Young Artisits Concerts 2004 TCU/Cliburn Chinese Version 2004 TCU/Cliburn Japanese Version
Young Artists Chamber Music Concert
Thursday, June 17   8:00 p.m.
PepsiCo Recital Hall


Piano Trio in G major, Hob.XV/25                                                        Joseph Haydn

Charlie Albright - Piano
Beth Rudy - Violin
Carol Harlos - Violoncello

 

Piano Quartet in G minor, KV478 (Mov't I)                       Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Ha-Young Sul - Piano
Becky Rathbun - Violin
Kristi Swanson - Viola
Carol Harlos - Violoncello

 

Piano Trio in E minor, Op.90 “Dumka” (Mov't I)                                 Antonin Dvorak

Yoonjung Han - Piano
Beth Rudy - Violin
Carol Harlos - Violoncello

Intermission

Viola Sonata No.2 in E flat major, Op.120 No.2 (Mov't I)                Johannes Brahms

Jannie Lo - Piano
Kristi Swanson – Viola

 

Piano Trio (Mov't I)                                                                              Maurice Ravel

Ita Wang - Piano
Becky Rathbun - Violin
Carol Harlos - Violoncello

 

Piano Quintet in F minor (Mov't I)                                                        Cèsar Franck

Tommaso Cogato - Piano
Becky Rathbun - Violin
Beth Rudy - Violin
Kristi Swanson - Viola
Carol Harlos – Violoncello

 

 

Biographies


Rebecca Rathbun
A native of Austin, Texas and product of the University of Texas String Project, Rebecca has earned a B. M. degree from University of North Texas as a student of James Lerch, and a M. M. degree from Indaina University as a student of the late Josef Gingold. Residing in Bedford, Texas with husband Tom Rathbun and three chidren, David, Johanna, and Victoria, Rebecca has maintained a very active performance/ teaching schedule. From 1977 to 1985 Rebecca performed as a full-time member of the FortWorth Symphony/Chamber Orchestras and taught violin in the FortWorth Youth Orch. Suzuki program at Orchestra Hall.  For the past twenty years, her free - lance schedule has included numerous performances with Fort Worth Symphony, Dallas Symphony Orch.(including the 2003 DSO European tour),Dallas Opera and Casa Manana Musicals. Rebecca is also currently teaching Suzuki strings at Covenant Christian Academy in Colleyville, Texas.

Elizabeth Rudy
Elizabeth Rudy grew up in Ft. Worth, Texas where she began violin studies at the age of eight. She earned a scholarship to UNT and after graduation went on to perform in many orchestras across the country including the New Haven Symphony, Denver Chamber Orchestra, and Milwaukee Civic Orchestra where she served as concertmaster. Now residing in Dallas she is a member of the Dallas Opera Orchestra and the Dallas Bach Society Orchestra, as well as teaching and freelancing extensively throughout the Metroplex.

Kristen Swanson
Kristen Swanson, violist and composer, is a graduate of the prestigious Cleveland Institute of Music. Currently, she is principal Viola of the Texas Chamber Orchestra, the Dallas Summer Musicals, performs with the Dallas Opera Orchestra and groups including Voices of Change, Texas Winds Musical Outreach, Fort Worth Symphony, and Music in The Mountains Festival in Durango, Colorado.  In addition to being a versatile freelancer and chamber Musician, she has also participated in the National T ours of productions such as Phantom of the Opera, ('00, '04) and the Lion King ('02).

Carol Higa Harlos
Carol Higa Harlos was born in Honolulu, Hawaii. She received degrees from Indiana University, the University of Western Ontario, and the University of Toronto. Her principal teachers were Fritz Magg, Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi, and Vladmir Orlov. She has participated in the Banff and Sarasota summer chamber music festivals. She has played with the Honolulu Symphony, was assistant principal with the Colorado Philharmonic, and currently plays with the Fort Worth Symphony and Texas Chamber Orchestra. She has played chamber music concerts with Duo Renard and with faculty members of College of Music at the University of North Texas, including her husband, pianist Steven Harlos.

 

 


 

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