Wolfeboro, NH / 182
This week, from the Heifetz International Music Institute in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, the line-up of young musicians includes a quartet of string players tackling a Robert Schumann classic, and a speed reading 16-year-old violinist playing Bazzini’s virtuosic Round of the Goblins.
Performers and repertoire:
Cellist Rainer Crosett, 17, from North Andover, MA performs Requiebros by Gaspar Cassado
Benji Bae, 16, violin, from Bothell, WA performs La Ronde des Lutins (Round of the Goblins), Op. 25 by Antonio Bazzini
Alex Grimes, 17, viola, from Alexandria, VA performs I. Allegro Moderato from Sonata per Arpeggione by Franz Schubert
Shiya Wang, 17, piano, from Flushing, NY, a Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist, performs La Danse D’Olaf, Op. 33/2 by Riccardo Pick-Mangiagalli
Kuan-Yu Annie Chen, 17, violin I, age 17 from Taiwan, Leah Nelson, 16, violin II, from Woodinville, WA, Alex Grimes, 17, viola, from Alexandria, VA, Clare Monfredo, 17, cello, from Seal Harbor, ME and Christopher O’Riley, piano perform I. Allegro brillante from Piano Quintet, Op. 44 by Robert Schumann
Performers & Repertoire
La Danse D’Olaf, Op. 33/2 by Riccardo Pick-Mangiagalli
I. Allegro brillante from Piano Quintet, Op. 44 by Robert Schumann
Monday, October 20, 2008
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