We know you’ve been waiting to see Cape Symphony musicians performing again. Well, Jung-Ho Pak, our Artistic Director & Conductor, and some amazing musicians of the Cape Symphony recorded several intimate performances recently, featuring a mix of solos, duos, quartets, and even a sextet.
Part 1 features:
Bach in Ireland by Maria Millar
Raluca Dumitrache, violin and Ona Jonaityte, flute
Amazing Grace (arranged by Jari Villanueva)
Brass Sextet in Eb minor, 1st movement by Oskar Böhme
Cape Symphony Brass Sextet
Kyle Spraker, trumpet; Andrew Moreschi, trumpet; Tobias Monte, trumpet; Clark Matthews, French Horn; Robert Hoveland, trombone; Stuart Gunn, tuba
Sonata for Cello, 1st movement by Zoltan Kodaly
Jacques Lee Wood, cello
String Quartet no. 3, 1st movement by Felix Mendelssohn
Heather Goodchild Wade, violin; Irina Fainkichen, violin; Irina Naryshkova, viola; Elizabeth Schultze, cello
Part 2 features:
Cluck Old Hen Variations by David A. Jaffe
EmmaLee Holmes Hicks, violin
Going to the Sun: Snapshots from Glacier Park by Jenni Brandon
Mary Cicconetti, oboe and Rachel Juszczak, bassoon
Duetto, 2nd movement and 5th movement by Carl Ditters cavon Dittersdorf
Gabrielle Toscano, viola and Carion Chu, bass
Piano Quartet no. 2, 2nd movement by Johannes Brahms
Jae Cosmos Lee, violin; Sam Kelder, viola; Velleda Miragias, cello; Rasa Vitkauskaite, piano
We want to thank the talented musicians who brought their A game!
Thanks to the Cotuit Center for the Arts, our hosts and production partners in our video recording endeavors this spring.
Many thanks to Doreen Bilezikian for making it all possible.