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  • WOODWIND ENSEMBLES

    Tuesday, May 1, 2018

    Leo Janek

    (1854-1928)

    Eric Ewazen

    (b. 1954)

    Mld (Youth)

    Allegro

    Andante sostenuto

    Vivace

    Allegro animato

    Moiss Lpez Ruiz, flute

    Anna Larson, oboe

    Yurong Bao, clarinet

    Martin Kocev, bass clarinet

    Allen Jiang, bassoon

    AllenJade Carter, horn

    Richard Solis, coach

    Ballade, Pastorale and Dance for Flute,

    Horn and Piano

    Darilyn Fine, flute

    Rachel Lauson, horn

    Tianle Chen, piano

    Mary Kay Fink & Richard King, coaches

    (continued)

    7:30pm | Mixon Hall

    John Clouser, Mary Kay Fink, Frank Rosenwein,

    Jonathan Sherwin, Richard Solis, Barrick Stees

    & Afendi Yusuf, coaches

  • Suite daprs Corrette, for Oboe, Clarinet

    and Bassoon, Op. 161b

    Entre et Rondeau

    Tambourin

    Musette

    Srnade

    Fanfare

    Rondeau

    Menuet

    Le Coucou

    Caitlyn Gurgel, oboe

    Zikang Wang, clarinet

    Allen Jiang, bassoon

    John Clouser, coach

    The Rite of Spring for Wind Quintet

    Catharsis Wind Quintet

    Jessica Chancey, flute

    M. Isaac Ripple, oboe

    Shihao Zhu, clarinet

    Corbin Krebs, bassoon

    Willem Crone, horn

    Jonathan Sherwin, coach

    Intermission

    Trio for Piano, Clarinet and Horn, Op. 274

    I. Allegro

    II. A Tale: Andante

    Hanlin Chen, clarinet

    Susannah Greenslit, horn

    Zhiye Lin, piano

    John Clouser & Richard King, coaches

    Darius Milhaud

    (1892-1974)

    Igor Stravinsky

    (1882-1971)

    arr. Jonathan Russell

    Carl Reinecke

    (1824-1910)

  • Serenade No. 11 in E-flat Major, K. 375

    Allegro maestoso

    Menuetto

    Adagio

    Menuetto

    Finale: Allegro

    Emily Hodges, oboe

    Anna Larson, oboe

    Zachary West, clarinet

    Shihao Zhu, clarinet

    David Burrough, bassoon

    Hunter Lorelli, bassoon

    Nathan Peebles, horn

    Connor Monday, horn

    Richard King, Frank Rosenwein,

    Barrick Stees & Afendi Yusuf, coaches

    Octet for Wind Instruments

    Sinfonia

    Tema con variazioni

    Finale

    Peter Arfsten, flute

    Huibin Zou, clarinet

    Ian Morin, bassoon

    Mackenzie Brauns, bassoon

    Amy Head, trumpet

    Jamie Gorski, trumpet

    Giovanni Miceli, trombone

    David Hector, trombone

    Barrick Stees, coach

    Wolfgang Amadeus

    Mozart

    (1756-1791)

    Igor Stravinsky

  • PETER ARFSTEN, flute, is a masters student from Queens, New

    York, and studies with Mary Kay Fink.

    YURONG BAO, clarinet, is an undergraduate student from Beijing,

    China, and studies with Franklin Cohen.

    MACKENZIE BRAUNS, bassoon, is an artist diploma student from

    Cincinnati, Ohio, and studies with Barrick Stees.

    DAVID BURROUGH, bassoon, is an undergraduate student from

    Katy, Texas, and studies with Barrick Stees.

    ALLENJADE CARTER, horn, is an undergraduate student from

    Austin, Texas, and studies with Richard King.

    JESSICA CHANCEY, flute, is an undergraduate student from

    Orlando, Florida, and studies with Mary Kay Fink.

    HANLIN CHEN, clarinet, is an undergraduate student from AnHui,

    HeFei, China, and studies with Franklin Cohen.

    TIANLE CHEN, piano, is a masters student from Nanning, China,

    and studies with Kathryn Brown.

    WILLEM CRONE, horn, is an undergraduate student from

    Blacksburg, Virginia, and studies with Richard King.

    DARILYN FINE, flute, is an undergraduate student from Verona,

    New Jersey, and studies with Mary Kay Fink.

    JAMIE GORSKI, trumpet, is an undergraduate student from Little

    Canada, Minnesota, and studies with Michael Sachs.

    SUSANNAH GREENSLIT, horn, is an undergraduate student from

    Odenton, Maryland, and studies with Richard King.

    CAITLYN GURGEL, oboe, is an undergraduate student from

    Austin, Texas, and studies with Jeffrey Rathbun.

    AMY HEAD, trumpet, is a masters student from Hilliard, Ohio, and

    studies with Michael Miller.

    DAVID HECTOR, trombone, is an undergraduate student from

    Evergreen Park, Illinois, and studies with Massimo La Rosa.

    EMILY HODGES, oboe, is an undergraduate student from

    Morrisville, North Carolina, and studies with Frank Rosenwein.

    ABOUT THE PERFORMERS

  • ALLEN JIANG, bassoon, is an undergraduate student from Chicago,

    Illinois, and studies with John Clouser.

    MARTIN KOCEV, clarinet, is an undergraduate student from

    Valandovo, Macedonia, and studies with Franklin Cohen.

    CORBIN KREBS, bassoon, is an undergraduate student from Las

    Vegas, Nevada, and studies with Barrick Stees.

    ANNA LARSON, oboe, is an undergraduate student from Portland,

    Oregon, and studies with Jeffrey Rathbun.

    RACHEL LAUSON, horn, is an undergraduate student from Edina,

    Minnesota, and studies with Richard King.

    ZHIYE LIN, piano, is an undergraduate student from Shantou, China,

    and studies with HaeSun Paik.

    HUNTER LORELLI, bassoon, is an undergraduate student from

    Washington, DC, and studies with Barrick Stees.

    GIOVANNI MICELI, trombone, is a professional studies student

    from Palermo, Italy, and studies with Massimo La Rosa.

    CONNOR MONDAY, horn, is an undergraduate student from

    Jacksonville, Florida, and studies with Richard Solis.

    IAN MORIN, bassoon, is a masters student from Deltona, Florida,

    and studies with Barrick Stees.

    NATHAN PEEBLES, horn, is an undergraduate student from

    Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, and studies with Richard King.

    M. ISAAC RIPPLE, oboe, is an undergraduate student from Erie,

    Pennsylvania, and studies with Frank Rosenwein.

    MOISS LPEZ RUIZ, flute, is a masters student from Cantillana,

    Spain, and studies with Mary Kay Fink.

    ZIKANG WANG, clarinet, is an undergraduate student from

    Chengdu, Sichuan, China, and studies with Franklin Cohen.

    ZACHARY WEST, clarinet, is an undergraduate student from

    Plymouth, Massachusetts, and studies with Franklin Cohen.

    SHIHAO ZHU, clarinet, is an undergraduate student from

    Zhengzhou, China, and studies with Franklin Cohen.

    HUIBIN ZOU, clarinet, is an undergraduate student from Beijing,

    China, and studies with Franklin Cohen.

  • ABOUT THE COACHES

    JOHN CLOUSER is the head of CIMs Bassoon Department and is

    principal bassoon of The Cleveland Orchestra. He completed studies

    at Temple University, Trenton State College and Gordon College, and

    his teachers have included Bernard Garfield and Matthew Ruggiero.

    Clouser served as associate principal bassoon of Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal from 1994-97. He was also former principal

    bassoon of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra from 1988-94 and a

    member of the faculty woodwind quintet at Memphis State University

    from 1988-92. He has participated in the Peninsula, Colorado,

    Tanglewood, Flagstaff, Round Top and Grand Teton Festivals, and

    served as adjunct professor at McGill University, Rhodes College and

    Haverford College. He was appointed to the CIM faculty in 1997.

    ~ ~ ~

    MARY KAY FINK joined The Cleveland Orchestra as piccoloist in

    1990 and has appeared as soloist with the orchestra on numerous

    occasions. She has also been a member of the New Jersey Symphony,

    Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra and Seito-Kinen Festival Orchestra. In

    addition, she has performed with the New York Philharmonic,

    Nashville Symphony, San Francisco Symphony, Minnesota Orchestra

    and Milwaukee Symphony. She was Associate Professor of Flute at the

    University of Wisconsin-Madison (1988-89), flute instructor at Baldwin

    Wallace College (1994-99) and has been on the faculty of CIM since

    1991. In 1986 she won first prize in the National Flute Association

    Young Artist Competition and has been invited to many of the

    National Flute Conventions as a performer. She holds degrees from

    Oberlin Conservatory of Music and The Juilliard School.

    ~ ~ ~

    RICHARD KING joined The Cleveland Orchestra in 1988 at age 20

    as associate principal horn. He served as principal horn from 1997-

    2015, and now sits as a section member. King has been featured many

    times as soloist with the Orchestra, including works by Britten, Haydn

    and Mozart. He has also appeared as soloist with the Richmond

    Symphony, Tokyo Symphony and New Zealands Auckland

    Philharmonia.

  • A native of Long Island, New York, King began playing the horn at the

    age of 9 and spent six years as a student of Arthur Green. He then

    attended the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, where his

    primary horn teacher was former Cleveland Orchestra principal

    Myron Bloom.

    An active chamber musician and recitalist, King has performed as a

    member of the Center City Brass Quintet since 1985; their five

    recordings on the Chandos label have been met with wide critical

    acclaim. His albums of Chamber Music for Horn and Schubert Lieder

    transcribed for horn and piano have been released by Albany Records.

    In July and August of 2014, he was a first-time participant at the

    Marlboro Music Festival.

    King is a member of the faculty at the Cleveland Institute of Music

    since 1995. He plays a Conn 8D horn and is a clinician fo