Showcase Programme

 Saturday, June 19 - Sunday, June 20

Showcase Preview

Along with highlights from all ten performances, the preview (above) includes a special introduction from SweetWater Artistic Director Edwin Huizinga.


The Performances

Each performance will be featured during a daily Performance Premiere from June 21 to June 30. Below see details about what each musician will perform when they appear on SweetWater's virtual stage. 


Monday, June 21

Adams & Busch (pianists)

Piece Romantique Op. 55, I. Primavera, II. La Chaise À Porteurs, III. Sérénade D'Automne by Cecile Chaminade

I. Plantasia from Mother Earth's Plantasia by Mort Garson, arranged by Nicholas Busch


Tuesday, June 22

Antonia Cambre (cellist)

Julie-O by Mark Summer


Wednesday, June 23 

Lincoln Haggart-Ives (violinist) 

Violin Sonata No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1005: IV. Allegro assai by Johann Sebastian Bach 


Thursday, June 24

Lauren Kohut (pianist)

Nocturne in C# Minor, op. 27, no. 1 by Frédéric Chopin 


Friday, June 25

Jeffrey Paik (cellist)

Cello Concerto in E Minor, OP. 85 by Edward Elgar


Saturday, June 26

Anna Perrone (pianist)

Excerpt from The Goldberg Variations, BWV 9: 1. Aria, 2. Variation 10 (Fughetta), 3. Variation 5 (Toccata), 4. Variation 15 (Canone alla Quinta), 5. Variation 29 (Toccata) by Johann Sebastian Bach

Widmung, S. 566  (transcribed from Robert Schumann) by Franz Liszt 


Sunday, June 27

Camryn Ruthven (pianist/vocalist)

Revolutionary Etude Op. 10, No. 12 by Frederic Chopin

Cànan nan Gàidheal by Murdo MacFarlane


Monday, June 28

Rowan Sawarna-Small (pianist)                                                                                                                                  Pictures at an Exhibition by Modest Mussorgsky


Tuesday, June 29

Bridget Walsh (violinist)

Tzigane (excerpt) by Maurice Ravel


Wednesday, June 30

Emily Yarascavitch (violinist)

Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001: Adagio by Johann Sebastian Bach

The Cousins by Emily Yarascavitch  

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