Central Florida Composers Forum and Timucua Arts Foundation Present

Fernwood String Quartet

January 23, 2021 | Alexis & Jim Pugh Theater

Fernwood String Quartet

January 23, 2021 | Alexis & Jim Pugh Theater

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The international musicians of the Fernwood String Quartet perform a program of world-premieres by acclaimed composers working in Central Florida. The program promises to be a buffet of styles and moods from some of the best known composers living and working in the Orlando area. Alex Burtzos’s OMAHA (all the things you could be you are you were) is a piece about memories - their creation, retention, and ultimate dissolution. Troy Gifford’s Lumina is a lyrical and gorgeous serenade. Charlie Griffin’s Billing’s Portrait pays tribute to the father of the American choral tradition in a set that reimagines three of William Billings’ best known pieces, including the fiery Let Tyrants Shake. These and other new and refreshing works will be brought to perfect life in a way that only the masterful Fernwood Quartet can.

Personnel:

  • Julia Gessinger, violin
  • Andreas Volmer, violin
  • Daniel Cortes, viola
  • Hanrich Claassen, cello

Program:

  • Five Miniatures, Austin Ashe
  • OMAHA, Alex Burtzos
  • Gigue, Stan Cording
  • Shock of Waking, Jim Croson
  • Lumina, Troy Gifford
  • Minimalist Madness, Joseph Gray
  • Billings Portrait, Charlie Griffin
  • Unfortunately Not A Samba, Jamie Wehr

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