This groupmuse happened on Sunday, January 19, at 2:00 PM EST.

Sun, January 19, 2020, 2:00 PM EST

Wood Acres near Glen Echo Park

This is a groupmuse

Live classical shows in living rooms and other intimate spaces. They're casual and friendly, and anyone can host.

36 spots total
at this groupmuse

$10+

Minimum payment
to musicians
$3 reservation fee
Drinks
Bring your
own drinks
Identification
All guests
must be 21
Cat
Cats live here
Accessible

Host

This event will be POT LUCK starting at 2p with Wine & Appetizers, music at 3p with two full sets featuring Laura Snyderman, Soprano, and Teodora Adzharova, piano; program will include several classical pieces for Soprano and Piano: Rachmaninoff Op. 38, Zemlinsky Op. 6 Walzer Gesänge, A. Berg’s Seven Early Songs, Milhaud’s Chansons de Ronsard, Debussy’s Ariettes Oubliées, Rimsky-Korsakov Op. 52; and classical piano solos.
Winter chique--no poorly dressed guests, 4 decks/4 bridges open, 4 fish ponds open, 2p Wine/Bar Appetizers and 4p dinner; all guests will be seated for the performance. This is my 12th GroupMuse event and the 54th SOLOX House Concert here at Milo. Host to provide large hot appetizer, 2-3 dishes and orange-ginger punch. Pot-Luck is Voluntary but expected, APPETIZERs MOST desired (Heavy hors d'oeuvre's); nice if you can bring something wonderful to share. Wine/Beer is BYOB. Expected minimum payment to artist is $15-20, arrivals at 2p. Note: Doors Close at 3p during first 30-40 minute set; open at intermission for dinner, closed again during performance 2nd set. ADVANCE PAYMENTS ONLY $20 via GroupMuse Credit Card, or My PayPal Link. NO CASH AT THE DOOR (CASH is not legal if wine/beer is served anywhere in MD/DC/VA). If unable to pay in advance, checks made out ONLY to Laura Snyderman, and sealed in an envelope with ONLY your name on the outside. All coats and bags, please take upstairs, any room. YOU ARE GOING TO HAVE A TERRIFIC TIME, PARTY AFTER CONCERT until 8p! Questions please write, including your eMail address. Piano is the Victorian 1893 Steinway B, recently restored to factory new condition.

Rachmaninoff Op. 38 :
In my garden at night
To her
Daisies
The pied piper
Dreams
A-u

Vladigerov Op 15 no 1

Rimsky Korsakov Op 56 :
Nymph
A midsummer night’s dream

——

Zemlinsky Op 6:
Liebe Schwalbe
Klagen ist der Mond gekommen
Fensterlein, nachts bist du zu
Ich geh‘ des Nachts
Blaues Sternlein
Briefchen Schrieb ich

Vladigerov op 15 no 2

Berg Seven Early Songs:
Nacht
Schilflied
Die Nachtigall
Traumgekrönt
Im Zimmer
Liebesode
Sommertage


Voice and piano

Rachmaninoff op 38, Zemlinsky op 6, Rimsky Korsakov op 56, Berg Seven Early Songs, and Vladigerov piano solos


Attendees

Center

Tad Borkowski

Center

Jon Cripe

Center

Steve Kantor

Center

Edward E. Purcell III

Center

Gabriel Muller


Location



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