JULY 2015 

 

7/10, 7:00 pm

Variety Playhouse, Little Five Points, ATLANTA, GA

Community Music Center presents Student Showcase

 

7/18, 3:00 pm

First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta

ArtSpark Festival Chorus Concert, Flute

 

7/19, 3:00 pm,

First Presbyterian Chruch of Atlanta

ArtSpark Festival Orchestra, Flute

     Rossini: Barber of Seville Overture

     Mozart: Piano Concerto no. 23 A major, Nikola Markovic,                  Soloist

     Beethoven: 5th Symphony 

JUNE 2015

 

6/9, 6:30 pm

Lenbrook, ATLANTA, Vespers Service

Nick Bowden, Piano; Cain-Oscar Bergeron, Flute

     Bowden: "Voluntary," arr. Flute and Piano

     Rutter: Suite Antique, "Prelude" and "Aria"

     Hymn Settings for Flute and Piano

 

6/21, 9:00 am, 10:15 am, and 11:15 am

Peachtree Presbyterian Church of Atlanta

Andy Bayles, Piano; Guang Wang, Cello; 

     Cain-Oscar Bergeron, flute

     -Rutter: Suite Antique, "Prelude" and "Aria"

     -Hymn Arrangements for Choir and Orchestra

 

6/24, 7:30 pm

North Decatur Presbyterian Church

Southeast Stonewall Music Festival, Flute and Piano 

          (Randy Elkins, piano)

     Fauré: Berceuse and Sicilienne

     Debussy: Rêverie

     Godard: Allegretto

 

6/26, 7:30 pm

St. Luke's Episcopal Church-Atlanta, GA

Interfaith Worship Service Celebrating Marriage Equality

St. Luke's Choir, dir. Arlan Sunnarborg

     Durufle: Ubi Caritas

     Sunnarborg: Arr. Amazing Grace

     Hymn Settings and Arrangments

 

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MAY 2015

5/20, 9:30 pm

Mixx, Atlanta, GA

Open Mic Night with David Reeb, Piano and Vocal Soloists, Cain-Oscar Bergeron, flute; Randy Elkins, Sax

 

APRIL 2015

 

4/2, 6:30 pm

ST. LUKE'S Episcopal, ATLANTA, GA

Whitbourn, Lava Me, Flute

 

4/12, 11:00 am

Dogwood Festival, Piedmont Park, ATLANTA

Community Music Center of Atlanta presents

     Student Showcase

 

4/18, 7:oo pm

St. Paul's, NJ

Recital featuring the music of James Adler

 

4/21, 6:oo pm

Conelia Street Café, NYC

Salon Recital featuring the music of James Adler

 

4/26, 9:15 am and 11:00 am

St. Luke's Episcopal-Atlanta, GA

Christina Smith, Principal Flute, Atlanta Symphony

      Cain-Oscar Bergeron, flute

      St. Luke's Choir, dir. Arlan Sunnarborg

   Bach: Sheep May Safely Graze and

      Sonata from Cantata no. 106

 

MARCH 2015

 

3/15, Time TBA

ST. LUKE'S Episcopal, ATLANTA, GA

Franck, Panis Angelicus, Flute

St. Luke's Choir, dir. Arlan Sunnarborg

 

3/26, 11:00 am

St. Luke's, Episcopal, ATLANTA, GA

Flute and Organ Music during 

STAINED GLASS TOURS

 

Pictured below, left to right: Scott Wesley Hawley, Shane Barker, Cain Bergeron, Eric Ewazen, Erica Weiss, Jesse Lége

(Photo taken from Kenan Fellowship Artistic Project, 1/25/14)

Saturday, July 26 at 2:00 and 4:00 pm

Flushing Library

41-17 Main Street, Flushing, NY 11355

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With Chez Nous Autres (Cajun French for "Our Home"), Cain-Oscar Bergeron and his ensemble, Caïn et les Cadiens, take viewers on a musical journey across Cajun America while exploring the universality of change and the rebirth of the human spirit.  This musical and visual collaboration tells the story of the French settlers who became known as Acadians, or Cajuns.

 

Instrumental combinations including flute, piano, viola, accordion, guitar, and fiddle play in classical and Cajun folk styles to recount the journey of a people from the motherland of western France to Canada, and ultimately, southern Louisiana, known as Acadiana.  

 

Chez Nous Autres explores this cultural legacy and embodies the exclamation "Laissez le bon temps rouler!"  Let the good times roll!

 

Caïn et les Cadiens:

 

Cain-Oscar Bergeron, flute

 

Mark Kaczmarczyk, piano

 

Shane Barker, viola

 

Joined by:

 

JESSE LÉGE and BAYOU BREW:

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Jesse Lége, accordion and vocals

 

Erica Weiss, guitar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lincoln Center Local:

Queens Library Tour

presents

 

CAÏN ET LES CADIENS:

CHEZ NOUS AUTRES

FEBRUARY 2014

MAY 2014

2/1/14  (Saturday)  8pm

QUOtets-"Journeys"

LOCATION: Church of the Holy Apostles, NYC, NY

 

An evening of chamber music featuring members of the QUO (Queer Urban Orchestra) will include Eric Ewazen's Sonata no. 1 for Flute and Piano, as performed by Cain-Oscar Bergeron and Scott Wesley Hawley.

 

 

 

2/5/14 (Wednesday) 1pm

Fast-Track Teaching Artist Training Program

Lincoln Center Education

 

A brief performance of Debussy's Syrinx, Honegger's Danse de la Chèvre, and Varese's Density 21.5 by Cain-Oscar Bergeron will provide future Teaching Artists in training with a work of art to draw inspiration from.

 

 

 

2/23/14 (Sunday) 

John Rutter's Suite Antique

St. Catherine of Siena, Riverside, CT

 

The Suite Antique was written in 1979 in response to an invitation to write a piece for the Cookham Festival, and since Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No.5 was in the programme, Rutter decided to write for the same combination of instruments, using the forms and styles of Bach’s day.

 

The Suite is written for flute, harpsichord and strings with six movements ranging from a Bach-like aria to a jazz-influenced waltz. Rutter’s own style comes forth most strongly in the final Rondeau with its characteristically forward-driving rhythms and melodic lines.

 

The version you will hear for this performance has been reduced for performance with keyboard alone, but still captures the essence of each "antique" movement in the suite!

 

5/9/14 (Friday) 8 pm

Bach and Jazz Concert

St. Catherine of Siena, Riverside, CT

 

Join us on Friday, May 9th at 8pm for a Bach and Jazz Concert,

the third and final concert of the St. Catherine Concert Series!

 

Enjoy an evening of Bach and Jazz, featuring Bach's Brandenburg

Concerto no. 2, Claude Bolling's Suite for Flute and Jazz Trio, and 
Bach's Magnificat for Choir and Orchestra.

 

$25 general seating, $10 for Students.  Call (203) 637 3661.