Once again, graduate musicians from the School of Music will participate in the Conservatory Project at the Kennedy Center. On Saturday, February 25, three pianists will perform on the Millennium Stage.
Joo Hyeon Park ’12 AD will perform selections from Alexander Scriabin's Preludes, Op. 11, and Nikolai Medtner's Sonata Tragica in C minor, Op. 39, No. 5. Next, Rachel Cheung ’13 MM will perform Johannes Brahms's Six Pieces, Op. 118. Esther Park ’13 AD will play Mendelssohn's Fantasy in F-sharp minor, “Sonate ecossaise,” Op. 28, and two selections from Bartók's From Out of Doors.
This concert will stream live. Visit THIS PAGE at 6 pm EST on February 25 to watch the performance.
In addition, on March 11 in the Terrace Theater, the Kennedy Center presents a Three Cities Chamber Music Marathon of works from each of the three cities: Quatuor Thymos perform early twentieth-century music; members of the National Symphony Orchestra perform early music; and the third Conservatory Project Chamber Ensemble performs contemporary work as selected and directed by composer Johannes Maria Staud.
Pianist Lee Dionne ’13MM will represent the Yale School of Music in the Conservatory Project Chamber Ensemble, which is made up of a musician from each Conservatory Project school.
The Conservatory Project is an initiative of Performing Arts for Everyone's Millennium Stage. The semi-annual event is designed to present the best young musical artists in classical, jazz, musical theater, opera, and more from our nation's leading conservatories, colleges, and universities in performance at the Kennedy Center.
The project creates an ongoing showcase for our nation's exceptional young talent and introduces Washington audiences to young musicians on their way to having important careers.
Watch past Conservatory Project performances by Yale School of Music students HERE.