Glenn Stallcop's Unreal Dwelling with violinist Steven Moeckel, Sept. 12

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Glenn Stallcop's Unreal Dwelling with violinist Steven Moeckel, Sept. 12

Phoenix Symphony concertmaster Steven Moeckel is coming back to Tucson on Sunday, Sept 12 to help the St. Andrew’s Bach Society close out its 2021 concert series.

Having Moeckel, concertmaster for the Phoenix Symphony and the Santa Fe Opera orchestra in New Mexico, on a Tucson stage is reason enough to celebrate. But throw in a world-premiere of a work that Moeckel commissioned from Arizona composer Glenn Stallcop during the pandemic, and the celebration takes on a whole new level of wow.

During next Sunday’s concert with harpist Stephen Hartman, Moeckel will perform the premiere of “The Unreal Dwelling After Basho,” composed by Phoenix Symphony double-bassist Glenn Stallcop.

 

What: Steven Moeckel in concert with harpist Stephen Hartman

Presented by: St. Andrew's Bach Society

When: 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 12

Where: Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 2331 E. Adams St.

Tickets: $15, $10 for students through standrewsbach.org/tickets

Program

Vaughan-Williams "The Lark Ascending," arranged by Stephen Hartman

Glenn Stallcop  "Unreal Dwelling" for Solo Violin (world premiere)

Korngold  "Romanze" from Concerto for Violin, arranged by Hartman

Carlos Salzedo  "Minuet, Siciliana and Seguidilla" for Solo Harp

Ysaye  Solo sonata for violin No 3, ‘Ballade'

Saint-Saens  "Fantasie" for Violin and Harp

Et cetera: "Sei Solo, Looking Within" comes out on vinyl and digital download on Thursday, Sept. 9.

• Moeckel and Hartman will perform a live-streamed event with The Way Back Sessions at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 9. Find it at The Way Back Sessions YouTube channel, tinyurl.com/m8z7spmh