SLEEPY HOLLOW, N.Y. -- Violinist Paul Huang, who is recognized for his eloquent music-making, effortless virtuosity and compelling stage presence, will perform at the Friends of Music Concerts' audience in Sleepy Hollow High School on Saturday, April 12 at 8 p.m.
Joined by piano collaborator Jessica Osborne, he will play Vivaldi's Sonata in D Major, RV 10, Respighi's Sonata in B minor for Violin and Piano, Stravinsky's Duo Concertante, Glazunov's Grand Adagio and Szymanowski's Nocturne and Tarantella.
Despite his youth, Huang has already notched a number of awards, including first prize of the 2011 Young Concert Artists International Auditions, for which he received Friends of Music Concerts' sixth Performance Award. He received first prize at the International Violin Competition Sion-Valais in Switzerland in 2009.
His 2013-2014 season also includes his Lincoln Center concerto debut playing Barber's Violin Concerto with the Orchestra of St. Luke's, his Boston recital debut at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and an appearance with the Bilbao Symphony performing Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 3 and Walton's Violin Concerto. He has performed in recital as a soloist in the U.S., Mexico, Finland, Hungary, Italy, France and Taiwan.
Tickets for individual concerts are $30 for adults and $15 for students. Order forms may be downloaded from www.friendsofmusicconcerts.org and then mailed with a check to Friends of Music Concerts, P.O. Box 675, Millwood.
Sleepy Hollow High School is located at 210 North Broadway (Route 9), in Sleepy Hollow. Parking is free.
More information about Friends of Music Concerts can be found at www.friendsofmusicconcerts.org. Information about ticket availability may be obtained by calling 914-861-5080.
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