Duo Intermezzo (piano and cello)

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Ensembles Intermezzo are groups of musicians devoted to the performance of popular classics, art songs and contemporary standards, in addition to their creative settings of hymns, spirituals, film, opera and Broadway music.

Duo Intermezzo piano and cello personnel are often joined by another instrumentalist (eg., oboe or violin) to form Trio Intermezzo, and vocal artists to form Lyric Intermezzo. All three ensembles delight audiences with their engaging performances in both formal and informal concert settings throughout the Southeastern United States. They are often featured performers on regional concert series, worship services, meetings, and programs for retirement communities.

Every performance is uniquely programmed to share the experience of great music with people of all ages and cultures. The versatile performers of Ensembles Intermezzo are also the perfect small group for weddings, funerals, dinner or luncheon parties, and receptions.

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Sample program for Duo Intermezzo or Trio Intermezzo

An Die Musik (To Music) Op. 88. No. 4 Franz Schubert
Kinderszenen (Scenes from Childhood), Opus 15 

  • Of Foreign Lands and People
  • Curious Story
Robert Schumann
Mazurka
None but the Lonely Heart
P.I. Tchaikovsky
This Fair Place Op. 21, No. 7
Variation VII from Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini
Sergei Rachmaninoff
Amelie Yann Tiersen
Wayfaring Stranger Spiritual; setting by Raney
Nessun Dorma Puccini
September Song Kurt Weill
Two of Us Lennon and McCartney
If I Loved You Richard Rodgers
Gabriel’s Oboe Ennio Morricone
As Time Goes By Hupfeld
Will You Remember Romberg
How Great Thou Art Boberg
Sample Holiday Program for Duo Or Trio Intermezzo
Christmas Joy D. Wyrtzen/Berry arr.
Still, Still, Still Austrian Carol
Deck The Halls! Welsh Carol
Gesu Bambino Pietro Yon (1886-1943)
I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day J.B. Calkin, arr. Wolaver/Berry
Coventry Carol British Carol
Birthday of a King William Neidlinger (1863-1924)
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas Hugh Martin (1914- )
Veni Emmanuel/Lo How a Rose French Chant/German Carol, arr. Raney/Berry
Prayer from Hansel and Gretel Engelbert Humperdinck, 1854-1921
Let There Be Peace on Earth Sy Miller and Jill Jackson



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