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Author Topic: Hector Garcia-Santana, Dec. 8 recital in College Park, MD  (Read 2195 times)
iumonito
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« on: November 07, 2007, 09:22:39 PM »

Hi all,

You are cordially invited to a short recital I plan to play on December 8, 2007, 7 pm, at University United Methodist Church, which is located at 3621 Campus Drive, College Park, MD. 

Program:  Mozart Sonata in A Major, K. 331; Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition.  Admission is free although donations to the church are of course encouraged.

Here are directions from the church's website:

From the Washington Beltway (Rt. 495) in Maryland:

Exit onto Route 1 South. Exit onto Greenbelt Road West (Route 193). Turn left onto Adelphi Road. At the next stop light, turn left onto Campus Drive. University United Methodist Church is the second church on your right.

From downtown Washington, D.C. on Constitution Avenue:

Turn onto Louisiana Avenue. Turn onto North Capitol Street (going north away from the capitol). Turn left onto Michigan Avenue. Stay on Michigan which will change names to Queens Chapel Road. Make slight left onto Adelphi Road (a sharp left will put you on East West Highway -Rt. 410). Turn right onto Campus Drive. University United Methodist Church is the second church on your right.

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« Reply #1 on: December 10, 2007, 05:37:55 AM »

 Wink  140 places where it could have gone better, but I had fun and I think my audience enjoyed themselves (thank God for their indulgence for my modest playing and our shared love for great music).

Mozart
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« Reply #2 on: December 11, 2007, 12:33:53 AM »

Congratulations! It's great that you did this.  One of our teachers may have been out that way, but he's not back yet.  I hope he went! 
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