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Yi-Chen Feng, piano - Artist Diploma Recital
Thursday, December 7 2023, 07:30 PM at Cha Chi Ming Recital Hall Map
Student Recital

Yi-Chen Feng, piano - Artist Diploma Recital

Thursday, December 7 2023, 07:30 PM
at Cha Chi Ming Recital Hall Map
Bryan Lin <blin@sfcm.edu>, Mars Quintero <mars.quintero@gmail.com>, "Mou, Hank" <hmou@sfcm.edu>, ccnoller@icloud.com, clairelucille11@gmail.com, clara.abrahams@gmail.com, davejudy@me.com, dkumar6@u.rochester.edu, gabriellalucia@yahoo.com, gavriliuc.ariel@gmail.com, kdlynch03@gmail.com, kspooner@u.rochester.edu, leilanijp@icloud.com, lissiematthew@gmail.com, lizzefishey@gmail.com, margotcora@gmail.com, mateosky.megan@gmail.com, salma.bawardi@gmail.com, sarahruiz16@gmail.com, vjannest@gmail.com

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Program

In pursuit of their degrees at SFCM, each student presents a recital that represents their artistry and craft. Student Recitals feature repertoire curated by students with guidance from their faculty instructor.  

Carl Czerny: Variations on a theme by Rode, Op.33

Ludwig van Beethoven: Sonata No. 7 in D major, Op. 10, No. 3 
     I. Presto
     II. Largo e mesto
     III. Menuetto: Allegro
     IV. Rondo: Allegro

- Intermission -

Isaac Albéniz: Selections from “Suite Iberia
     El puerto
     Evocación
     Triana

Enrique Granados: Goyescas, Op. 11 
     I. Los requiebros (The Compliments)

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Thursday, December 7 2023, 07:30 PM to Thursday, December 7 2023, 09:00 PM

About SFCM's Piano Department

SFCM pianists study in a focused, energized, and supportive environment. Artist-teachers with a wealth of international performing experience provide close instruction and mentorship to an exclusive group of fewer than 50 students. Performance opportunities within the Conservatory and around San Francisco help prepare students for a career at the highest professional level. Students also have the chance to enter a yearly concerto competition, the winner of which performs with the Conservatory Orchestra. Interdepartmental collaboration, guest artist residencies, and master classes round out a transformative piano education. Recent guest artists include Emanuel Ax, Sergei Babayan, Richard Goode, Stephen Hough, Menahem Pressler, and Shai Wosner.