La Sierra University Orchestra
October 12, 2013 | 7:00 PM
All Mozart Concert!
Overture to Don Giovanni
Concerto for Flute and Harp - Jacqueline Marshall, Harp; Martin Glicklich, Flute
Symphony No. 35 "Haffner"
About the Director
DEAN ANDERSON is currently completing his second season as the Music Director for the Dana Point Symphony. Additionally, he holds a faculty position at Fullerton College as music director for the Fullerton College Symphony, where he also teaches violin and viola. He is frequently engaged as an orchestra clinician and has worked with youth ensembles from across the United States.
He has been invited to guest conduct on numerous occasions and has led the Grumo Festival Orchestra (Grumo, Italy), Hong Kong Chamber Orchestra, Siam Sinfonietta (Bankgok, Thailand),Yakima Chamber Orchestra, Cerritos College Orchestra, and the Orange County Youth Symphony. In 2011, he was invited to guest conduct the Ho Chi Minh City Ballet Symphony in Vietnam and was the first American ever to conduct the orchestra professionally in Ho Chi Minh City.
His past positions as music director include the Orange County Symphony, the Columbia Civic Orchestra, the Missouri Symphony Youth Orchestra, and the Stephens College orchestra.
As a collaborative artist, he has participated in projects with the Chance Theater, Nouveau Chamber Ballet, the Anaheim Ballet, and conducted the recording session at Capitol Records of music by Kostas Christides and Minos Matsas for the full-length documentary on the life and work of Stan Lee entitled With Great Power: The Stan Lee Story (2010).
Mr. Anderson studied violin and conducting at the University of Missouri – Columbia, where he studied with John McLeod and Edward Dolbashian respectively. He has also participated in conducting master classes with such prominent teachers as Gustav Meier, Mark Gibson, Marin Alsop, Mihail Agafita, Don Thulean, Neal Stulberg and Lawrence Golan. Recently, he has been appointed the Director of Orchestral Studies at La Sierra University in Riverside, CA.
About the Musicians
Jacqueline Marshall, harp
Harpist Jacqueline Marshall holds a B.M. and an M.M. from UCLA, as well as a Professional Studies Diploma from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Jacqueline plays for studio and television recordings and has appeared on Glee, America’s Got Talent and the 2013 PBS Christmas Special with Rod Stewart. Jacqueline is regularly engaged in orchestral playing, and has performed at venues including the Walt Disney Concert Hall, Davies Symphony Hall and the Hollywood Bowl under such conductors as Gustavo Dudamel, David Robertson and Keith Lockhart. Jacqueline regularly travels to Charleston for performances, where she plays with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra and Opera Charleston. Jacqueline has appeared as a soloist with the UCLA Symphony Orchestra, the Southern California Young Artist’s Symphony and at the Banff Music Festival. Jacqueline regularly performs solo and chamber recitals, and has given performances for series at Piccolo Spoleto, the Brevard Music Center and at Marymount California University.
In addition to performing, Jacqueline is very involved in teaching. In 2006, she helped to form The Harp In Our Public Schools Project, which provides free harp lessons to children in underserved schools. Since the program’s start in 2006, over 350 children in the Lennox and Compton School Districts have learned to play the harp. Jacqueline is also an adjudicator for the American String Teacher’s Association Certificate Achievement Program, and has been on faculty at YMF/Balmat’s National Youth Orchestra Camp. Jacqueline currently serves as an adjunct lecturer at La Sierra University.
Martin Glicklich has enjoyed success as an educator, soloist, conductor, chamber and orchestral musician, and has been described as possessing dazzling virtuosity with an enchanting, singing sound. A native of Los Angeles, Martin received his Doctorate of Musical Arts degree in flute performance at the Thornton School of Music at USC under the tutelage of James Walker. He was given the Department of Music Award for Most Outstanding Doctoral Wind and Percussion Student. Previously, Martin had also studied with Walfrid Kujala at Northwestern University where he received his Master of Music degree, and with Geraldine Rotella at California State University, Northridge, where he received his Bachelor of Music degree. Martin has played in most of the orchestras in Southern California, including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Los Angeles Opera Orchestra, and the Long Beach Symphony, among others. Working in many musical genres and styles, Martin has also collaborated with a variety of performing artists. He can be heard on recordings of Neil Diamond, Harry Connick Jr., as well as with the Hollywood Klezmer Ensemble, among others. He has performed live with Marvin Hamlisch, Theodore Bikel, as well as with Marilyn Horne and Midori. Active in the motion picture recording industry, Martin can also be heard on a number of movie soundtracks.
Dedicated to teaching as well as performing, Martin has had students accepted as flute majors to the Colburn Conservatory, Thornton School of Music at USC, Herb Albert School of Music at UCLA and the Manhatten School of Music, among others. Former students have gone on to established careers as educators and performers; most recently the second flute position of the Houston Symphony. He currently teaches flute and coaches chamber music at La Sierra University where he is also the Director of their Summer Music Academy and Summer Camp. He just recently was appointed Director of the La Sierra University Community Music School. Martin is also on the Board of Directors for the Southwestern Youth Music Festival, and is a faculty member of the Montecito International Music Festival. Martin currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife Carmina, and children Samuel and Sophia.