• Print

Music

March 8, 2014 | 7:30 P | Orchestra

Theme: Music of the Early 1770's in Austria

Symphony No. 17 in G Major, K. 129                W.A. Mozart

I. Allegro

II. Andante

III. Allegro

Concerto No. 1 for Violin and Orchestra in B-Flat Major, K. 207   W.A. Mozart

I. Allegro Moderato

II. Adagio

III. Presto

Ji Young An, Violin

INTERMISSION

Symphony No. 43 in E-flat Major "Mercury". H.I/43        F.J. Haydn

I. Allegro

II. Adagio

III. Menuet-Trio

IV. Allegro

HENRY SHIN has steadily built a reputation as versatile conductor of his generation.  A strong proponent of bringing music to underserved youth in Los Angeles, he serves as the music director and conductor of Harmony Project Orchestras.  Mr. Shin is also is the assistant conductor of the Elizabeth Mandel Music Institute (EMMI) Chamber Orchestra at the Crossroads School in Santa Monica, under Maestro Alexander Treger.   Prior to his arrival in Los Angeles, he served as assistant conductor of the University Symphony Orchestra at UC Berkeley and the San Francisco Civic Symphony.  During the summer months, Mr. Shin serves as music director of the UC Berkeley Summer Symphony.  He has also been music director of the San Francisco Arts Education Project’s Event Players, a premiere children’s musical theater troupe, leading sold-out performances of Carousel, Guys and Dolls, Oklahoma!, and On the Town.  In the Fall of 2009, Mr. Shin was a prizewinner at the prestigious International Competition for Young Conductors in Besançon, France – notable alumni to include Seiji Ozawa and Osmo Vänskä.

A pianist and cellist, Mr. Shin has studied conducting with David Milnes, John Barnett, Carl St.Clair, and Neal Stulberg, among others.  He has also worked alongside Kurt Masur, James Conlon, Marin Alsop, Gustav Meier, Daniel Lewis, and Stanislaw Skrowaczewski.  In 2006, he received the UC Berkeley’s Alfred Hertz Memorial Traveling Fellowship, which enabled him to be a conducting apprentice at the Deutsches Nationaltheater und Staatskapelle Weimar in Germany under Carl St.Clair.  Mr. Shin holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from UC Berkeley, his Masters degree in conducting from the USC Flora L. Thornton School of Music, and currently completing his doctoral studies at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music.

Korean-born violinist JI YOUNG AN began her musical training on the piano at the age of 5, switching to violin at the age of 11. At the age of 13, she moved to Paris, France to continue her musical studies. In 2007, Ji Young graduated from the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris where she studied violin with Olivier Charlier, obtaining the conservatory’s first prize and following it up with a year of specializing in chamber music under Marc Coppey. Furthering her studies in the US, Ji Young has received a full scholarship from UCLA for her Master’s and DMA studies, under the tutelage of Guillaume Sutre, and was awarded the Elaine Krown Klein Fine Arts Scholarship, as well as the Mimi Alpert Feldman Scholarship. She has participated in several masterclasses with renowned artists such as Midori Goto, Martin Chalifour, and Renaud Capuçon. Ji Young has been in great demand as a guest artist and lecturer for the afternoon concert series at Pierce College and beginning January 2014, she has been appointed Lecturer of Violin at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, replacing Professor Movses Pogossian during his sabbatical.

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.

2013-2014 Concert Season

2013 FALL QUARTER CONCERTS

2014 WINTER QUARTER CONCERTS

 

APRIL 5, 2014

CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES:

Jason Uyeyama, Sooah Kim, Toby Appel, and Madeleine Kabat

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

8P | $15 General Admission

 

APRIL 6, 2014

STUDENT RECITAL SERIES:

Stephanie Jones, soprano

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

5P | Free

 

APRIL 12, 2014

FACULTY RECITAL SERIES:

Celia Chan Valerio, harp

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

8P | $15 General Admission

 

APRIL 20, 2014

STUDENT RECITAL SERIES:

Stephanie Looi, piano

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

7P | Free

 

APRIL 23, 2014

CHAMBER RECITAL SERIES:

Simply Three

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

7P | $10 General Admission | $5 Student

 

APRIL 26, 2014

56th CONCERTO CONCERT

featuring:

Jonathan Mamora, piano

Jason Anthony, flute

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

8:15P | Free

 

APRIL 27, 2014

STUDENT RECITAL SERIES:

Sara Pinto da Silva, soprano

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

2P | Free

 

MAY 3, 2014

ANNUAL OPERA GALA

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

8:15P | Free

MAY 4, 2014

 

ALUMNI RECITAL SERIES:

Kimberly Sogioka, mezzo-soprano

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

5P | $15 General Admission

 

MAY 13, 2014

STUDENT RECITAL SERIES:

Paulette Jumalon, soprano

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

7P | Free

 

MAY 14, 2014

STUDENT RECITAL SERIES:

Lewes Mowery, music technology

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

7P | Free

 

MAY 17, 2014

WIND ENSEMBLE CONCERT

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

8:15P | Free

 

MAY 18, 2014

STUDENT RECITAL SERIES:

Ryan Gil, violin & viola

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

7P | Free

 

MAY 20, 2014

STUDENT RECITAL SERIES:

Jing Fang, violin

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

5P | Free

 

MAY 20, 2014

STUDENT RECITAL SERIES:

Lindsey Char, flute

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

7P | Free

 

MAY 27, 2014

WIND AND PERCUSSION RECITAL

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

5P | Free

 

MAY 27, 2014

STUDENT RECITAL SERIES:

Marc Robles, tenor

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

7P | Free

 

MAY 28, 2014

MAY MAYHEM

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

7P | Free

 

MAY 31, 2014

CHORAL HOME CONCERT

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

8:15P | Free

 

JUNE 1, 2014

SPRING POPS CONCERT WITH ORCHESTRA

FOUNDERS GREEN

5P | Free | Bring a picnic dinner

 

JUNE 3, 2014

STUDENT RECITAL SERIES:

Jason Anthony, flute

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

5P | Free

 

JUNE 3, 2014

JAZZ COMBO RECITAL

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

7P | Free

 

JUNE 4, 2014

STUDENT CHAMBER RECITAL

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

7P | Free

 

JUNE 7, 2014

BIG BAND CONCERT

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

8:15P | Free

 

JUNE 8, 2014

ORCHESTRA CONCERT: Mahler's 5th Symphony

TOM & VI ZAPARA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

TBA

 

JUNE 14, 2014

COMMENCEMENT VESPERS

HOLE MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

6P | Free