First row: Ellen Lazarus, Carol Pew,
Laura Garawski, Barbara Freggens

Second row: Dr. Ravi Kanaan, Ilya Rabinovich,
Michelle Powell, Mary Lewers, Kelly Oliver, Sarah Fort

This recital wasn’t as pleasantly crowded as previous ones but was nevertheless very interesting and exciting. We had three duos and three “bonus” soloists.

Kelly Oliver and Sarah Fort premiered two pieces for violin and viola composed by Dr. Ravi Hanaan, and he was with us witnessing the premiere! Dr. Kanaan teaches strings in Manassas, VA, and he composed these two pieces specifically for students.

The classical guitar duo Ellen Lazarus and Barbara Freggens joined our Duetto club and presented three Baroque and one romantic pieces.

Carol Pew, cello, and Laura Garawski, piano, played beautiful and agitating Sonata of Vivaldi.

Mary Lewers, flute, presented a sophisticated but very melodic jazz etude by Bill Holcombe.

Ilya Rabinovich played two pieces by Schubert and Rameau, and Michelle Powell concluded the recital by passionate and virtuosic pieces by Chopin and Elgar.

Our dear friend Carol Henry came to cheer fellow musicians and take photos for posterity.


Invention in D Minor — R. Kanaan
Duetto in D Minor — R. Kanaan
Kelly Oliver, violin
Sarah Fort, viola

Three Baroque Dances
Sarabande — A. Corelli
Rustic Dance — J. S. Bach
Gavotte — G. F. Handel

Le Nid et la Rose — F. Carulli
Ellen Lazarus & Barbara Freggens, classical guitars

Sonata in E Minor (Op. 14, No. 5) — A. Vivaldi
Carol Pew, cello
Laura Garawski, piano

Jazz Etude in A minor — B. Holcombe
Mary Lewers, flute

Hungarian Melody d. 817 — F. Schubert
Le Rappel des oiseaux — J. P. Rameau
Ilya Rabinovich, piano

Etude (Op. 10, No. 12) (Revolutionary) — F. Chopin
Pomp and Circumstance, March No. 1 — E. Elgar
Michelle Powell, piano