I met Nicholas at the Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University, later again at CCM in Cincinnati. He was a brilliant player – still is – and was writing his own music. Last year, I re-discovered his song set and had Janani listen to it. I thought it was beautiful, and Janani also liked it!Continue reading “Program Note to SingBites by Nicholas Ho”
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What Do You Hear?
I first saw Italian Opera while I was in the Korean public education system and I did not understand any of the language coming from the singer. What I heard was a loud sound full of sorrow, maybe some regret. I did not understand the full story but I was able to grasp the scopeContinue reading “What Do You Hear?”
Breaking Barriers: Online Program Book
We thank Knox Church for offering the space. Mask is recommended but not required. Please consider donating by making a check to Glow Musicor finding us on Venmo @glowmusic. 70% of your donation today will be used toward our concerts and 30% will be sent to Direct Relief to aid Ukraine. Glow Music serves youngContinue reading “Breaking Barriers: Online Program Book”
Meet the Pianists!
Concert No. 2 – Breaking Barriers promotes professional pianists in Cincinnati. They are active performers regionally and nationally. These pianists advocate new music and have premiered works by composers of our time. Praised for her “exquisite playing” by CUNY’s The Brook Center, award-winning pianist Ariadne Antipa has performed around the world as a recitalist, collaborator,Continue reading “Meet the Pianists!”
Meet the Composers!
Concert No. 2 – Breaing Barriers features South Korean composers who have attended or now attending music institutes in the U.S. Here you can learn about each of the composers. Click their web portfolio link to learn more. Born in Seoul, Korea, Dr. Caroline KyungA Ahn holds degrees in composition from Yonsei University, Eastman School ofContinue reading “Meet the Composers!”
Original Post: December 23, 2020, Updated: February, 2021 As if the generation is not sharing enough about their lives… I want to share some of my experience – how learning Hindemith indeed was for me. I sometimes see classical musicians talking about their journey with a piece of music. It often involves how glorious itContinue reading “Hindemith?!”