Broadcast: Young Artist Summer Program Participant Recital

Join us in celebrating the progress and artistry of our Young Summer Artist Program (YASP) participants as they discover the music within!

This broadcast, which will air on Facebook Live and YouTube on Friday, August 7, consists of top performances by YASP participants, curated by the program faculty. 

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MESSIAEN

“Première Communion de la Vierge,” from Vingt Regards sure l’Enfant Jesus

 

Ben Wien, piano

   

GLAZUNOV

Moderato, from Concerto in A minor, Op. 82

 

Ruth Kim, violin

   

CHOPIN

Étude No. 1 in C major, Op. 10 (“Waterfall”)

 

Logan “Nikita” Sherwin, piano

   

BRUCH

Romance in F major, Op. 85

 

Robyn Lianne Cheng, viola

   

BEETHOVEN
  

Grave—Allegro di molto e con brio, from Sonata No. 8 in C minor, Op 13 (“Pathétique”)

 

Wanqing (Anita) Hao, piano

   

RACHMANINOFF

No. 5 in E-flat minor, from Études-tableaux, Op. 39   

 

Miles Swaminathan, piano

   

BOZZA

Image, Op. 38

 

Sarah Park, flute

   

DEBUSSY

No. 1, from Deux arabesques, trans. Carlos Salzedo

 

Natalia Scheinfeld, harp

   

KHACHATURIAN  

Andante sostenuto, from Concerto for flute, arr. Jean-Pierre Rampal

 

Ellen Cheng, flute

   

Jenni BRANDON

Wood Song

 

Aidan Pan, oboe

   

HUMMEL

Allegro con spirito, from Concerto a Trombe Principale

 

George Easton, trumpet

 


 

Additional YASP participant recitals take place July 31 and August 14. A Young Composers Marathon takes place August 15.

 

About the Young Artist Summer Program at Curtis Summerfest

For three weeks of intensive online instruction, YASP participants hone their musical talents under the guidance of distinguished Curtis faculty and alumni and experience the school’s unique educational philosophy. Building since its inception in 2012, the Summerfest experience is now sought by some of the most talented young musicians in the country and the world.