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Concert by Trio Clavino, USA

Xun Pan, piano

Doris Hall-Gulati, clarinet

Simon Maurer, violin/viola

 

PROGRAM

Shostakovich

Two Waltzes

Waltz

Barrel-Organ Waltz

Alexander

Arutiunian:

Suite                                                                                                    

Final – Allegro non troppo

Jeffrey Gao

TheJourney                                                                                                        

Waking

Chanting

Walking

Dancing

John CarbonOwl’s Tango                                                               

Srul Irving Glick

The Klezmer’s Wedding                                                                            

Ping Jin

Three Folk Songs from Blue Lake

-    Love Song

-    Lament

-    Drinking Song

Max Bruch

Eight Pieces, Op.83                                                                                             

Nocturne – Andante con moto

Allegro vivace, ma non troppo

Peter Schickele

Serenade for Three                                                                                       

Dances

Songs

Variations

*program subject to change

Founded by pianist Xun Pan, clarinetist Doris Hall-Gulati, and violinist/violist Simon Maurer, Trio Clavino is the Artists-in-Residence at the Gifted and Talented Program at Millersville University of Pennsylvania. Each musician in this group brings a unique style into the ensemble. As part of their mission to introduce as many new works as possible for this particular combination, Trio Clavino is committed to premiering and performing commissioned works by living composers. The highlights of the Trio recently were performing in Germany and Austria in May of 2012 and returning to China to teach and perform in June of 2012.


Doris Hall-Gulati

After being awarded First Prize in the Louise D. McMahon International Music Competition, Ms. Hall-Gulati gave her New York debut, performing the world premiere of John Carbon's "Rhapsody For Clarinet and Orchestra," at Avery Fischer Hall, Lincoln Center, with Gerard Schwarz and the New York Chamber Symphony. About the performance, Allan Kozinn of The New York Times wrote, "Éa demandingly agile clarinet line, played with both virtuosity and nuance by Doris J. Hall-Gulati, wove its way through a variegated orchestra fabric." Doris made her Carnegie (Weill) Hall debut playing with the Alaria Chamber Ensemble, and her Merkin Hall debut, premiering Thea Musgrave's "Ring Out Wild Bells," with the Philadelphia Trio.

Doris can be heard on the MMC, Naxos and New World record labels. About the recent Naxos recording of Hansen's "Nymphs and Satyr Ballet Suite," Paul Cook of classicstoday.com, was moved to say, "I was particularly taken (by) Doris Hall-Gulati on the clarinet."

An advocate for new music, Doris has performed in music festivals and on multiple series as a soloist and chamber musician, throughout the US, China and Russia. Doris toured the Silk Road, China with the International Music Festival in July 2007, touring six cities as a performer and teacher. Ms. Hall-Gulati accepted the invitation to serve as a Visiting Professor at the Lanzhou Multicultural University.

Doris earned her Bachelor's degree from the Peabody Conservatory of Music, and her Masters in Music studying on a graduate fellowship from the University of Michigan. Doris is a Phi Kappa Lambda.

Ms. Hall-Gulati is Principal Clarinet in The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia and the Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra, based in Philadelphia. Doris is also the Bass Clarinetist in The Opera Company of Philadelphia. Most recently Doris was appointed as Artist in Residence at Franklin & Marshall College, located in Lancaster, PA.

Simon Maurer

Simon Maurer grew up in Switzerland in a family of six children, all of whom became professional musicians.  He studied music at the Conservatory in Biel, and continued his violin studies in the U.S. with Geoffrey Michaels at Swarthmore College and Joyce Robbins at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

Mr. Maurer is an accomplished musician performing chamber music, solo and orchestra concerts throughout the eastern United States and Switzerland.  He is currently Concertmaster of the Schuylkill Symphony Orchestra, Assistant Concertmaster of the Pennsylvania Sinfonia, and performs with Valley Vivaldi, Satori. He has performed as feature soloist in France and Switzerland with the St. Jean Orchestra of Geneva Switzerland, receiving rave reviews.

A founding member of Gabriel Chamber Ensemble, www.gabrielensemble.org, he has performed with the ensemble throughout North Eastern and Central Pennsylvania for 19 years and is artistic director at their concert series at Jerusalem Lutheran Church in Schuylkill Haven. Committed to performance and education, the group takes pride in bringing classical music to underserved areas, and makes efforts to have music outreach in the schools.

Mr. Maurer also ventures in the practice of jazz and free style improvisation.  He has been a featured soloist in Philadelphia area jazz clubs, has performed at “Jazzfest” in Schuylkill County.  He has recorded numerous projects with folk singers and rock groups: Maggie Pierce and EJ; Zen fro Primates, and others.

Simon lives on a converted 20 acre Boy Scout camp, where he built his own 2000 square foot concert hall and enjoys the outdoors. Tennis is the preferred exercise. He has two lovely granddaughters!

Xun Pan

Chinese-American pianist Xun Pan received his early musical training from his grandmother and pianists-parents, Pan Yiming and Ying Shizhen. He continued his studies at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, Syracuse University in New York, and earned the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Rutgers University in New Jersey.

Mr. Pan has won many international piano competitions and awards, beginning with first prize in the 1986 China National Piano Competition in Beijing, and the "Dr. Luis Sigall" International Piano Competition in Chile in 1987, the International Festival Piano Competition in Korea in 1990, the Frinna Awerbuch International Piano Competition in New York in 1992, and the Artists International Competition in New York in 1993. A student of Theodore Lettvin, Mr. Pan has performed solo recitals worldwide from Carnegie Weill Hall to the Beijing National Center for Performing Arts. He has performed in Moscow, Santiago, Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai, Pyong-Yang, London, Los Angeles, Frankfurt, Taipei, Budapest, New York, Vina Del Mar, Washington DC, Lisbon, Toronto, Boston, and many other cities in the world. He “…excites his audience with extraordinary power and masterful technique.” (Intelligencer Journal)

A noted chamber musician, Mr. Pan is the pianist of the Newstead Trio and Trio Clavino. Their work has been broadcast live on radio and television, and they have released several highly acclaimed recordings. Dr. Pan has been served as a judge in several competitions includes "Frinna Awerbuch" International Piano Competition in New York and United States Music Open Competition in San Francisco, CA.

Mr. Pan is an adjunct professor of piano and Director of the Gifted & Talented Program at Millersville University of Pennsylvania and a visiting professor at China Conservatory of Music, China Northwest University for Nationalities, Fuzhou University, Yantai University, Shandong University, Qinghai Normal University, and Wenzhou University. He also serves as the Artistic Directors of the Lancaster International Piano Festival and Prestissimo Chamber Music Festival.  

 

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