Women's Work Concert Series: Dream

On March 24 at 8pm, Airi Yoshioka, violin, John Novacek, piano and Wendy Salkind, actress present Dreams, the third and final concert of the season.

The evening’s program is set to include the world premieres of Beth Anderson’s Archaic Tale for violin and piano; Errollyn Wallen’s Park Slope for violin and piano; and Anna Rubin’s And Everything Goes Bee! for amplified voice, violin and fixed media; and, the the New York premiere of Laura Kaminsky’s Music for Thelma for violin and piano. Other works include Rebecca Schack’s Pulse for violin and tape; Tania León’s Abanico for violin and interactive computer, Linda Dusman’s magnificat 3: lament for violin and fixed media; Gabriela Lena Frank’s Sueños de Chambi: Snapshots for an Andean Album for violin and piano; and Errollyn Wallen’s For Airi for solo violin.

All performances will be held in the Renee Weiler Concert Hall at 8pm. The cost of admission is $15 general, $10 for students and seniors and payable at the door from 7:30pm. Renee Weiler Concert Hall (MAP) is located at 46 Barrow Stt, NYC (between Seventh Ave. South and Bedford Street). Phone (212) 242-4770 or visit http://www.myspace.com/womenswork for info.

Airi Yoshioka has concertized throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and Canada as a soloist, recitalist and chamber musician. She is the founding member of Damocles Trio and Modigliani Quartet and has performed and recorded with the members of Emerson, Brentano and Arditti Quartets. Her orchestral credits include performances with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, American Sinfonietta and engagements as concertmaster and soloist with the Manhattan Virtuosi and concertmaster of one of the festival orchestras at the Aspen Music Festival. An enthusiastic performer of new music, she was one of the original members and concertmasters of the New Juilliard Ensemble and has performed annually in the school’s FOCUS! Festival as well as with Continuum, ModernWorks, Son Sonora, Azure and RUCKUS ensembles. A winner of a concerto competition at the Juilliard School, she holds M.M and D.M.A. from The Juilliard School and B.A. from Yale University, and currently teaches at University of Maryland Baltimore County as an assistant professor of violin. She has recorded for New World, Claves, Mode, Albany and Pony Canyon records.

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