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Concert in the Galleries

Wednesday, November 2, 2011, 6:00–7:00 p.m.
Location: Donna and James Reid Gallery (Gallery 217, 1916 Building)

About The Event

Free, no tickets required

Students from the Cleveland Institute of Music perform works by Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich, Orekhov, Kadosa, and Farr for string quartet, guitar, and strings.


Program

SERGEI OREKHOV (1935–1998)
Troika Variations
Performed by Gideon Whitehead (guitar)

PAL KADOSA (1903–1983)
Sonatina for Solo Cello
Performed by Fedor Amosov

DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH (1906–1975)
String Quartet No. 9
Moderato con moto – Adagio – Allegretto – Adagio – Allegro
Performed by the Omer Quartet:
Mason Yu and Erica Tursi (violins)
Joseph LoCicero (viola)
Alexander Cox (cello)
(the movements are performed without pause)

PYOTR TCHAIKOVSKY (1840–1893)
Valse Sentimentale, Op. 51, No. 6 for violin and guitar
Performed by Natalie Lin (violin) and Gideon Whitehead (guitar)

GARETH FARR (B. 1968)
"Wakatipu" for solo violin
Performed by Natalie Lin

About the Performers
Performers on this evening's program are all students from the Cleveland Institute of Music.

  • Fedor Amosov is a first-year master's student from Moscow, Russia, in the studio of Stephen Geber.
  • Alexander Cox is a junior from Royal Palm Beach, Florida, studying with Melissa Kraut.
  • Natalie Lin is a second-year master's student from Auckland, New Zealand, in the studio of Paul Kantor.
  • Joseph LoCicero is a junior from Cheektowaga, New York, studying with Jeffrey Irvine.
  • Erica Tursi is a junior from Medford, New Jersey, studying with William Preucil.
  • Gideon Whitehead is a senior guitar major from Caznovia, Michigan, studying with Jason Vieaux.
  • Mason Yu is a junior from Irvine, California, studying with Paul Kantor.

These programs made possible in part by the Ernest L. and Louise M. Gartner Fund, the P. J. McMyler Musical Endowment Fund, and the Anton and Rose Zverina Music Fund.

Gallery concerts are made possible in part by the generosity of an anonymous donor.

Series Sponsors
 An AkzoNobel brand The Musart Society