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Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 7:00 p.m.

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Selections (to be announced from the stage)

KASA Quartet
Andy Liang and Aaron Schwartz, violin
Stephanie Price-Wong, viola
Kyle Price, cello

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Keir GoGwilt, violin
Kyle Motl, bass

Ken Kubota, cello
Andy Liang, Aaron Schwartz, David Wong, violin
José Guzmán, guitar
Brian Shank, percussion

 

Mozart Overture

Reynaldo Hahn

(1874–1947)

#2 4:38

Caroga Arts Ensemble
James Thompson, Wes Luke, Isaac Allen, Andy Liang, Mark Chien, Jecoliah Wang, Keir GoGwilt, Jeanelle Thompson, Eliza Wong, Kelly Talim, Aaron Schwartz, Eva Dove, Janice Lee, David Wong, violin
Spencer Ingersoll, Jessica Pasternak Ingersoll, Stephanie Price-Wong, Angela Choong, Deborah Barrett Price, Allyson Stibbards, viola
Kyle Price, Hyugrai “Ray” Kim, Lauren Peacock,
Ken Kubota, Brian Klickman, cello
Jonathan Borden, Kyle Motl, bass
Eva Ding, Melissa Cheng, flute
Tim Feil, Dan Shengquan, oboe
Yan Liu, Jung Kyu Song, clarinet
Dillon Meacham, Arleigh Savage, bassoon
Emily Schaefer, Spencer Koscik, horn
Mark Grisez, Daniel Egan, trumpet
Brian Shank, percussion

 

“Non più! Tutto ascoltai”, K. 490

I. Recitativo. “Non più! Tutto ascoltai”

II. Aria. “Non temer, amato bene”

W. A. Mozart

(1756–1791)

#3 9:00

Jeannie Im, soprano
James Thompson, violin
Caroga Arts Ensemble

Wes Luke, Isaac Allen, Andy Liang, Mark Chien, Jecoliah Wang, Keir GoGwilt, Jeanelle Thompson, Eliza Wong, Kelly Talim, Aaron Schwartz, Eva Dove, Janice Lee, David Wong, violin
Spencer Ingersoll, Jessica Pasternak Ingersoll, Stephanie Price-Wong, Angela Choong, Deborah Barrett Price, Allyson Stibbards, viola
Kyle Price, Hyugrai “Ray” Kim, Lauren Peacock,
Ken Kubota, Brian Klickman, cello
Jonathan Borden, Kyle Motl, bass
Yan Liu, clarinet 1
Jung Kyu Song, clarinet 2
Dillon Meacham, bassoon 1
Arleigh Savage, bassoon 2
Emily Schaefer, horn 1
Spencer Koscik, horn 2

 

Symphony No. 7, Op. 92

I. Poco sostenuto — Vivace

II. Allegretto

III. Presto

IV. Allegro con brio

Ludwig van Beethoven

(1770–1827)

#4 37:00

Caroga Arts Ensemble

James Thompson, Wes Luke, Isaac Allen, Andy Liang, Mark Chien, Jecoliah Wang, Keir GoGwilt, Jeanelle Thompson, Eliza Wong, Kelly Talim, Aaron Schwartz, Eva Dove, Janice Lee, David Wong, violin
Spencer Ingersoll, Jessica Pasternak Ingersoll, Stephanie Price-Wong, Angela Choong, Deborah Barrett Price, Allyson Stibbards, viola
Kyle Price, Hyugrai “Ray” Kim, Lauren Peacock,
Ken Kubota, Brian Klickman, cello
Jonathan Borden, Kyle Motl, bass
Eva Ding, flute 1
Melissa Cheng, flute 2
Tim Feil, oboe 1
Dan Shengquan, oboe 2
Yan Liu, clarinet 1
Jung Kyu Song, clarinet 2
Dillon Meacham, bassoon 1
Arleigh Savage, bassoon 2
Emily Schaefer, horn 1
Spencer Koscik, horn 2
Mark Grisez, trumpet 1
Daniel Egan, trumpet 2
Brian Shank, percussion

 

Symphonic Dances from West Side Story

IX. Finale. Adagio

Leonard Bernstein

(1918–1990)

#5 2:48

Caroga Arts Ensemble

James Thompson, Wes Luke, Isaac Allen, Andy Liang, Mark Chien, Jecoliah Wang, Keir GoGwilt, Jeanelle Thompson, Eliza Wong, Kelly Talim, Aaron Schwartz, Eva Dove, Janice Lee, David Wong, Lydia Feazell, violin
Spencer Ingersoll, Jessica Pasternak Ingersoll, Stephanie Price-Wong, Angela Choong, Deborah Barrett Price, Allyson Stibbards, viola
Kyle Price, Hyugrai “Ray” Kim, Lauren Peacock,
Ken Kubota, Brian Klickman, cello
Jonathan Borden, Kyle Motl, bass
Eva Ding, flute 1
Melissa Cheng, flute 2
Tim Feil, oboe 1
Dan Shengquan, oboe 2
Yan Liu, clarinet 1
Jung Kyu Song, clarinet 2
Emily Schaefer, horn 1
Spencer Koscik, horn 2
Mark Grisez, trumpet 1
Daniel Egan, trumpet 2
Brian Shank, percussion

im-jeannie.jpg Equally at home in Mozart, German cabaret, Viennese operetta, contemporary American opera and early music, Jeannie Im has been lauded by Opera News for her “gorgeous line and touching intensity” and by the Süddeutsche Zeitung for her “warm, powerful soprano.”

Ms. Im's concert work includes appearances as soloist at Carnegie Hall In Poulenc's Gloria and John Rutter's Requiem and Magnificat, soloist in Brahms' Ein Deutsches Requiem with the Grace & Spiritus Chorale of Brooklyn, and the Villa-Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 with the Yale Symphony Orchestra. She has made a specialty of championing music by composers who either died or were exiled from Germany and Austria during World War II, recently performing Five Songs for Soprano and String Quartet by Karl Weigl at the Caroga Lake Music Festival, in addition to numerous concerts of exiled composers under the auspices of Elysium- Between Two Continents in New York and throughout Europe.

Operatic highlights include Gloria in the Italian premiere of Krenek's What Price confidence at the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, Beatrice/Antiope in the world premiere of Lustgarten's Dante im Exil at the Elysium Bernried Festival, Fiordiligi with Underworld Productions at Symphony Space NY, Sophie in Der Rosenkavalier at the Altenburger Musikfestival, and Cleopatra in Giulio Cesare with Brooklyn Opera.

In addition to performing, Jeannie has worked as a director in theatre and opera: recently, she conceived and directed several programs for the Elysium-Between Two Continents International Summer Academy in Bernried, and for the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York City.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presented by Johnstown Midsummer Concert Series

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unknown duration, but at least 53:26 across 5 pieces.

With 4 breaks of 3:00 each, estimated concert is 1:05:26

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