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Concert: Benjamin Beilman

Friday, September 7 at 6:00 pm
Grace Auditorium

Beilman_ChristianSteiner2Benjamin Beilman
Violin

21-year-old violinist Benjamin Beilman is rapidly gaining attention for his "impeccable" playing, "eloquence and flair" (MusicalAmerica.com). His numerous accolades have thrust him onto stages across North America. First Prize Winner of the 2010 Montréal International Musical Competition and winner of the People's Choice Award, he appears this season as soloist with L'Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal under Yannick Nézet-Séguin, with L'Orchestre Symphonique de Québec at the International Festival at Domaine Forget, with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, and will make his debut performances of the Jennifer Higdon Violin Concerto with the South Dakota and Glens Falls symphonies.

Individual tickets will be sold at the door in Grace Auditorium for $20 per performance, or subscribe to the whole 2012 concert season for $100 HERE

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PROGRAM:

BENJAMIN BEILMAN, violin
JESSICA OSBORNE, piano

Sonata for violin and piano                                                                       FRANCIS POULENC
     Allegro con fuoco                                                                                 (1889-1963)
     Très lent et calme ('Le Guitarre fait pleurer les songes')
     Presto tragico

Sonata No. 2 in A Major, Op. 100                                                             JOHANNES BRAHMS
     Allegro amabile                                                                                    (1833-1897)
     Andante tranquillo – Vivace – Andante – Vivace di pu – Andante –Vivace
     Allegertto grazioso (quasi andante)

Fantasy for violin and piano                                                                      OLIVIER MESSIAEN
                                                                                                                  (1908-1992)

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