Mozart | Shostakovich | Mendelssohn

Ein Kammerkonzert des St. Stephen’s Global Ensemble mit Musik aus aller Welt.

© St. Stephen’s Global Ensemble


Johann Strauss: Die Fledermaus Overture (The Bat) – arranged by Richard Meyer

Felix Mendelssohn: Piano Trio No. 1 (I. Allegro molto agitato) – Sam Shea (Violine), Patrick Lemuel (Cello), Audrey Wan (Piano)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major K. 488 (I. Allegro) – Leah Lee, Solistin

Ennio Morricone: Gabriel’s Oboe – Yobeen Park, Solistin

Georges Bizet: Carmen Suite – edited by Tom Kennedy

I. Prelude

II. La Garde Montante (Children’s Chorus)

III. Seguidille

IV. Habanera

V. Toreadors

Dmitri Shostahovich. String Quartet No. 8 in C minor (I. Largo, II. Allegro molto) – Meghan Chia (Violine I), Anna Guan (Violine II), Natalie Kwon (Viola), Seohyun Lee (Cello)

Astor Piazzolla: Oblivion – arranged by Robert Longfield, Andrew Corral, Solist

Angel Villoldo & Gerardo Matos: El choclo & La cumparsita

John Moon, Director
Andrew Corral, Assistant Director

St. Stephen’s Global Ensemble: Meghan Chia (concertmaster), Andrew Corral, Alina Bunch, Kira Bunch, Jordan Carson, Sehra Chadha, Austin Chiu, Hilda Du, Felix Eugene, Aaron Gao, Anna Guan, Sarita Kaiser, James Kim, Natalie Kwon, Seohyun Lee, Leah Lee, Patrick Lemuel, Scott Ma, Elizabeth Moon, Harrison Oddo, Yoobeen Park, Gene Phillips, Brandon Rodriguez, Sam Shea, Alex Vokes,,Audrey Wan, Nicolas Wang

John Moon began the study of the violin and piano when he was six years old and continued advanced study in violin with Vincent Frittelli, of the Galamian tradition. He holds his Master’s Degree in classical violin performance from the University of Texas at Austin. Since leaving the University, he has explored new approaches to the violin, including study with Ali Akbar Khan, as well as other world musicians. He serves as the executive director of Global Harmony productions and executive producer for Atash recording projects. John is the Director of Orchestras and Chamber Music at St. Stephen’s Episcopal School in Austin. He travels extensively to conduct, perform and teach, and has established a music school and summer program in Haiti. He also maintains an active performing schedule with many organizations, including the Austin Symphony Orchestra and the Austin Opera. John has conducted many great orchestras across the globe including the Austin Symphony Orchestra, New Festival Orchestra in Sofia, Bulgaria, and recently the Lviv National Philharmonic in Ukraine, and the North Bohemian Opera and Ballet Orchestra in the Czech Republic. He has conducted and performed in Italy, Germany, Poland, Slovenia, Spain, Italy, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Mexico, Taiwan, and at Carnegie Hall in New York City.

The St. Stephen’s Global Ensemble is a touring chamber orchestra performing a highly expressive and dramatic concert of musical works from different parts of the world. This ensemble includes student members of the orchestral and chamber music program at St. Stephen’s Episcopal School, an international boarding school in Austin, Texas, United States of America. Orchestra director John Moon will lead this touring group through a program of music with compositional influences of classical, tango, and popular traditions. The Global Ensemble performed at Carnegie Hall, and has toured Germany, Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria, Slovenia, Slovakia, Hungary, Spain, and Italy.

07.03.2024, 19:00 Uhr


St. Matthäus-Kirche
10785 Berlin


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