Michelle Powell, Hala Tomey, Amy Kett, Jack Stabile,
Mark Ross, Yukiko Takedai

Hala Tomey hosted a delightful Cadenza program in her lovely home in Washington, DC, on Sunday, March 10th. The performers were six in number with several large-scale pieces from the Classical and Romantic periods, as well as several Preludes in C Major and a humorous modern piece. 

Cadenza recitals are intended primarily for members of intermediate to advanced levels of skill and experience, and this recital exhibited a high level of performance on Hala’s beautiful 6’1 Kawai grand.

The next Cadenza recital is scheduled for May 5th. Email Judith Block at jblock@amsfperform.org to join.

Program

Pictures at an Exhibition — M.Mussorsky
(1839-1881)
Bydlo
Promenade
Ballade of the Unhatched Chicks
Samuel Goldenberg and Schmuyle
Hala Tomey

Etude (Op. 10, No. 12) — F. Chopin
(1810-1849)
Michelle Powell

Sonata in F Minor Op. 5, II Andante — J. Brahms
(1833-1897)
Amy Kett

Ballade No. 4 in F Minor — F. Chopin
Yukiko Takedai

Prelude in C (Op. 119, No. 28) — Stephen Heller
(1813-1888)
Prelude in C (Op. 28, No. 1) — F. Chopin
Prelude in C (Op. 11, No. 1) — A. Scriabin
(1871-1915)
Murder She Wrote (1948) — John Anderson
(1920-1998)
Mark Ross

Scherzo No. 2 in Bb Minor — F. Chopin
Jack Stabile