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Prelude Op.32 No.12 in G# Minor....Sergei Rachmanioff Prelude Op.23 No.4 in D Major....Sergei Rachmanioff Prelude Op.3 No.2 in C# Minor....Sergei Rachmanioff Piano Sonata 1.X.1905....Leoš Janáček Spanish Rhapsody....Franz Liszt Piano Sonata....Elizabeth Younan Sonata in B minor....Franz Liszt
Ayano Ninomiya - Violin
Winner of the Naumburg International Violin Competition, the Tibor Varga International Competition, Astral Artists National Auditions, and the Young Performers Career Advancement Award (APAP).
Associate principal viola of the Dallas Symphony since 1999, Ann Marie Brink is adjunct associate professor of viola at Southern Methodist University, adjunct professor of instrumental studies at the University of North Texas, and teaches at Wintergreen Summer Music Academy, Nellysford, Va.
Clancy Newman - Cello
First prize winner of the prestigious Walter W. Naumburg International Competition and recipient of an Avery Fisher Career Grant.
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