Adagio

Guitar / Flute or Guitar / Violin Classical Duo

About Adagio

Adagio is a guitar and flute or guitar and violin duo that specializes in elegant, classical acoustic music for intimate performance spaces, such as wedding ceremonies, cocktails, dinner events, or entertainment at wineries and upscale restaurants.

Guitar and Flute

Guitar and Flute Audio Clips

Solo Flute

Fantasie in Bb – Andante – Telemann

Fantasie in Bb – Allegro – Telemann

Wedding Ceremony

Bridal Chorus – Wagner

Wedding March – Mendelssohn

Canon in D – Pachelbel

Flower Song (Duet) – Delibes

Gymnopedie #1 – Satie

Minuet – Boccherini

Spring (From Four Seasons) – Vivaldi

All I Ask of You – A.L. Webber

Musette – Bach

Gavotte – Handel

Serenade – Schubert

Cocktails / Private Party

Romanza Andaluza – Sarasate

Cavatina – Myers

Blue Bossa – Dorham

Take 5 – Brubeck

Bungle in the Jungle – Tull

Fiddler on the Roof – standard

Garryowen – Irish standard

Misty – Jazz standard

Solo Guitar

Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring – Bach

The Entertainer – Scott Joplin

Concerto in D – Vivaldi

Midsummer’s Daydream

Guitarist Scot Silver

Guitarist Scot Silver majored in classical performance at West Chester University from 1987 to 1991. He earned the Hal Simons Memorial Award for Excellence in Music. Scot studied under Glenn Lyons while performing with the West Chester Classical Guitar Ensemble.

Scot advanced his jazz and pop playing through studies with Chuck Anderson. During that period, he began writing for both band and solo guitar. More about these projects can be found on ScotSilverMusic.com.

For Adagio, Scot is joined by one of two excellent performers, BelMary Lorcas or Rebecca Simon.

BelMary (violin)

BelMary is originally from Venezuela where she was part of the Internationally acclaimed “EL SISTEMA” and the Simon Bolivar Orchestra and Conservatory in Caracas. She has lived in the USA for over 15 years where she received her Master Degree in Music Education from Carnegie Mellon University. She is a Suzuki certified teacher with an extensive career in music education and performance. An active chamber musician, Ms. Lorcas has participated in recitals and music festivals in different venues in her native country as well as in the Philadelphia area.

Since she moved here in 2004, BelMary has been an active member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas, Greater Philadelphia Area Suzuki Association, is the Suzuki Academy Coordinator of the Community Music School in Collegeville, PA , performs with the “Gaudeamus Ensemble”, where she and Scot first met. Mrs. Lorcas is an active collaborator with “Casa de Venezuela” a non-profit organization for the Greater Philadelphia area. She has been performing with the “Ensemble Casa de Venezuela” since 2004 promoting and sharing her love for the folklore of her homeland. Since the Fall of 2013, Ms.Lorcas joined Arconetwork organization as the Junior Ensemble Conductor of the Elite Strings Program.She further joined the faculty team of Christopher Dock Mennonite High School in Lansdale,PA. Each summer BelMary is an a performing guest with the Chamber Art Music Festival in Madrid, Spain.

Rebecca (flute)

Rebecca Simon is a freelance performer and teacher in the Philadelphia area. She is the Professor of Flute at Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre, PA. She is also on the faculties of Suburban Music School, Germantown Academy and Nelly Berman School of Music. She maintains a busy teaching schedule of over 40 students. Rebecca is an active performer and chamber musician. She plays with the Orchestra Society of Philadelphia and is a substitute with the world-renowned New World Symphony. She has also played with the Lancaster Symphony, the Maryland Chamber Orchestra, and the National Orchestral Institute.

Rebecca completed her Master’s Degree in Flute Performance at the Peabody Conservatory in May of 1999. There she performed regularly as principal flutist of the Peabody Concert Orchestra, the Peabody Wind Ensemble and Mount Vernon Winds Woodwind Quintet. In 1986, she won the Maryland State MTNA Collegiate Artist Competition and was chosen as first runner-up at the regional level.

Sample Songlists

Classical Songlist
  • Air – Bach
  • Andante – Mozart
  • Annie Laurie – trad.
  • Ave Maria
  • Bridal Chorus – Wagner
  • Canon in D – Pachelbel
  • Cavatina – Myers
  • Cradle Song – Duarte
  • Flower Song – Delibes
  • Gavotte – Handel
  • Gymnopedie #1 – Satie
  • Hornpipe(Alla Danza) – Handel
  • Hymn – Vangelis
  • Irlandaise – Bolling
  • Jesu, Joy of man’s desiring – Bach
  • Little Italian Song – Tchaikovsky
  • Love Song – Duarte
  • Menuet – Bach
  • Menuet – Rameau
  • Minuett in A – Boccherini
  • Musette – Bach
  • Pavane – Faure
  • Polonaise – Mozart
  • Romance – Beethoven
  • Serenade  Shumann
  • Siciliana – Bach
  • Sleeper’s Awake – Bach
  • Spring(from Four Seasons) – Vivaldi
  • The Swan – Saint-Saens
  • Trumpet Voluntary in D – Purcell
  • Wedding March – Mendelssohn
Jazz / Contemporary Songlist
  • A sunday Kind of Love – Etta James
  • A Thousand Years – Christina Perri
  • All Blues – Miles Davis
  • All I ask of you – Webber(from Phantom of the opera)
  • All my loving – the beatles
  • All the things you are
  • All you need is love -The Beatles
  • Angel eyes
  • At last -Etta James
  • Autumn leaves
  • Better Together – Jack Johnson
  • Black Orpheus
  • Blue Bossa
  • Blue Monk
  • Bungle in the jungle – Jethro Tull
  • Can you feel the love tonight – Elton john
  • Cantaloupe island – Hancock
  • Can’t help falling in love – Elvis
  • Clocks – Coldplay
  • Crash into me – Dave Matthews
  • Crazy – Willie Nelson/Patsy Cline
  • Edelweiss – Rodgers/ Hammerstein (Sound of Music)
  • Eleanor Rigby – The Beatles
  • Falling slowly – from Once
  • Feels so good – Mangione
  • Fly me to the moon
  • Friends in low places -Garth Brooks
  • Hallelujah – Leonard Cohen
  • Happy – The Rolling Stones
  • Havana – Camila Cabello
  • Here comes the sun – The Beatles
  • How deep is your love -Bee Gees
  • In my life -The Beatles
  • In the mood -Joe Garland
  • Is this love -Bob Marley
  • Jurassic Park Theme
  • Just the 2 of us
  • Just the way you are -Bruno Mars
  • Killing me softly
  • Let it be -The Beatles
  • Lovesong – The Cure
  • Marry Me – Train
  • Marry You – Bruno Mars
  • Michelle – The Beatles
  • Misty
  • My favorite things
  • My girl
  • One Hand, One heart – Bernstein
  • Over the rainbow – (Wizard of OZ)
  • Perfect -Ed Sheeran
  • Photograph -Ed Sheeran
  • Romeo and Juliet -Dire Straits
  • Someone like you – (Jeckyl and Hyde)
  • Spanish eyes
  • St. Elmo’s Fire theme
  • Take 5 – Brubeck/Desmond
  • Thinking out loud -Ed Sheeran
  • What a wonderful world -Louis Armstrong
  • When I’m 64 – Lennon/McCartney
  • You and me -DMB
  • You are the sunshine of my life – Wonder
  • You’re my best friend – Queen
  • You’ve got a friend – James Taylor
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Solo Guitar Songlist
  • All Blues – Miles
  • Allemande -Corbetta
  • A 1000 years – C. Perri
  • As time goes by
  • At last – Etta James
  • Autumn Leaves
  • Ave Maria – Schubert
  • Bicycle built for two
  • Black Orpheus
  • Blue Bossa
  • Blue Monk
  • Bouree in Em – Bach
  • Canon in D – Vivaldi
  • Cantaloupe Island – Herbie Hancock
  • Can’t help falling in love -Elvis
  • Chameleon -Herbie Hancock
  • Cissy Strut -The Meters
  • Classical gas – Williams
  • Concerto in D – Vivaldi
  • Crash into me  – DMB
  • Dance of the Reed Flutes – Tchaikovsky
  • El noy de la mare – Trad.
  • The Entertainer – Joplin
  • Falling Slowly -From Once
  • Fly me to the moon
  • Galliard – Morlaye
  • Granada Skies – Scot Silver
  • Greensleeves – Trad.
  • Guardame las vacas – Narvaez
  • Guataca City
  • Gymnopedie #1 – Satie
  • Havana – Camila Cabello
  • Here comes the sun -The Beatles
  • If only my heart were young – Bruno Bavata
  • Jesu, Joy of man’s desiring – Bach
  • Jitterbug Waltz – Fats Waller
  • Kashmir – Led Zeppelin
  • Lovesong -The Cure
  • Marry Me – Train
  • Mediterranean Sundance – DiMeola
  • Menuet -Rameau
  • Midsummer Daydream – Emmett
  • Minuet #2 -Bach
  • Moanin  – Benny Golson
  • Perfect – Ed Sheeran
  • Prelude #1 – Bach
  • Prelude #1 – Villa-Lobos
  • Prelude in Dm – Bach
  • Rain Song – Led Zeppelin
  • Recuerdos de la Alhambra – Albeniz
  • Say you won’t let go-James Arthur
  • So What -Miles Davis
  • Spanish Guitar Blues – Byrd
  • Spanish Romance
  • Spring from Four seasons – Vivaldi
  • Take on me -Aha
  • Tempest -Jesse Cook
  • Tiger Mountain peasant Song – Fleet Foxes
  • Time in a bottle – Jim Croce
  • Wicked Game -Chris Isaak
  • Yesterday -The Beatles
  • You are my Sunshine
  • You are the sunshine of my life – Stevie Wonder
  • You name it – Scot Silver