at Brigham Young University on September 29th. Accompanying Giovannetti on piano was Jed Moss, and bassoonist Christian Smith joined Moss and Giovannetti for Francis Poulenc’s Trio for Piano, Oboe and Bassoon.







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Newton Symphony Orchestra Begins 09-10 Season with Brahms and Violin Soloist Markus Placci

October 8, 2009
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This season, the NSO takes on Brahms, Debussy, Dvorak, Rachmaninoff, Smetana, Stravinsky, and Tchaikovsky and welcomes Violinist Markus Placci, Cellist Bobby Chen, Clarinetist Ian Greitzer, and Pianist Edit-Maria Fazakas to perform some of the composers’ great concertos.







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Interview with Cellist Wendy Warner for NVPO 2009/10 Season Opener

October 7, 2009
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Wendy Warner has performed in concert halls worldwide, having performed with the Chicago, Berlin, Boston, Dallas, London, and San Francisco symphonies and with orchestras from St. Petersburg to Hong Kong to Toulouse. This Sunday, as the NVPO begins its second season, the orchestra and its patrons throughout the valley are in for an afternoon of beautiful music!







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The Sundance Trio Debut CD is Lively, Passionate and Inspired (Giovannetti, Moss, Smith)

August 17, 2009
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In a celebration of musical sounds, The Sundance Trio invites us to listen to the innovative and striking sonorities of The Sundance Trio: “The Sundance Trio generally strives to perform and record new and unusual works by commissioning composers whose musical proclivities range from jazz to modern idioms. Oboist Geralyn Giovannetti, Bassoonist Christian Smith and Pianist Jed Moss combine forces to render dynamic performances…”







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Paul McCartney’s Long and Winding Road Leads to Fenway Park in Boston – 8/6/09

August 9, 2009
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Paul McCartney has never just “Let It Be”.

When I look at the big picture and consider that The Beatles broke up before I was born, I find it surreal that I’ve just attended a Paul McCartney concert, here in Boston at Fenway Park.







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