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Pianist Mijung Trepanier in recital March 7 January 2, 2010

Posted by eng112f09 in Classical, Upcoming concerts.
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Mijung Trepanier

Pianist Mjung Trepanier will perform music of Haydn, Schumann, Schubert and Ravel in a solo recital on Sunday, March 7, in Midland.

Sponsored by the Grove Music Festival, the recital begins at 3 p.m. in Chapel Lane Presbyterian Church, 5501 N. Jefferson Ave. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students, at the door.

On the program are the Haydn Piano Sonata No. 52 in E-flat Major; Schumann’s Arabesque Op. 18; Ravel’s “La Valse,” and Schubert’s Piano Sonata D. 960 in B -flat Major. 

A resident of Midland, Trepanier was artist in residence at Saginaw Valley State University from 2005 to 2008 and performed as a soloist with the Saginaw Bay Symphony in 2008.

A review in the Saginaw News said that performance was “luminous in tone and attentive to musical detail. Her technique and musicianship were of the highest order.”

She has also performed as a soloist and in chamber ensembles in Korea, Bolivia, Puerto Rico and elsewhere in the United States, and in a number of festivals, including Wiener Musik Seminar, Aria Summer Music, Bowdoin Summer Music, and the Chautauqua Institute.

Ms. Trepanier was a finalist in the Grace Welsh Competition and the KBS Broadcast Young Artist Competition, and winner of the Michigan State University Honors Competition. After completing undergraduate work in Korea, she earned master’s and doctoral degrees from Michigan State.

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