“WIND POWER”

Beautiful Trios for Oboe, Bassoon, and Piano

A special Livestream concert featuring great works by Beethoven, Glinka, and Faure (arr. by Christopher Kies).  The performers are Ron Erler, oboe; Sandy Johnson, bassoon; and Daniel Weiser, piano/Artistic Director.  Video editing by the Borowskys. 

“BEETHOVEN BEGINS”

Opus One Piano Trios by Beethoven

This is a special Livestream concert presented by Emmanuel Borowsky, violin;  Frances Borowsky, cello; and Daniel Weiser, piano/Artistic Director.  The program includes Beethoven’s Opus 1, no. 1 Trio in E Flat Major and his Opus 1, no. 3 Trio in C Minor, both published in 1795 in Vienna.  Video editing by the Borowskys.

“THE JEWISH SPIRIT”

Part Three of our Jewish Festival, 2020

 This program features the incredible Shostakovich Piano Trio, Op. 67, written in 1944 and filled with Jewish themes. We also perform David Popper’s “Hungarian Rhapsody,”, Ernest Bloch’s “Nigun” from his Baal Shem Suite, and Joel Engel’s Freilach Trio. Performers are Emmanuel Borowsky, violin; Frances Borowsky, cello; and Daniel Weiser, piano/Artistic Director. Videography and editing by the Borowskys. 

“MUSIC of REFLECTION”

Part Two of our Jewish Festival, 2020

A concert of beautiful, meditative, and reflective music featuring Emmanuel Borowsky, violin; Frances Borowsky, cello; and Daniel Weiser, piano. With special guest, Ben Ellerin, tenor.

PROGRAM: Maurice Ravel—Kaddish J.S. Bach—Sarabande from 3rd Cello Suite Felix Mendelssohn—-Trio in D Minor (2nd mvt) Fanny Mendelssohn—Trio in D Minor (2nd mvt) Ned Rorem—Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening Claude Debussy—Trio in G Major (2nd mvt) Elizabeth Borowsky—-“Israel” from the Kessel Suite Paul Schoenfield—Cafe Music (2nd mvt).  Videography and editing by the Borowskys.

“JEWISH JOYS and SORROWS”

Part One of our Jewish Festival, 2020

A special Klezmer-inspired program featuring Eyal Bor, clarinet; Emmanuel Borowsky, violin; Darrah Fitzgerald, violin; Radhames Santos, viola; Frances Borowsky, cello: and Daniel Weiser, piano.

PROGRAM: Bela Kovacs—Sholom Alekhem, Rov Feidman Ernest Bloch—Prayer from Jewish Life Joseph Achron—Hebrew Melody Lev Kogan—Three Hassidic Tunes Joel Engel—-Freilachs Dance, Op. 21 Meira Warshauer—-Yiddish Fantasy Alexander Krein—Three Hebrew Sketches, Op. 12 Sergei Prokofiev—-Overture on Hebrew Themes, Op. 34

“TWO PIANO POWER”

Great works for Two Pianos

A Livestream concert from July 30, 2020 featuring great works for two pianos by Wolfgang Mozart, Anton Arensky, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Carlos Guastavino, Georges Bizet, and Cole Porter.  Performers are Daniel Lau and Daniel Weiser

“Frederic Chopin”–His Life & Music

Classicopia’s 20th Anniversary Celebration

This is a special Livestream concert presented by Artistic Director Daniel Weiser on the life and music of the great Frederic Chopin.  This program was presented live on June 21, 2020 to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Classicopia’s birth in the living room of President Marcia Colligan, when Dan played his first Chopin Salon.  Enjoy some of your favorite Chopin pieces, including Waltzes, Nocturnes, Preludes, Polonaises, Mazurkas, and the incredible 1st Ballade in G Minor

“Musical Mothers”

Piano Trios by Women Composers

A special Livestream concert presented by Fairlee Community Arts on June 5, 2020.  Artistic Director/pianist Daniel Weiser is joined by siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky in a program of piano trios by women composers.  Works by Clara Schumann, Fanny Mendelssohn, Cecile Chaminade, Elizabeth Borowsky, and Gwynneth Walker

 

“Jazzical”

Bolling Suite for Violin—Ragtime (mvt 6)

A concert presented by Fairlee Community Arts on November 17, 2019.  Program features the Suite for Violin and Jazz Piano Trio by Claude Bolling.  Musicians are Timothy Schwarz, violin; Craig Sandberg, bass; and Daniel Weiser, piano

“Quartessence”

Schumann Piano Quartet—3rd mvt

A concert presented at the First Congregational Church in Lebanon, NH on August 17, 2019.  Features Ralph Allen, violin; Sarah Hill, viola; Iris Jortner, cello; and Daniel Weiser, piano