The Juneau Symphony Showcase, an annual chamber music concert featuring a selection of symphony musicians’ favorite solo and ensemble pieces, will be offered twice this weekend at two different locations. Performances begin at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at the UAS Egan Library and at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 19, at Northern Light United Church. No pre-concert lecture will be given before either performance.
Tickets will be available at the door, and are $12 for general admission, or $5 to UAS students.
The program for both performances is J. Chuluun’s “Variations on Two Mongolian Folk Songs,” featuring Tugsu Armstrong on violin; Heinrich von Herzogenberg’s “Trio, op. 61,” featuring Sue Kazama on piano, Jetta Whittaker on oboe and John Schumann on horn; Lowell Liebermann’s “Night Music for Flute, Clarinet and Piano,” featuring Sally Schlichting on flute, Karen Pallenberg on clarinet and Mary Watson on piano; J.S. Bach’s “Presto in G-minor,” featuring Ethan Seid and Steve Tada on violin; Marc Berthomieu’s “Arcadie,” featuring Sandy Fortier, Kim Mix, Lisa Ray and Stevi Spinka on flute; Jeanine Rueff’s “Diptyque for Flute and Piano,” featuring Sally Schlichting on flute and Mary Watson on piano; Rachmaninoff’s “Etudes-Tableaux Op. 39 No. 5 in Eb minor” and “No. 6 in A minor,” featuring Mary Watson on piano; and James Parker’s “Londoner in New York” and Jean Mouret/Allen’s “Fanfare for the King’s Supper,” featuring the Juneau Symphony Big Brass.
Symphony showcase musicians not listed above are Rick Trostel, Ken Guiher, Kristin Mabry, Jill Taylor, Bill Paulick, Kristina Paulick, Michael Bucy, Bob Hutton, Bruce Simonson, Larry Walsh, Maralee Guiher, David Grove and Richard Ritter.
For more information, visit www.juneausymphony.org.