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Virtual Picnic Concert No. 4

Three of the Music Academy’s esteemed faculty artists have offered their recent virtual performances in today’s video. One of the first socially-distanced concerts to happen in Korea, viola faculty artist Richard O’Neill performs Halvorsen’s Passacaglia in G Minor on a theme by Handel, followed by Schubert’s Erlkönig with violinist Inmo Yang. Oboe faculty artist Eugene Izotov  – in San Francisco – is joined by LA Phil flutist Denis Bouriakov – in Seoul, Korea –  for an instrumental version of Leporello’s comedic aria from Mozart’s Don Giovanni, “Madamina, il catalogo è questo.” Horn faculty artist Julie Landsman performs with several of her students across the country (three of which – Wei-Ping Chou (’02), Geoffrey Pilkington (’01, ’02), and Nathaniel Silberschlag (’17, ’18) – are Music Academy alumni) in a work by Eric Whitacre, Sleep. Learn more about the Music Academy’s greatest asset – its faculty – in today’s Resonance Blog. READ THE BLOG

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