Virtuosos! Community Music Academy faculty recital

Thursday, June 20, 2019
6:00 PM
Cultural Arts CA1075 Beckwith Recital Hall
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Music Dept.
Seymour, Ann
Music Department

Faculty of the third annual Community Music Academy perform an evening of chamber music with guest artist Yefim Romanov, violin.


Please note!

The recital begins at 6:00 pm. 

Free! Tickets are not needed to attend. 



Charles Koechlin: Trio, Op. 92
The Brierwood Ensemble
Linda Estep, violin
Clark Spencer, viola
Helena Kopchick Spencer, bassoon

Ludwig van Beethoven: String Quartet, Op. 18 No. 4 in C Minor
Yefim Romanov, violin
Danijela Žeželj-Gualdi violin
Clark Spencer, viola
Hilary Flowers, cello

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Concerto for violin and orchestra in G major,
Yefim Romanov, violin
Community Music Academy summer camp high school orchestra
Clark Spencer, conductor
Guest Artist Biography: Yefim Romanov, violin
Yefim Romanov, a Russian-American violinist, is a second-year Violin Fellow at the New World Symphony. He made his solo debut at the age of nine with Camerata of Kazakhstan, and has given solo performances with orchestras throughout the United States.
    As an orchestral musician, Romanov has been invited to be part of the Arizona Musicfest, has been concertmaster of the Miami Music Festival, Ocala Symphony and Gainesville Symphony, and invited to perform with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. He is a recipient of a career grant from the Rachel Barton Pine Foundation and a recipient of the Henry and Lucy Moses Fellowship at Yale University. During the summer, Romanov has been a fellow at festivals such as the Bowdoin Music Festival, Colorado College Music Festival and Banff Music Festival. As a chamber musician, Romanov has worked with members of the Brentano Quartet, Pacifica Quartet and Ying Quartet. He has performed alongside artists such as Midori, Joshua Bell, Gil Shaham and Valery Gergiev.
    Romanov was born in Almaty, Kazakhstan and holds an artist diploma from Yale University, a master’s from Indiana University and a bachelor’s from the University of Florida. His primary teachers include Ilya Kaler, Kevork Mardirossian and Hyo Kang.

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