The spring version of the UNCSA Chamber Tunes Festival, presented by the Faculty of Songs, wsick offer you two concert events featuring college, college students, and distinguished guest artists
Tatjana Masurenko, viola, and Peter Wiley, cello, as nicely as a operate by UNCSA composition
alumnus Tyson Davis (H.S. ’19).
The competition commences with a concert on Tuesday, March 14, that includes Tyson Davis’ “Abstractions”
for woodwind quintet (2018) Felix Mendelssohn’s Sextet in D major, Op. 110 Antonín
Dvořák’s Serenade for Wind Instruments in D slight, Op. 44 and Ludwig van Beethoven’s
Sextet in E flat key, Op. 81b (1770-1827).
A 2nd software on Saturday, March 18, with Tatjana Masurenko and Peter Wiley will
involve Gustav Mahler’s Piano Quartet in A minor Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Piano
Quartet in E flat major and Johannes Brahms’ String Quintet No. 2 in G important, Op.
Equally concert events will just take area at 7:30 p.m. in Watson Hall on the UNCSA campus. Tickets are $20 for older people, $15 for college students with valid ID, out there at uncsa.edu/performances and by contacting the box place of work at 336-721-1945. The concerts will also be livestreamed
as section of Are living From Watson Hall, absolutely free with registration.
Founded and led by creative directors Ida Bieler and Dmitri Vorobiev, the UNCSA Chamber Songs Pageant was launched in tumble 2021. The biannual festival gives
priceless prospects for students to perform along with college and guest artists,
and an intimate and satisfying knowledge for audiences.
School violinist Ida Bieler was launched into recognition when she received worldwide
competitions on a few continents at a quite youthful age. She has considering the fact that been a regular
performer in main music capitals throughout the globe, recording for radio and tv
on five continents and showing with main global orchestras.
“Incorporating youthful persons on the phase, who enjoy along with us, whilst becoming motivated
by the college and guest artists and enjoying fantastically in their have suitable, is a
superb detail,” Bieler explained. “It is magnificent that we can pass alongside our skilled
encounter, information, adore of audio, and advice to our college students. We purposefully
select guest artists who we know love doing the job with youthful persons and are ready to nurture
them and broaden their perspectives.”
A indigenous of Moscow, Russia, Dmitri Vorobiev was previously on the school at the University
of Northern Iowa Vivace International Songs Festival International Music Academy
in Pilsen, Czech Republic and the Cambridge Global String Academy in Cambridge,
“A large percentage of our learners get to complete in the chamber audio pageant, and
the benefit to the college students is priceless,” said Vorobiev. “It’s a truly distinctive prospect
for them to execute with these terrific artists as very well as the school.”
Celebrated for his “accurate intonation and heat of tone,” Grammy-nominated cellist
Peter Wiley entered the Curtis Institute at 13 many years of age and was appointed principal cellist
of the Cincinnati Symphony at age 20. He manufactured his concerto debut at Carnegie Corridor
in 1986 with the New York String Orchestra conducted by Alexander Schneider. As a
recitalist he has appeared at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Lincoln Center’s
Alice Tully Corridor. A member of the Beaux Arts Trio from 1987 to 1998, Wiley was cellist
of the Guarneri String Quartet from 2001 to 2009. A member of the piano quartet Opus
One, he is a earlier receiver of the prestigious Avery Fisher Occupation Grant.
Bieler and Wiley done collectively when they were just 16 underneath the path of
Schneider. Whilst she experienced now been executing professionally for a number of decades
at that point, it was her to start with Carnegie Hall performance.
“Peter is a learn cellist with a massive occupation,” Bieler stated. “In addition to his large
working experience, he is an optimistic and encouraging person. He is devoted to the fantastic
music that we are selling.”
Tatjana Masurenko, a top viola player of these days, has a distinctive type formed by her expressive
actively playing and intensive musical research. Alongside the excellent viola concertos by Walton,
Bartók and Hindemith, Masurenko’s large-ranging concert repertoire also contains present day
classical performs these types of as Schnittke, Gubaidulina and Kancheli and the not often carried out
viola concertos by Hartmann and Bartel. Just after a 30-calendar year occupation in Europe, Masurenko
joined the school in 2022 at the Colburn College in Los Angeles the place she teaches
viola and coaches chamber music.
“Tatjana is a multidimensional artist who has recorded extraordinary albums of new audio,”
Tyson Davis is a composition pupil at The Juilliard College exactly where he matriculated just after learning
at UNCSA with Lawrence Dillon. In the summer months of 2019, Davis was picked by the National Youth Orchestra (NYO) and
conductor Antonio Pappano to premiere his do the job “Delicate Rigidity,” commissioned by
the American Embassy in Berlin for the 30th anniversary of the drop of the Berlin
Wall, on tour with the NYO in Berlin, Edinburgh and Hamburg. Davis has obtained commissions
from The Juilliard String Quartet, the Albany Symphony, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra,
Eighth Blackbird, WQXR, the New York New Songs Ensemble, Metropolis Ensemble, and
other individuals. His not too long ago done perform, “Amorphous Figures” (String Quartet No. 2), to
be premiered in April 2023, was commissioned for the Juilliard String Quartet by Da
Digicam Society of Houston, The John F. Kennedy Middle for the Undertaking Arts, and
Chamber Songs Cincinnati. He is also now creating is effective for UNCSA college member Robert Younger, Zephyros Winds (of which Music Dean Saxton Rose is a member), pianist Jonathan Biss, and far more.
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