Interlochen, MI / 2
This week, Christopher O’Riley joins some of the best young musicians from the Interlochen Center for the Arts, the jewel of Midwestern summer music programs.
You’ll meet a 16-year-old violist who finds that donning a ballroom gown helps relieve rehearsal frustration and you’ll hear a particularly vibrant flutist play Eldin Burton’s Sonatina for Flute and Piano. Also, we’ll introduce you to a bassoonist who excels in so many areas and endeavors, it might just make you want to throw in the towel!
Performers and Repertoire:
Flutist Elissa Pohorily, age 16, from Phoenix, AZ, performs Sonatina for Flute and Piano, Allegro Giocoso, Quasi Fandango by Eldin Burton
Pianist Olga Gorelik, 15, from Skokie, IL, performs Suite, Op. 14, Scherzo and Allegro Molto by Béla Bartók
The Interlochen Five (clarinetist Mark Dubac, 17, from Columbia, MD; bassoonist Sebastian Chaves, 19, from San Jose, Costa Rica; oboist Melanie Lavitan, 17, from Paramus, NJ; flutist Gwyn Zawisza, 18, from West Lafayette, IN; and French horn player Karla Vilchez, 19, from San Jose, Costa Rica) performs Three Short Pieces by Jacques Ibert
Host Christopher O’Riley performs Prelude in G Major, Op. 32, No. 5 by Sergei Rachmaninoff
Violist Nicole Swanson,16, from Lakeville, MN, performs Concerto for Viola, 2nd mvt. by William Walton
Bassoonist Lamont Barlow,16, from South Bend, IN, performs Concerto in F Major, Op. 75, 1st mvt. by Carl Maria von Weber
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