Archive for September, 2017

October Meeting

September 17th, 2017

These pieces were played at the October 15 meeting in Wayne:

Jim Tosone

  • Four Ballad Stories — Milan Tesar

Gad Berger

  • Hallelujah — Leonard Cohen, arr. Gad Berger
  • Parade of Skeletons — Keith Calmes
  • Cello Suite, Prelude — J.S. Bach

Dana Hamilton

  • Etude in Tremolo — Alexander Bellow
  • I Remember You — Richard Scherzinger

Ming Chao

  • Lachrimae Pavane — John Dowland
  • Pavana Triste — Antonio Jose
  • Concerto in D Major — Bach/Vivaldi

Mike Topolski

  • Les Barricades Mystérieuses — Francois Couperin, arr. David Russell
  • Prelude — Isaac Albéniz

Jeff Wilt

  • Andantino — Matteo Carcassi
  • Si Ela Perguntar — Dilermando Reis
  • Squares Suspended — Andrew York

Ray Butler

  • Maria Catalina — Antonio Lauro
  • Angustoro — “”
  • Maria — Francisco Tarrega

Andrew Alford

  • Guardame Las Vacas — Luis de Narváez
  • Montemador — Federico Moreno Torroba
  • Alcañiz — “”

Bob Hansen

  • Fantasia — Francesco de Milano
  • Allegro — Mauro Giuliani

Robert Ey

  • Port Lennox — Rory Dall O’Cathain, arr. Glenn Weiser
  • Canon in D — Johann Pachelbel
  • Cantilene Espagnole — Jose Ferrer

Gary Lee

  • Let Go — Benjamin Verdery
  • Long and Winding Road — Beatles, arr., Jerry Willard
  • Kinkachoo I Love You — Phillip Houghton


92Y presents Paco Peña

September 5th, 2017

Esencias: The Music of Flamenco — Paco Peña, flamenco guitar with Special Guests

Only NYC Appearance of the Season
 Sat, Oct 21, 2017, 8 pm

Legendary flamenco guitarist and artist Paco Peña earned a Kennedy Center Gold Medal in the Arts for his lifelong commitment to the mastery and innovation of the art of flamenco. The New York Times went on to say, “(Peña) combines rapid-fire flourishes with a colorist’s sense of shading; this listener cannot recall hearing any guitarist with a more assured mastery of his instrument.” In his only NYC appearance of the season, Peña and his brilliant special guests will highlight the power of the guitar alone to reveal the essence of this passionate art form. With 92Y’s rich history of presenting the greatest masters of the guitar, we are thrilled to be welcoming back a maestro. Don’t miss this special event.