Harp, Flute, and Piano
The Curtis Institute of Music’s iconic Student Recital Series returns to the stage for a vibrant season of performances. Curtis hosts a variety of chamber, ensemble, and graduation recitals throughout the academic year. Admission requires advance registration and is complimentary.
Please note: Performance programs are subject to last-minute changes and cancellations.
|BACH||Fugue from Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001 (transcr. Grandjany)|
Carnaval de Venise, Op. 184
Subin Lee, harp
Concerto, Op. 39
Emily DeNucci, flute
Zhenyi Jiang, violin
About the Performers
Subin Lee, from Seoul, a student of Elizabeth Hainen, is the Marilyn Costello Memorial Fellow and entered Curtis in 2019.
Emily DeNucci, from Somers, Conn., a student of Jeffrey Khaner, is a Curtis Institute of Music Fellow and entered Curtis in 2022.
Zhenyi Jiang, from Beijing, a student of Midori, is the Joseph and Marie Field Fellow and entered Curtis in 2022.
Dillon Scott, from Lansdale, Pa., a student of Roberto Díaz and Edward Gazouleas, is the Mark E. Rubenstein Fellow and entered Curtis in 2022.
Christian Luevano, from Denton, Texas, a student of Edgar Meyer and Harold Hall Robinson, is the Alfred M. Greenfield Fellow and entered Curtis in 2022.
Izaiah Cheeran, from Apple Valley, Minn., a student of Katherine Needleman and Philippe Tondre, is a Curtis Institute of Music Fellow and entered Curtis in 2022.
Tzu-Yi Yu, from Taoyuan City, Taiwan, a student of Anthony McGill, is a Curtis Institute of Music Fellow and entered Curtis in 2022.
Yangyang Ruan, from Xiamen, China, a student of Meng-Chieh Liu, is the Eileen Flissler Memorial Fellow and entered Curtis in 2017.
Jenny Chen, staff pianist
The Curtis Institute of Music received funding from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Edith L. and Robert Prostkoff Memorial Concert Series.