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    Soyoung Park

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    January 28, 2013


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    Soyoung Park

     The Artist Diploma program of New England Conservatory is designed to offer a small number of especially gifted performers the opportunity to deepen and challenge their artistry, broaden their musical...

     The Artist Diploma program of New England Conservatory is designed to offer a small number of especially gifted performers the opportunity to deepen and challenge their artistry, broaden their musical perspective, and explore areas of musical, personal, and professional growth, free from the typical responsibilities of academic and professional life.The two-year program distinguishes itself through a combination of mentorship, study, performance opportunities, and artist retreat, and takes advantage of the full breadth of educational and musical resources that NEC, and the extended NEC community, are uniquely able to provide.

    Tonight soprano Soyoung Park '12 M.M., '14 A.D. gives one of the Jordan Hall recitals that constitute a portion of her performance requirements for the Artist Diploma. A student of Lorraine Nubar, she reprised her showcase role from NEC's 2011 production of Mozart's The Magic Flute (in photo) at the 2012 Aspen festival where she "delivered a relentless, forceful and blazingly sung Queen of the Night," according to MusicWeb's eyewitness. Park has also appeared at NEC in the 2012 Boston premiere of Benjamin Britten's Paul Bunyan and the 2012 production of Gluck's Orfeo ed Euridice, conducted by Stephen Lord. Tonight she appears with Cameron Stowe, chair of Collaborative Piano, as her pianist.


    The program:  

    Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
    Heimliches Lieben
    Die Liebe hat gelogen
    Der Jüngling an der Quelle
    Bei dir allein


    Andret Caplet (1878-1925)
    Songe
    Berceuse
    In una selva oscura
    Forêt


    Samuel Barber (1910-1981)
    Sure on this shining night
    Nuvoletta
    Nocturne


    Henri Duparc (1848-1933)
    Chanson triste
    Soupir
    Extase


    Joaquin Turina (1882-1949)
    Poema en forma de canciones
    ?. Dedicatoria
    ?. Nunca olvida…
    ?. Cantares
    ?. Los dos miedos
    ?. Las locas por amor


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    Free/General Admission



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