Heartland Marimba

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Program for Midday Recitals

Heartland Marimba Festival Academy – University of Wisconsin-stevens point – Michelsen Hall, noel fine arts center


Tuesday, 7/11/17, 2:00pm

-    Johnathan Erickson performing Prelude from Cello Suite No. 1 in G major (1726), J.S. Bach

-    Anthony Gilleland performing Pure Imagination (1931), Leslie Bricusse/Anthony Newley, arr. Alex Stopa

-    Scott Eiklenborg performing Two Mexican Dances (1998), Gordon Stout

 

Wednesday, 7/12/17, 1:30pm

-    Aaron Montreal performing Rotation II (1996), Eric Sammut

-    Hampton Douglas performing Bourrée from Violin Partita No. 1 in B minor (1720), J.S. Bach

-    Will Kemperman performing Hey Jude (1968), The Beatles, arr. Patrick Roulet

-    David Pickar performing Concerto for Marimba and Orchestra; IV. (arranged for marimba alone), Ney Rosauro

 

Thursday, 7/13/17, 1:30pm

-    Curtis Hanson performing Ghanaia (1997), Matthias Schmitt

-    Aaron Montreal performing A Cricket Sang and Set the Sun (2006), Blake Tyson

-    Adam Trupp performing October Night (1986), Michael Burritt

-    Aaron Montreal performing Betwixed, Aaron Montreal

 

Friday, 7/14/17, 1:30pm

-    Alonso Figueroa performing Rotation I (1996), Eric Sammut

-    Will Kemperman performing Hummingbird (2017), Michael Charles Smith

-    Eric Whitmer performing Rotation IV (1996), Eric Sammut

-    Michael J. Jones & Andrew Veit performing Yurikago, Arranged/adapted by Rika Fujii

Chromatic Grand Galop (1838) – Franz Liszt (1811-1886)/arr. Matthew Coley (b.1979)

            Matthew Coley, conductor.

Hampton Douglas, Alonso Figueroa, Scott Eiklenborg, Aaron Montreal, David Pickar, Adam Trupp, and Eric Whitmer; marimbas.

 

España (1883) – Emmanual Chabrier (1841-1894)/arr. Jeffrey Barudin (b. 1979)

Scott Eiklenborg, Jaime Espositio, Alonso Figueroa, and Anthony Gilleland; marimbas.

Performed by the Academy participant chamber ensembles.