Alumni Performance Calendar

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RENO, NV: Masters and Apprentices

Wednesday, January 26, 2022 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Time Zone: America/Denver
Local Time: Wednesday, January 26, 2022 9:30 PM - 11:00 PM

Featured alumni: Romie de Guise-Langlois (The Academy '09, clarinet)

Apex Concerts returns in the spring with a celebration of the master-apprentice tradition so fundamental in the history of chamber music and at the core of the identity of every musician on stage. The clarinetist David Shifrin was part of the First Season of Apex Concerts, while cellist David Finckel, played a central role in inspiring the Series. Both musicians have served as role models as performers and organizers, as directors of Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and today the United States counts with one of the most thriving chamber music landscapes in many ways thanks to their tireless work. And they are joined on stage by their apprentices: clarinetist Romie de Guise-Langlois and the Apex co-directors Dmitri Atapine and Hyeyeon Park. The tradition of student teacher relationship is reinforced in the repertoire: the friendly duos by Jean-Baptiste Barrère, Felix Mendelssohn and Connesson, a west-coast premiere of a brand new clarinet sonata by Lowell Liebermann (Apex co-commission) and the majestic Clarinet Trio by Johannes Brahms: a work inspired by Mozart and Beethoven, and in itself an inspiration for countless composers since!

  • Jean-Baptiste Barrière (1707-1747) Sonata for Two Cellos in G major (1740)
  • Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) Concertpiece No.1 for Clarinet, Basset Horn, and Piano Op.113 (1832)
  • Lowell Liebermann (b.1961) Sonata for Clarinet and Piano Op.138 (2021) (west coast premiere)
  • Guillaume Connesson (b.1970) Disco-Toccata (1994)
  • Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano in A minor, Op. 114 (1891)
Location: Hall Recital Hall, Reno
Fees: $15-35
Calendar: Domestic (US events only)
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Check out our Alumni Video of the Month:


November 2019

Emi Ferguson (BM ’09, MM ’12, flute; MM ’11, historical performance) and continuo band Ruckus perform J.S. Bach’s Sonata for Flute and Continuo in E Minor, BWV 1034: III. Andante at Harvard University’s Horner Room. The group also recorded this work in their recently released album, Fly the Coop, hailed as “blindingly impressive” by the New York Times, which features new arrangements of Bach’s Flute Sonatas and Keyboard Preludes. You can see them perform the album live on Sunday, November 17 in Upper Manhattan’s Corpus Christi Church.
This video features Juilliard Historical Performance alums Clay Zeller-Townson (MM ’13) on baroque bassoon, Paul Holmes Morton (MM ’16) on theorbo, baroque bassist Doug Balliett (MM ’12), harpist/harpsichordist/organist Parker Ramsay (MM ’17, harp), and Shirley Hunt and Stephen Stubbs on baroque cello and guitar, respectively. Ferguson and Balliett also serve on Juilliard’s Evening Division faculty.

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