Terry Keevil

Oboist – Performance – Instruction

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LICA concert Sunday, Dec. 15th, 2:00 pm, Bryant Library, Roslyn

This intriguing concert features works inspired by prominent Long Island composers, including Murray Cohen, Herb Deutsch, Herb Feldman, Marga Richter, Julie Mandel, Jane Leslie and others.  All of the pieces on the program are based on and inspired by paintings created by the artist, Milton Masur.  The performers include Terry Keevil, oboe, Bogdan Scurtu, clarinet, Rich Vaudrey, cello and Andrea Lodge, piano.  This free concert will take place at the Bryant Library in Roslyn, at 2:00 pm this Sunday, December 15th.

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Two Performances with the Choral Society of the Hamptons, Sunday, Dec. 8th

I’ll be performing two concerts with the Choral Society of the Hamptons and the South Fork Chamber Orchestra this Sunday, December 8th, at 3:00 and 5:30 pm at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church in Bridgehampton, NY.  Featured on the program will be “Ave Maris Stella” and “Christus Natus Est” by Cecelia McDowall, “In Terra Pax” by Gerald Finzi and “Fantasia on Christmas Carols” by Vaughan Williams.  For tickets, call the CSOH at 631 204-9402.

 

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North Shore Pro Musica concert, Sunday, December 1st, 5:00 pm

I’m performing this Sunday, December 1st, with the North Shore Pro Musica, at 5:00 pm in the Ward Melville Heritage Society Cultural Center in Stony Brook Village.  Featured on the program is the Bach Wedding Cantata and the Concerto in A Minor by Telemann, for Flute, Oboe, Violin and Continuo.  Tickets are $18.00 general admission and $12.00 for students

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In concert with Khorikos at Merkin Hall, Monday, March 11th

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Bach & Forth

I’m happy to tell you about a new group that I’m part of called “Bach & Forth”, as in starting with Bach, moving forth to other realms of music, returning to Bach and moving forth again.  Our group consists of Trudy Craney, soprano, who was in the original cast of “Nixon in China”, Linda Wetherill, flute, who was in the first group of Pierre Boulez’ IRCAM, myself on oboe and duduk, Rebecca Perea of “Counterclockwise” and “The Phoenix Trio” and Thom Bohlert, the director of music at the First Presbyterian Church in Easthampton.

We have two concerts scheduled at St. Peters Church in Manhatten at Lexington and 54th St., the first on Tuesday, February 26th at 8:00 pm and the second on Tuesday, May 14th also at 8:00 pm.  On the first concert, we will be performing several Bach arias, and a piece by Margaret Garwood called Six Japanese Songs involving soprano, oboe and piano, as well as a solo piece for cello by Ysaye.

We hope to see you there!

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North Shore Pro Musica

The North Shore Pro Musica chamber music group will present three concerts at the Cultural Center in the Ward Melville Heritage Organization, Stony Brook, NY.  All of the concerts take place on Sundays, at 5:00 pm.

January 27th, 2013 – featuring Betsy Palmedo, soprano, Terry Keevil,oboe, Mario Gotoh, viola and Dimitri Dover, piano.  Works on the program include songs by Hugo Wolf, “Blues for Paul” by Julie Mandel for Oboe and Piano and “Schilflieder” by August Klughardt for Oboe, Viola and Piano.  Tickets are $18.00 general admission and $12.00 for students.

March 3rd, 2013 – featuring the “Sonata for Flute, Oboe, Cello and Harpsichord” by Elliot Carter.

April 7th, 2013 – featuring “Pantomime” by Peter Child for oboe, violin, viola and ‘cello.

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Long Island Composers Alliance Concert

Sunday, October 14th, 2012, 2:00 pm at the Bryant Library, 2 Paper Mill Rd., Roslyn, NY

An eclectic mix of Long Island Composers works for oboe, clarinet, cello and piano will be presented.
Admission Free.  For more information, call 516-621-2240.

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Three Sundays, Ninety-nine Embraces

Terry Keevil Oboist and Music TeacherSeptember 2nd, 11am to 5pm

Hidden City concerts at the Remsenburg Academy,
130 South Country Rd.
Remsenburg, NY 11930

Hidden City is an improvising, World Music group, including George Cork Maul on keyboards, Douglas Baldwin on guitars
and myself on oboes and recorders.

Prints, drawings and textiles by Gina Gilmour and Eberle Damron

Free Admission. Bring a picnic, blanket or lawn chair and enjoy the
radiant synergy of the art work and the music.

Remsenburg is nine miles south of Riverhead between Eastport and
Westhampton.