Millennia Too!: February 3, 2012


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Alison Luedecke, organist and co-founder of the Millennia Too!, hails from Galveston, Texas. She is active across the US as a solo concert organist and has played in France, Canada, Mexico and Germany. She has been heard numerous times on the nationally syndicated radio show Pipedreams. As an ensemble musician she has performed with the Mainly Mozart Festival Orchestra, Symphony Silicon Valley; she is harpsichordist for Orchestra Nova, and she has performed with other chamber ensembles and symphonies. She is also the founder and organist with the highly acclaimed Millennia Consort. She earned the Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the Eastman School of Music as a student of David Craighead. Visit her website, CLICK HERE

Susan Barrett (oboe, oboe d'amore and English horn), co­founder of the Millennia Too!, is a native of East Hartford, Connecticut. She has performed extensively as a solo and chamber musician in the United States and Europe, recording for radio in France, Israel, Austria and Yugoslavia. She is Principal Oboe of the San Diego Chamber Orchestra and Classics 4 Kids Philharmonic. She can be heard on two compact discs with guitarist Randy Pile in Duo Cantilena, and has recorded the music of Mark Dorian. Aside from Susan's musical activities, she practices a holistic self-healing method called "Reiki Tummo" under the guidance of Grand Master Irmansyah Effendi of Indonesia.


Summer Carol: John Karl Hirten (b. 1956)

Andante: Josef Rheinberger (1839-1901)

Shaker Partita: Robert Jones (1932-1997)

Night Song: Craig Phillips (b. 1961)

Ms. Barrett & Dr. Luedecke

Toccata on "Hyfrydol": Craig Phillips

Dr. Luedecke, organ

Chant Mystique: Mary Beth Bennett (b. 1954)

Ms. Barrett, oboe d' amore & Dr. Luedecke, organ

Sonate III in A Major, Op. 65, No. 3: Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
Con moto maestoso
Andante tranquillo

Dr. Luedecke, organ

Foliage: i. Sprung: Jon Naples (b. 1954)
ii. Ate
ii. Fell
iv. Went

Ms. Barrett, oboe & Dr. Luedecke, organ