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Faculty Showcase Concert

Saturday, March 20,
4:00 pm
to 5:00 pm EDT
a collection of musicians performing

This year’s annual Faculty Showcase concert will be broadcast online via Youtube, Facebook, and at Enjoy performances broadcast live from the homes of UVMC’s faculty members, who share music in a wide range of genres and styles. This year’s program includes Bach, traditional folk tunes, Joni Mitchell, and original music on guitar, piano, strings, voice and more. The concert will include a virtual ensemble performance, bringing together the voices and instruments of 20+ UVMC teachers in one song.

This year’s concert is a benefit for UVMC’s Bringing Us Together campaign, to install a new ventilation system to bring filtered, fresh air into every room in the building so that we can safely gather to make music at 8 South Park Street.


A Town Built on a Hill, Tristan Bellerive
Tristan Bellerive, guitar

Fugue in F minor from Well Tempered Clavier Vol. 2, J. S. Bach
Sarah Brown, piano

Salut d’Amour, Edward Elgar
Ben Van Vliet and Alicia Casey, violins

Candle on the Water from Walt Disney’s Pete’s Dragon
Words and Music by Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn
Katie Kitchel, voice, and Patricia Norton, piano

Unaccompanied Cello Suite no 5 in C minor BWV 1011, Prelude, J. S. Bach
Ben Kulp, cello

Woodstock, Joni Mitchel
Julie Ness, voice, and Tristan Bellerive, guitar

Deva, Deva, in Rag Shankara, Pt. Shreeram Devasthali
Mark Nelson, voice

Venetian Boat Song Op. 30 no.6, Felix Mendelssohn, arr. Michael Wilson
Alison Cheroff, piano and Michael Wilson, mandolin

We Are the Way, Christine Kick
Patricia Norton, Voice

Aaron’s Waltz, C. Compton; Nan’s Waltz, Pat Shaw; Tawyard Hall, C. Compton
Carol Compton, accordion, and Amy Cann, fiddle

Adagio from Oboe Concerto, Benedetto Marcello
Christine Rua, oboe, and Alison Cheroff, piano

The Lovers’ Waltz, Jay Ungar and Molly Mason
Emma McAlister, fiddle

Virtual Ensemble – TBA


Saturday, March 20
4:00 pm to 5:00 pm EDT
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