Cleveland Classical Guitar Society + MOCA Cleveland

December 12, 2013 / 8:00pm

$10 for Students*
$15 for MOCA Members and Seniors*
$20 for Non-members

*Students and Seniors over 65 with a valid ID must purchase tickets at the Welcome Center to receive discount.

The Cleveland Institute of Music Guitar Quartet, featuring John Bogan, Phil Goldenberg, Krystin O'Mara, Erich Riebe
Jason Vieaux, director
MOCA Cleveland and the Cleveland Classical Guitar Society present guitarist Daniel Lippel, who will perform with special guests, oboist Frank Rosenwein and percussionist Luke Rinderknecht.
Daniel Lippel, called a "modern guitar polymath" (Guitar Review), enjoys a diverse career that includes international solo and chamber music performances, innovative commissions, special recording projects, and tours with non-classical ensembles. Lippel has premiered more than fifty new solo and chamber works written especially for him and his ensembles. He also co-founded and directs the independent label, New Focus Recordings, and plays in the critically acclaimed International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) as well as the new music quartet, Flexible Music. An active improviser and performer in non-classical styles, Lippel has been a touring member of the eclectic indie group Mice Parade since 2004. His recordings have earned widespread critical acclaim from Gramophone, American Record Guide, Guitar Review, Music Web International, and other publications. 
Highlights of his solo recital calendar over the last few seasons have included the Guitars International Guitar Weekend Festival at the Cleveland Institute of Music, the Ft. Worth Guitar Guild Festival at the Ft. Worth Modern Art Museum, the Triangle (N.C.) and Philadelphia Classical Guitar Societies, as well as recitals in Istanbul, Berlin, and Reykjavik. Lippel has worked with many eminent composers, including Mario Davidovsky, Nils Vigeland, Augusta Read Thomas, and Ursula Mamlok.
A member of the Metropolis Ensemble, Luke Rinderknecht made his debut with The Cleveland Orchestra performing Paul Creston's Marimba Concerto. He has performed orchestral and chamber music on four continents as a member of Metropolis Ensemble, The Knights, and Festival Chamber Music, and as a guest with Alarm Will Sound, the Metropolitan Opera, Buffalo Philharmonic, and the Orchestra of St. Luke's.
Frank Rosenwein joined The Cleveland Orchestra as principal oboe at the beginning of the 2005-06 season. He made his solo debut with the Orchestra in February 2007, in Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2. From 2002 to 2005, Mr. Rosenwein served as principal oboe of the San Diego Symphony and San Diego Opera. He also has served as guest principal oboe with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Two Variations by Nils Vigeland; Hine ma Tov, arr. Nils Vigeland
Joie Divisions by Ethan Wickman
Unfoldings by Mikel Kuehn
Inchokkillissa by Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate
9+-1 by Conrad Kehn (performed by the CIM Guitar Quartet)
Hine ma Tov, arr. Reiko Füting
Five Intermezzi by Ursula Mamlok
Mango Sketches by Dan Lippel; Hine Ma Tov,
arr. Dan Lippel
gestures from Shape of Hands by Van Stiefel
Come Chitarra by Ronald Roseman (1933-2000)
Daniel Lippel’s website:
Website of the Cleveland Orchestra:
Website of the Metropolis Ensemble:
Website of the Cleveland Classical Guitar Society: