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A House Concert 
at the
Historical Piano Study Center
30 Main Street, Ashburnham, MA, 01430

Saturday, August 24, 2019, at 4:00 pm

David Hyun-su Kim, piano and Lauren Basney, violin    David Hyun-su Kim, piano
Lauren Basney, violin

Carnaval, Op. 9   (1834-35)     
David  Kim, on a piano to be selected from the Frederick Collection
Robert Schumann

1. Préambule (in Ab)
2. Pierrot (in Eb) Quasi maestoso
3. Arlequin (in Bb) Vivo
4. Valse noble (in Bb) Un poco maestoso
5. Eusebius (in Eb) Adagio – Più lento
6. Florestan (in g) Passionato
7. Coquette (in Bb) Vivo
8. Réplique (in Bb) Listesso tempo
9. Papillons (in Bb) Prestissimo
10. Lettres dansantes (in Eb)
11. Chiarina (in c) Passionato
12. Chopin (in Ab) Agitato
13. Estrella (in f) Con affetto
14. Reconnaissance (in Ab) Animato
15. Pantalon et Colombine (in f) Presto
16. Valse allemande (in Ab) Molto vivace
17. Paganini (in f - Ab)
18. Aveu (in Db) Passionato
19. Promenade (in Ab) Con moto
20. Pause (in Ab) Vivo
21. Marche des Davidsbündler contre les Philistins (in Ab) Non allegro
Sonata No. 9 in A, Op. 47 “Kreutzer” (1803)
David  Kim, on a piano to be selected from the Frederick Collection
Violinist Lauren Basney on  a ____ violin.
Ludwig van Beethoven

1. Adagio sostenuto – Presto 
2. Andante con variazioni
3. Presto

About the Pianos
We don't expect the pianos in this concert to be chosen prior to the arrival of the artists, but the choices will be listed here as quickly as we possibly can.
All pianos played in the concerts are chosen from The Frederick Collection.

The Historical Piano Study Center is at 30 Main Street, Ashburnham, MA, 01430. The building is wheelchair accessible.

About the Musicians
David Hyun-su Kim began his musical studies at the age of six with violin, and cello lessons began a few years later. At 12, he began piano lessons, and six years later, performed Rachmaninoff's second concerto with the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra. David studied piano with Randall Hodgkinson at Harvard and The New England Conservatory, and with Daniel Shapiro at The Cleveland Institute of Music. His doctoral degree was completed at SUNY Stony Brook, where he studied with Christina Dahl. He currently teaches piano and music theory at the Westchester Conservatory of Music in White Plains, and the Great Neck Conservatory in Long Island. You'll find more details, past and present, along with recordings and his concert schedule, on his website .

Lauren Basney
attended the Juilliard School as a full-scholarship student, receiving her Bachelor of Music in 2001. She made her solo New York debut at Weill Hall in Carnegie Hall in 2004. Since then, she has performed throughout the United States and Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Japan, Israel and Australia. Lauren is the recipient of the Oundjian Scholarship (Juilliard) and the winner of the Zerounian and Madura String Competitions. She was selected as a Yamaha Young Performing Artist and was twice the winner of the Special Presentation Award sponsored by Artists International, Inc. She, and received her Master of Music (2005) and Artist Diploma (2006) from Yale University. She was awarded Yale University’s Stuart Walker and Henry & Lucy Moses Scholarships, and upon graduation, received the Yale School of Music Alumni Prize. In December 2013, she was awarded the Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. You'll find more details on Lauren's website as well, .

Together, Lauren and her husband, pianist and fortepianist David Hyun-su Kim, perform regularly as a duo, both on modern instruments, and on instruments with a period set-up. Together they have appeared at the New England Conservatory’s Pierce Hall, Harvard University’s Presidents Room, Kuyper College’s Vos Chapel, University of Wisconsin-Madison’s St. Francis House, the Lilypad Performance Space (Cambridge), and now we welcome them here in Ashburnham.

About the House Concerts
Our House Concerts are fundraising events, to help defray such annual expenses as replacing slate tiles on the roof, insuring the pianos, etc. Admission to the concerts is by freewill donation. Any amount is most welcome, and all donations to our 501(c)(3) organization, Historical Piano Concerts, Inc., are fully tax-deductible, and will be acknowledged in writing for your tax records.

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