Edwin Huizinga, violin
Melinda Coffey Armstead, piano & organ
Prelude to Worship
Sicilienne Op. 78 . . . Gabriel Fauré
Adagio Op. 11 . . . Samuel Barber
Oblivion . . . Astor Piazzolla
Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14 . . . Sergei Rachmaninoff
Excerpts from First Suite for Solo Cello . . . J. S. Bach
Sinfonia in E major . . . J. S. Bach
FIRE & GRACE live concert at CitF Sunday August 22 at 4 pm!
Tickets $50 – includes concert admission and their new Alma CD available online from Eventbrite.com. Proof of vaccination and mask required. Reception following on the deck.
Over the last year in the redwoods of Bonny Doon, Fire & Grace found a way to record our third album, Alma. We rehearsed in the fairy rings amongst ancient trees, and we performed in our backyards for small audiences of friends and music lovers. It was a year of finding any and all ways to continue to make music. Out of the ashes of the west coast fires, and a global pandemic we discovered so much incredible music, folk and baroque compositions that we love, and are excited to share with you all. This collection of pieces includes music from Argentina, Spain, Italy, Germany, and Sweden. We hope you enjoy. – Edwin Huizinga and Bill Coulter