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Calendar 2022-2023

Join Jacqueline in the 2022 - 2023 season for a mixture of in-person and online performances. In addition to live and in-person performances, Jacqueline will continue her online concert series with monthly thematic performances on the third Friday of each month. During these short concerts, Jacqueline will perform a variety of solo harp music and offer some remarks about the music and composers. All of these performances will be available through Jacqueline's YouTube channel free of charge, with contributions accepted and will be available to view after the premiere. Scroll down for more information about all of Jacqueline's upcoming performances, both in-person and online.

SEPTEMBER 9 at 7:30pm

Live Concert: University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Join Jacqueline in the Concert Hall of the Performing Arts and Humanities Building at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore, MD) for a solo recital of music from the Paris Conservatory. Throughout this hour-long program, Jacqueline will perform varied works and also explore the intersection of music and composers at the Paris Conservatory, long the epicenter of classical harp. 

Tickets are $5 - $15. Click here for more information.

Program:
Impromptu-Caprice by Gabriel PIerné
• Prélude by André Jolivet

Variations pastorales sur un vieux noël              

   by Marcel Samuel-Rosseau
Divertissements a la française et a l'espagnole

   by André Caplet
• Images Suite no. 1 by Marcel Tournier

• Berceuse Russe by Marcel Tournier

• Trois Morceaux pour piano by Lili Boulanger,

   trans. by Jacqueline Pollauf

SEPTEMBER 16 at Noon

Online Concert: 
French Harp Music

Jacqueline presents a thirty minute online recital of music she has a strong affinity for, French works for the harp. Jacqueline will perform two large scale works by André Caplet and Marcel Tournier, with a short and unusual work by Maurice Ravel separating them

Program:
Divertissements a la française et a l'espagnole

   by André Caplet

• Prélude in a minor 
   by Maurice Ravel, trans. by Carlos Salzedo
• Images Suite no. 1 
   by Marcel Tournier

Online performances can be watched in real time or at a later date. Click here to view the concert.

SEPTEMBER 21 at 11:15am

Live Concert: Community
College of Baltimore County

Join Jacqueline in person in the Center for the Arts Lounge at the Community College of Baltimore County's Catonsville Campus (800 S. Rolling Road, Catonsville, MD) for a solo recital of music from the Paris Conservatory. Throughout this hour-long program, Jacqueline will perform varied works and also explore the intersection of music and composers at the Paris Conservatory, long the epicenter of classical harp. 

Tickets are free. 
 

Program:
Impromptu-Caprice by Gabriel PIerné
• Prélude by André Jolivet

Variations pastorales sur un vieux noël              

   by Marcel Samuel-Rosseau
Divertissements a la française et a l'espagnole

   by André Caplet
• Images Suite no. 1 by Marcel Tournier

• Berceuse Russe by Marcel Tournier

• Trois Morceaux pour piano by Lili Boulanger,

   trans. by Jacqueline Pollauf

SEPTEMBER 23 at 12:20pm

Live Concert: Community
College of Baltimore County

Join Jacqueline in person in the Recital Hall of the Arts and Humanities Hall at the Community College of Baltimore County's Essex Campus (7201 Rossville Boulevard, Baltimore, MD) for a solo recital of music from the Paris Conservatory. Throughout this hour-long program, Jacqueline will perform varied works and also explore the intersection of music and composers at the Paris Conservatory, long the epicenter of classical harp. 

Tickets are free. 

Program:
Impromptu-Caprice by Gabriel PIerné
• Prélude by André Jolivet

Variations pastorales sur un vieux noël              

   by Marcel Samuel-Rosseau
Divertissements a la française et a l'espagnole

   by André Caplet
• Images Suite no. 1 by Marcel Tournier

• Berceuse Russe by Marcel Tournier

• Trois Morceaux pour piano by Lili Boulanger,

   trans. by Jacqueline Pollauf

October 21 at Noon

Online Concert:
Little-Known Works for the Harp

Jacqueline presents a thirty minute online recital of little-known works for the harp. Although there are many beautiful pieces of harp repertoire that are frequently performed, the works on this program are off the beaten path and include a couple of unusual composers.

Program:
Deux Pieces by Jeanne Adrienne Kufferath

Adoration by Florence Price, trans. Jacqueline Pollauf

The Mermaid's Chimes by Carlos Salzedo
• Lotus Land by Cyril Scott, trans. Jacqueline Pollauf

Online performances can be watched in real time or at a later date. Click here to view the concert.

 

OCTOBER 23 at 3pm

Live Concert: Trio Sirènes on Catonsville Concerts at 3

Trio Sirènes (Marcia McHugh, flute; Karin Brown, viola; Jacqueline Pollauf, harp) presents an in person concert on the Catonsville Concerts at 3 series (Catonsville Presbyterian Church, 1400 Frederick Road, Catonsville, MD). Join the trio for a chamber music recital of a variety of works, including music by Maurice Ravel, Robert Paterson, and Sergei Prokofiev. Admission is free.

More information is available here.

November 11 at Noon

Live Concert:
The Friday Noon Concert Series

Join Jacqueline in person at the Arts Club of Washington (2022 I Street NW, Washington D.C.) for a thirty-minute solo harp performance. The program will feature music by John Thomas, Alphonse Hasselmans and William Alwyn. Throughout the program, Jacqueline will offer a few thoughts on her selections. Admission is free and open to the public.

 

NOVEMBER 18 at Noon

Online Concert:
Welsh Composers for the Harp

Jacqueline presents a thirty minute online recital of music by John Thomas and John Parry, two Welsh composers and virtuoso harpists who lived a century apart. Each intimately understood the harp and how to compose for it.

Program:
Watching the Wheat by John Thomas

Sonata in D Major by John Parry

    I. Allegro

    II. Andante

    III. Gavotte
David of the White Rock 
by John Thomas

Online performances can be watched in real time or at a later date. Click here to view the concert.

DECEMBER 9 at 7:30pm

Live Concert:
Emmanuel Choir

Jacqueline joins the Emmanuel Choir at Emmanuel Episcopal Church (811 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD) for a performance of holiday music, including Benjamin Britten's classic work, A Ceremony of Carols.

Click here for more information.

DECEMBER 11 at 4pm

Live Concert:
Candlelight Choral Service

Jacqueline joins the choir at First and Franklin Church (210 W. Madison Street, Baltimore, MD) for their beloved holiday performance, the Candlelight Choral Concert. Part church service and part traditional concert, this beautiful and memorable event features lovely music for harp and choir.

Click here for more information.

DECEMBER 16 at Noon

Online Concert:
Holiday Harp Music 

Jacqueline presents a thirty minute online recital of classical and traditional holiday works. Join her for old favorites as well as unusual works.

Program:

O Come, O Come Emmanuel 

   13th Century Plainsong, arr. Jacqueline Pollauf
• Of the Father's Love Begotten 

   13th Century Plainsong, arr. Jacqueline Pollauf        

Six Noëls, Op. 32 
   
by Marcel Tournier

Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

   by Hugh Marin, arr. Skaila Kanga

Online performances can be watched in real time or at a later date. Click here to view the concert.

DECEMBER 17 at 3pm

Live Concert:
The Harford Choral Society

Jacqueline joins the Harford Choral Society for a performance of holiday music, including Camile Saint-Saëns Oratorio de Noël. The performance will take place at St. Matthew Lutheran Church (1200 E. Churchville Road, Bel Air, MD).

DECEMBER 18 at 3pm

Live Concert:
The Harford Choral Society

Jacqueline joins the Harford Choral Society for a performance of holiday music, including Camile Saint-Saëns Oratorio de Noël. The performance will take place at Grace United Methodist Church (5407 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD).

FEBRUARY 17 at Noon

Online Concert:
American Songbook

Jacqueline presents a thirty minute online recital with works from the Great American Songbook. Join her to hear some beautiful standards, as well as a couple of lesser know works.

• Embraceable You
    
by George Gershwin, arr. Verlye Mills

• What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?

    by Michel Legrand, arr. Stella Castellucci

• Ain't Misbehavin'
    
by Fats Waller, arr. John Escosa

• Over the Rainbow
    by Harold Arlen, arr. Jacqueline Pollauf

• Misty 
    
by Erroll Garner, arr. Skaila Kanga

Online performances can be watched in real time or at a later date, available through Jacqueline's YouTube channel.

MARCH 17 at Noon

Online Concert:
Harp Showpieces

Jacqueline presents a thirty minute online recital of two exciting and well-known pieces of harp repertoire that showcase the instrument and its capabilities. In addition to these works by Fauré and Spohr, Jacqueline will also perform an arrangement of Danny Boy in honor of St. Patrick's Day.

• Impromptu, op. 86 by Gabriel Fauré

• Fantasia for Harp, op. 35 by Louis Spohr

• Danny Boy (Londonderry Air), traditional Irish,

   arr. Carlos Salzedo

 

Online performances can be watched in real time or at a later date, available through Jacqueline's YouTube channel. ,, 

MARCH 24 at 7:30pm

Live Concert:
Opera Baltimore

Jacqueline joins Opera Baltimore for a performance of La Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi at Stephens Hall at Towson University (Towson, MD).

Click here for more information.

MARCH 25 at 3pm

Live Concert:
Light Street Library Branch

Initially scheduled for March 11, this performance was postponed until March 25 due to illness.

Jacqueline gives an hour long solo performance at the Light Street Branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library (1251 Light Street, Baltimore, MD). She'll perform a variety of harp music with a focus on women composers, including works by Grace Becker Vamos, Alphonse Hasselmans, and Florence Price. 

The performance is free and open to the public. 

MARCH 26 at 3pm

Live Concert:
Opera Baltimore

Jacqueline joins Opera Baltimore for a performance of La Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi at Stephens Hall at Towson University (Towson, MD).

Click here for more information.

APRIL 21 at Noon

Online Concert:
The Harp in Springtime

Jacqueline presents a thirty minute online recital of solo harp works revolving around springtime. Throughout the program, Jacqueline will offer her thoughts about each piece.

• Quatre Prèludes, op. 16 by Marcel Tournier

• Les Cerisiers en Fleurs, op. 41 by Marcel Grandjany

• Rhapsodie by Marcel Grandjany

Online performances can be watched in real time or at a later date, available through Jacqueline's YouTube channel.

MAY 13 at 7pm

Live Concert:
Maryland Symphony Orchestra

The Maryland Symphony Orchestra premieres "The Spell" by composer Arshak Sirunyan in a production featuring ballet, theatrical animation and music. The performance will take place at the Maryland Theater in Hagerstown, MD. 

More information is available here.

MAY 14 at 3pm

Live Concert:
Maryland Symphony Orchestra

The Maryland Symphony Orchestra premieres "The Spell" by composer Arshak Sirunyan in a production featuring ballet, theatrical animation and music. The performance will take place at the Maryland Theater in Hagerstown, MD. 

More information is available here.

MAY 19 at Noon

Online Concert:
Lamentations

Join Jacqueline for a thirty minute online recital of solo harp pieces that explore lamentations. These dramatic works highlight the harp's expressive capabilities.

Lamento by Alphonse Hasselmans

Gymnopedie no. 1 by Erik Satie, trans. J. Pollauf

Summer Interlude and Autumn Dance 

   by Betty Jackson King, trans. J. Pollauf

Pour le tombeau d'Orphée by Marius Flothuis

Online performances can be watched in real time or at a later date, available through Jacqueline's YouTube channel.

MAY 27 at 2pm

Live Concert:
An die Musik

Jacqueline presents a solo recital at Baltimore venue An die Musik (409 North Charles Street), featuring music by Claude Debussy, Florence Price, and Marcel Grandjany.

Tickets are $10 - $20. Click here for more information.

JUNE 2 at 3pm

Live Concert: Summer Institute,
American Harp Society 

Jacqueline presents a thirty minute lecture recital on three women composers for the Summer Institute of the American Harp Society. The Summer Institute will take place from June 1 - 4 at the Colburn School in Los Angeles, California.

 

Fontainebleau Suite
   by Grace Becker Vamos

   I. Palace Lake

   II. Summer Night

Four Seasonal Sketches

   by Betty Jackson King, trans. Jacqueline Pollauf

   II. Summer Interlude

   III. Autumn Dance

 

Trois Morceaux pour piano

    by Lili Boulanger, trans. Jacqueline Pollauf

   I. D'un vieux jardin 

   II. D'un jardin clair

   III. Cortège

Click here for more information.

JUNE 4 at 7:30pm

Live Concert: Trio Sirènes on Chamber Music by Candlelight

Trio Sirènes (Marcia McHugh, flute; Karin Brown, viola; and Jacqueline Pollauf, harp) performs The Garden of Joys and Sorrows by Sofia Gubaidulina on the Chamber Music by Candlelight Series, taking place at Second Presbyterian Church (4200 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, MD). Tickets are free. 

Click here for more information.

JUNE 11 at 4pm

Live Concert:
Music at St. John's Series

Jacqueline gives a solo recital on the Music at St. John's Series (St. John's Episcopal Church, 101 S. Prospect Street, Hagerstown, MD). The program will include music by Marcel Grandjany, Lili Boulanger, and Marius Flothuis.

JUNE 21 at 11am

Live Performance:
Hereford Library Branch

Jacqueline gives an informal performance at the Hereford Branch of the Baltimore County Public Library (16940 York Road, Hereford, MD). Presented on the library floor, this performance is part of Make Music Day. 

Free and open to the public.
 

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