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Wanchi, violin, and the New Bartók String Quartet

Thu, Sep 21 @ 7 pm CANCELLED

RECITAL HALL

Wanchi, violin, and the New Bartók String Quartet

Thu, Sep 21 @ 7 pm CANCELLED

RECITAL HALL


Seating: Reserved

This performance has been cancelled. Ticket buyers will be refunded. There is no rescheduled date at this time.

The Wine Dark Sea: The New Bartók String Quartet dives into the rich, ambiguous colors of Mozart’s uncharacteristically brooding D minor quartet, and Bartók’s final testament in that medium. The New Bartók Quartet (Wanchi and Airi Yoshioka, violins; James Stern, viola; and Eric Kutz, cello) is comprised of outstanding string faculty from the region, namely UMBC, the University of Maryland, College Park, and James Madison University.

Wanchi's CD of Eugene Ysaye Sonatas and complete Partitas and Sonatas of J.S. Bach for Solo Violin under the Centaur Records label has been excellently reviewed (“her incisive technique and an exceptionally rich and beautiful tone...”by Phil's Classical Reviews, Audio Video Club of Atlanta.)

She is an active performer in chamber music, solo recitals, and as a soloist with orchestras throughout North America and Asia, at venues including Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and numerous music festivals. She joined Curtis on Tour for 2017-18 season. Her fourth CD under the same label which presents music by William Walton and Benjamin Britten in collaboration with pianist Robert Koenig, was released in May, 2019.

She debuted Baltimore Symphony Orchestra as a soloist under Catherine Comet at age 14, earned her Bachelor of Music at The Curtis Institute of Music, Masters at The Juilliard School, and Doctorate of Music at Indiana University (Bloomington). Currently she is Professor of Violin at the James Madison University School of Music. Full bio


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