Angeline Leleux and William Bajzek
|Carolan's Welcome||Turlough O'Carolan (1670-1738)|
|Carolan's Ramble to Cashel|
|Angeline, fiddle and William, guitar|
|Nocturne #8 - Andante spianato||John Field (1782-1837)|
|Nocturne #5 - Andante tranquillo|
|Nocturne #3 - Un poco allegretto|
|Traditional Irish tunes - selections to be announced from the stage|
Angeline, fiddle, and William, flute
|Woodbrook||Traditional, arr. Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin (1950-2018)|
Angeline LeLeux grew up in Tulsa and has studied with Gloria N. Johnson, Aldo and Judith Mancinelli, Hans Boepple, and Thomas LaRatta. She holds a bachelor's degree in Piano Performance from Millikin University and a master's degree in Piano Pedagogy from Notre Dame de Namur University, and is an AmSAT certified teacher of the Alexander Technique. Currently, she teaches class piano, private piano, chamber ensemble, and Alexander Technique at Tulsa Community College Southeast.
Angeline has presented lecture/recitals on various topics at numerous schools, meetings, and events, including the California Association of Professional Music Teachers' State Conference in 2007. She has been an active member of MTNA since 1999 and serves as an adjudicator for OMTA whenever possible. Angeline is also an accompanist and chamber musician, and frequently performs both classical and Irish traditional music (on fiddle) with her husband, classical guitarist and wooden flute player William Bajzek.
William Bajzek has been playing guitar for thirty years and has focused on classical guitar since 2002, studying privately, in master classes, and at De Anza Community College in California. He enjoys performing solo and in ensembles whenever possible, and also plays Irish music on wooden flute and electronic music on computer and synthesizers. William writes software in his spare time.
Admission: Adults $5 | Seniors $3 | Students and Tulsa Historical Society Members Free.
Michelle Place, Executive Director, Tulsa Historical Society and Frankie James, Music at the Mansion Director.
For more information, contact the Tulsa Historical Society at 918/712-9484