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Chuo University Music Study Group Mandolin Club 121st Subscription…

The Chuo University Mandolin Club (CUMC) has given its 121 subscription concert on Dec. 25, 2021 as a streaming concert.

The mandolin orchestra was founded in 1939. From 1965 it was conducted by mandolinist and composer Seiichi Suzuki. The mandolin orchestra has played many premieres of compositions by Seiichi Suzuki and other Japanese composers. More information can find on the website of the CUMC.

Chuo University Music Study Group Mandolin Club 121st Subscription Concert Live Streaming.

[Chuo University Music Study Group Mandolin Club 121st Subscription Concert]
Saturday, December 25, 2021 Open 13: 30 / Start 14: 00

Venue: Tokorozawa Civic Cultural Center Muse Ark Hall (10 minutes walk from Seibu Shinjuku Line “Aviation Park” station)


You can use the following buttonbs to jump to the individual pieces of the concert.


Nieves – Romanza e Bolero / Giacinto Lavitrano

Giacinto Lavitrano – Nieves – Romanza e Bolero


Quiete Notturna – Primo Silvestri Op. 34

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Videos for the CMSA Convention in the Clouds 2021

The 2021 Connvention of the Classical Mandolin Society of America (CMSA) was held as an online event. Several artists were invited to send videos of performances and workshops.

After the convention nunberous videos have been uploaded to youtube and are now available.

I have compiled the videos that I have found in this post.

Enjoy!

Sebastiaan de Grebber – Mandolin

GIOVALE – FANTASIA | Chi me frena – Lucia di Lammermoor – Donizetti | MANDOLIN solo – S DE GREBBER
PIAZZOLLA – Nightclub 1960 – Sebastiaan de GREBBER on a Lorenzo LIPPI mandolin & Philine COOPS piano

Robert Margo – Mandola / Octave Mandolin

Raffaele Calace, “Notturno Cielo Stellato, Op. 186”: Robert Margo, mandola in G
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Bundesjugendzupforchester Germany 2021

The German Bundesjugendzupforchester – The Youth Mandolin Orchestra of Germany – had it’s third meeting in August 2021. The Bundesjugenzupforchester was founded in 2019 by three young mandolin players from Germany: Laura Engelmann, Charlotte Kaiser und Clara Weise

The orchestra is composed of the best young mandolin, mandola and guitar players in Germany. The orchestra is conduced by Lisa Hummel. After several days of hard work the orchestra played two concerts, the second concert was also streamed live at youtube and is available as a video on the youtube channel of the Bundesjugendzupforchester:

In the youtube channel you can as well find videos of the performances of the first two years.

The Program – Das Konzertprogramm 2021

The program of this year was dedicated to female composers, with the exception of the mandolin concerto by Daigo Marumoto. I have taken some screenshots from the performance video to illustrate my post.

Maria Anna Martinez (1744 – 1812)
Continuo: Sophie Schlaubitz
Sinfonie in C-Dur
1.      Allegro con spirito
2.      Andante ma non troppo
3.      Allegro spirituoso

Freya Arde (* 1988)
Restlessness

Daigo Marumoto (* 1979)
Mandolin Concerto
Solistin: Kerstin Draken (Sonderpreis Bundeswettbewerb Jugend musiziert 2021)

Kerstin Draken was awarded a special prize – the invitation to the Bundesjugendzupforchester and the performance of the mandolin concerto by Daigo Marumoto – for the best performance at the 2021 competition Jugend musiziert.

Clara Schumann (1819 – 1886)
Bearbeitung: Lisa Hummel
Drei Fugen über Themen von J. S. Bach
1.      Fuge Es – Dur
2.      Fuge E – Dur
3.      Fuge g – Moll

Miwa Naito (* 1964)
Okinawa – Suite
Tagelied Matsuri
Lullaby for Momo

Louise Farrenc (1804 – 1875)
Bearbeitung: Christopher Grafschmidt
Symphonie Nr. 1 op. 32
Andante sostenuto – Allegro

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Warna Girls Mandolin Orchestra – India

In February 2020 the 4th Mandolin Festival in Goa, India took place.

At the festival the Warna Girls Mandolin Orchestra performed two pieces. The orchestra is composed of 12 young girls playing mandolins. Some girls are playing chords, the other girls play the melodie and other parts. They performed without printed music.

Traditional Folk Song from Goa

Obviously this song is a popular song, the audience started to clap hands and sing with the orchestra. You can also see Carlo Aonzo in the audience. He was invited to this mandolin festival and gave workshops and played in several concerts.

In the second video the orchestra plays a piece that reminds me to “My love is blue”.