Cellist Angela Lee and guitarist Marc Teicholz perform a beautiful varied program that includes music of Cuban composer Ricardo Iznaola, Brazilian composer Radames Gnattali and Czech composer Antonín Dvorák.
- Antonín Dvorák (1841–1904)
Sonatine in G Major, Op. 100, B. 183 (arr. V. Dešpalj)
Scherzo: Molto vivace
- Ricardo Iznaola
Musique de Salon (Suite No. 12)
I. Miniature purziènne (Prélude à la manière de Scriabine)
II. Étude (...pour le plaisir des doigts)
IV. Vase Française (La Belle Époque retrouvée)
- Radames Gnattali (1906–1988)
Sonata for Cello and Guitar
Angela Lee, cello
A graduate of The Juilliard School and Yale School of Music, cellist Angela Lee is a recipient of a Fulbright scholarship to study in London with William Pleeth, a grant from the Foundation for American Musicians in Europe, the Jury Prize in the Naumburg International Cello Competition, and a cello performance fellowship from the American-Scandinavian Foundation. She regularly performs as soloist and chamber musician throughout North America, Europe and Asia and gives master classes in the United States and abroad. With her two sisters—violinist Lisa Lee and pianist Melinda Lee Masur—Angela is a founding member of The Lee Trio (www.theleetrio.com) which won top prizes in the Kuhmo International Chamber Music Competition in Finland and the Gaetano Zinetti International Chamber Music Competition in Italy. Ms. Lee serves on the San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra Alumni Association Leadership Council and on the Board of Directors of The Resonance Project (https://music-resonance.org), which promotes live music in international conflict resolution. Her 1762 cello is made by Nicolo Gagliano from Naples, Italy.
Marc Teicholz, guitar
Marc Teicholz won first prize in the 1989 International Guitar Foundation of America competition. He has toured extensively throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Russia, receiving critical acclaim for his recitals and master classes. Mr. Teicholz also has toured Southeast Asia under the auspices of the U.S.I.A. Artistic Ambassador program and has appeared as a soloist with orchestras in Spain, Portugal, California and Hawaii. He currently records for Naxos and Sugo records. Mr.Teicholz graduated magna cum laude from Yale University and received an M.M. from the Yale School of Music and a J.D. from the Boalt School of Law at the University of California–Berkeley. He serves on the collegiate faculty at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.
Monthly Music at Noon concerts include a delicious hot buffet lunch before the concert.
Daytime Adult Learning and Culture Programs are made possible in part by the John R. Schwabacher Family as well as a grant from the Maimonides Fund at the Jewish Community Federation & Endowment Fund. We are grateful for their generous support.
Need a ride?
The OFJCC provides door-to-door rides for mobility-impaired seniors to all Community Tuesday lectures and concerts. The price is $10 for a round trip with the Community Tuesdays punch card. All reservations must be made by Thursday morning the week before the event. To make a reservation, contact Betty Saad at
[email protected] or (650) 223-8741.
Funded by the Senior Mobility Initiative at the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund.
Tuesday, November 19
12:00–1:30 PM | Early admittance at 11:40 AM for those who RSVP by November 17
Schultz Cultural Arts Hall
$25 or two punches of the Community Tuesdays Punch Card. Pay at the door.
Contact: Michelle Rosengaus | (650) 223-8616 | [email protected]