Schubertiade - a SONOSYNTHESIS performance

Schubertiade - a SONOSYNTHESIS performance

Home of Daniel Krasnegor and Kristin Jensen (map)

This is a very unique and exciting performance opportunity! Here’s lots of information about it, but feel free to reach out with further questions! **Not sure if this setting is right for you? There will be another performance of this program on October 20, 2019. Contact Cari at cari.p.shipp@gmail.com for more information!**

WHO? Cari Shipp, flute and Jeremy Thompson, piano.
More about Cari: http://carishipp.com
More about Jeremy: https://jeremythompsonmusic.com
WHERE? The home of Daniel Krasnegor and Kristin Jensen: 801 Park Street, Charlottesville, VA
WHEN? Sunday, September 29, 2019. Guests welcome at 5:30 PM, performance from 6:00-7:00 PM, followed by chatting with the artists until 7:30 PM.
WHAT? A Schubertiade! Which is a performance of all Schubert music. For more information about the origins of Schubertiades, check out https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schubertiade

The Evening’s Program:

Sonata for Arpeggione in A minor, D. 821

Selections of Lieder transcribed by Theobald Boehm:
Gute Nacht
Der Lindenbaum
Das Fischermädchen
Ständchen

Introduction and Variations on ‘Trockne Blumen’

(all by Franz Schubert, of course)

GENERAL INFORMATION

Daniel and Kristin's home is spacious and lovely, but a home nonetheless! Due to this there is limited space and seating. But room for food and mingling.

SEATING: There will be a small selection of chairs in the same room as the performers (very close to the performers, in fact) which can be reserved by becoming a concert sponsor. (Reach out to Cari at cari.p.shipp@gmail.com to inquire about becoming a concert sponsor!) There will also be a larger selection of chairs in adjacent rooms, most with a view of the performers. There are also plenty of places to tarry and mingle during the performance.

REFRESHMENTS: Wine, soft drinks, and hors d’oeuvres will be served throughout the evening.

COST: As with all SONOSYNTHESIS performances, this is a benefit concert! All proceeds will be benefiting a local arts or education organization to be announced soon. There is no set cost for the concert, but we are fundraising for a worthy organization not to mention supporting the musicians who have worked so hard to present the evening’s performance. Your contribution is appreciated! You can donate in advance by going to sonosschubert.eventbrite.com

PARKING: Parking may be challenging. There is free street parking available on Park Street and on side streets in the neighborhood, but be sure to leave ample time to get a close space.

With Voices Raised - Opera on the James

With Voices Raised - Opera on the James

Academy Center of the Arts (map)

Stay tuned for more information, and check out the event on the Opera on the James website for tickets and more info: https://www.operaonthejames.org/events/with-voices-raised

Charlottesville Salon Series - Schubertiade

Charlottesville Salon Series - Schubertiade

Everyone is welcome to attend this concert! For location information please contact Cari at cari.p.shipp@gmail.com. Cari will be joining Jeremy Thompson, https://jeremythompsonmusic.com

This program is a reprise of the repertoire performed at the September 29, 2019 performance.

The Evening’s Program:
Sonata for Arpeggione in D minor, D. 821
Selections of Lieder transcribed by Theobald Boehm:
Gute Nacht
Der Lindenbaum
Das Fischermadchen
Standchen
Introduction and Variations on ‘Trockne Blumen’

(all by Franz Schubert, of course)

Home for the Holidays Artisan Market

Home for the Holidays Artisan Market

Park Street Christian Church (map)

Cari will be performing Christmas music at various points throughout the day at the Park Street Christian Church holiday artisan market! Stop by for local holiday shopping, coffee, and Christmas cheer!

SONOSYNTHESIS: Hope in the Darkness; a benefit concert

SONOSYNTHESIS: Hope in the Darkness; a benefit concert

Park Street Christian Church (map)

Join us for an evening of Christmas music, carol singing, and fundraising for a very important and relevant cause for our world and the Christmas season.

Cari Shipp, flute, will be joined by Jon Nafziger, Paul Johnson, and Donna Cain to bring some favorite songs of the season. If you have a yearning to sing some of your favorites, don’t worry! We’ll have that, too!

Purchase tickets at sonoshope.eventbrite.com

Proceeds for the concert will benefit RAICES - an organization providing legal aid and resources to immigrants and refugees. For more information about this group visit their website: https://www.raicestexas.org