Salonline 2021-11-21 Rosa Lamoreaux and Maribeth Gowan

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Sunday November 21, 2021
Emerson Avenue Salonlines Proudly Presents
a Live YouTube Broadcast

– A “hybrid” concert –

Rosa Lamoreaux, voice


Maribeth Gowen, piano

“Under the Moon”


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Two Songs of Love

Reynaldo Hahn (1874-1947)

“A Chloris”
Quand je fus pris au pavillon

J.S. Bach/Alessandro Marcello (1685-1750)

Adagio from Concerto in D minor, BWV 974

Three American Songs

Julius P. Williams (b. 1954)

“A Song”

Charles S. Brown (b. 1940)

“Leisure Cruise”

Jeraldine Saunders Herbison (b. 1941)

“I’ll Not Forget”

Morten Lauridsen (b. 1943)

“A Winter Come”

When Frost Moves Fast
As Birds Come Nearer
The Racing Waterfall
A Child Lay Down
Who Reads By Starlight
And What Of Love

Claude Debussy (1862-1918)

“La cathédrale engloutie”, prelude for piano
(from the second book of preludes published in 1910)

Beloved Schubert

Franz Schubert (1797-1828)

“Im Abendrot”

“Im Freien”

“Moment Musicaux”, Op. 94, No.2


“Der Wanderer An Den Mond”


Acclaimed in the Washington Post for “scrupulous musicianship…gorgeous sound and stylistic acuity”, soprano Rosa Lamoreaux has performed at Carnegie Hall, the Royal Albert Hall, the Leipzig Gewandhaus, the Kennedy Center and Strathmore Center for the Performing arts, in opera and oratorio, chamber music and as a recitalist. Upcoming highlights include the B minor Mass at the Bethlehem Bach Festival in May, a return to the Emerson Salon in January with her newest venture, OpenPageEnsemble commissioning and performing works of 20th and 21st c. composers. Ms. Lamoreaux has earned a solid reputation in the realms of early and contemporary music most recently, the Mother in the premiere of Lost Childhood, by Janice Hamer, with the National Philharmonic Orchestra. As a recitalist and chamber musician her venues include the Terrace Theatre, Folger Theatre, Kennedy Center, Strathmore, National Gallery of Art, the Louvre, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Cloisters, the Smithsonian, the Library of Congress, the Holocaust Museum, and the Phillips Collection, performing with the Choral Arts Society, Folger Consort, Musica Aperta, ArcoVoce, and Opera Lafayette. She is the recipient of numerous WAMMIE awards. For a complete discography and further information, please visit

Maribeth Gowen, praised as a “sensitive and passionate pianist” (Washington Post), specializes in the field of chamber music, working with many vocal and instrumental artists. A prize-winning soloist and chamber musician, Ms. Gowen has studied with Menahem Pressler of the Beaux Art Trio, members of the Guarneri Quartet, as well as in voice studios, including the studio of Todd Duncan, the first “Porgy” in Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess. Ms. Gowen’s many chamber performances include performances at the National Gallery of Art and the Phillips Collection, as well as the Lake Placid Summer Chamber Festival, the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, Chautauqua Institute, Symphony Hall in Chicago, Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York as well as in Europe.

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