Alina Windell, Flute (U.S.A.)
Dr. Windell is widely admired for her vibrant sound. She has performed for South Florida Symphony Orchestra and is currently a member of the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra and principal flutist at the Springer Opera House. She has also appeared with the Columbus Symphony, the Lynn Philharmonia, the Bloomington Camerata Orchestra, the National Orchestral Institute Festival Orchestra, the Opera Theatre and Music Festival Orchestra of Lucca in Italy, and Duxbury Music Festival.
An avid chamber musician and advocate of new music, she premiered Circles by Rachel Matthews, recorded the music of Carter Pann, and performed for Chinook Winds. Most recently, she performed both at the Auburn University and the Jule Collins Smith Museum. She currently teaches in Southern Union State Community College and maintains a private studio.
Her students have received numerous honours including gaining admittance to the Interlochen Arts Academy and in competitions e.g. MTNA and the Atlanta Flute Club.
Jeremy Samolesky, Piano (Canada)
Jeremy is an Associate Professor of Piano at Auburn University.
He has appeared in concerts throughout the world, the most notable being a full recital at the Kennedy Center in the USA. His festival appearances include the Banff Centre for the Arts, the Orford Arts Centre, the Agassiz Music Festival, the Courtenay Music Festival, the Methow Music Festival, the Adriatic Chamber Music Festival, and the Chigiana Music Academy and featured in a documentary on the piano music of Sergei Prokofiev.
As an avid performer, he held numerous concert tours in Asia and over 100 recitals and masterclasses throughout the U.S over the past five years. He was a lecturer and soloist at the World Piano Conference and gave concerts and taught at music conservatories in South America. His debut CD will be released in March 2015.
His understudies are frequent competition winners and receive regular scholarships and assistantships and was hence awarded the “Excellence in Teaching” award from Auburn University.
A Night of Musical Kaleidoscope
From Bach to Yiruma! This year ensemble will be music from Vivaldi’s all time favourite, The Four Seasons violin concerto; Bach’s famous Air on G String & Brandenburg Concerto; the heart-warming Yiruma’s River Flows Into You; the exotic Bizet’s Carmen Fantasy and many more!
We will also feature the super clarinet soloist Mr. Andrew Simon, well-known for his flawless fingers-flying techniques and beautiful tone that will give you all an unforgettable musical journey!
The ensemble will also extend its mission on intensive education and outreach programs benefiting local community and younger generation, such as “Meet the Musicians” sessions and workshops involving students from various schools – to provide harmony for ALL.
So, let’s enjoy “A Night of Musical Kaleidoscope” with various popular tunes and the versatility of PSPA International Ensemble.
Ipoh Concert Date : 15th August 2015, Saturday Times : 8.00pm Venue : Tenby Schools Ipoh Auditorium
Ticket Prices :
(i) Category 1 seats (85 seats) @ RM150 (Limited Seats) (ii) Category 2 seats (110 seats) @ RM80 Limited Seats) (iii) Category 3 seats (95 seats) @ RM40 (Sold Out)
*Student 30% discount *Senior Citizen aged 60 years and above 20% discount *Buy online from PSPA store will get a further 10% discount.
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Tickets can be obtained from PSPA online store and PSPA office. Call Witzi at : 012-5088818 PSPA at : 05-2427814
or visit our PSPA Store www.ipohcity.com/pspa for more details.