Saturday, June 29, 2019 at 6 PM – 7:30 PM
Trinity United Methodist Church, 1000 D Ave, Carrizozo, NM 88301, United States
Seth’s program consists of one musical work from different eras in music history. Alongside the concert, he will also give a small talk about how music has developed from one of the earliest eras to today as well as a guide on how to listen to classical music.
Zamora is a local pianist, growing up in Tularosa, NM. When he was 13 years old, Joseph took piano lessons from his grandmother Jonnie Haley. He studied at the El Paso Conservatory for a year with Esequiel Meza, and then at NMSU for his bachelor’s degree in piano performance with Dr. Laura Spitzer. Seth has won and placed very high in competitions throughout the New Mexico and Texas area and has performed several times with local orchestras.
The goal of Zamora’s 2019 summer tour is to educate the public on classical music. He intends to give a brief overview of classical music history and provide examples of the stylistic traits of each period through solo and chamber music. This series will also help those who aren’t familiar with classical music understand how to listen and appreciate it.
J.S. Bach Prelude and Fugue in Eb/D# minor, BWV 853
Ludwig van Beethoven Piano Sonata in F-sharp major, Op. 78
Pyotr Tchaikovsky Dumka, Op. 59
Maurice Ravel Jeux d’eau
Lowell Liebermann Nocturne No. 4, Op. 38
Carrizozo Music, Inc. celebrates the 4th of July by sponsoring a free concert from their Portico Concert Series. From 4:30-6:30, Paul Pino and the Tone Daddies will perform original New Mexican music on the porch of the Carrizozo Woman’s Club. The Tone Daddies feature the vocals, original music and guitar of Paul Pino, lead guitar and vocals of Mike Layden, Mike Campos on bass and vocals, and Johnny Arater on drums and vocals. Several of their songs have been rated #1 on Reverb Nation, and in the top ten of KANW 89. The Tone Daddies will play a variety of two steps, rancheras, reggea, rock, waltzes, R&B, blues and cumbias.
Bring a lawn chair, grab a brisket dinner with all the fixings, hosted by the ladies of the Carrizozo Woman’s Club and join us for an evening of celebration. Dinner is available from 4-7 PM. Advance tickets are $10, or $12 at the door. For tickets, contact any club woman or Anne Exterkamp 575-686-0794. Purchase tickets by mail – send your check payable to Carrizozo Woman’s Club at PO Box 252, Carrizozo, NM 88301. Include your name, phone number and mailing address.
Paul Pino was raised like a free-range nighthawk on a ranch near Carrizozo New Mexico listening to poetry, rock, stillness, Spanish, country, birds, coyotes and wind howling through barbed wire. Many of his original Spanish, country, blues, rock, folk, educational, quizzical, and genre defying songs are played on radio stations throughout New Mexico. Mike Layden grew up in Santa Fe and has played with Jr. Brown and all the good bands in Santa Fe. Mike Campos has won most of the New Mexico Spanish Music Awards, and Johnny Arater holds down the drum section. Listen to the Tone Daddies at: https://www.reverbnation.com/paulpinoandthetonedaddies.sunsetgrilleandbar.com
Our next Portico Concert brings The Gimble Band from Waco, Texas, in a Western Swing Dance/Concert and Dinner at the Carrizozo Country Club on Saturday, August 24 at 6 PM. On Friday, September 6, Joel Becktell, baroque cello and Kirsten Ditlow, harpsichord, will perform in concert with Vivaldi and More! at the Trinity United Methodist Church at 7 PM.
For information about Carrizozo Music, Inc., tour 2019 season schedule and concert updates please check www.carrizozomusic.org, email email@example.com or call Elaine at 575-648-2757. Carrizozo Music sponsors a series of classical, summer Portico Concerts and school outreach performances with a commitment to providing free quality music to the residents of Lincoln County and the surrounding area.
To reach the Woman’s Club from Rt 54, turn West at 12th Street, turn right by Roy's Ice Cream Parlor. Turn right onto D Ave and drive one block north to the historic WPA building at 11th Street and D Avenue.
Carrizozo Music, Inc. presents an evening of Songs and Lieder by tenor, James Onstad and guitarist, David Leisner, in concert on Monday, May 13, at 7 PM at Trinity United Methodist Church. A school outreach concert will take place on Tuesday, May 14 at 9 AM in the Carrizozo School Old Gym. Both concerts are free and open to the public. These programs are sponsored by a generous grant from Westaf and the NEA.
The program features songs by Renaissance composer John Dowland, Ludwig van Beethoven, Robert Schubert, Spanish composer Joaquin Rodrigo, David Leisner plus a selection of popular Russian and Brazilian songs.
Hailed as “sensitive and precise” and “hauntingly beautiful” (New Classic LA), JAMES ONSTAD is an active and versatile performer at the leading edge of classical music. Audiences across America have seen him as a recitalist, oratorio singer, and operatic performer with companies including the Chicago Lyric Opera Unlimited, Los Angeles' The Industry, the American Repertory Theater, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
As an operatic performer, James is committed to new and relevant work. He has performed regularly with the Los Angeles experimental opera company, The Industry, and brought to life the the role of Orfeo in their monumental production of Hopscotch – a mobile, immersive operatic experience, which Alex Ross of the New Yorker called “awe inspiring.” This November, James will make his debut with the LA Philharmonic in a production of John Cage's Europeras I & II . Traditional operatic credits include Sam (Kurt Weill’s Street Scene), Candide (Bernstein's Candide), Amida (Cavalli’s L’Ormindo), and Tom Rakewell (Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress).
James is a passionate interpreter of Art Song and has has honed this craft under guidance of the masters of our time. He was a Stern Fellow at Songfest in 2013, where he studied with Margo Garrett and Martin Katz. In 2017, he was invited to the Hidden Valley Music Festival to study German Lieder with Graham Johnson and Sir Thomas Allan. James is engaged for a number of recitals in the 2018-2019 season. In August, he will present a program of French, German, Russian, and modern American songs with pianist Pierre-André Doucet at the Barachois Summer Music Festival in Montréal, Canada. In March of 2019, he presented a recital of French song with the La Salon de Musiques Chamber Music series in Los Angeles.
On the concert stage, James has made his mark as a soloist. In December of 2017, he was the tenor soloist and evangelist in a one-on-a-part presentation Bach’s Magnificat and Christmas Oratorio with Musica Angelica--“Southern California’s most important early music ensemble” (LA Times). In August of 2018, James made his debut with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra as a street singer in Leonard Bernstein's Mass. Previous concert highlights include the tenor soloist in the Monteverdi's Il combattimento di Tancredi, Benjamin Britten's Spring Symphony and Cantata Misericordium, Carissimi's Jonas, Handel's Judas Maccabaeus, as well as newer works, including Leonard Bernstein's Songfest and Zachary Wadsworth's Venus and Adonis.
A native of Santa Fe, NM, James Onstad holds a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Harvard University and a master’s degree in vocal performance from the College-Conservatory of Music (CCM).
DAVID LEISNER is an extraordinarily versatile musician with a multi-faceted career as an electrifying performing artist, a distinguished composer, and a master teacher. “Among the finest guitarists of all time”, according to American Record Guide, Leisner is a featured recording artist for the Azica label, with 9 highly acclaimed CDs, including the most recent, Arpeggione with cellist Zuill Bailey and Facts of Life, featuring the premiere recordings of commissioned works by Del Tredici and Golijov. David Leisner's recent seasons have taken him around the US, a major tour of Australia and New Zealand, and debuts and reappearances in China, Japan, the Philippines, Germany, Hungary, Switzerland, Austria, Denmark, Sweden, Ireland, the U.K., Italy, Czech Republic, Greece, Puerto Rico, Canada and Mexico. An innovative three-concert series at Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall included the first all-Bach guitar recital in New York’s history, and he is currently Artistic Director of Guitar Plus, a New York series devoted to chamber music with the guitar. Celebrated for expanding the guitar repertoire, David Leisner has premiered and commissioned works by many important composers, including David Del Tredici, Virgil Thomson, Ned Rorem, Philip Glass, Richard Rodney Bennett, Peter Sculthorpe and Osvaldo Golijov, while spearheading the revival of neglected 19th-century composers J.K. Mertz and Wenzeslaus Matiegka. He has performed at the Santa Fe, Rockport, Vail Valley, Bargemusic, Bay Chamber, Cape Cod and Islands, Portland, Sitka and Angel Fire chamber music festivals.
Mr. Leisner is also a highly respected composer noted for the emotional and dramatic power of his music. Fanfare magazine described it as “rich in invention and melody, emotionally direct, and beautiful”. A distinguished teacher as well, Leisner is currently the Chair of the guitar department at the Manhattan School of Music and taught for over two decades at the New England Conservatory. His book about ergonomic guitar technique, called Playing with Ease, is due for publication by Oxford University Press in September 2018. Primarily self-taught as both guitarist and composer, he briefly studied guitar with John Duarte, David Starobin and Angelo Gilardino and composition with Richard Winslow, Virgil Thomson, Charles Turner and David Del Tredici.
Other concerts in the Carrizozo Music 2019 Season include Paul Pino and the Tone Daddies performing at the annual 4th of July Woman’s Club BBQ, The Gimble Band from Waco Texas in a Western Swing Dance and Dinner on August 24, and on September 6, “Vivialdi and More” with Joel Becktell, baroque cello and Kirsten Ditlow, harpsichord. December 1 brings the Southwest Chamber Woodwinds in an early music Holiday Concert.
To reach Trinity United Methodist Church from route 54, turn west at 12th Street, between the 54 Emporium and Roy's Ice Cream Parlor. Turn right onto D Ave and go two blocks to the church, 1000 D Ave, Carrizozo, NM.
For information about Carrizozo Music, Inc., the 2019 season schedule and concert updates, please check www.carrizozomusic.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Elaine at 575-648-2757. Carrizozo Music,Inc, a 501c3, sponsors a series of free classical concerts, summer Portico Concerts and an extensive school outreach program of concerts and workshops, with a commitment to providing free quality music to the students and residents of Lincoln County and the surrounding area.
LIMINA GALLERY invites you to continue celebrating WORLD ART DAY after the ECHOES OF GOYA concert on April 13, 2019 at an Arts Celebration Party
starting at 6pm (or after the concert concludes)
412 12th Street, Carrizozo
Come join us for food and drink, CELEBRATION and to view a new exhibition of photographs by John Courtney and “Music as Muse” an installation of new art works which honor the influence that Visual Artists and Photographers have had on culture and industry via album covers.