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CONDUCTING FELLOWS RECITAL
APR 3 with members of the
Philharmonia Orchestra of Yale
ludwig van beethoven
Paolo Bortolameolli conductor
Symphony No. 4 in B-flat major, Op. 60 Adagio – Allegro vivace Adagio Allegro vivace Allegro ma non troppo
St. Lawrence String Quartet Oneppo Chamber Music Series 8 pm | Morse Recital Hall | Tickets $20–30 Mozart: Quartet in D minor, K. 421; Korngold: String Quartet No. 3 in D major, Op. 34 (1945); John Adams: String Quartet (2008). Yale Cellos 8 pm | Morse Recital Hall | Tickets $10-$20 The Yale Cellos, directed by Aldo Parisot, give their annual performance. Featuring music by Albinoni, Schumann, Villa-Lobos, Scott Joplin, Ginastera, Davidoff, and more.
cond ucting fe l l ows re cital
TWO BEETHOVEN SYMPHONIES Symphony No. 4 in B-flat major • Symphony No. 7 in A major
march 30,2012 · friday, 5 pm · morse recital hall
New Music New Haven 8 pm | Morse Recital Hall | Free Featuring guest composer Kaija Saariaho’s Serenatas for cello, piano, and percussion, and Terrestre for solo flute with violin, cello, harp, and percussion.
Yang Jiao conductor
Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92 Poco sostenuto – Vivace Allegretto Presto – Assai meno presto Allegro con brio
This performance is in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Music degree.
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ya l e ph ilh armo nia The Philharmonia Orchestra of Yale is one of America’s foremost music school ensembles. The largest performing group at the Yale School of Music, the Philharmonia offers superb training in orchestral playing and repertoire. Performances include an annual series of concerts in Woolsey Hall, as well as Yale Opera productions in the Shubert Theater. The Yale Philharmonia has also performed on numerous occasions in Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, and the Kennedy Center. The orchestra undertook its first tour of Asia in 2008, with acclaimed performances in the Seoul Arts Center, the Forbidden City Concert Hall and National Center for the Performing Arts (Beijing), and the Shanghai Grand Theatre.
shinik hahm Conductor
yang jiao conductor
paolo bortolameolli conductor
krista johnson Managing Director roberta senatore Librarian kate gonzales Production Assistant
The Philharmonia Orchestra of Yale violin 1 Edson Scheid Hyun Sun Sul Jiwon Kwark Brian Bak Sung Mao Liang Yoon Won Song Jiin Yang Igor Pikayzen Go Woon Choi violin 2 Tammy Wang Geoffrey Herd Seok Jung Lee Wong Young Jung Tao Zhang Christian Sitzmann Cordelia Paw Joo Hye Lim viola On You Kim Dashiel Nesbitt Min Jung Chun Jeejin Chang Dan Zhang Eleanor James cello James Jeonghwan Kim Hae Yoon Shin Elisa Rodriquez Sadaba Jinhee Park Christopher Hwang
bass Nicholas Jones Asa Maynard NaHee Song Andrew Small flute Rosa Jang 1*, 2 Cho-Long Kang 2* oboe Hsuan-Fong Chen 1* Kaitlin Taylor 1 Rebecca Kim 2 Caroline Ross 2* clarinet David Perry 1, 2* Wai Lau 1*, 2 bassoon Helena Kranjc 1*, 2 Lauren Yu 1, 2* horn Lauren Hunt 1* Craig Hubbard 1 Andrew Mee 2* Ian Petruzzi 2
assistant Benjamin Firer music librarians Cristobal Gajardo-Benitez Timothy Hilgert Wai Lau Qizhen Liu Rachel Perfecto Holly Piccoli Matthew Rosenthal Kathryn Salfelder Kaitlin Taylor stage crew John Allen Jonathan Allen Jeffery Arredondo Landres Bryant Colin Brookes Timothy Hilgert Michael Levin Jonathan McWilliams Matthew Rosenthal Aaron Sorensen Gerald Villella
Yang Jiao is currently a conducting fellow at the Yale School of Music, where he studies with Professor Shinik Hahm. He also serves as assistant conductor of the Philharmonia Orchestra of Yale and ensembles for New Music New Haven concerts. Yang graduated from the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, where he studied conducting with Xin Xu and Yi Zhang and was assistant conductor to Professor Yongyan Hu.
Paolo Bortolameolli is a graduate both of the Arts Faculty of Universidad de Chile, where he studied conducting with David del Pino Klinge, and from Pontificia Universidad Católica, where he studied piano with Frida Conn. He is now in his first year of the Master of Music degree program in orchestral conducting at the Yale School of Music, under the guidance of Shinik Hahm.
In 2006, Yang was awarded a prize at the Shenzhen National Conducting Competition in China. He has been invited annually to conduct at the Beijing Modern Music Festival. Yang has participated in conducting master classes with Daniel Harding and Peter Oundjian. He was the resident guest conductor of the Lanzhou Symphony Orchestra in China from 2008 to 2010.
In Chile he was the principal conductor of a youth orchestra for the past three years and assistant conductor of the Orquesta USACH. Recently he performed along with the Orquesta de la Universidad de Concepción and the National Symphonic Orchestra of Perú. As a pianist, Paolo won first prize in the 2003 National Chopin Competition, and in 2005 he won the National Competition for Young Soloists playing Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with the National Symphonic Orchestra of Chile.
As a pianist, Yang was awarded a silver medal in the First National Piano Competition for the German Beethoven Festival in 2004.
trumpet John Ehrenburg 1*, 2 Jean Laurenz 1, 2* percussion Cristobal Gajardo-Benitez
1 - Performer in Symphony No. 4 2 - Performer in Symphony No. 7 * - Principal Player
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