If These Walls Could Sing…

Structurally Sound: If These Walls Could Sing

DCWS’ newest chamber music series, Structurally Sound presents chamber music in architecturally significant or interesting spaces with repertoire that relates to the space’s unique qualities.

Detroit’s Green Garage will host our second Structurally Sound concert. DCWS trumpeter David Ammer will take you through the building’s colorful 100-year history which includes automobiles, shoes, and collaborative work space.

Parking

Street Parking is available on 2nd Avenue, Cass and West Forest Avenue. Click here for a map of parking options

Parking is also available in the Wayne State Lots listed below.

Wayne State Lot 60 – 4710 Second

  • Runs between Cass and Second, south of Forest
  • Entrance is on Cass
  • $7 cash only machine. Any change will be given in quarters

Wayne State Structure 8 – 91 W. Forest

  • Structure is on Forest between Woodward and Cass
  • Pay is hourly, with $7 maximum charge. Payment may be made by cash or credit card

Wayne State Lot 72 – 4510 Cass

  • Street lot of off Cass
  • $7 credit card only fee

Musicians
David Ammer, trumpet
Melissa Maloney, soprano
Matthew Thompson, piano

Repertoire
Sonate pour Cornet et Piano, op. 18…….Thorvald Hansen (1847-1915)
I. Allegro con brio
II. Andante molto espressione
III. Allegro con anima

Primavera…………………Celius Dougherty (1902-1986)

In the Springtime Betty………..Jackson King (1928-1994)

I Will Be Earth……………………Gwyneth Walker (b. 1947)

Screw Spring……………………Richard Hundley (b. 1931)

Concert Waltz: “At the Beach”…….Virgil Thomson (1896-1989)

—– Intermission —–

Fanfare for The Green Garage: “4444 2nd”…….David Ammer (b. 1971)

Amor…………………………………….William Bolcom (b. 1938)

Sonata for Trumpet………………George Antheil (1900-1959)

I. Allegretto

always it’s Spring………………..Lee Hoiby (1926-2011)

II. Dolce – espressivo…………..George Antheil

Thy fingers make early flowers of………..Ricky Ian Gordon (b. 1956)

III. Scherzo: Vivace…………….George Antheil

when faces called flowers float out of the ground…..Dominick Argento (b. 1927)

IV. Allegretto………………….George Antheil

Detroit………………………..Robert Sherman (1925-2012)
Richard Sherman (b. 1928)