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Opus 10 Faculty Showcase


$30 adults | $20 seniors | $10 students


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 The virtuosity and artistry of the Music Institute faculty shine in this concert featuring works by Brahms  and Chopin. 


In keeping with the 10th anniversary theme, Music Institute piano faculty perform the 12 Etudes of Frederic Chopin, Op. 10, which contains such well-known and beloved pieces as the Black Keys Etude (Op. 10, No. 5) and the Revolutionary Etude (Op. 10, No. 12). Additional Music Institute faculty will perform works by Johannes Brahms, including arrangements for klezmer ensemble, voice, violin and piano, and piano.





Chopin Études, Op. 10

No. 1   ~ Alexander Djordjevic

No. 2   ~ Brenda Huang

No. 3   ~ Grace Juang

No. 4   ~ Kathy Lee

No. 5   ~ Inah Chiu

No. 6   ~ Matthew Hagle

No. 7   ~ Matthew Hagle

No. 8   ~ Sung Hoon Mo

No. 9   ~ Elaine Felder

No. 10 ~ Ligia Takei

No. 11 ~ Alexander Djordjevic

No. 12 ~ Sung Hoon Mo




Brahms Duets/Liebeslieder Waltzes


"Wie des Abends schöne Röte" (Op. 52, No. 4)

"Nein, Geliebter, setze dich" (Op. 65, No.13)

"Vögelein durchrauscht die Luft" (Op. 52, No.13)

"Nachtigall, sie singt so schön." (Op. 52, No.15) *arranged for four voices, by Daniel Wallenberg

"Die Schwestern" (Op. 61, No.1)


Susan Charles, soprano

Rae-Myra Hilliard, soprano

Jennifer McCormick, soprano

Barbara Ann Martin, soprano

Claire Aebersold and Ralph Neiweem, piano four hands


Brahms Hungarian Dances

No. 5 in F Sharp minor (performed in G minor)

Aubrey Granner, marimba

TBA, piano


No. 1 in G minor

No. 2 in D minor

Sang Mee Lee, violin  | Katherine Lee, piano


No. 6 in D Flat Major

Claire Aebersold and Ralph Neiweem, piano four hands


No. 5 (Klezmer remix)

Daniel Golden, viola  |  Don Jacobs, clarinet  |  John Tuck, double bass

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