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  • Wednesday, September 28, 2011 - 7:30 p.m

    Kulas Hall


    RICHARD STOUT, trombone

    CHRISTINA DAHL, piano, guest artist


    Phantasiestcke, Op. 73 ROBERT SCHUMANN

    (Fantasy Pieces) (1810 1856)

    I. Zart und mit Ausdruck

    II. Lebhaft, leicht

    III. Rasch und mit Feuer


    (1869 - 1946)

    Ballade EUGENE BOZZA

    (1905 - 1991)

    ~ I n t e r m i s s i o n ~

    Fantasia ROGER BOUTRY

    (b. 1932)

    I. Maestoso, Andantino

    II. Allegro

    III. Scherzando

    IV. Andantino, Allegro vivace

    Phantasie* CALEB BURHANS

    *world premiere (b.1980)

    Ballade FRANK MARTIN

    (1890 - 1974)

  • About the Performers

    Trombonist Richard Stout enjoys an active performing career both

    through his orchestra position as Second Trombone/Bass Trumpet/

    Euphonium as well as through his many solo and chamber music

    projects. A member of The Cleveland Orchestra since 2000, Mr. Stout

    has been a faculty member of the Cleveland Institute of Music since

    2001. Actively involved with chamber music at the Institute with

    students, he performs chamber music regularly in a variety of

    ensembles. He performs a wide range of solo works, including solo

    concerto performances with orchestras. His most recent recital

    performances have been with wife Christina Dahl, with whom he has

    recorded Fantasies for trombone and piano for Albany Records, due to

    be released in late 2011. Included on that recording is the Phantasie, by

    Caleb Burhans, which Mr. Stout and Ms. Dahl commissioned. He

    completed his musical studies at The Curtis Institute of Music, where

    he studied with Glenn Dodson. Prior to joining The Cleveland

    Orchestra, he held positions with the Jacksonville Symphony, the New

    Haven Symphony and the North Carolina Symphony.

    Christina Dahl is a chamber musician, soloist and teacher who is on

    the piano faculty at Stony Brook University. She has spent summers at

    the Aspen Music Festival, been a collaborating artist at the Steans

    Institute of the Ravinia Festival, and was a fellow both at the

    Tanglewood Center and the Banff Center. Ms. Dahl was both a faculty

    member and chair of the piano department at the Eastern Music Festival

    for nine years, and has subsequently joined the faculty at the Icicle

    Creek Music Center and Yellow Barn Festival and School. She has

    been a visiting faculty member variously at CIM, Peabody

    Conservatory and Ithaca College. She has twice been a cultural

    ambassador for the U.S. State Department, once as a solo recitalist and

    once as a member of a violin/piano duo. She is a frequent recitalist on

    university artist series, and is in demand as a master class teacher. Her

    students have gone on from Stony Brook to win international piano

    competitions, teach at universities and form new music ensembles.

  • Wednesday, October 12


    Gidon Kremer, violin Giedr Dirvanauskaite, cello

    Andrius Zlabys, piano

    Tickets $28, $40

    Call 216.791.5000, online at cim.edu

    the fourth season of the

    Mixon Hall

    MASTERS SERIES -Tickets now available -

  • Upcoming Events

    Sept. 30 Fri. 7:30pm Kulas Hall



    MARK KOSOWER, cello


    BEETHOVEN Violin Sonata No. 4 in A minor, Op. 23

    FAUR Violin Sonata in A Major, Op. 13

    BRAHMS Trio No. 2 in C Major, Op. 87

    Presented in honor of Donleys, Inc.

    Oct. 2 Sun. 4pm Mixon Hall


    STEPHEN ROSE, violin

    JEANNE PREUCIL ROSE, violin, guest artist


    RICHARD WEISS, cello

    JOELA JONES, piano

    DE FALLA Suite Populair Espaola

    GRANADOS Intermezzo des Goyescas

    TURINA Piano Trio No. 2 in B minor, Op. 76

    ELGAR Piano Quintet in A minor, Op. 84

    *Seating passes required

    Oct. 4 Tue. 7:30pm Mixon Hall


    Directed by Paul Schenly, PIANOFEST combines CIM student &

    faculty performances with lively commentary, bringing the great piano

    literature to life. Reception follows

    General admission $5 at the door / students free with current ID

    Oct. 5 Wed. 7:30pm Kulas Hall


    SASHA MKIL, guest conductor

    LEAH NELSON, violin

    SMETANA Overture to The Bartered Bride

    SHOSTAKOVICH Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor, Op. 77

    SIBELIUS Symphony No. 5 in E-flat Major, Op. 82

    Presented in honor of Wyse Advertising

    Broadcast by Audio-Technica on WCLV 104.9 FM

    airdate 10/12 Wed. 8pm


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