MID-DAY MUSIC @ COLUMBIA
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
1-2pm | Garden Room 2 | Faculty House | 64 Morningside Dr.
Come join us in the Garden Room at Faculty House, where Students and Music Associates from Columbia University's Music Performance Program will be showcased in an afternoon recital series.
Scherzo Tarantelle, Op. 16
transcribed for cello and piano by Yuriy Leonovich
Sonata for Solo Cello
II. Tema Pastorale con variazione
Clarinet Trio in A minor, Op. 114
Nikki Pet, clarinet & Misha Galant, piano
Cello Concerto in E minor, Op. 85
IV. Allegro — Moderato — Allegro, ma non-troppo — Poco più lento — Adagio
6 Pieces, Op. 51
VI. Valse Sentimentale (transcribed for cello and piano by Viktor Kubatsky)
Passacaglia for Violin and Viola
Elena Ariza, cello
Lucie Ticho is a Chicago-native cellist, currently studying with Richard Aaron at The Juilliard School. Before coming to New York, she took lessons with Tanya Carey and served as the principal cellist of the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra. Lucie has performed as a soloist with the Elgin Symphony, the CYSO and its chamber symphony, and a number of other Chicago area orchestras, and has appeared on NPR’s From The Top and Performance Today. She has been a semifinalist in the Stulberg, Klein, and Johansen International String Competitions. She was also a Youngarts Foundation laureate and a medalist in the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s Crain Maling Concerto Competition and the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) Competition.
Lucie has attended numerous music programs, including the Aspen Music Festival, the New York String Orchestra Seminar, the Bowdoin International Music Festival, and the National Youth Orchestra of the United States. She has collaborated with internationally acclaimed artists such as violinist Stefan Jackiw and dancer Charles “Lil Buck” Riley, and she has performed at venues as diverse as Carnegie Hall and NBA stadiums. When she is not playing cello, Lucie enjoys reading, being outdoors, and seeing her cats. She is a sophomore at Columbia University, where she studies political science.
All events are sponsored by Columbia University's Music Performance Program and are free and open to the public.
Mid-Day Music @ Columbia offers live music to a general audience, following the tradition established by Aaron Warner and Isidor Isaac Rabi, great lovers of music whose memories live on at Faculty House.
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