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Amor, performed by RESONANCE
RESONANCE performs Amor, an evening of Spanish music exploring all aspects of love. This is the third concert in our August Tunes of Passion: 4 Unforgettable Nights on Triangle Mountain online concert series. It is performed by Lisa Tinney, soprano; Joshua Amendt-Moylan, guitar; and Kathryn Le Gros, piano and clarinet. The program and artist bios for the concert are provided below.
The video will be available starting at 7pm, Saturday, August 14 and remains accessible until Thursday, August 19, 10pm PDT.
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Sorry, the streamed video "AMOR" is no longer available. Be sure to watch for the final streamed video from August Tunes of Passion: 4 Unforgettable Nights on Triangle Mountain.
1. Cancion Picaresca, Jose Palomino (1755-1810), for voice, guitar and piano
2. Cancion de cuna, anonymous (1762), for voice and piano
3. Seguidilla Dolorosa de una enamorada, Luis Mison ( - 1766), for voice and piano
4. Seguidillas Religiosas, Manuel Pla (1725-1766), for voice and piano
5. Lágrima, Francisco Tárrega, 1852 – 1909, for guitar
6. A Mi Madre, Fermin Maria Alvarez (1833-1898), for voice and piano
7. A Granada, Fermin Maria Alvarez (1833-1898), for voice and piano
8. La Manola, Rafael Taboada Mantilla (1838-1914), for voice and piano
9. Serenata Andaluza, Manuel de Falla (1876-1946), for clarinet and guitar
10. Nana, from Siete Canciones Populares Espanolas, Manuel de Falla (1876-1946) for voice and guitar
11. De los Alamos, Joaquín Rodrigo (1901-1999), for voice, guitar and piano
12. Del Cabello Mas Sutil, Fernando Obradors (1897-1945), for voice and piano
13. Spanish Dance No 1 from La Vita Breve, Manuel de Falla (1876-1946), for piano
14. No quiero tus avellanas, No IV from Seis Canciones Castellanas, Jesus Guridi (1886-1961), for voice and piano
15. Maja de Goya from Tonadillas, Enrique Granados (1867-1916), for voice and guitar
16. Callejeo, from Tonadillas, Enrique Granados (1867-1916), arr. Lisa Tinney for voice, clarinet and guitar
17. Cancion de Cuna Para Dormir a un Negrito, Xavier Montsalvatge (1912-2002), for voice, guitar and piano
18. Aria Bachianas Brasileiras, Heiter Villa- Lobos (1887-1959), for voice and guitar
19. Tango, Carlos Gardel (1890-1935), for clarinet and guitar
20. Serenata Gitana, M. Sandoval, (1902-1953) for voice and piano
21. Polo from Siete Canciones Populares Espanolas, Manuel de Falla (1876-1946), for voice, guitar and piano
22. La Mi Sola, Fernando Obradors (1897-1945), arr. Lisa Tinney for clarinet, guitar and piano
23. Begin the Beguine, Cole Porter (1891-1964), for voice, guitar and piano
24. Besame Mucho, Conseulo Velazquez (1916-2005), for voice, guitar and piano
Lisa Tinney, Soprano
Lisa Tinney holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Alberta and a Master of Arts degree in Classical Voice and History from the University of Victoria. Lisa has performed as a soloist in the Victoria area for the past 30 years, and toured Western Canada for several years as a backup singer with the Roy Orbison tribute band, The Lonely.
Lisa enjoys ensemble performance, and has sung in operetta, dinner theatre, and musical theatre reviews. Recent performances include a Schubertiade with Kathryn Le Gros and friends and she was a member of the chamber chorus in Vancouver Island Performers Guild’s recent performance of Handel’s Messiah. Lisa is a founding member of Melissima, an a capella women’s trio performing music from madrigals to musical theatre and is a long-standing member of the Norton Singers. A member of the local chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, Lisa has been teaching voice in the Victoria area for over thirty years.
Joshua Amendt-Moylan, Guitar
Saskatchewan born, Josh is an inspired creative who has a passion for creating music with others. He began learning guitar at an early age, experienced performing with a band in high school, then later moved to Victoria to pursue education in musical arts at the University of Victoria. It was there that he fell in love with Spanish and Classical music, leading him to invest more time into learning. Josh is continuing his studies with Alexander Dunn, as well as instructing various styles of guitar at the Victoria Conservatory of Music.
Kathryn Le_Gros, Piano
Kathryn enjoys playing piano and clarinet in chamber music and other small ensembles. After graduating Wilfrid Laurier’s Bachelor of Music program with a major in two instruments, she co-founded the Kitchener Waterloo Chamber Orchestra (and was also the manager for several years). She was a regular recitalist in southern Ontario before moving to Victoria in the 1990’s. In Victoria, she has played in classical and jazz trios quartets and quintets, as well as performed with singers and other instrumentalists. Recent performances on both clarinet and piano include An Die Musik (an evening of Schubert music), Amor (an evening of Spanish music) and Summer Fayre (light summer and garden music) with Resonance, Spring Romantique with cello and singers, classical repertoire with the Aerie Trio, light jazz with Broke and Blue (featuring music of Claude Bolling) and jazz with 5 Shadez of Blue. In addition to her musical pursuits, Kathryn had successful careers in downtown management and postsecondary education before recently retiring.