Training violin since five years old, Grace Park is performing her debut recital as a part of the Roy and Shirley Durst Debut Artist Series. The San Francisco Chronicle praised Park for being “fresh, different, and exhilarating.” She will be joining the New York Youth Symphony, recognized as one of the nation’s most prestigious orchestral programs, and is set to perform Barber’s Violin Concerto, Op. 14.
Furthermore, Jonathan Cziner’s new work, Rauch (And Other Delights), is set to premiere during the event. Cziner’s dichotomous composition tiptoes the line between colorful and dark, which sets him apart from his contemporaries. For this reason, he is regarded as a new-age visionary, and his accolades support this claim. His orchestral work, Resonant Bells, received two accolades for its outstanding excellence. Furthermore, Cziner’s works have been performed throughout the United States.
Music Director Michael Repper will be leading the concert. Tickets from $30 are available at carnegiehall.org.