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Music in the Galleries

Wednesday, October 3, 2012, 6:00 p.m.
Location: Reinberger Gallery (Gallery 212, 1916 Building)

About The Event

Free, no tickets required

Young artists from the Cleveland Institute of Music perform works by Kodály, Piazzolla, Grgin, Kovács, Molnar, Debussy, Hoover, and Mendelssohn for solo instruments and small ensembles.

 


Program

ZOLTÁN KODÁLY (1882–1967)
Sonata for Solo Cello, Op. 8
III: Allegro molto vivace
Performed by Matthew Allen, cello

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ASTOR PIAZZOLLA (1921–1992)
Tango Etude No.3

ANTE GRGIN (b. 1945)
Cappriccio for solo clarinet

BÉLA KOVÁCS (b. 1937)
Hommage à Manuel De Falla
Performed by Nikola Djurica, clarinet

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JOSEF MOLNAR (b. 1929)
Haru No Umi
Performed by Joseph Rebman, harp and Jeiran Hasan, flute

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CLAUDE DEBUSSY (1862–1918)
Syrinx

KATHERINE HOOVER (b. 1937)
Kokopelli
Performed by Jeiran Hasan, flute

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FELIX MENDELSSOHN (1809–1947)
String quartet Op. 44 No. 3 in E-flat Major
I: Allegro vivace
Performed by Veridian String Quartet
John Heffernan, Deborah Milburn, violin
Catherine Schilling, viola • Genevieve Tabby, cello

 

About the Performers

  • Matthew Allen, from Tallahassee, Florida, is a cellist in the studio of Dr. Melissa Kraut.
  • Nikola Djurica, from Belgrade, Serbia, is a clarinetist in the studio of Franklin Cohen.
  • Joseph Rebman, from Cincinnati, Ohio, is a harpist in the studio of Yolanda Kondonassis.
  • Jeiran Hasan, from Baku, Azerbaijan, is a flutist in the studios of Joshua Smith and Mary Kay Fink.
  • John Heffernan, from Manhattan Beach, California is a violinist in the studio of William Preucil.
  • Deborah Milburn, from Brooklyn, New York, is a senior violinist in the studio of Stephen Rose.
  • Catherine Schilling, from Mount Lebannon, Pennsylvania, is a senior violist in the studio of Jeffrey Irvine.
  • Genevieve Tabby, from Merion Station, Pennsylvania, is a senior cellist in the studio of Dr. Melissa Kraut.

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