"Playing in the Cathedral of the Madeleine Sunday, Sonolumina wholly lived up to its name (a derivative of the scientific term "sonoluminescence" or "sound/light"). It played with lucidity, fluency and articulate eloquence. And Yoo, who is a talented conductor, brought out the best in the small ensemble. With his refined interpretive sense, he allowed the musicians the freedom to let the music unfold naturally. It was a winning collaboration, one which hopefully will be renewed here at future festivals."
T H E _S O N O L U M I N A E N S E M B L E
The SonoluminaEnsemble is made up of principal players from the Sonolumina Chamber Orchestra, presenting concerts and recroding. Clarinetists Russell Harlow and Lee Livengood, Violinist Dara Morales, Violist Leslie Harlow and Cellist Jesus Morales have recentrly recorded Ingolf Dahl's Concerto a Tre for Clarinet, Violin and Cello, the Quintet for Two Clarinets and Strings by Bohuslav Martinu and the Karel Husa Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Cello ("Evocations de Slovaquie") as the SonoluminaEnsemble. The compact disc recording is a Hybrid CD in SACD, Surround and Audio CD format available through the ISOMIKE Label. Click here for more information on the CD and for online ordering.
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Clarinetist Russell Harlow
Clarinetist Lee Livengood
Violinist Dara Morales
Violist Leslie Harlow
Cellist Jesus Morales
SonoluminaEnsemble performed these works together during 2007 in a concert for the Contemporary Music Consortium of Utah.
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T H E __S O N O L U M I N A__ C H A M B E R__ O R C H E S T R A
The Sonolumina Chamber Orchestra is a project of the Park City Chamber Music Society. The Orchestra is a group of top professional classical artists drawn from throughout Utah and beyond. The 2005 Season has included performances at the Cathedral of the Madeleine in Salt Lake City and St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church in Park City. Guest conductors included Scott Yoo, Gregory Glenn, Craig Jessop and Charles Ketcham. Works performed include "The Passion of St. John" by Johann Sebastian Bach featuring vocal soloists from the U.S. and England, "Flos Campi" and Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis by Ralph Vaughan Williams, the Utah Premiere of the Finzi Clarinet Concerto, and Serenades by Dvorak and Brahms. During 2005 Sonolumina has performed in concerts for the Madeleine Festival and the Autumn Classics Music Festival.
Concerts and Recording
Along with its regular season of three concert each in Salt Lake City and Park City, the Sonolumina Chamber Orchestra also contracts out to perform and record for the Utah Arts Festival, the Madeleine Festival and as the accompaniment orchestra for individual soloists who want to produce recordings with orchestra.
The Sonolumina Chamber Orchestra is supported in part by grants from the Utah Arts Council and the National Endowment of the Arts, the Summit County Restaurant, Transient and RAP Tax Funds, Einstein Bros' Bagels, and is a Project of the Park City Chamber Music Society, one of Summit County's oldest non-profit arts organizations. The orchestra is managed by Russell Harlow. The Sonolumina Chamber Orchestra is a member of the Park City/Summit County Chamber of Commerce. For more information of Park City/Summit County, visit www.parkcityinfo.com
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