LUCE - the Lawrence University Cello Ensemble

LUCE is the performing group of the Lawrence Cello Studio. There is usually a performance every fall at Bjorklunden and an on campus performance in the spring. On occasion, the ensemble will perform at other off campus venues.

 

Over the years, a number of pieces have been written for LUCE and published by the National Cello Institute and Latham Music Enterprises  - here is a partial list:

Robert Levy - Gentle Breezes (1987)
Robert Below - Homage to Villa-Lobos, op. 40 (1988) published by the National Cello Institute, 1994 
John Harmon - Eagle Feathers (1991) published by the National Cello Institute, 1994 and commissioned by the Lawrence Cello Ensemble (Lawrence University) with funding from the Fox Valley Arts Alliance and the Wisconsin String Teachers Association 
Robert Below - Three movements for Four Cellists, op. 49 (1992) published by Latham Music Enterprises, 1996 
Kenneth Schaphorst - Variations for Eight Cellos (1994) published by Latham Music Enterprises, 1996 and commissioned by the Lawrence Cello Ensemble (Lawrence University) with funding from the Fox Valley Arts Alliance
Matt Turner - Optionz (1995) published by Latham Music Enterprises, 1995 
John Downey - Angel Talk (1995) commissioned by the Lawrence University Cello Ensemble with funding from the Fox Valley Arts Alliance
James Chaudoir - Trois pieces breve (1995)
Robert Nieske - Cello Sextet (1995) 
Stephen Dobrogosz - Underture (1996) 
Jean Montés - Haiti Chérie (1997)
Devin Burke - Steps (2000) 
Paul Weber - Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament for 6 celli and baritone (2000)
Alaric Rocha - Pools of Reflections (2000) 
Stephen Yenger - Suite for Cello Ensemble (2000) 
John Harmon - Prarie Dances for trumpet and cello ensemble (2000) 
Michael Seamus O'Brien - Hoy Mondongo (2001)
Kevin Berdine - Tango de Noches (2009)
Kevin Berdine - Ragtime (2009)
Michael Seamus O'Brien - 3 Danzas populares argentinas (2009) published by the National Cello Institute
Mackelder Saintilus - Bel Ayiti (2012)
Jacques Anderson Bernier - Dancello No 1 (2012)
Sydney Guillaume - Lespwa (2012) commissioned by the Lawrence University Cello Ensemble and the Wisconsin Cello Society and published by Sydney Guillaume
 

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