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Music in the Galleries

Wednesday, January 2, 2013, 6:00 p.m.
Location: Reid Gallery (Gallery 217, 1916 Building)

About The Event

Free, no tickets required

Young artists and alumni from the Cleveland Institute of Music perform works by Honegger, J. S. Bach, Ibert, Martinů, Liszt, Rodrigo, and Barrios for solo instruments and small ensembles.


Program

KATHERINE HOOVER (b. 1937)
Kokopeli for flute solo

ARTHUR HONEGGER (1892–1955)
Danse de la Chèvre
Performed by Madeline Lucas, flute

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JOAQUÍN RODRIGO (1901–1999)
Tres Piezas Españolas
I. Fandango
II. Passacaglia
III. Zapateado
Performed by Krystin O’Mara, guitar

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J. S. BACH (1685–1750), arranged by Marcel Grandjany (1891–1975)
Fugue in D Minor, BWV 539

FRANZ LISZT (1811–1886), arranged by Henriette Renié (1875–1956)
Le Rossignol, S.250/1
Performed by Shelly Du, harp

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ARTHUR HONEGGER
Sonatine for Violin and Cello
I. Allegro
Performed by Emily Cornelius, violin and Carlos Javier, cello

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BOHUSLAV MARTINŮ (1890–1959)
Two Pieces for Harpsichord
Lento
Allegro con brio
Performed by Shuai Wang, harpsichord

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JACQUES IBERT (1890–1962)
Deux Interludes
Performed by Madeline Lucas, flute • Emily Cornelius, violin • and Shuai Wang, harpsichord


About the Performers
  • Madeline Lucas, completed her master’s degree at CIM in the studio of Joshua Smith, and is from Charlotte, North Carolina.
  • Krystin O’Mara is in the studio of Jason Vieaux, and is from Strongsville, Ohio.
  • Shelly Du is in the studio of Yolanda Kondonassis, and is from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
  • Shuai Wang, completed her Doctoral degree at CIM and studied with Anita Pontremoli, Daniel Shapiro and Paul Schenly; she is originally from Tianjin, China.
  • Carlos Javier completed his bachelor’s degree at CIM in the studio of Stephen Geber and is from Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Emily Cornelius is a graduate of the New England Conservatory and is from Midlothian, Virginia.

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