||Menuhin Competition jurors Lu Siqing (violin) and Joji Hattori (violin) are joined by juror and Butler School of Music professor Anton Nel (piano) and Menuhin Competition Artistic Director Gordon Back (piano) for an evening of works by Mozart, Kreisler, Debussy and Saint-Saëns. Critically acclaimed guitarist and Butler School of Music professor Adam Holzman joins Hattori for a piece by Piazzolla for violin and guitar.
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Online tickets available until Monday, February 24th at 9 AM
Join us at 6pm for a Pre-Concert Panel Discussion with Joji Hattori called "Soloist, Concertmaster, or Chamber Musician?".
Embarking in a career as a professional musician offers many choices but instrument competitions are often associated with fostering budding soloists only. The Menuhin Competition actively encourages participants to broaden their view and explore which path may be best-suited to the individual's strengths and skills. Competition President, juror and former prize winner Joji Hattori and some of his fellow jurors are presenting and discussing career opportunities for talented violinists and how best to pursue them – a panel discussion particularly aimed at competitors and students but open to the public.
This Panel Discussion is free with a ticket to the Chamber Music Concert at 7:30!
Comp tickets for UT Faculty, Students, and Staff will be very limited for this event.
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