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Program Notes: The Kitchen Revue

Musical Offering Program Notes for February 26th, 2017, at Sundin Hall by Jackson Bryce Lili Boulanger (Paris, August 21, 1893 – Mézy-sur-Seine in northern France, March 15, 1918), whose full name was Marie Juliette Olga Boulanger, was a French instrumentalist and composer; she was the younger sister of another composer, Nadia Boulanger, herself a teacher […]

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The Kitchen Revue: Menu

It’s ok to get as excited about the food as you are about the music.  One of our favorite parts of this annual tradition is putting together a menu that reflects the music on stage. This year we’ve selected delectably French foods – not unlike those Julia Child would have learned while studying at Le […]

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A Sonic Aperitif

Bohuslav Martinů’s La Revue de Cuisine is a lighthearted musical display of the loves and passions of kitchen utensils. Three glimpses into the piece, a sonic aperitif, give you a taste of the music on this Sunday’s food and wine concert The Kitchen Revue.  Click here to subscribe to our YouTube page, the best way to […]

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Musician Profile: Susan Billmeyer, piano & co-artistic director

Susan Billmeyer with Caroline Lemen, horn, take a second bow after performances of works by Elsa Barraine on January 22nd, 2017. Marketing Intern Daniel Meyers interviews TMO’s co-artistic director and ensemble pianist Susan Billmeyer  How long have you been a member of TMO?I started playing with TMO in 2013 as a guest, and joined officially […]

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Program Notes: January 22nd

MUSICAL OFFERING PROGRAM NOTES for January 22nd, 2017, at Sundin Hall by Jackson Bryce, Board member & Carleton College Professor Emertius WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART (Salzburg, January 27, 1756 – Vienna, December 5, 1791), Austrian composer, was deeply influenced by musical elements from around the world, which he blended into a unique mixture that became the high […]