Sunday, April 17 @5pm: Rendez-vous Musical #12
The Fondation des Etats-Unis and the resident musicians and Harriet Hale Wolley scholars, have the pleasure to welcome two musicians from the Maison des étudiants suédois : Natalia Paunic (piano), Oscar Lindström (piano).
Quattro Pezzi – Antonio Fraioli
Jenny Maclay, clarinette
« Si mes vers avaient des ailes » – Reynaldo Hahn
« Meine Lippen, sie küssen so heiß » from Giuditta – Franz Lehár
Phoebe Dinga, chant
Diverging Paths, Part VI – John Kamfonas
John Kamfonas, piano
« O nuit divine » from Roméo et Juliette – Charles Gounod
Phoebe Dinga et Jeff Fichtner, chant
Breiz – François Rabbath
Sarah Favinger, contrebasse
« Will There Really Be A Morning? » – Lori Laitman
« Salut à la France » from La fille du régiment – Gaetano Donizetti
Katy Tang, chant
« The Girl With the Flaxen Hair » (or La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin) – Claude Debussy
Oscar Lindström, piano
Nocturne opus 9 no. 1 in B flat minor – Chopin
Natalia Paunic, piano
Vandoren Regional Artist Jenny Maclay is quickly establishing her career as a clarinet soloist, recitalist, orchestral player, and chamber musician. Ms. Maclay is the recipient of a 2015-2016 Harriet Hale Woolley Award to study music in Paris, where she attends the Versailles Conservatoire. She has achieved a number of notable musical honors, including selection as a semi-finalist and finalist for such international competitions as Astral Artists and Concert Artists Guild. Her teachers are Philippe Cuper, Mitchell Estrin, and Donald Dowdy.
Embracing his Penchant for improvisation alongside his passion for the classical and contemporary repertoire, pianist John Kamfonas has given concerts around the world, from Italy to India, Beijing to New York. Mr. Kamfonas is currently a musician in residence at the United States Foundation in Paris where he is pursuing a performance diploma at the Ecole Normale de Musique in the class of pianist, pedagogue, and author Jean Fassina.
Sarah Favinger has blended her passion for jazz and dance music with extensive classical training to create an exciting musical life. As a bassist and music historian, Ms. Favinger has traveled the United States and Europe to perform and study music. Currently, she studies with renowned double bass soloist François Rabbath in Paris.
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