Chamber Ensemble con Grazia supports new music by living composers, composers with a local connection, and CEG composers Grace Asquith and John Fuerst.
Orange by Grace Asquith
Orange (2017), for two treble flutes and piano, is part of a larger set titled Spectrum. Performance by flutists Chris Potter and Ginger Hedrick, with pianist Grace Asquith. For copies of this score, contact Grace@congrazia.com.
No Such Music by Grace Asquith
No Such Music (2009) was commissioned by ASTER Women's Chamber Choir for their 10th Anniversary concert in April 2010. SSAA, cello and piano. Dr. Christina Lynn-Craig is the founder and conductor of ASTER. For copies of this score, contact Grace@congrazia.com.
Set of Songs by John Fuerst
Set of Songs (1990) is performed by local baritone, Timothy Kennedy. These challenging pieces are musically descriptive of the imaginative text by Wallace Stevens. For copies of this score, contact Grace@congrazia.com. Originally composed for bass-baritone, Eric Van Camp, the song cycle was premiered at CMEA in Colorado Springs in 1990.
Violet by Grace Asquith
Violet (2018), for flute and piano, is a movement from the larger set, Spectrum, for flutes, alto flute, and piano. Performed at the Boulder Public Library May 13, 2018 by Ginger Hedrick, flute and Grace Asquith, piano. For copies of this score, contact Grace@congrazia.com.
Blue Stargrass by Karl Kroeger
A movement from Sand-Drift (1960), a set of six songs for high soprano and piano. Poetry by Sara Teasdale.
Metaphors by Karl Kroeger
Three songs for soprano and piano composed in 2013 for Chamber Ensemble con Grazia. Poetry by Madeline Cundiff.
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