For more information about the upcoming CCPA performance at Orchestra Hall or the Keys to the City Piano Festival, visit www.cso.org. Tickets are $29 to $209 and include seats for the student performances as well as the CSO headline concert.
Here is more information on the Roosevelt student soloists:
Jana Pavlovska, (at right) a resident of Chicago’s Gold Coast and a native of Macedonia, is a national and international performer who has won solo and chamber prizes all over the world. This fall, she continues her studies at Roosevelt as a performance diploma student, studying with piano professors Winston Choi and Ludmila Lazar. She will perform Frederic Chopin’s Nocturne in C Minor, Op. 48, No. 1.
Chenyang “Alice” Xu, a resident of Chicago’s South Loop and a native of Sichuan, China, has been a soloist and chamber musician in China, Canada and the United States. The winner of CCPA’s solo competition, Xu will appear with the CCPA Symphony Orchestra at Roosevelt’s Auditorium Theatre. A senior in the bachelor of music program, Xu studies with piano professor Meng-Chieh Liu. She will perform Chopin's Waltz in C-sharp Minor, Op.64, No. 2 and Maurice Ravel’s “Toccata” from Le tombeau de Couperin.
SangHee "Joyce" Han (at right), a native of Korea who currently lives on Roosevelt’s Chicago Campus, recently won the annual concerto competition at Northern Illinois University and also has performed with the NIU Philharmonic Orchestra. Han is pursuing a master’s degree in piano performance with piano professors MinKyung Zong, Solomon Mikowsky and Winston Choi. She will perform Frederic Rzewski's North American Ballad No. 3: Down by the Riverside.
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