The Joshua Trio

Emil Miland, cello | Ann Moss, soprano | Meredith Clark, harp

Sunday | January 21, 2018 | 4:00 pm
Noe Valley Ministry

This newly formed chamber ensemble comprises three artists who are beloved in the Bay Area—cellist Emil Miland, harpist Meredith Clark, and soprano Ann Moss. Born and raised in the Bay Area, Emil Miland has now been a member of the San Francisco Opera Orchestra for nearly 30 years. Ann Moss is a champion of contemporary vocal music who has been described as a “transformative artist” with a “sweetly crystalline sound” (San Francisco Classical Voice). Meredith Clark is a versatile harpist, whose varied interests have taken her all over the world to perform as a soloist, chamber musician, and as part of an orchestra. To help celebrate the 300th anniversary of Emil’s cello, these three prominent musicians will come together to deliver a performance unlike any other. All guests are invited to mingle with the artists at a hosted AfterParty reception and conversation moderated by Bruce Lamott, immediately following the performance.

Lou Harrison – Air, from Rapunzel; Suite for Cello and Harp; Song for Solo Cello, from Piano Trio
Pablo Casals – Song of the Birds (from the traditional Catalan)
Camille Saint-Saëns – The Swan
Howard Frazin – A Wren
Igor Stravinsky – Geese and Swans
Candace Forest – Rachel’s Dream plus a world premiere
Claude Debussy – Nuit d’étoiles
Juan Hidalgo – Ay, que Si, Ay, que No!
Leonard Bernstein – Dream With Me, from Peter Pan
Joni Mitchell (arranged by Liam Wade) – Blue; A Case of You; and Black Crow
David Carlson – Offering
Germaine Tailleferre – Sonata for Harp
Vartan Aghababian – An Amethyst Remembrance
Brian Fitzsousa – world premiere TBD

This Osher Inside Out and neo@noe concert is made possible by funding from the Grants for the Arts, the 
Bernard Osher Foundation, the Zellerbach Family Foundation and the William & Flora Hewlett Foundation.
The AfterParty is generously sponsored by Philippa Newfield & Phillip Gordon and La Boulangerie de Noe.