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Yale Philharmonia presents concerti and more in Sprague Hall Feb. 26

13-004 Yale Philharmonia — Yale School of Music 2013The Yale School of Music presents the Yale Philharmonia on Friday, February 26 at 7:30 pm. Conducting fellow Heejung Park will lead the orchestra in works by Beethoven, Lieberson, and Haydn.

The first half of the program will feature the two students in the School of Music’s newly revised Artist Diploma program: pianist Wai-Yin Wong and mezzo-soprano Evanna Chiew. Wong will open the program as the soloist in Beethoven‘s Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37.

Mezzo-soprano Evanna Chiew will join the orchestra for the Neruda Songs by American composer Peter Lieberson. Written for his wife, singer Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, the work is a cycle of five songs for mezzo-soprano and orchestra set to love poems by twentieth-century poet Pablo Neruda. MORE

Published February 15, 2016
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Yale Philharmonia plays New Music for Orchestra Dec. 10

13-004 Yale Philharmonia — Yale School of Music 2013The Yale School of Music presents the annual New Music for Orchestra concert on Thursday, December 10 at 7:30 pm. The concert presents new works by up-and-comping student composers, performed by the Yale Philharmonia.

Works on the program include: Krists AuznieksScarlet Sounds, Katherine Balch‘s Leaf Catalogue, Natalie Dietterich‘s aeolian dust, Brian Heim‘s ANOTHER FOREST, an excerpt from Dylan Mattingly‘s Visions of Johanna, Liliya Ugay‘s Oblivion, and Tiange Zhou‘s One Choice. All the composers are currently studying at the Yale School of Music.

YSM conducting fellow Heejung Park will lead the Yale Philharmonia for the evening. MORE

Published November 24, 2015
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Yale Philharmonia plays Mozart, Beethoven, Bartók Feb. 27

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Darren Hicks

The Yale School of Music presents the Philharmonia Orchestra of Yale in its annual concert in Sprague Hall on Friday, February 27 at 7:30 pm.

The program features music by Beethoven, Mozart, and Bartók. Shinik Hahm will be on the podium, as will the School of Music’s two conducting fellows, Louis Lohraseb and Heejung Park. MORE

Published February 25, 2015
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