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Chai-lun Yueh

Baritone, member of National Association of Teachers of Singing, USA
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Concert Colden Center NY
Concert in Seattle 2015
Opera and Broadway
Vocal Recital Archives
Concert at Carnegie Hall
Midwinter Serenades
An Evening of Opera Arias
Concert in St. Louis
Vocal Recital in New York
Vocal Recital at NBMA
Concert Tour in Paris
Concert The Crucifixion
Bach B Minor Concert
Vocal Recital in Michigan
McCarter Theater
Music Series South Church
Vocal Recital at Wesleyan
Featured at Channel 8 TV
Ein Deutsches Requiem
La ci darem la mano
Deh vieni alla finestra
Strathmore Music Center
Toreador Song 斗牛士之歌
Le Nozze di Figaro 费加罗婚礼
German Requiem
Largo al Factotum
Concert in Indy
The Ancient Song 古老的歌
Jordan Hall 嘉陵江上
Ode to the Yellow River
Boston 教我如何不想她
Yellow River Cantata 黄河
Special Music
Yellow River Welte Hall
Chicago Symphony Hall
Love and Passion
黄河大合唱 YRC at Bushnell
独唱音乐会 Vocal Recital in DC
Opera Night With WSO
Messiah in New Britain
Handel Messiah With GMCC
Faure Choral Concert
Concert at Trinity
Concert at Strathmore
Concert In Indianapolis
Carnegie Hall 2011
Concert at Woolsey Hall
Concert at Welte Hall
Beethoven Symphony 9th
Handel's Messiah
Cantata at Carnegie Hall
岁月甘泉 Concert Archives
Chopin and Schumann
Vocal Recital W. Hartford
Yellow River Cantata PA
Concert at Dodd's Theater
Avery Ensemble
2013 Concert Archives
2012 Concert Archives
2011 Concert Archives
2010 Concert Archives

Chamber Music Concert with

Avery Ensemble

  

 MEMBERS
 

 

Violinist Annie Trépanier's playing has been hailed by The Boston Globe as "supercharged, clear-headed, yet soulful."  As a chamber musician, she has performed throughout Canada, the United States and Europe, and has been heard regularly in national broadcasts on Radio-Canada, CBC and NPR. She is a former member of the Diabelli String Quartet, finalists in the 2001 Banff International String Quartet Competition, and the New World Trio.  She has recorded for CRI, New World and Ongaku Records and has appeared as a guest with such ensembles as the Copenhagen and Adaskin String Trios.  Ms. Trépanier is on the faculty of The Hotchkiss School.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Violist Steve Larson has performed as a soloist and chamber musician throughout North America, Europe, Japan and China and his playing has been described as “riveting” (Gramophone Magazine) and “electrifying” (Journal of the American Viola Society).  In 1997 he won second prize at the Lionel Tertis Internation Viola Competition, UK, also receiving the special award for his performance of the commissioned work.  He is a former member of the Alcan and Diabelli String Quartets and has performed with the Montreal Symphony and the National Arts Centre Orchestra.  He has appeared as a guest with numerous chamber ensembles including the Emerson and Miami String Quartets and the Lions Gate Trio.  He is currently also a member of the acclaimed Adaskin String Trio and is on faculty at The Hartt School of the University of Hartford where he previously held the post of Chair for Strings and now serves as Chair for Chamber Music.

 

 

 

Hans Twitchell has performed in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Israel, Brazil and Argentina including a collaboration with the Emerson Quartet, performing the Schubert String Quintet.  His youthful orchestral adventures include tenures as principal cellist of both the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra in Texas and the Eastern Connecticut Symphony. He has recorded on the New England Viola da Gamba Society Record Label and is a member of the Connecticut Virtuosi chamber orchestra. Dr. Twitchell teaches a private studio of cellists in Storrs, Connecticut.


 

 

 

Adriana Jarvis began piano studies at the age of four and made her solo debut with orchestra at age eleven. At sixteen, her performance with the Utah Symphony under the direction of Joseph Silverstein was reviewed by the Desert News as "a reading of power and penetration, which at the same  time found room for . . . the music's poetry."  Since then, she has been an active chamber music collaborator and soloist both on piano and harpsichord. Together with Hans Twitchell, she has performed virtually the entire standard cello/piano duo repertoire in the U.S. and Israel. Ms. Jarvis is a piano professor at the CommunitySchool of the Arts at the University of Connecticut.


 

 

GUEST MUSICIANS FOR THE 2008-09 SEASON

 

 

erican mezzo-soprano Hai-Ting Chinn works in an eclectic variety of performance styles, from Purcell to Pierrot Lunaire, Cherubino to The King & I, J.S. Bach to P.D.Q Bach. She has been heard as soloist with ensembles such as the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, St. Luke’s Chamber Players and L'antica Musica New York. Operatic and music theater credits include Dido in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, Hansel in Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel, the Little Prince in Rachel Portman’s Little Prince and Jade Boucher in Dead Man Walking (Jake Heggie) to name only a few. She often performs new music in recital or in concert, and has worked with some of the most prestigious new-music ensembles in the country. She has premiered or performed pieces by composers including Peter Schickele, David Schiff, Judith Weir, and John Zorn. She is currently working with The Wooster Group on Francesco Cavalli’s La Didone, which opened in Brussels, was presented at the Edinburgh festival in August 2007, and will open in New York in 2008. Ms. Chinn grew up in Northern California and holds degrees from the Eastman and YaleSchools of Music.

 

 

 


Victoria Ferris has performed as soloist and chamber musician in Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Eastern Europe, Russia, and the Ukraine as well as extensively in Western Europe and the United States. She made her solo debut at thirteen with the Utah Symphony under Joseph Silverstein, and was honored at sixteen with an invitation to play with the New York String Orchestra Seminar at Carnegie Hall with Alexander Schneider. Her playing has been praised by The Monterey Bay Herald as having “incisiveness and great conviction,” and by the Deseret News as “. . . hard to resist.” As a former member of the Gruyere String Quartet and Ferris Piano Trio, she won third prize in the 1999 Carmel International Chamber Music Competition, Honorable Mention in the 1999 Coleman International Chamber Music Competition, and was a semi-finalist in the 1994 and 1999 Fischoff National Chamber Music Competitions.  She currently teaches chamber music and maintains a private violin studio in Salt Lake Ciy, Utah.


Violinist Andrea Schultz currently performs and tours with a wide array of groups, including Sequitur, the Cabrini Quartet, the New York Chamber Ensemble, Trio of the Americas, and several of New York City's leading orchestras, including the Orchestra of St. Luke's and the Brandenburg Ensemble. Ms. Schultz was a member of the Mark Morris Dance Group Music Ensemble for four years, including performances with Yo-Yo Ma and the Schumann Piano Quintet. She has also appeared as guest with the Casssatt String Quartet, Apple Hill Chamber Players, Da Capo Chamber Players, Ensemble Sospeso, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, and the Limon Dance Company and has recorded contemporary chamber music for the Albany, New World, and Phoenix labels. Ms. Schultz has spent summers performing at the Tanglewood, Aspen, Caramoor, Ravinia, and Cape May Festivals as well as the Pundakit International Chamber Music Festival in the Phillipines. A graduate of YaleUniversity, the Cleveland Institute of Music, and SUNY Stony Brook, Ms. Schultz studied violin with Sydney Harth, Paul Kantor, Donald Weilerstein, and Joyce Robbins.

 

 







 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 













Chai-lun Yueh, a Grammy nominee, an exciting and dramatic baritone, was born and raised in Beijing, China. Educated at the Central Conservatory of Music of China, he was a popular rising star of his generation and soon became a major promising young artist in the nation.  Successfully performing many leading/major roles in numerous operatic productions in both China and North America, his voice has been heard at Connecticut Opera, Opera Theater of Connecticut, Austin Lyric Opera, Baltimore Opera, Hawaii Opera and across the country.  Equally active on the concert stage, Mr. Yueh has performed at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall at the LincolnCenter, New York, Jordon Hall and the Symphony Hall in Boston as well as the Woolsey Hall at YaleUniversity in New Heaven, CT. As a highly respected educator, Mr. Yueh became one of the youngest Chinese-born Assistant Professor of Voice at the University of Texas, and has been on the performance faculties at WesleyanUniversity, TrinityCollege, and the Hartford Conservatory, in which he also serves as the Chairperson of the Voice Department sine 1994. In April 2008, Mr. Yueh made his successful European singing debut as the bass soloist, performing Dvorak's Mass in D in Vienna, Salzburg and Prague.