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Bethel Arts Presents "Kravchak & Au in Recital"
Bethel Arts is proud to present World-class musical artists Dr. Richard Kravchak, oboe, English horn and baroque oboe, and Ms. Mary Au, collaborative artist, in recital on Saturday January 12, 2013 at 4pm.
Repertoire to be performed includes:
Handel Sonata in C minor, HWV 366, on baroque oboe
Marin Marais, Les Folies d'Espagne, on baroque oboe
Eugene Bozza, Divertissement, for English horn and piano
Dvorak, Sonatine for Klavier and Oboe in G major, Op. 100
Jason Bahr, Lacerations for oboe and piano
Rod Butler, Fantasy on Days, for oboe alone
When: Saturday January 12, 2013 at 4pm
Where: Bethel United Church of Christ, 536 N. Euclid Ave, Ontario CA, 91762
Price: FREE (Donations are Cheerfully encouraged and gratefully accepted!)
Richard Kravchak, virtuosic oboist, has performed professionally as a woodwind soloist, chamber and orchestral musician worldwide on all of the major woodwind instruments in both the jazz and classical idioms. Kravchak is an alumnus of the
Eastman School of Music, the Juilliard School, and Florida State University. In addition to being a superb performing artist, Krachak is a dedicated educator. He is currently is Professor of Music at California State University, Dominguez Hills, where he where he is the Chairman of the Music Department. In addition to being the Founding President of the College Music Society Pacific Southwest Chapter, he is also a member of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Schools of Music.
Mary Au, Hong Kong born pianist, is an impassioned collaborative artist, chamber musician, solo pianist and master teacher with worldwide experience. Hailed for her "sensitive, seamless transition between chamber music collaboration and piano accompaniment"
To see and hear Dr. Kravchak performing the Mozart concerto for oboe and strings, please visit http://youtu.be/
Bethel Arts is the arts incubator for Ontario and the Inland Empire. Please join us for this tremendous program, featuring music from 4 centuries! Visit us at http://bethelontariomusic.com for more information.