A group concert, playing music as listed, below.



Friends Home (indoors; directions below)

 925 New Garden Rd, Greensboro, NC 27410

Directions at the end of this document.


Mon. July 24

Gather at 6:30

Perform at 7:00


All violin equipment.

Music stand, if you’re reading music.

Music, prepared as explained below.


White top, dark bottoms.  Nice shorts and sandals are OK.

Masks required.



If you’re reading music, please:

1.      Print the music you’re playing on this list.                                   

If you’re playing a piece from memory, write the title on a piece of paper and put the paper in the piece’s place in the concert order.

2.     Punch holes in the music.

a.      Please don’t use plastic sleeves.

b.    Please organize multiple-page pieces in book format.

3.     Put it, in this order, in 3-ring binder that will lie flat on your music stand. 

4.     Those in Book 3 & up may play the duets for Book 1 pieces.

Those in Book 4 & up may play the other Suzuki duets parts that have been sent on email.


The Star-Spangled Banner

The Three Little Pigs

Bach Double, 1st movement

Bach Double, 2nd movement

2nd Seitz

Bach Bourree (no repeats)

Red Wing

Gavotte from Mignon

Two Grenadiers


Slavonic Dance No. 8


Gavotte by Gossec

Minuet 2


Perpetual Motion


Long, Long Ago

May Song

Lightly Row


Lift Every Voice and Sing






Coming from the direction of downtown.

--Drive west on W. Friendly Ave. until you pass Guilford College

--Right on New Garden Rd.

--Left onto Arcadia Lane. 

--Left on Ridgecrest.

--Left, into the parking lot, at the Friends Home Guilford sign.

You will be looking at Woolman Hall. Park anywhere in that lot. (You may have better luck with the parking spaces to the right as you pull in.)

--Enter at Woolman Hall (under the covered portico) through the sliding glass doors.

--Go left as you come in. Walk until you get to the elevators.

--Take elevator to 2nd floor,

--Left when you come off elevator and the living room will be down on your right probably about 30 feet or so.