On Sunday, November 10, Barry hosted his 2019 Student Concert in the Performance Room at Keyboard Concepts in Sherman Oaks, CA. An enthusiastic audience heard 13 students perform a variety of musical styles, including classical, folk, pop, ragtime and broadway. See the complete program below…
Fall 2019 Student Concert
Student – Title – Composer (Arranger or Publisher)
Olivia M. – Walk in the Park – Barry & Linda Wehrli
Sam B. – Theme from The Magic Flute – W.A. Mozart (Arr. by Barry & Linda Wehrli)
Gabriel Cohen – Scattered Showers – Barry & Linda Wehrli
Nick B. – Waltz for Linda – Barry Wehrli
Rishi S. – Bridal Chorus Theme – Richard Wagner (Arr. by B & L Wehrli)
Longjing J. – Theme from Siciliano, Sonata No. 2 – J.S. Bach (Arr. by B & L Wehrli)
Batya K. – Theme from La Cinquantaine – Gabriel Marie (Arr. by B & L Wehrli)
David A. – Greensleeves – English Folk Song (Arr. by B & L Wehrli)
Batya K. – Theme from The Entertainer – Scott Joplin (Arr. by B & L Wehrli)
Alex L. – Excerpt from Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring – J.S. Bach (Arr. by B & L Wehrli)
Aeriel S. – Excerpt from Canon in D – Johann Pachelbel (Arr. by B & L Wehrli)
Donnell C. – Piano Concerto No. 2 – Sergei Rachmaninoff (Published by Kjos West)
Sandra N. – Prelude in C – J.S. Bach (Pub. by Kjos Music Company)
Alex L. – Excerpt from Prelude 7 – Barry Wehrli
Sandra N. – You’ll Never Walk Alone – Rodgers & Hammerstein (Arr. by Christine Johnson)
Wes M. – Doctor My Eyes – Jackson Browne (Arr. by Dan Collins)
After the concert, students, their families and guests enjoyed delicious gourmet foods by Chef Peter Miller, along with desserts generously donated by families. Thank you all!
A special thanks to Barry’s wife, Linda Wehrli, for her help with video, photography, set up and tear down, along with Keyboard Concepts owners Dennis Hagerty and Jeff Falgien, and Sherman Oaks sales manager Adam Chester for providing a wonderful Bosendorfer piano and space for our concert. Until next year!
Select videos from this concert can be found at the beginning of our YouTube Student Concerts Playlist and ends with Barry’s performance of Prelude 7.