A Musical Feast

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A Musical Feast was founded in 2006 by retired Concertmaster of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Charles Haupt. It’s enlightened programming melds contemporary and classical music with poetry and dance in a setting featuring locally- and internationally acclaimed musicians and artists. 

We are looking forward to a new 2020-2021 season .
We also welcome again “The Robert and Carol Morris Center for 21st Century Music” University at Buffalo as Co-Sponsor.

About A Musical Feast

Following the success of “Remembering Lukas Foss” in 2008, A Musical Feast was well on its way to becoming a cultural leader in Buffalo music performance. In February 2009, the Burchfield Penney Art Center began collaborating on a series of concerts that have continued until the 2019-2020 season. Of the Burchfield concerts, “The Buffalo News” wrote, “If the programming and concertizing for ‘A MUSICAL FEAST’ continue to be as interesting as the initial offering was, it might become one of Western New York’s cultural jewels.” And it has!

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 “The incredible display of virtuosity and stamina by Charles Haupt who was featured in virtually every work of the evening.”

- International Herald Tribune

Founder Charles Haupt

” Mr. Haupt’s lithe and expressive playing is the epitome of singing on the violin. “

– New York Times

Image by David Moog / Courtesy Burchfield Penney

Programs

We are looking forward to a new 2021-2022 season.
We also welcome again “The Robert and Carol Morris Center for 21st Century Music” University at Buffalo as Co-Sponsor.

Tiffany DuMouchelle and Steve Solook

The Aurora Borealis Duo

Musical Feast
presents

Aurora Borealis Duo
Featuring Tiffany Du Mouchelle, Soprano
and Stephen Solook, Percussion

in

Reflections
Saturday, August 21, 2021 :: 8pm
at

Premier Cabaret

MusicalFare Theater
4380 Main Str #123 Amherst NY 14226
Located in: Daemen College
tickets: $ 15.00 Call: 716 839-8540 or website: www.musicalfare.com
Proof of vaccination will be required for . Proof of vaccination can include the New York State Excelsior Pass/Vaccination card along with a photo ID.

Program: Reflections is a musical commentary of a year in silence. Throughout the pandemic, musical voices have been filtered through masks, electronic channels, and the radically shifted world. Here, we reflect on the isolation and celebrate the return of live music. Featuring new works by Stephen Solook and Tiffany Du Mouchelle created in response to the events of the past year, the program is a reflection of their musical growth during this time.

Elegy (Jules Massenet)

Invocaciones (Roberto Sierra)
Mvt. II      Al Hacedor de Nubes

La musique (Elliot Carter)

At the whim of the Current    (Jeff Heriott)
Davids Nimm    (Karin Rehnqvist)

Cançiones de la Otra América (Lewis Nielson)
Mvt. I  Alta Hora de la Hoche, Roque Dalton
Mvt. III Fábula de la Sirena y los Borrachos, Pablo Neruda

Vibraphone Etudes for Extending Technique (Stephen Solook)

The space between the stars  
(Tiffany Du Mouchelle with text from poetry by Daniel Haskin)

A Waltzer in the House (Milton Babbitt)

Yogah Samadhih (Joe Garrison)

A Musical Feast

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” Mr. Haupt’s lithe and expressive playing is the epitome of singing on the violin. “

- New York Times