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Mar 6 2021

Residency with Stefano Greco: Performances of Student & Faculty Compositions


Stefano Greco, one of the world's most renowned specialists in Bach's music, begins the first of a three-day, four-event residency hosted by our Composition Department.

Tonight's event is in two parts. Stefano will first perform original compositions from a select group of our Composition students. Next, he will perform works by the members of our esteemed Composition faculty. After each performance, Stefano provides insight into each composer's works as one of the world's leading music philologists.


Part One

Works by students including Jasmine Guo, Anthony Constantino, Kian Ravaei, and Kenneth Glendon Brown.

Jasmine Guo - Prelude and Fugue
Anthony Constantino - Prelude and Fugue
Kian Ravaei - Prelude and Fugue in C-sharp
Kenneth Glendon Brown - Prelude and Fugue in D flat Major

Part Two

Works by Composition faculty including Kay Rhie, Ian Krouse, Peter Golub, David Lefkowitz, Peter Golub, and Richard Danielpour.

Kay Rhie - Prelude and Fugue
Ian Krouse - ToccataFuga Op. 67 No. 3
David Lefkowitz - Prelude and Fugue
Peter Golub - Prelude and Fugue
Richard Danielpour - Piano Fantasy (“Wenn ich einmal soll scheiden”)

This program is made possible by the Joyce S. and Robert U. Nelson Fund. Robert Uriel Nelson was a revered musicologist and music professor at UCLA, who, together with his wife, established a generous endowment for the university to make programs like this possible.

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