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Piano Recital
Cindy Josbena (piano)

8pm Saturday April 19, 2008
Center for the Arts
Homer, NY

HOMER, NY

Recital Program:

Evening Prelude ...................................... Cindy Josbena

Sonata in D Minor (The Tempest) Opus 31, No. 2 ....... Ludwig V. Beethoven
1.  Largo -- Allegro
2.  Adagio	
3.  Allegretto

Debussy Preludes ...................................... Claude Debussy
V.    Les Collines D’Anacapri (Book I)
VI.   General Lavine - eccentric (Book II)

Hungarian Rhapsody, No. 8 ............................. Franz Liszt

Cindy Josbena has served as the Founder and Artistic Director of the Grace Moore Concert Series and began the Mexico Community Arts Council. Her musical interests include both solo performance and accompanying. In solo performing, she has participated in numerous SUNY Oswego and other upstate concert programs. This recital is an extension of her performance activities, including a recital at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse.

Her wide experience with vocal and instrumental soloists and with choral groups in Onondaga and Oswego counties as well as for the NYSSMA Festivals have placed her much in demand throughout the Central New York Area. She has also taught periodically in the Department of Music at SUNY Oswego and has accompanied for the Oswego College Choir organizations as well as college student and faculty instrumental performances.

She has studied with Dr. John Little, and with Dr. Anthony Crain, Professor Emeritus of SUNY, Owego. She holds dual degrees in Piano Performance and Music Education from Mansfield University in Pennsylvania. Other current performing activities include two-piano performances with Dr. Anthony Crain.

In June of 2007, Mrs. Josbena retired after 31 years of private teaching and has recently acquired a Certification in Nutraceutical Consulting and Marketing.

This concert is being organized by Cortland Music with the support of:

The New York State Music Fund,
established by the New York State Attorney General at
Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.