5th Annual International Student Concert & Webcast

April 19, 2010 at 11:30 pm Eastern
Program
Notes
Bios
Scores
Dedicated to the people of Poland, with deepest sympathies on the passing of their President, as well as to the families of all of the accident victims.
Traditional
Ume Flower
Naru Korean Contemporary Performing Arts:
Eun Sung Lee
Jeong Yoon Lee (MSM)
Sook Kim
Mi Jeung Shin
Hyunju Sung
Frédéric Chopin
(1810-1848)
"Melodia" from
17 Songs, Op. posth. 74
Witold Lutosławski
(1914-1994)
"Dzwony Cerkiewne" from
Five Songs
Marta Wryk, mezzo-soprano (Poland)
Adam Kośmieja, piano (Poland)
ISAAC ALBÉNIZ
(1860-1909)
"Granada" from
Suite Espagnola, Op. 47
MANUEL DE FALLA
(1876-1946)
"Danza Española No. 1" from
La vida breve
Victoria De La Vega, piano (Spain)
EDVARD GRIEG
(1843-1907)
"En Svane" from
Six Poems of Henrik Ibsen, Op. 25
DAVID MONRAD JOHANSEN
(1888-1974)
Min kjærest er som den
Nils Georg Nilsen, tenor (Norway)
Simon Xu, piano (France)
PJETER GACI
(1931-1995)
Ballade
Mialtin Zhezha, violin (Albania)
Rudin Lengo, piano (Canada / Albania)
YOSHINAO NAKADA
(1923-2000)
 
Yukuharu
KAZUYA SAHARA
(b. 1958)
Warabi Gami
Kyoko Ogawa, soprano (Japan)
Yuko Sato, piano (Japan)
BÉLA BARTÓK
(1881-1945)
Six Romanian Dances, Sz. 56
  • 1. Stick Dance
  • 2. Peasant Costume
  • 3. Standing Still
  • 4. Mountain Horn Song
  • 5. Romanian Garden Gate
  • 6. Little One
Alma F. Iuliano, piano (Romania)
STANISLAO GASTALDON
(1861-1939)
“Musica proibita” from
Mala Pasqua!
DONG SU SHIN
(b. 1956)
Mountain
Joo Won Kang, baritone (South Korea)
Francesco Fraboni, piano (Italy)
FRÉDÉRIC CHOPIN
Mazurka No. 3 in C minor, Op. 56
Adam Kośmieja, piano (Poland)
PETER TIEFENBACH
(b. 1960)
Excerpts from Six Nursery Rhymes
  • “There Was a Little Girl”
  • “Theophilus Thistledown”
  • “Lullabye”
  • “The Lady in Love”
Vania Chan, soprano (Canada)
Su Jung Jang, piano (South Korea)
CARLO MOMBELLI
(b. 1960)
Me, the Mango Picker
Nicky Schire, jazz voice (South Africa)
Mike Rivett, tenor saxophone (Australia)
Nick Paul, piano (United States)
Desmond White, bass (Australia)
Dustin Kaufman, drums (United States)