Gateway Chamber Orchestra presents Appalachian Spring and Soloist Teresa Buchholz
The Gateway Chamber Orchestra presents the Appalachian Spring concert with two performances: Sunday, April 19, at 3 pm and Monday, April 20, at 7:30 pm. The GCO performs Luciano Berio’s intimate and colorful Folk Songs, a cycle of eleven folk melodies from around the world written in 1964.
Featuring mezzo-soprano Teresa Buchholz, Folk Songs was written to showcase vocal technique, flexibility and the beauty of the human voice. When Buchholz made her GCO debut in 2013, the Nashville press hailed the collaboration as “transcendent.”
The contemporary work, “Deep in Liquid Indigo” by Christopher Chandler, evokes the imagery of water with a variety of different musical sources and effects. Chandler is featured as the winner of the 2013 Gateway Chamber Orchestra Young Composer’s Competition (sponsored by the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts) and was a winner of the 2013 BMI Student Composer Award. The concert concludes with two of the most iconic American works, Barber’s poignant Adagio for Strings and Copland’s famous Appalachian Spring. The GCO performs Aaron Copland’s original score with thirteen musicians, providing a breathtakingly clean and sparkling version of Appalachian Spring.
Tickets for this performance can be purchased by phone at (615) 712-3683 or (931) 444-6240 or online at gatewaychamberorchestra.com.
APPALACHIAN SPRING (featuring Teresa Buchholz, mezzo-soprano)
BERIO Folk Songs
CHRISTOPHER CHANDLER Deep in Liquid Indigo
BARBER Adagio for Strings
COPLAND Suite from Appalachian Spring
April 19, at 3:00 PM
George and Sharon Mabry Concert Hall ?
Austin Peay State University
April 20, at 7:30 PM
Downtown Presbyterian Church
154 5th Avenue N
Active Military/Student: $10 (Clarksville tickets $10 and up, tiered seating in Mabry Hall)
Adult: $15?(Clarksville tickets $15 and up, tiered seating in Mabry Hall)
Family: $40 (Clarksville tickets $40 and up, tiered seating in Mabry Hall)
*Family package includes 2 adults + unlimited children.
Family and Military Family tickets must be purchased at the box office:
Call (931) 444-6240 or (615) 712-3683.
About The Gateway Chamber Orchestra: Conducted by Gregory Wolynec, was formed in 2008 and is recognized as one of the leading new American ensembles. Comprised of professional musicians from Middle Tennessee and beyond, the GCO specializes in presenting traditional masterworks, overlooked treasures, and contemporary American compositions. The GCO’s recordings have received critical acclaim in publications such as the American Record Guide and Fanfare Magazine. Engaging 5,000 Middle Tennessee students annually with classical music through free performances, innovative educational outreach, and interactive Children’s Concerts, the GCO is committed to building new audiences for tomorrow. Visit gatewaychamberorchestra.com to learn more.