Featured BCCM faculty include: John Barcellona, Shun-Lin Chou, David Garrett, Helen Goode-Castro, Guk-Hui Han, Josephine Liu Moerschel, Darrin Thaves, Rena Urso, Althea Waites, and Mark Uranker. They will perform works by Georg Philipp Telemann, Walter Piston, Johann Christian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and contemporary composers, BCCM faculty member Adriana Verdié and Curt Cacioppo.
The Faculty Baroque Trio will perform pieces by J.S. Bach, Telemann, and others. In addition to the ensemble pieces, a solo work for each instrument will be performed.
NEOJIBA was founded by Ricardo Castro in 2007 and has quickly risen to be one of South America’s best orchestras. They perform regularly with prominent conductors and soloists and tour inside Brazil as well as abroad, gracing the stages of concert halls such as the Royal Festival Hall in London and Philharmonie in Berlin. 4 string players from NEOJIBA, ages 19 to 23, will be in residency at CSULB attending classes, workshops, lessons, and rehearsals in order to experience American college life.
The concert will feature works by Mozart, Schubert, and Shostakovich, performed by students representing NEOJIBA and the Bob Cole Conservatory String area.