Summer CONCERTS - Eastman School Of Music

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Summer CONCERTS June 24–August 4, 2012

24 Eastman Summer Saxophone Institute Faculty Recital Chien-Kwan Lin, saxophone 2 pm Hatch Recital Hall Guest Recital Carmen Lemoine, flute; Zuzanna Szewczyk, piano 7:30 pm Howard Hanson Hall 30 Eastman Summer Saxophone Institute Participants Solo Recital 7:30 pm EEW 415 Eastman Viola Workshop Participants Master Class 7:30 pm Ciminelli Lounge, Eastman Student Living Center 1 New Horizons Band, Orchestra, and Beginning Strings Concert 2 pm Kodak Hall Eastman Summer Saxophone Institute Participants Chamber Music Recital 4 pm Hatch Recital Hall 2 Summer Jazz Studies Faculty Recital 3 Eastman Summer Sing: Mozart: Requiem John Nyerges, jazz piano, and combo 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall William Weinert, conductor 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall

5 Summer Jazz Studies Faculty Recital 6 Summer Jazz Studies Faculty Recital 8 Rochester Philharmonic League’s Young Artists Winners Paul Hofmann, jazz piano 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall Mike Kaupa, jazz trumpet, and combo 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall 9 Summer@Eastman Community Concert Eastman Faculty Jazz Quartet 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall Harp Institute Guest Recital Caroline Reyes, harp 7:30 pm Hatch Recital Hall 10 Eastman Summer Sing—Schubert: Mass in E flat Yunn-Shan Ma, conductor 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall Eastman Summer Percussion Institute Faculty Recital Michael Burritt, percussion 7:30 pm Hatch Recital Hall 11 Summer Jazz Studies Faculty Recital Bob Sneider, jazz guitar, and combo 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall Harp Institute Guest Recital Lacey Lee Jones and Julie Spring, harps 7:30 pm Hatch Recital Hall 12 Summer Jazz Studies Participants Combo Concert 3 pm Kilbourn Hall Harp Institute Guest Recital Kristina Finch, harp 7:30 pm Hatch Recital Hall 13 Summer Jazz Studies Participants Big Band Concert 3 pm Kilbourn Hall

13 Mbira and South Indian Percussion Institutes Participants Demonstration 7:30 pm Ciminelli Lounge, Eastman Student Living Center Harp Institute Participants Recital 7:30 pm Hatch Recital Hall Eastman Summer Percussion Institute Participants Recital 7:30 pm EEW 415 14 Summer@Eastman Community Concert 15 Summer@Eastman Community Concert Mitzie Collins & Friends, World Music 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall Voices, choral concert with William Weinert, conductor 7:30 pm Hatch Recital Hall Guitar Institute Faculty Recital Nicholas Goluses, guitar; Robert Swenson, tenor 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall 16 Eastman Summer Guitar Master Classes Faculty Recital Matthew Ardizzone, guitar 7:30 pm Hatch Recital Hall ECMS Faculty Recital Sophia Kim, flute; Irina Lupines, piano 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall 17 Eastman Summer Sing—Handel: Messiah Guest Conductors from the Eastman Choral Institute 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall Eastman Summer Guitar Master Classes Faculty Recital John Covach, guitar, and Friends 7:30 pm Hatch Recital Hall 18 Eastman Summer Guitar Master Classes Faculty Recital Petar Kodzas, guitar, and Friends 7:30 pm Hatch Recital Hall

19 Eastman Summer Guitar Master Classes Faculty Recital Bob Sneider, jazz guitar 7:30 pm Hatch Recital Hall 20 ECMS Harp Workshop Participants Concert Noon Kilbourn Hall Eastman Summer Guitar Master Classes Participants Recital 7:30 pm Hatch Recital Hall Practical Vocal Pedagogy Institute Participants Recital 7:30 pm Ciminelli Lounge, Eastman Student Living Center 23 ECMS Faculty Recital 24 Eastman Summer Sing—Bach: Magnificat 25 Eastman Faculty Recital—Summer Smiles 26 Music Horizons, Strings and Brass Ensembles Concert Rebeca Boyd and Janet Milnes, violins 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall Lee Wright, conductor 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall Tony Caramia, piano 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall 2 pm Kilbourn Hall Music Horizons, Wind and Percussion Ensembles Concert 7 pm Kilbourn Hall Summer@Eastman Community Concert Conductors! The Next Generation! Conductors from Eastman’s Summer Conducting Institute conduct the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra 7:30 pm Kodak Hall 27 Music Horizons, Vocal Ensemble Concert 10 am Kilbourn Hall African Drumming Participants Concert 11 am and 3:30 pm ESM 120

27 Music Horizons, Solo Recitals 2 and 7 pm Hatch Recital Hall Young Performers Chamber Music Concert 7:30 pm Ciminelli Lounge, Eastman Student Living Center High School Wind Ensemble Concert 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall 29 Eastman Summer Trombone and Trumpet Institutes Faculty Concert 7 pm Kilbourn Hall 31 Eastman Summer Trombone Institute Jazz Night 7:30 pm ESM 120 2 Eastman Summer Trumpet Institute Participants Recital 7:30 pm Ciminelli Lounge, Eastman Student Living Center 3 Middle School Instrumental Jazz 11 am Kilbourn Hall String Extravaganza Concert 11:30 am Hatch Recital Hall Eastman Children’s Choir Camp Concert 11:30 am Main Hall Eastman Summer Trombone Institute Participants Recital 5 pm Kilbourn Hall

July 28–August 4 The Thirteenth Eastman Young Artists International Piano Competition 28 Guest Artist Recital: Hong Xu, piano 29 Master Class Round 30 Master Class Round Internationally acclaimed Concert Pianist, Member of the Competition Jury, Eastman School of Music and Juilliard School alumnus, Professor of Piano at the Wuhan Conservatory of Music in China 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall 3–5:30 pm Hatch Recital Hall 9:30 am-noon Hatch Recital Hall Preliminary Round I 1:30–3:30 pm; 4–5:30 pm; 7:30–10 pm Kilbourn Hall

31 Master Class Round 9:30 am-noon Hatch Recital Hall Preliminary Round I 1:30–3:30 pm; 4–5:30 pm; 7:30–10 pm Kilbourn Hall 1 Master Class Round 9:30 am-noon Hatch Recital Hall Preliminary Round II 1:30–3:30 pm; 4–5:30 pm; 7:30–10 pm Kilbourn Hall 2 Master Class Round 9:30 am-noon Hatch Recital Hall Preliminary Round II 1:30–3:30 pm; 4–5:30 pm; 7:30–10 pm Kilbourn Hall 4 Final Round: Concerto performances with Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Neil Varon, conductor 7:30 pm Kodak Hall Awards Ceremony following the Final Round of the Competition

Tickets All concerts are free unless indicated: Tickets 10 (free to students with ID; discount with UR faculty/staff ID) General admission: 15 adult (discounts available for University of Rochester faculty members, staff, and students) Reserved seating: 20, 15, 10 (discounts available for University of Rochester faculty members, staff, and students) General admission: 25 adult (discounts available for University of Rochester faculty members, staff, and students) Tickets for all Eastman School of Music performances that require them are sold through the Eastman Theatre Box Office as follows: In person: Eastman Theatre Box Office, 433 East Main Street. Hours: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. By phone: 585-454-2100 Online: www.esm.rochester.edu/Eastman/concerts Any unsold seats go on sale one hour before concert time at the Eastman Ticket Office in the School’s Main Hall. To avoid per-ticket surcharges, purchase your tickets in person or at the hall prior to the performance. CONCERT VENUES Most Summer at Eastman concerts take place in: Kodak Hall, 60 Gibbs Street Kilbourn Hall, 26 Gibbs Street Hatch Recital Hall, Eastman East Wing, 433 East Main Street Ciminelli Formal Lounge, 100 Gibbs Street Howard Hanson Hall, 26 Gibbs Street, 4th floor EEW 415, Eastman East Wing, 433 Main Street ESM 120, 26 Gibbs Street, off Main Hall FOR MORE INFORMATION For up-to-date recorded information and ticket information, call our 24-hour Music Line at 585-274-1110 or visit our website at www.esm.rochester.edu. Please note that all concerts are subject to change.

26 Gibbs Street Rochester, NY 14604 Non-Profit Organization U.S. Postage PAID Permit No. 780 Rochester, NY

Guitar Institute Faculty Recital Nicholas Goluses, guitar; Robert Swenson, tenor 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall 16 Eastman Summer Guitar master Classes Faculty Recital Matthew Ardizzone, guitar 7:30 pm Hatch Recital Hall ECmS Faculty Recital Sophia Kim, flute; Irina Lupines, piano 7:30 pm Kilbourn Hall 17 Eastman Summer Sing—Handel: Messiah

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