We get to be back in person for a concert AND the performance features the long-awaited premiere of Andrew John Kosinski’s “A Walk Through the Garden.”
Our “Diversions” program will take away your cares! Come enjoy music by Haydn, Grieg, Beethoven, Debussy and the Maryland premiere of “A Walk Through the Garden,” the work that we and New Jersey-based Quinception co-commissioned.
Sat. April 2nd at 7:30pm Horowitz Center at Howard Community College 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway Columbia, MD 21044 Directions
Tickets $7-$18 (purchase one week ahead for early-bird discount!) www.howardcc.edu/concerts Horowitz Center Box Office 443-518-1500
Patagonia Winds was thrilled to feature music by women composers at the 2020 Mid-Atlantic Flute Convention in Herndon, VA with two of the composers in attendance!
Our February 16th performances included an appearance on the “Amanda Harberg plays music of Amanda Harberg” concert as well as our feature recital “Vive la Femme!”
We were honored to play Amanda Harberg’s “Suite for Wind Quintet” on the concert featuring her music. The 2017 work combines the rich tradition of renaissance and baroque dance suites with her own American voice. To have her in the audience and to know she was pleased with our performance topped off this exciting concert.
Our “Vive la Femme!” recital highlighted wind quintet works by modern women composers Alexandra Molnar-Suhajda, Katherine Hoover, and Valerie Coleman.
As part of the 2020 Mid-Atlantic Convention’s tribute to flutist and composer Katherine Hoover (1937-2018), we performed her little-known but delightful 1987 piece Qwindtet.
Our signature piece Three Nature Walks for Woodwind Quintet by local composer Alexandra Molnar-Suhajda featured visual elements in the final movement “Cherry Blossom Path,” with beautiful photography by David Soltysik. We were excited to have Alexandra in the audience and to know how gratified she was with our rendition of her beautiful work.
Valerie Coleman’s dynamic work Portraits of Josephine was also augmented with multi-media elements to highlight the life of American-born French entertainer, French Resistance agent, and civil rights activist Josephine Baker.
“Thanks for doing such an amazing job with the “Three Nature Walks,” that was absolutely the best performance of any piece I have ever had. You are an amazing group. It was incredible musicianship! Thank you so, so much.” – Alexandra Molnar-Suhajda, composer
This engaging concert takes chamber music out of the drawing room and to the public! Multi-media visual elements and commentary will draw you into the intimacy of chamber music, with exciting selections from Holst, Amanda Harberg, Alexandra Molnar-Suhajda, Valerie Coleman, and Mussorgsky.
The Baltimore Composer’s Forum presents the Patagonia Winds in a program featuring original works by: Garth Baxter, Gavin Brown, Ray Fields, Victor Frost, Ljiljana Jovanović, Harriet Katz, Josh Levin, Janice Macaulay, Jonathan Newmark, Ian Rashkin and Anna Rubin.
Patagonia Winds brings “Three Nature Walks” to Kensington this summer!
The Listen Local Composers’ Concert program features music by local composers: • Mark G. Simon: Un Buen Piola Porteño : tango/fantasia (clarinet and piano) • Jonathan Cohen: Just Below the Rainbow(2 flutes) • Alexandra Molnar-Suhajda Baldwin: Three Nature Walks (wind quintet) • And more!
Sunday, July 14th, 3:00pm Kensington Baptist Church 10100 Connecticut Ave. Kensington, MD 20895 (corner of Dresden Street and Connecticut Avenue)
Free ($20 donation gratefully accepted) Reception following the concert