Sunday, April 11, 2010

Yuki Ukita, piano Thurs April 15 @ 7 am SLT

Yuki Ukita, piano
Thursday April 15

7 am SLT (PDT)
Music Island, Sea Turtle Island

A wave of great musicians have been arriving in Second Life from Japan and Music Island audiences are fortunate enough to be hearing from two leading lights this month. First pianist Yuki Ukita (YukithePianoPlayer Hutchison in SL) and later this month soprano Haruno Watanabe.

Yuki has planned an ambitious program sure to delight the audience.

Part I:

1 BWV 1068 Air/ -- J.S. Bach
2 Kanon -- Johann Pachelbel
3 K.331 -- Mozart
4 Etude Op.10 No.3 -- Chopin
5 Etude Op.10 No.12-- Chopin
6 Nocturne Op.9 No.2 -- Chopin
7 Ave Maria -- Gounod
8 La Campanella -- Liszt
9 Liebestraume No.3 -- Liszt
10 "Un sospiro"-- Liszt
11 Lieder ohne Worte Op.30 No.6 -- Mendelssohn
12 Lieder ohne Worte Op. 62 No.6 --Mendelssohn
13 Ave Maria -- Schubert
14 Traumerei -- Schumann

Part II:

15 Radetzkymarsch -- Strauss
16 Op.37b No.10 -- Tchaikovsky
17 Aufforderung zum tanz -- Weber
18 Clair de lune -- Debussy
19 Reverie -- Debussy
20 Op.43 No.6 -- Grieg
21 Op.3 No.1 Elegie -- Rachmaninoff
22 Pavane pour une infante défunte -- Ravel
23 Gymnopedie No.1 -- Satie
24 Je te veux -- Satie

Friday, April 9, 2010

Zachh Cale, piano Sat Apr 10 @ 12 pm SLT

Zachh Cale, piano
Saturday, April 10
12 pm
SECOND LIFE TIME (Pacific Daylight Time)
at Music Island, Sea Turtle Island

Join Zachh for some standards and originals. Zachh is a Music Island favorite performer who we've not heard from since December 2009.

At Zachh's first performance, Linden Lab (in their usual lack of regard for the quality programming that makes people want to visit Second Life) decided to restart the sim that the audience was sitting in. As the stage area was in another sim, the ever calm and affable Zachh called out, "Come up and gather round the piano" and we did, weathering the re-start storm on stage for 10 minutes.

I have thought since that day that "Gather 'round the piano" is an apt description for the relaxed and intimate experience of a Zachh Cale concert.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Atheene Dodonpa, early music Thurs Apr 8 @ 1 pm

Medieval Song
Thursday, April 8 @ 1 pm SLT

Accompanying herself on the nun's fiddle, lap harp, hurdy-gurdy or other rarily heard instruments as needed, Atheene's haunting soprano travels the world of the Middle Ages to bring us songs from all cultures in the languages that the works were written and performed in.

If you have attended one of Atheene's concerts previously you will know why they are not to be missed and will prudently arrive at Music Island early to avoid disappointment.

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Sandia Beaumont, piano and harpsichord

Debussy: Arabesque No.1
Scriabin: Prelude in G flat, Op. 16 No. 3
Etude Op. 2 No. 1
Prelude Op. 11 No. 10
Beethoven: Op. 28, Mvts 2, 3 & 4
Mozart: K.284