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André BlochDenneriana for Clarinet and Piano
Max BruchEight Pieces for Clarinet, Viola, and Piano, Op. 83 (selections)
II. Allegro con moto
IV. Allegro agitato
V. Rumänische Melodie: Andante
VI. Nachtgesang: Andante con moto
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartTrio in E-flat Major for Piano, Clarinet, and Viola (“Kegelstatt”), K. 498
Our Tucson Series, featuring the best professional musicians in Southern Arizona, continues with a trio that includes AFCM board member Ivan Ugorich.
Ugorich (viola) works for the University of Arizona and is an avid orchestral and chamber musician, performing in small and large professional ensembles as well as with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra and The Arizona Opera. He has performed around the globe and his engagements have included performances with Itzhak Perlman, Joshua Bell, Lang-Lang and Renée Fleming.
Jackie Glazier (clarinet) is an Assistant Professor of Music at the University of Arizona and hailed for her “robust playing and virtuosic performance.” She is an active soloist, chamber musician, orchestral clarinetist, pedagogue, and advocate of new music and has recorded for several labels. She has performed regularly with various symphonies, including the Tucson Symphony, and is principal clarinet of the Grammy Award-nominated True Concord Voices Orchestra. She performs exclusively on Buffet-Crampon clarinets and Vandoren reeds.
A native of Taipei, Fanya Lin (piano) earned her Doctoral Degree at the University of Minnesota and her Master’s Degree at The Juilliard School. An avid soloist, Fanya promotes classical music to the general public by creating innovative concert programs and engages her audience with interactive performances. Her solo recitals have been featured in numerous prestigious concert series. As a chamber musician, Fanya has collaborated with world-class musicians including Noah Bendix-Balgley (concert master of Berlin Philharmonic), Romie de Guise-Langlois (clarinetist of Lincoln Center’s Chamber Music Society), and Ta’u Pupu’a (tenor in major opera productions including Metropolitan Opera and San Francisco Opera). In 2019, she joined the faculty of the University of Arizona as Assistant Professor of Music.
Their performance, recorded live in Tucson, will be available on demand. We will provide details on the repertoire when it becomes available.
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