Serving the San Francisco Bay Area New Music Community

Sat, Feb 29 2020 7:30 PM

Incarnation Episcopal Church
1750 29th Avenue, San Francisco, CA

Date & Time: Saturday February 29, at 7:30 p.m.
Venue: 1750 29th Avenue, San Francisco
Tickets: $20 General, $15 Seniors/Students
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L. Beethoven Piano trio in D major, Op. 70, No. 1, “Ghost”
C. Schumann Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 17
P. Schoenfield Piano Trio, “Cafe Music”

About the Artists

Patrick Galvin is a graduate of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music prior to which he spent 2 years as a studying violin with Barbara Gorzynska in Vienna , Austria.

He made his solo debut at age 11 with the Oakland East Bay Symphony playing the Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1. He was winner of the East Bay Young Artist Competition in 2000, the Yehudi Menuhin/Helen Dowling award in 2002 and the Kensington Young Artist Competition in 2003. In April 2004 he was the soloist with the Kensington Symphony playing the Vieuxtemps Violin Concerto No 5. He has also performed at the Junior Bach Festival. In 2013 and 2015, Patrick competed in the Johannes Brahms International Competition in Pörtschach, Austria.

When he is not performing, Patrick teaches violin at a private school and out of his home in San Francisco. He also writes reviews for the online journal The San Francisco Classical Voice. In 2014, Patrick was selected to be a fellow in the Rubin Institute for Music Criticism. During his time at the University of San Francisco, he was selected to be a Davies Scholar. He is also a member of the folk band Hoxton Mob which performs regularly throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Recently, he has begun scoring radio stories for live performance.

Born in Changwon, Korea, Jung-eun Kim studied at the Busan High School of Arts and Konkuk University under Hyeyoung Moon, Jaemi Kim, and Jihyun Lee. She made her debut with the Changwon Philharmonic Orchestra in 2003.

Ms. Kim participated in master classes with Eugene and Elisabeth Pridonoff from the University of Cincinnati, Edward Auer from Indiana University, Lei Weng from the University of Northern Colorado, and Jonghwa Park from Seoul National University. She received first prize in the Eumaksekye Piano Competition and the Gyeongnam Education Music Competition, second prize in the Ceramic Palace Hall Concours and the Music Education News Concours, and third prize in the Beethoven Concours. She also performed with the Konkuk Symphony Orchestra and accompanied the choir at Konkuk University. Also, she participated in the 2015 Distinguished Performers Debut Concert sponsored by The Music Journal. She also attended the Eumyeon Summer Music Festival. She is currently pursuing her M.M. at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music with Yoshikazu Nagai. She also accompanies pre-college students and the choir at the music school.

Chauncey Aceret began studying cello at the age of 10 with Sergei Riabtchenko in San Francisco. After graduating from the Crowden School of Music in 2002, Mr. Aceret began high school at Stuart Hall of San Francisco and was a member of the San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra for four years, serving the last two as Assistant Principal cellist. In addition to SFSYO, Mr. Aceret was Principal cellist of the Golden Gate Philharmonic in San Francisco.

For his undergraduate degree he attended the University of Michigan on a full ride, studying with Richard Aaron and graduating with his Bachelor’s of Music in Cello Performance in 2010. During his undergraduate studies, he attended several music festivals including the Chautauqua Institute in 2008, and the National Repertory Orchestra in 2009 and 2010. In 2013 Mr. Aceret graduated from Rice University with a Master’s of Music in Cello Performance where he studied with Desmond Hoebig on a full ride. Upon moving to Cleveland, Ohio in 2013, Mr. Aceret earned an additional Master’s of Music in Suzuki Pedagogy and Cello Performance at the Cleveland Institute of Music with Dr. Melissa Kraut and Stephen Geber.

Mr. Aceret continues to lead an active performing and teaching career in the greater Cleveland area. He is Principal cellist of the Ashland Symphony Orchestra, and also serves as a substitute cellist with the Heights Chamber Orchestra, Mansfield, and Canton symphonies. In addition to holding a faculty position at the Aurora School of Music, Mr. Aceret is a substitute teacher at the Cuyahoga Community College Metro Campus and the Sato Center for Suzuki Studies. In 2016, he became a faculty member of the Western Reserve Suzuki School where he teaches group and private lessons. In 2015, he was appointed to the Board of Directors of Musical Upcoming Stars in the Classics (M.U.S.i.C.), which provides performance opportunities for emerging young musicians in Northeast Ohio. In the summer of 2015, Mr. Aceret was a member of a string quartet in residence at the Grant Park Music Festival of Chicago, additionally playing with the Grant Park Orchestra during his time there.

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