2017 FREE FAMILY MUSIC SPONSORED BY THE
FRIENDS OF THE CARMEL VALLEY LIBRARY!
|Jan 17|| Louis Landon, piano |
|Feb 14|| Grigorian Gubenko Piano Duo |
|Mar 14|| Zachary Edwards, bassoon (Young Artist Series) |
| Apr 11|| Anne Liu, piano (Young Artist Series) |
| May 9|| Kasey Kay, piano |
| Jun 13|| Heejung Ju & Joyce Moon, piano |
|Jul 11|| Philip Lipton, clarinet & composer |
|Aug 8 || Irina Bendetsky & Ondrej Lewitt, piano and violin |
|Sep 12|| Priti Ghandi, soprano & Ines Irawati, piano |
|Oct 10|| TBA, (Young Artist Series) |
|Nov 14|| Elena Yarritu, flutes (piccolo, alto, bass) |
|Dec 12|| TBA |
All these programs are on Wednesday evenings from 7:00 to 7:45 p.m. in the community room of the library. Parents please note- If your children cry during the concert you will need to take them out of the Community Room so the rest of the audience can enjoy the concert.
CARMEL VALLEY LIBRARY PRESENTS
KASEY KAY, PIANO
Wednesday, May 9, 7:00 PM
May’s free family music program sponsored by the Friends of the Carmel Valley Library will be held on Wednesday, May 9 at 7:00 p.m. in the Library’s community room. It will feature pianist KASEY KAY as part of the 2018 Piano Series. Kasey Kay has developed a stellar reputation and following for both technical brilliance and interpretive nuance and captures the passion and emotive sensitivity of the composers she admires. Her dazzling performances have delighted audiences throughout the county for more than 10 years and brought them back for more.
Ms. Kay, formerly Kyungshil Ji, a native of Seoul, Korea, discovered her love of music from her very musical family. As early as junior high she was winning competitions and by the end of high school won the Beethoven competition which landed her a full scholarship at HanYang University, the most revered music university in Korea. Shortly after settling in San Diego, she began studying with Dr. Karen Follingstad, Senior Professor of performance for piano at SDSU. As her mentor and coach, Kasey has developed her range and virtuosity which has culminated in her invitation to compete at the Schlern International Music Festival in Tyrol, Italy in 2012. The program will include works by Chopin, Bach-Busoni, Tchaikovsky-Pletnev and Mendelssohn.
The Library is located at 3919 Townsgate Drive in Carmel Valley. For further information call (858) 552-1668.
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