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Philharmonic Academy Jr. — Harmony All Stars

Location

David Rubenstein Atrium

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Price Range

Free

Date & Times

26

Apr, 2016

Tuesday, 6:00 PM

Event Info

The New York Philharmonic and Harmony Program, a non-profit organization that provides free instruments and daily classical music instruction to children in economically challenged communities across New York City, will collaborate again in the annual Harmony Program All Stars Ensemble. Nine All Stars — New York City middle- and high-school students from low-income neighborhoods — have been selected by audition for a month-long mentorship with New York Philharmonic musicians. The All Stars will attend a Philharmonic concert, experience an intensive day of coaching and rehearsal with Philharmonic musicians, and perform with their Philharmonic mentors during a free public concert in the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center on Tuesday, April 26, 2016, at 6:00 p.m. The concert will feature the World Premiere of Lucy’s Aria, a string quartet by American composer John Corigliano, which will be premiered as part of a partnership between classical music publisher G. Schirmer and the Harmony Program.

Program

John Corigliano

Lucy's Aria (World Premiere)

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Bartók

44 Duos for 2 Violins, Nos. 9, 8, and 14

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Tchaikovsky

Finale, from Serenade for Strings

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Gabriel-Marie/Arr. S. Appelbaum

La Cinquantaine

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Artists

Hannah Choi

Violin

Hannah Choi

Violin

Hannah Choi

Violin

Violinist Hannah Choi joined the New York Philharmonic in November 2014. Previously, she was a member of the Grant Park Festival Orchestra in Chicago and a substitute violinist in The Philadelphia Orchestra, and she has appeared as concertmaster with orchestras including the Haffner Symphony, Tanglewood Festival Orchestra, and Pacific Music Festival Orchestra. As a soloist, she has performed with The Philadelphia Orchestra, led by Christoph Eschenbach, as the winner of the Albert M. Greenfield Competition; the New England Conservatory Philharmonia, as the winner of the New England Conservatory Concerto Competition; the Seoul, Daejeon, and Poland National philharmonic orchestras; and the Atlantic, Korean, and Haffner symphony orchestras. A prize winner in the Eighth Seoul International Music Competition, Ms. Choi has performed recitals at the Seoul Arts Center and Kumho Arts Hall in South Korea, and in various venues in the United States and abroad. An active chamber musician, she performs in festivals such as Yellow Barn, Pacific Music, Tanglewood, New York String Seminar, Encore School for Strings, and the Aspen Summer Music festivals. She was a featured artist in Stay Thirsty magazine and has appeared on WGBH’s Classical New England. Born in Lubbock, Texas, Hannah Choi received her bachelor of music degree from The Curtis Institute of Music and her master of music degree and graduate diploma from the New England Conservatory, and concluded her studies with a professional studies certificate in the Orchestral Performance program at the Manhattan School of Music. Her teachers include former New York Philharmonic Concertmaster Glenn Dicterow and Acting Principal, Second Violin Group, Lisa Kim, as well as Donald Weilerstein, Jamie Laredo, Joseph Silverstein, and Yumi N. Scott.

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Hae-Young Ham

Violin

Hae-Young Ham

Violin

Hae-Young Ham

Violin

Violinist Hae-Young Ham, a member of the New York Philharmonic since 1986, last appeared as soloist with the Orchestra in 1991 with Erich Leinsdorf. As a winner of the Philharmonic’s Young Artists Competition in 1980, she was a soloist with Zubin Mehta. Ms. Ham has made solo appearances with the New Jersey Symphony, Louisiana Philharmonic, Ann Arbor Symphony, Bergen Philharmonic, Seoul Philharmonic, and Korea’s KBS Symphony.

Active in chamber music, Ms. Ham is a member of the New York Philharmonic Ensembles, with which she has performed in Europe, Korea, and the U.S. She has participated in a chamber music residency in Hot Springs, Virginia, and in Germany’s Bahnhof Rolandseck Festival. Ms. Ham studied chamber music with Josef Gingold and Felix Galimir.

Ms. Ham has won top prizes in several national competitions in her native Korea as well as in the U.S. At age 15, when her family immigrated to the United States, she continued her studies with Margaret Pardee in The Juilliard School’s pre-college division. Later, she went on to earn her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Juilliard.

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Peter Kenote

Viola

Peter Kenote

Viola

Peter Kenote

Viola

Peter Kenote was born in Seattle, Washington. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Washington, and his master’s and doctorate degrees in music performance from The Juilliard School. Since 1983 he has been a member of the New York Philharmonic viola section. In February 2008 he performed Berio’s Sequenza VI for solo viola at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater as part of the New York Philharmonic’s Day of Berio. In the 2009–10 season he played the premieres of a new viola concerto with the South Dakota Symphony written for him by composer Neal Harnly, and Moto Perpetuo, a new work for viola and percussion ensemble by Braxton Blake. He especially enjoys performing in concert with his daughters, soprano Rebekah and mezzo-soprano Ruth.

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Qiang Tu

Cello

Qiang Tu

Cello

Qiang Tu

Cello

Chinese-born cellist Qiang Tu enjoys a multi-faceted career as a performer, teacher, and advocate for classical music. Now in his third decade as a member of the New York Philharmonic, he has also concertized as a soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician in Australia, Belgium, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, and the United Kingdom. In the United States he has performed at major venues in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Honolulu, and Princeton. He has shared the stage with numerous distinguished artists including pianists Garrick Ohlsson, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, and Lukas Foss; former New York Philharmonic Concertmaster Glenn Dicterow; and former Principal Clarinet Stanley Drucker. As a recording artist, Mr. Tu has released multiple solo albums on the China Record Corporation label and chamber music recordings on the Bridge Records, Cala Records, and EMI labels. A dedicated teacher, he is a member of the orchestral performance faculty at the Manhattan School of Music; early in his career he taught at the Beijing Central Conservatory.

Qiang Tu was raised in a musical family and began cello studies with his father, Zeguang Tu. He holds a bachelor of arts degree from Beijing Central Conservatory and a master of music degree from Rutgers University. He is an alumnus of the Music Academy of the West, now a partner in the New York Philharmonic Global Academy. His major cello teachers have included Bernard Greenhouse, Zara Nelsova, and Paul Tortelier.

When not at work Mr. Tu is a gourmet chef and enjoys the study of rare Chinese art.

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Harmony All Stars

Luigi Auquilla (violin), Alex Castillo (violin), Christele Cherestal (violin), Angelo Chery (violin), Wellington Jimenez (viola), Liliana Peeler (viola), Chris Quezada (violin), Jemely Reyes (violin), Megan Simon (cello)

Harmony All Stars

Luigi Auquilla (violin), Alex Castillo (violin), Christele Cherestal (violin), Angelo Chery (violin), Wellington Jimenez (viola), Liliana Peeler (viola), Chris Quezada (violin), Jemely Reyes (violin), Megan Simon (cello)

Luigi Auquilla (violin), Alex Castillo (violin), Christele Cherestal (violin), Angelo Chery (violin), Wellington Jimenez (viola), Liliana Peeler (viola), Chris Quezada (violin), Jemely Reyes (violin), Megan Simon (cello)

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