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February 27, 2008

Art Exhibit: Paradise and Purgatory

Paradise and Purgatory, an exhibition of new two- and three-dimensional art by graduate students in the Department of Art will be on display in the Music Library and Wilson Library through April 14. For more information, visit the Library Exhibits page.

Evstyukhin Wins 07/08 Concerto Competition

Congratulations to Denis Evstyukhin, who won the University Symphony Orchestra 2007/2008 Concerto Competition! Evstyukhin, a student of Alex Braginsky, won the competition playing Sergei Rachmaninoff's Concerto No. 2.; he will perform the same piece with the University Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Henry Charles Smith on March 9.

Nick Donatelle (student of Tanya Remenikova) and Chen-Yu Hsu (student of Jorja Fleezanis) each received an Honorable Mention in the Competition.

February 1, 2008

Faculty Recital: John Snow, oboe; Norbert Nielubowski, bassoon; and Timothy Lovelace, piano

Don't miss this exciting event featuring SOM faculty members performing French music for oboe, bassoon, and piano.

Saturday, February 16, 2008 at 4:00 pm
Lloyd Ultan Recital Hall

Guest Artists: Pro Arte Piano Trio

Don't miss the guest artist recital by Pro Arte Piano Trio on Friday, Feb. 15 at 7:30pm in Lloyd Ultan Recital Hall.

Formed in 1997, Pro Arte Piano Trio is one of the premier chamber ensembles performing today in Taiwan.
It's founder and violinist Juin-Ying Lee is an outstanding violinist and a School of Music alum (D.M.A. '96). Since his return to Taiwan, he established himself as an important musical force in Taiwan and sends annually his outstanding students for further studies in our school. Currently there are three of his former students pursuing graduate studies in the School of Music.

This will be their first appearance in the U.S. as a trio. They will also appear in the Chamber Music Society of Minnesota on February 17 and will make their Boston debut at the MIT Concert Series the following week.