Voice, Flute, and Piano
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.
Curtis will livestream Friday recitals on Facebook and YouTube at 8 p.m. during the season.
Please note: Performance programs are subject to last-minute changes and cancellations.
Partita in G Minor, BWV 1013
Christopher Correa, oboe
Der Hirt auf dem Felsen, D. 965
Juliet Rand, soprano
Adagio and Allegro, Op. 70
Jack Bryant, horn
Julin Cheung, flute
Izaiah Cheeran, oboe
About the Performers
Christopher Correa, from Long Beach, Calif., a student of Katherine Needleman and Philippe Tondre, is the Gephart Family Fellow and entered Curtis in 2020.
Juliet Rand, from Southold, N.Y., a student of adjunct faculty member Sherry Overholt, is the Barbara Moskow Fellow and entered Curtis in 2021.
Simon Bakos, from Mason, Ohio, a student of Anthony McGill, is the Ruth and Eugene Helmer Fellow and entered Curtis in 2020.
Jack Bryant, from Atlanta, a student of Jeffrey Lang and Jennifer Montone, is the Arlene and Irving Tashlick Fellow and entered Curtis in 2019.
Julin Cheung, from Seattle, a student of Jeffrey Khaner, is the Gerry and Marguerite Lenfest Fellow and entered Curtis in 2020.
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.
Anastasia Samsel, from Guilford, Conn., a student of Jeffrey Khaner, is the Julius Baker 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.
Ting Ting Wong, staff pianist
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.