Yejin Ahn, clarinet

Graduation Recital | Broadcast | Free | March 29, 2024 7:30 p.m.

Graduation recitals display the skill and passion of Curtis Institute of Music students on the cusp of professional musicianship. Members of the current class will share the breadth of their talent through a culminating graduation recital. Admission requires advance registration and is complimentary.

This performance will be broadcast live on Curtis’s Facebook and YouTube channels.

Please note: Performance programs are subject to last-minute changes and cancellations.


PROGRAM
SCHUMANN Fantasiestücke, Op. 73

Yejin Ahn, clarinet
Elena Jivaeva, piano

WIDMANN Fantasie

Yejin Ahn, clarinet

BOZZA Bucolique

Yejin Ahn, clarinet
Elena Jivaeva, piano

INTERMISSION
MOZART Quintet in A major, K. 581

Yejin Ahn, clarinet
Michael Shaham, violin
Na Hyun Della Kyun, violin
Soyoung Cho, viola
Ania Lewis, cello

  • March 29, 2024
  • 7:30 p.m.
  • Curtis Institute of Music, Field Concert Hall

About the Performers

Yejin Ahn, from Seoul, a student of Anthony McGill, is the Felix Meyer Fellow and entered Curtis in 2019.   

Soyoung Cho, from Seoul, a student of Edward Gazouleas and Misha Amory, is the Mimi Lane and Robert Durham Fellow and first entered Curtis in 2017. 

Na Hyun Della Kyun, from Seoul, a student of Shmuel Ashkenasi and Benjamin Beilman, is the Dorothy Richard Starling Foundation Fellow and entered Curtis in 2022.   

Ania Lewis, from Cleveland, a student of Peter Wiley and Gary Hoffman, is the Gie and Lisa Liem Fellow and entered Curtis in 2021.   

Michael Shaham, from Ra’anana, Israel, a student of Shmuel Ashkenasi and Ida Kavafian, is the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation Fellow and entered Curtis in 2019.    

Elena Jivaeva, staff pianist 

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