San Jose Chamber Orchestra - Concert

  • Trianon Theatre 72 N 5th St San Jose, CA, 95112 United States

Conductor Barbara Day Turner
Guest Violinist Stephanie Chase

Francois Dompierre  The Devil's Beauties
Anica Galindo  A Wintry Vale

Pablo Sarasate
     Caprice Basque
     Romanza Andaluza
     Ziguenerweisen
 
     Stephanie Chase, violin
     Arrangements for violin solo with string orchestra by Stephanie Chase

Richard Wagner   Siegfried Idyll

Stephanie Chase is internationally recognized as “one of the violin greats of our era” through solo appearances with over 170 orchestras that include the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, San Francisco Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, and London Symphony Orchestra. A top medalist of the prestigious International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, Ms. Chase has performed concerts in twenty-five countries throughout the world and is a recipient of the esteemed Avery Fisher Career Grant. Additionally, Ms. Chase is applauded through her concert performances in the dual roles of violin soloist and conductor, and is recognized as a talented music arranger whose works are performed to rave reviews in venues that include Carnegie Hall. "A Fantasy about Carmen," a work she created for string orchestra (inspired by Sarasate’s virtuoso Carmen Fantasy for violin and orchestra), was premiered in 2005 in Zankel Hall (Carnegie Hall) in a performance by the orchestra of the Perlman Music Program conducted by Itzhak Perlman. Stephanie Chase plays a violin made in Venice in 1742 by Petrus Guarnerius, which she pairs with a bow by Dominique Peccatte.


Location:  Main Theatre

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