Tuesday, August 4

Performance (Alumni Concert)

  • Colburn School, Mayman Hall 200 S Grand Ave Los Angeles, CA, 90012 United States

Idyllwild Arts Academy Horn Graduates

Program by the Idyllwild Arts Academy Horn Alumni & Special Guest
Kurt Snyder, Idyllwild Arts Academy Horn Teacher

The Idyllwild Arts Academy is an internationally acclaimed residential arts high school (September through May) which provides pre-professional training in the arts and a comprehensive college preparatory curriculum to a diverse student body of gifted young artists. Idyllwild Arts Academy's 300 students hail from more than 25 countries and pursue artistic excellence in Music, Theatre, Dance, Visual Art, Creative Writing, Moving Pictures, InterArts/Fashion Design. Graduates of Idyllwild Arts Academy currently excel in every professional field of the arts including Broadway theatre, primetime television, classical and jazz music, motion pictures, graphic design, photography and more. This program features Idyllwild Arts Academy horn graduates from "then and now."

Alec Wilder  (1907-1980): Suite for Horn and Piano (12')
Chi Zong Wang, horn
Aram Arakelyan, pianist

Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns (1835-1921): Morceau de Concert, op. 94  (11’)
I: Allegro moderato
II: Adagio
III. Allegro non troppo
Kolio Plachkov, horn
Aram Arakelyan, pianist

Otto Nicolai (1810-1849): Duets (13’)
I. Allegro
II. Andante
III. Rondo
Chi Zong Wang, horn
I-Ping Chiu, horn

Klement Slavický (1910-1999): Capricci per corno e pianoforte (15’)
I. Capriccio drammatico
II. Capriccio lirico
III. Capriccio burlesco
Michal Emanovsky, horn
Aram Arakelyan, pianist

Kerry Turner (b. 1960): Four Duets for Horns (11’)
Introduction
Waltz
Malagueña
Intermezzo (for Kristina)
Trigger

I-Ping Chiu, horn
Chi Zong Wang, horn
Aram Arakelyan, pianist

Robert Schumann (1810-1856): Adagio and Allegro (12’)
Kolio Plachkov, horn
Aram Arakelyan, pianist

Kerry Turner (b. 1960): Fanfare for Barcs  (2’)
I-Ping Chiu, horn
Michal Emanovsky, horn
Kolio Plachkov, horn
Chi Zong Wang, horn

Open Discussion: Auditioning and Working in Asia and the States (15’)