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Vivace Houston (Dun Huang Plaza)

Vivace Faculty Concert | Sept. 7th, 2019

Vivace Hosuton (Dun Huang Plaza) Address: 9889 Bellaire Blvd., #261, Houston, TX 77036 Dress Code: Business Casual Sign Up to Receive Upcoming Event Information:

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Vivace Faculty Concert | Sept. 7th, 2019
Vivace Faculty Concert | Sept. 7th, 2019

Time & Location

Sep 07, 2019, 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM CDT

Vivace Houston (Dun Huang Plaza)

About the Event


Piece en forme de Habanera | Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)

Roman Cisneros | Clarinet

Han, Jing | Piano

ca. 3

Oboe Concerto. Composer: Vincenzo Bellin (1801-1835)

Wang, Wei | Oboe

Han, Jing | Piano

ca. 8

Schubert's Serenade | Transcribed by F. Liszt (1797-1828) 

Brilliant Waltz in F Major, Op. 34, No.3 | Composed by F. Chopin (1810-1849)

Xin, Ti | Piano

ca. 10

Duo Concertant No. 1, Allegro for Flute and Viola | Franz Anton Hoffmeister (1754-1812)

Emily Zirlin | Flute

Christopher Williams | Viola

ca. 4

Duo for Violin and Viola in E minor, Op. 13 | Louis Spohr (1784- 1859)

I. Allegro Moderato 

II. Adagio 

II. Tempo di minuetto 

Tong, Yan | Violin 

Ferenc Illenyi | Viola

ca. 17

Concert Etiquette:

• Concert is a special occasion and so it is customary to dress nicely.

• Please arrive 20 minutes earlier in order to find a comfortable place to sit.

• Audience minimum age for the recital is 6 years old.

• Turn off all cell phones and any electrical devices that may produce sound.

• Once the recital begins, please listen and be quiet. Please read this Recital Etiquette in advance.

• If you arrive late, please wait to enter between pieces when you hear applause.

• Do not enter the recital hall or switch seats while someone is performing.

• The soloist will bow and your response is to applaud politely!

• No whistling, yelling, or other loud methods of congratulations, especially prior to the performance, please. If a performer is focused and ready to play, but becomes distracted with the “cat-calling” and “whooping” it can really throw off his or her performance. While boisterous congratulations are meant to show support for the performer, it may actually cause unintended problems instead. The best way to show appreciation for the performance is with thunderous applause, and an occasional “bravo” at the end of an especially great performance.

• Respect the performers. Unnecessary noise from whispering, talking, candy wrappers, etc. during a program is NOT acceptable. Reading, studying, and writing letters during a program are also inappropriate.​

• Please stay until the performance or event is completely over. If you have other obligations or matters to attend to before the recital is over, please do not attend.

• Flash photography is not appropriate during a performance. You may videotape and/or take flash photography as the performer is approaching or leaving the stage.

• All foods, chewing gum or beverages are forbidden in the music hall and waiting area. If cough drops are necessary, remove them before playing;


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