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reporter Song, pianist Hur, flutist Buck, chief Bac, student 1, manager Han, flutist Jang, student 2.
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6 Korean FLUTEMANS play for the Le flûte 's
Sound of Music(the concerts title say "SOM").
date : 2010.6.29(tue) 7:30pm
place : Young-san art hall (seoul)
ticket : 20,000 won
G.Rossini(1792-1868), S.MERCADANTE(1795-1890), L.V.BEETHOVEN(1770-1827) , W.A.MOZART(1756-1791), G.Bizet(1838-1875), and R.Rodgers(1902-1979) - SELECTIONS FROM THE SOUND OF MUSIC for flute sixtet.
Park Hai-sung, Jang Jae-hyuk, Lee Bong-hwan, Kim Hak-mo, Jo Seung-hwan, Kim Byung-suk.
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2010년 6월 3일 목요일
Born in England and raised in the United States, Martin Kennedy began his formal training at Indiana University, where he received Bachelors of Music in both Composition and Piano Performance. He went on to earn a Master of Music in Composition at Indiana University and a Doctor of Musical Arts at the Juilliard School where he was a C.V. Starr Doctoral Fellow. His principal teachers in composition include Samuel Adler, Milton Babbitt, Claude Baker, David Dzubay, Don Freund, and Sydney Hodkinson. His principal teachers in piano include Jeremy Denk, Eveylne Brancart, and Pamela Penick.
Kennedy's music has been performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the American Composers Orchestra, the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra, the Bloomington Camerata, the Haddonfield Symphony, the Polish National Chamber Orchestra of Slupsk, the Shenandoah Symphony, and the Tuscaloosa Symphony among others.
He is the recipient of several prestigious prizes, including a BMI Student Composer Award, the ASCAP Foundation Rudolf Nissim Prize, five ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Awards, the ASCAP Raymond Hubbel Award, and the Indiana University Dean's Prize in composition in both 1998 and 2002.
Kennedy also remains in demand as a pianist and collaborator. He has toured with both violinist Lara St. John and flutist Thomas Robertello, and he regularly plays concerts with members of the Saint Louis Symphony. He is also committed to the performance of new works, having been a member of both the Indiana University New Music Ensemble and the New Juilliard Ensemble.
Kennedy’s music is available on the Centaur, Azica, and Riax labels. He is also currently on the roster of composers at the Theodore Presser Company and has several works in their catalog.
Since 2005, Kennedy has served as Assistant Professor of Composition and Theory at Washington University in St. Louis.
you can listen M.Kennedy at Seoul, June 11th.2010, Seoul!
Flute. Elizabeth Buck
Piano. Jeonghwa Hur
Ian Clarke (born February 4, 1964 in Broadstairs, Kent, UK) is a British flautist and composer.
Clarke has composed chamber works for solo flute, for flute and piano and for "flute choir". His composing makes much use of extended techniques - jet whistles, timbral trills, alternative fingerings, and simultaneous singing and playing. His has also collaborated with musician and composer Simon Painter writing, producing and performing music for film and television under the name Diva Music.
He came to greater public attention in the UK when flautist David Smith chose to perform Clarke's composition Zoom Tube in the woodwind finals of the 2008 BBC Young Musician of the Year.