Music: Sun Jan 27

Someone’s turning 263 today, even though he doesn’t look a day over 262!  Happy birthday, Mozart! Join us at 10 am for a Music for All Ages presentation, featuring Christian and Tycho Force and Music Director Adam Kent, to find out more about the home life of the world’s favorite Wunderkind. The Offertory features a work by Unitarian composer Béla Bartók, indicative of his interest in Eastern European folk music, in this case the indigenous music of Transylvania. The CUUC Choir is also on hand with messages of hope and joy, warming hearts in this coldest of seasons. Read on for programming details.

Centering Music: Tycho and Christian Force; Adam Kent, piano
Mozart at 263: a Music for All Ages Presentation, including
12 Variations on “Ah, vous dirai-je maman” K. 265

Anthem: CUUC Choir directed by Lisa N. Meyer and accompanied by Georgianna Pappas
I Hope You Dance    
Tia Sillers and Mark D. Sanders, arr. by Ed Lojeski

Transylvanian Dances
            1. Bagpipes
            2. Bear Dance
            3. Finale
                                                            Béla Bartók

Gaudeamus Hodie    
Earlene Rentz  

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