Free or pay what you can
Free or pay what you can
Join us for an evening with Trio Arcadia and special guests. A flute, harp and horn ensemble, Trio Arcadia has performed a wide range of repertoire—including original compositions, arrangements and transcriptions—to critical acclaim internationally. This program will feature music by Barboteu, Albert, Tournier, Strauss, Beckel and others.
Renowned faculty artists perform with students and colleagues in chamber music recitals featuring world premieres and beloved classics. Free most Tuesdays September through March.
Even though we are not gathering in person, you can still enjoy this performance from the comfort of your home. Stream this performance Tuesday, March 30, 7:30 p.m. MDT right here at cupresents.org.
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This is a pay-what-you-can performance
On average people pay $25, but whether it's $5 or $100, your support will help the work of the College of Music continue to inspire artistry and discovery, together. Please pay what you can before or after enjoying this special presentation.
Barboteu: Esquisses; Albert: Doppler Effect; Tournier arr. Thornton: Three Pieces; Johnson arr. Hershey Bress/Thornton: Victoria Gallop; Beckel: Glass Bead Game
Michael Thornton, horn; Julie Thornton, flute; Courtney Hershey Bress, harp; Susan Grace, piano and John Kinzie, percussionRead more
La Lettre du Jardinier
Henry Bataille (1872-1922)
I take up my pen to give you news
Of the garden. It is very pretty at the moment.
If you come at Easter or later after the spring,
You will see it. It rose this morning
All damp from your memory. In it are quantities
Of the flowers you recommended to me:
A provincial weave of pansies,
Cakes of roses everything everywhere,
The crumbled ash of lilac, so gay,
And the soft-bodied wisteria
Which you call: floating flowers,
The paralyzed lily dying before my door,
There are flowers and more flowers of every kind!
Fro the blue flies they call forget-me-not
To the pink butterflies of the peach trees. The irises
And gladioli are flowering this year and form
Here and there profusion of rockets and spindles.
But all this is languishing for want of madamoiselle,
And although the weather has been fine since Christmas last,
Joy is waiting to come until you come.
Hence the melancholy that we here all feel
For a tree with no nest, for the garden without you.
Please accept, Mademoiselle, all my memories.
Translation: Peter Dayan
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