The weather in the Washington area is beautiful just now: sunny days with moderate temperatures and, (temporarily), low humidity; not unlike that of Andalucía. So, take advantage of this clement climate and come listen to one of my upcoming performances of a program I call ¡Sevilla! I’ll be presenting some really beautiful Spanish pieces by Milan, Sor, Moreno-Torroba, Falla and, especially… Turina’s Sevillana-Fantasía. Along with all this, I’ll be playing music by Poulenc and Villa-Lobos and featuring works by two American composers: George Antheil’s Printemps and Glenn Smith’s Lullaby for Peace and Joy. Not to be missed. I’m not even kidding! You’ve got two possibilities: Riderwood in Silver Spring, MD on June 3 and The Lyceum in Old Town, Alexandria, VA on June 9. Reservations for the Lyceum would probably be a good idea. Click on the Calendar tab for details. Come by and say hello afterward!


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