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Music in the Galleries

Wednesday, April 3, 2013, 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 Ysaÿe, J. S. Bach, Jörg Widmann, L. Couperin, and Barber for solo violin, cello, clarinet, harpsichord, and string quartet.


EUGÈNE YSAŸE (1858–1931)
Sonata No. 5 from Six Sonatas for Violin Solo, Op. 27
1. L’Aurore
2. Danse rustique

Performed by Mason Yu, violin

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J. S. BACH (1685–1750)
Cello Suite No. 5 in C Minor
Gavotte I & II

Performed by Genevieve Tabby, cello

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JÖRG WIDMANN (b. 1973)

Performed by Elinor Rufeizen, clarinet

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LOUIS COUPERIN (1626–1661)
Suite in G Minor

Performed by Qin Ying Tan, harpsichord

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SAMUEL BARBER (1910–1981)
String Quartet, Op. 11
I. Molto allegro e appassionato
II. Molto adagio
III. Molto allegro (come prima) - Presto

Performed by Telos String Quartet
Patrick Yim and Kurt Munstedt, violin
Rimbo Wong, viola • Sam Ericsson, cello

About the Performers

  • Mason Yu is a senior from Irvine, California, studying with Joel Smirnoff and Ivan Zenaty.
  • Genevieve Tabby, from Merion Station, Pennsylvania, is a senior cellist in the studio of Dr. Melissa Kraut.
  • Qin Ying Tan (harpsichord), from Singapore, is in the first year of doctoral studies with Peter Bennett.
  • Elinor Rufeizen (clarinet), from Tel-Aviv, Israel, is a senior in the studio of Franklin Cohen.

    The Telos String Quartet is made up of students who are seniors in the undergraduate degree program:
  • Patrick Yim, violin, from Honolulu, Hawaii, is in the studio of William Preucil.
  • Kurt Munstedt, violin, is a double major in audio engineering, and studies with Joel Smirnoff and Bruce Egre.
  • Rimbo Wong, viola, from Hong Kong, is in the studios of Jeffrey Irvine and Robert Vernon.
  • Sam Ericsson, cello, from East Orleans, Massachusetts, studies with Mark Kossower.

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