The Manor Club will host an evening program of music entitled " "From the Romantic Period to Ragtime and Jazz Styles!”" with Dan Spitzer on clarinet and Cynthia Peterson on piano on Monday, January 27 at 7:30pm.

The one hour program will feature the music of Leonard Bernstein, John Novacek, Robert Schumann and Gordon Goodwin without intermission.

Clarinetist Spitzer has been on the Hoff-Barthelson Music School faculty since 2010, and has been a leading performer and educator in the New York area for several decades. He has performed with most of the area’s major orchestras, in Broadway pits, and at various summer music festivals. He has given masterclasses and performance-workshops internationally.

Pianist Cynthia Peterson has performed at the American Academy in Rome, throughout Canada, and in Washington DC, Philadelphia, Virginia and Minnesota as well as at many venues in the New York area.

RSVP to themanorclubofpelham@gmail.com by Friday, January 24. Light refreshments will be served. Admission: TMC members free; guests $10;non members $15.

The program "From the Romantic Period to Ragtime and Jazz Styles!":

Robert Schumann (1810-1856)

Three Romances for Clarinet and Piano,

op. 94, 1849

Nicht schnell (not fast)

2. Einfach, innig (simple, heartfelt)

Nicht schnell

Gordon Goodwin (1954 - )

Four Views for Clarinet and Piano

2012

Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990)

Sonata for Clarinet and Piano

1.Grazioso

2. Andantino/Vivace e leggiero

1941

John Novacek (1964 - )

Four Rags for Two Jons

Schenectady

4th Street Drag

Recuperation

Full Stride Ahead

2006

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