Courtroom Concert Program Details
January 26, 2017, Noon
Courtroom 317, Landmark Center
Hannah Peterson Green, flute • Joe Trucano, piano
Sonata in E flat Major BWV 1031—Johann Sebastian Bach
Allegro moderato • Siciliano • Allegro
Fantasie for flute and piano—Gabriel Fauré
Fantasie for flute and piano—Philippe Gaubert
Three Lakes—Daniel Dorff
Lake Wallenpaupack • Kezar Lake • Salmon Lake
The Cedarwood Duo has been collaborating and performing since 2013. In that time, the Cedarwood Duo has appeared throughout the Twin Cities, including the Schubert Club’s Courtroom Concert series, Minnesota Public Radio’s Pop Up Classical concert series, and on Minnesota Public Radio’s live broadcast from the Minnesota State Fair. In the 2016-17 season, they were selected as part of Minnesota Public Radio’s Class Notes Artist program and will perform throughout the state of Minnesota with dancers Leah Gallas and Blake Nellis.
Hannah Peterson Green holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Cincinnati College—Conservatory of Music, where she studied flute with Dr. Bradley Garner and piccolo with Dr. Heather Verbeck. Hannah has also studied with Adam Kuenzel, Greg Milliren, Julia Bogorad-Kogan, and Michele Frisch. She has performed in masterclasses for Michele Debost, Wissam Boustany, Mimi Stillman, Jill Felber, Alice Weinreb, and Aaron Goldman, among others. Hannah is an active performer and teacher in the Twin Cities. In addition to teaching private flute lessons in Saint Paul, she is on faculty at The Saint Paul Conservatory of Music in Downtown Saint Paul and Sarah Jane’s Music School in the Northeast Arts District of Minneapolis and is a Woodwind Section Coach and Teaching Artist at several local schools. Hannah has performed solo and chamber recitals at the Schubert Club. She has played with the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra, the Mankato Symphony Orchestra, and the Minnesota Opera Orchestra. Having performed everywhere from the skyways of downtown Minneapolis to the Teatro Caio Melisso in Spoleto Italy, Hannah is a new music enthusiast who is equally passionate about chamber, solo, and large ensemble music. Hannah is especially fond of new music and has premiered works by Jennifer Higdon, Michael Daugherty, Dana Wilson, Stephen Paulus and many more.
Joseph Trucano is a Saint Paul based performer, producer and creator dedicated to giving voice to all music. Currently, Joe works as a producer for Minnesota Public Radio/American Public Media’s nationally broadcast Pipedreams program, is the curator and artistic director of MPR’s Pop Up Classical series, is organist at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church in Shoreview, and, in addition to this, has served as an adjudicator for Classical MPR’s Minnesota Varsity Competition, researched and developed a new aural skills curriculum for Concordia College, produced concerts and theatrical chamber works throughout the U.S., performed live as a soloist on Classical MPR and is an active performer, composer and teacher within the Twin Cities and internationally. Local engagements have included appearances with the Schubert Club, Classical MPR, The Minneapolis Fringe Festival, VocalPoint Chorus, The APM Radio Choir and the Twin Cities American Guild of Organists. Joe holds a Master’s of Music Degree in Organ Performance and Literature from the Eastman School of Music, where he was the recipient of the James B. Cochran award for excellence in performance. Prior to that, he attended Concordia College in Moorhead, where he studied organ, cello and piano and was the first student in Concordia’s history to be awarded the prestigious Senior Honors award and orchestral appearance on two instruments (cello and organ).
October through April
Thursdays from 12pm – 1pm
Courtroom 317, Landmark Center
Hosted by Schubert Club
Composer-in-Residence, Abbie Betinis.
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Seating is limited and first come first served. Doors open at 11:30. Please call if you are attending as a group of 10 or more (651.292.3267).
Schedule & Programs Subject to Change