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May 15 Fri
5:00pm
Free

Kirshbaum Masterclass for Strings

Ralph Kirshbaum
classical

Celebrated cellist Ralph Kirshbaum's distinguished career encompasses the worlds of solo performance, chamber music, recording, and pedagogy, and places him in the highest echelon of today’s cellists.

In this special live-streamed cello masterclass, Kirshbaum shares his insights and comments on four students’ pre-recorded performances of works by Bach and Haydn. He will also be inviting the students to interact in real-time, from locations in Canada, Taiwan, and California. Join us for this anxiously awaited one-of-a-kind experience.

Program:
Calvin Kung - Bach Suite in E flat major, Courante
Jaewon Ahn - Haydn concerto in D major, Adagio
Joseph Kim - Bach Suite in C major, Allemande and Courante
Jocelyn Yeh - Haydn concerto in D major, Allegro Moderato

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