Oboe, Clarinet, and Viola
Curtis Institute of Music students perform over 100 free recitals during the semester, held on most Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings. Admission requires advance registration and is complimentary.
Please note: Performance programs are subject to last-minute changes and cancellations.
Quintet in E-flat major, K. 452
Ben Price, oboe
Quintet in G minor, Op. 39
Cameron Slaton, oboe
Sonata in A minor, D. 821 “Arpeggione”
Jiwon Grace Kim, viola
About the Performers
Ben Price, from Portland, Ore., a student of Katherine Needleman and Philippe Tondre, is the David H. Springman Memorial Fellow and entered Curtis in 2022.
Yejin Ahn, from Seoul, a student of Anthony McGill, is the Felix Meyer Fellow and entered Curtis in 2019.
Diego Peña, from Southlake, Texas, a student of Daniel Matsukawa, is the a Curtis Institute of Music Fellow and entered Curtis in 2022.
Christine Ott, from Rochester, N.Y., a student of Jeffrey Lang and Jennifer Montone, is the Bob and Caro Rock Fellow and entered Curtis in 2020.
Yangyang Ruan, from Xiamen, China, a student of Meng-Chieh Liu, is the Eileen Flissler Memorial Fellow and entered Curtis in 2017.
Cameron Slaton, from Franklin, Ohio, a student of Katherine Needleman and Philippe Tondre, is the Laura and Bill Buck Fellow and entered Curtis in 2020.
Simon Bakos, from Mason, Ohio, a student of Anthony McGill, is the Ruth and Eugene Helmer Fellow and entered Curtis in 2020.
Alexandra Cooreman, from Brussels, Belgium, a student of Ida Kavafian, is the Milka Violin Artist Fellow and entered Curtis in 2021.
Jack Kessler, from Miami, Fla., a student of Roberto Díaz and Edward Gazouleas, is the Anthony B. Creamer III Fellow and entered Curtis in 2019.
Tobias Vigneau, from Albuquerque, N.M., a student of Edgar Meyer and Harold Hall Robinson, is the Gie and Lisa Liem Fellow and entered Curtis in 2020.
Jiwon Grace Kim, from Seoul, a student of Hsin-Yun Huang, is the Sueyun and Gene Locks Fellow and entered Curtis in 2022.
Elena Jivaeva, 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.