Music at the Village Green
Village Green in Cutchogue
Cutchogue Village Green Cutchogue New Suffolk Historical Council
Main Road Cutchogue, NY 11935
Thursday, July 13th, 2023, 5:30pm-8:30pm
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Joseph Haydn
Terry Keevil, oboe; Stephen Gorgone, violin,
Dan Martinez, viola, Craig Mehler, cello
The Haydn Trio is an appealing, pastorale work, originally written for baryton, viola and cello. The baryton was a bowed string instrument played gamba style with additional sympathetic strings for resonance. The Mozart Quartet was written for Friedrich Ramm, Mozart's friend and virtuoso oboist.
Joseph Haydn Baryton Trio in C Major, Hob.XI:101
Fuga a 3 soggetti in contrappunto doppio
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Oboe Quartet K. 370 in F major (oboe, violin, viola, cello)
This is a production of
Cutchogue - New Suffolk Historical Council & North Fork Promotional Council
in collaboration with
Rites of Spring Music Festival
Terry Keevil, oboe
Terry Keevil, oboe, has performed with the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra and Choir of Sacred Music, and Lazar Gosman’s Tchaikovsky Orchestra. He is currently a member of North Shore Pro Musica and the South Fork Chamber Orchestra. Terry is the director of the Community Chamber Music Program at Stony Brook University. Terry received DMA and MM degrees from SUNY Stony Brook, where he studied with Steve Taylor and Ronald Roseman. As an undergraduate, he attended Amherst College and graduated from Sarah Lawrence College. For more information, see his website, www.terrykeevil.com
Stephen Gorgone, violin
Dr. Stephen Gorgone is a professional violist, violinist, piano accompanist, music teacher, and Feldenkrais Practitioner based on Long Island. He holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Stony Brook University and Master and Bachelor degrees from Ithaca College. In addition to maintaining a thriving private teaching studio, he is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Hofstra University. He is a founding member of the Whitman String Quartet, who studied with the Emerson String Quartet, and performs throughout Long Island as a violinist and violist with numerous other ensembles. stephengorgone.com
Dan Martinez, viola
Born and raised on Long Island, Dan Martinez is an award-winning music educator, conductor, violist, and violinist. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Viola Performance & Music Education from Ithaca College, as well as a Master degree from Stony Brook University. He serves as the Director of Orchestras at Newfield High School in Suffolk County and maintains an active performance career, showcasing classical and non-classical styles. In his spare time, he conducts and serves as a guest clinician for youth orchestras throughout New York State, mentors undergraduate music education majors, teaches privately, produces and co-directs theatrical productions, and advises the Newfield High School LGBTQ+ Alliance.
Craig Mehler, cello
Craig Mehler is a versatile cellist and teacher living in Suffolk County, New York. Craig frequently performs with cellist Joshua Epstein playing many styles of music including pop, classical, rock, jazz, and even video game music. Craig is a graduate of Ithaca College, where he received a MM in Cello Performance and SUNY Fredonia, where he received bachelor's degrees in music performance and music Education. Craig is currently the Orchestra Director at Paul J. Gelinas Junior High School in the Three Village CSD.
Public Funds come from the Statewide Community Regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by Huntington Arts Council.
Public Funds come from the Suffolk County Omnibus Grant, sponsored by Legislator Al Krupski and with the support of the Suffolk County Legislature. The Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation has provided additional dedicated support for music events in historical buildings.