A New Season of Free Student Recitals Begins October 14 at the Curtis Institute of Music; Experience the music from anywhere in the world with live-streamed recitals on Curtis Performs (Curtis.edu/CurtisPerforms) every Friday night

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A New Season of Free Student Recitals Begins  October 14 at the Curtis Institute of Music

Experience the music from anywhere in the world with live-streamed recitals on Curtis Performs (Curtis.edu/CurtisPerforms) every Friday night

PHILADELPHIA—October 12, 2016—A new season of the Curtis Institute of Music’s Student Recital Series begins on Friday, October 14 at 8 p.m. One of the most distinguished stages in Philadelphia, Field Concert Hall hosts exceptional free concerts by the world’s top young musicians. Students perform solo and chamber works at Curtis most Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 8 p.m., as well as many weekends. Renowned faculty and guest artists join Curtis students for special residency recitals on the series. Admission is free and no tickets or advance reservations are required.

Those who can’t make it to Philadelphia can still experience the incredible artistry and compelling performances on the Student Recital Series. Curtis Performs, the online stage of the Curtis Institute of Music, will stream recitals live from Curtis every Friday night at Curtis.edu/CurtisPerforms, beginning October 14. More than 16,000 viewers come to Curtis Performs each year, drawn by these live-streamed recitals and additional video content that is updated weekly.

The opening recital on October 14 highlights the Zorá Quartet, in residence at Curtis through the Nina von Maltzahn String Quartet Program, performing Shostakovich’s Quartet No. 9 in E-flat major, Op. 117. The Zorá Quartet takes the Field Concert Hall stage again on October 28 for their first residency recital of the year, performing works by Mozart, Shostakovich, and Webern. Other highlights include a tribute recital on October 17 in honor of legendary violist Joseph de Pasquale (’42), longtime principal of the Philadelphia Orchestra and a member of the Curtis faculty for more than 50 years; and a residency recital on October 30 featuring works by 2016–17 composer in residence Kaija Saariaho, performed by Jennifer Koh (Violin ’02) and the Curtis 20/21 Ensemble.

For a complete listing of each week’s performances on the Student Recital Series, visit www.curtis.edu/Calendar or call the recital hotline: (215) 893-5261. Additional recitals and times are added in the winter and spring.

FALL FEATURED RECITALS
All recitals free; no tickets or advance reservations required.

Student Recital Series Begins
Friday, October 14 at 8 p.m.
Field Concert Hall at the Curtis Institute of Music, 1726 Locust Street, Philadelphia

DIBERARDINO  27 Morningside
Abigail Fayette, violin
Oliver Herbert, cello
Jia Cheng Xiong, piano

MENDELSSOHN  Trio No. 2 in C minor, Op. 66
Angela Sin Ying Chan, violin
Andres Sanchez, cello
Ying Li, piano

SHOSTAKOVICH Quartet No. 9 in E-flat major, Op. 117
Zorá Quartet (Dechopol Kowintaweewat, violin; Seula Lee, violin; Pablo Muñoz Salido, viola; Zizai Ning, cello)

SHOSTAKOVICH Selections from Twenty-four Preludes and Fugues, Op. 87
Wei Luo, piano

Tribute Recital: Joseph de Pasquale
Monday, October 17 at 8 p.m.
Field Concert Hall at the Curtis Institute of Music, 1726 Locust Street, Philadelphia

BLOCH  Suite for Viola and Piano
Hae Sue Lee, viola
Zitong Wang, piano

ROCHBERG  Sonata for Viola and Piano
En-Chi Cheng, viola
Elena Jivaeva, piano

SHULMAN  Theme and Variations for Viola and Orchestra
Ming-Yu Hsu, viola
Elena Jivaeva, piano

Residency Recital: Zorá Quartet
The Nina von Maltzahn String Quartet Program
Friday, October 28 at 8 p.m.
Field Concert Hall at the Curtis Institute of Music, 1726 Locust Street, Philadelphia

MOZART  Quartet in D minor, K. 421
SHOSTAKOVICH  Quintet in G minor, Op. 57
WEBERN  Langsamer Satz
Zorá Quartet (Dechopol Kowintaweewat, violin; Seula Lee, violin; Pablo Muñoz Salido, viola; Zizai Ning, cello)

Residency Recital: Kaija Saariaho, composition
Sunday, October 30 at 3 p.m.
Gould Rehearsal Hall at the Curtis Institute of Music, 1616 Locust Street, Philadelphia
Limited seating available

Jennifer Koh (Violin ’02)
Curtis 20/21 Ensemble

Program to include:
SAARIAHO
NoaNoa
Ariel’s Hall
Cloud Trio
Je sens un deuxieme Coeur
Graal théâtre

The 2016–17 composer in residence program is supported by a grant from the Musical Fund Society of Philadelphia.

This program, as a part of Curtis’s comprehensive approach to prepare its students for relevant and impactful 21st century careers in the arts, has been supported through an Advancement grant from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

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