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      Felix Peikli and The Royal Flush

      Felix Peikli and The Royal Flush

      Felix Peikli and The Royal Flush

      Jazz ensemble Felix Peikli and The Royal Flush perform live from the Northeastern Illinois University recital hall for the NEIU Jewel Box Series. Music Vagado Roots Gerad: Coral Peikli: Skyline Gershwin: Summer Time arr. Peikli Grolnick: Nothing Personal Peikli: Nocturnal Peikli: Royal Flush Encore

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      iAN&ANi, Ian Maksin and Ani Gogova

      iAN&ANi, Ian Maksin and Ani Gogova

      iAN&ANi

      iAN&ANi, Ian Maksin, cello and Ani Gogova, piano, perform works of Shschedrin, Ravel, Maksin, Prokofiev, Shostakovich, Medtner, Rachmaninoff and Ginastera live from the Northeastern Illinois University recital hall for the NEIU Jewel Box Series. Music Scchedrin, In the Style of Albeniz Ravel, Piece en forme de Habanera Maksin, Variations on a Russian Theme for Solo […]

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      Jorge Montilla

      Jorge Montilla

      Jorge Montilla

      Clarinet virtuoso Jorge Montilla closed the Jewel Box season at NEIU on April 19, 2013 with a program of mostly Latin-American music. With pianist Kay Kim, Jorge played music for B-Flat clarinet on the first half of the program: works by Carlos Guastavino, Astor Piazzolla, and Arturo Marquez. After intermission, he switched to E-Flat clarinet – an instrument that is his specialty – and opened with the Second Sonata by Alfred Prinz (a work composed for him). The rest of the program held music by Guastavino, Piazzolla and Alberto Ginastera, as well as a piece for solo E-Flat clarinet by Jorge Montilla himself.

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      Susan Tang

      Susan Tang

      Susan Tang

      Pianist Susan Tang’s recital was originally broadcast on January 18, 2013 from the Recital Hall at NEIU. Susan is a new faculty member in the Music Department, and earned her doctorate in piano performance from the Manhattan School of Music. On this program: movement No. 3 “The Alcotts” from the Concord Sonata by Charles Ives; Mozart’s Piano Sonata No. 10 in C Major, K. 330; Book 1 of Iberia by Álbeniz. Then after intermission, two Nocturnes by Chopin; and the complete Carnaval by Schumann.

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