Flathead Valley Community College will open its fall concert series Sept. 18 featuring FVCC music faculty Wai Mizutani and accompanying artists. The free concert is the first of a six-part series presented by FVCC music faculty and students.
Mizutani, a master violinist and graduate of New York’s The Juilliard School and Manhattan School of Music, will be joined by Ladeine Thompson on piano, Idara Aguinaga on violin and guest artist Griffin Browne on cello. Voice will be performed by Iguinaga and Katie Pfennigs.
Pieces to be performed included “Moses Fantasy on A String,” “Medley” and “Witches’ Dance” by Paganini; “Suite No. 4 Prelude,” “Invention No. 12” and “Invention No. 13” by Bach; “The Swan” by Camille Saint-Saëns; “Divertimento” by J. Haydn; Chinese folk songs “Farewell to My Love” and “Come Home Early” by Ching ju Shih; “Habanera” from Carmen by Bizet; “Pace, pace mio Dio” from La Forza del Destino by Verdi; “The Grand Duo” by Wieniawski; “The Devil’s Trio” by Tartini; “Fisherman’s Song” by Li Guo-Quan; and “The Prayer” by Sager and Foster.
Open to the public, the event will take place at 7 p.m. in the large community room inside the Arts & Technology building on the college’s Kalispell campus.
For more information, call Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
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