- Sunday | November 16, 2014
- All Day
- St. Paul's Nave
An extraordinary and appealing mélange of classical and popular compositions will be presented on Sunday, November 16, at 4 p.m. in St. Paul’s Nave. In addition to well-known quantities – St. Paul’s soloists: soprano Natasha Simmons-Ospina, tenor Brian Skoog and organist Karel Paukert – the internationally acclaimed violinist Ivan Zenaty will make his first appearance at St. Paul’s.
Ivan will play Bach’s Chaconne, Paganini’s Caprice, and a Gershwin/Heifetz arrangement from Porgy and Bess. Natasha will sing Handel’s cantata with obbligato violin, “Summertime” and, with Brian, “Tonight” from West Side Story. In addition, Brian has prepared an aria from Messiah and Leigh’s “The Impossible Dream.” Karel will play Prelude and Fugue in C major by J.S. Bach and Toccata by Ch.-M. Widor.
All are welcome at this free concert! This concert made possible by the Milgram family.