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Hawaii Public Radio (HPR) Clarinet/violin/piano trio bring unique sound to Atherton Studio
Date: Saturday - 6/30/2018
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Hawaii Public Radio (HPR)
Atherton Performing Arts Studio
738 Kaheka Street
Honolulu, HI 96814
Clarinet/violin/piano trio bring unique sound to Atherton Studio, June 30
Gunhwan Jung (clarinet), Rachel Saul (violin), and Yuka Yahagi (piano) bring the unique sonority of their chamber ensemble to HPR's intimate Atherton Studio on June 30. They will perform various classical and contemporary compositions, including the music of Edward Manukyan, Darius Milhaud, and Aram Khachaturian.
Reservations may be made online at www.hprtickets.org or by calling the station (955-8821) during regular business hours. Tickets are $25 general, $20 for HPR members, and $15 for students with ID; online ticketing fees apply. The Atherton Studio is located at Hawaiʻi Public Radio, 738 Kāheka Street. Doors open at 7:00 p.m.; music begins at 7:30 p.m.
About the artists
Gunhwan Jung (clarinet) is originally from South Korea, where he obtained his Bachelor's degree in Clarinet Performance. He went on to receive his Master's and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees from Boston University in Clarinet Performance. He teaches at Manoa School of Music and the Arts and has taught since 1998 in his private clarinet studio in Boston; Seochu-gu Community Music Center in Seoul, Korea; Sangmeung University in Seoul; and Kwandong University in Gangneung, Korea. Jung has performed extensively, including in New York in the Chamber Music Series at Carnegie Hall and at Alice Tully Hall in the Lincoln Center.
Rachel Saul (violin) is originally from Tucson, Arizona. She has been with the Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra since 2012. Her additional orchestral experience includes performing with the Hawaii Opera Theatre, O‘ahu Choral Society, Maui Chamber Orchestra, Hawaii Performing Arts Festival, and Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, among others. Chamber music is Saul's passion and in addition to performances across North America and Europe, she has performed frequently as a guest artist at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. She also enjoys performing jazz and pops at local venues. Saul teaches chamber music at Punahou Music School, founded and conducts the After-School Strings Program at the Mid-Pacific Institute Elementary School, is a teaching artist with Kalikolehua El Sistema Hawaii, and teaches a private violin studio.
Yuka Yahagi (piano) was born and raised in Japan. She started her piano studies at the age of three, finding success in local competitions. Throughout her studies and even after receiving her Masters degree in Piano Performance from University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, she has enjoyed performing both solo and collaborating in concerts at various venues in Honolulu. Yahagi is also an accomplished piano teacher. She currently teaches students of all ages at her Honolulu studio and at Punahou Music School. She is currently President of the Honolulu Piano Teachers Association and has been a board member for years. She was recognized as a top music teacher by Steinway & Sons in 2016.
FOR CALENDAR LISTINGS:
WHO: Gunhwan Jung (clarinet), Rachel Saul (violin), Yuka Yahagi (piano)
WHAT: Classical Chamber Music Concert Series
WHEN: Saturday, June 30, 2018, 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Atherton Performing Arts Studio, 738 Kāheka Street, Honolulu
TICKETS: $25 general, $20 HPR members, $15 students; plus online service charge
RESERVATIONS: Call 955-8821 during business hours or reserve seats at hprtickets.org
About HPR's Atherton Performing Arts Studio
The Atherton Studio seats 75 people and is home to a magnificent Bösendorfer concert grand piano. The Studio is available for rent for musical performances, community group meetings, and lectures. It is located in the HPR office and studio complex at 738 Kaheka Street, across from the Honolulu Don Quijote. Metered street parking is available, as are paid lots at the First Hawaiian Bank (Kapiolani branch) and in the Pan Am building.
About Hawaii Public Radio
HPR is a private, non-profit organization which broadcasts classical, jazz, and international music; and in-depth news and informational programming from National Public Radio, American Public Media, Public Radio International, and other local, national, and international program sources, as well as programs produced by Hawaii Public Radio. In October 2013, Charity Navigator, the premier charity evaluator, awarded HPR its second consecutive four-star rating for exceptional fiscal management and commitment to accountability and transparency.
HPR's mission is to serve the entire population of the state of Hawaii with two excellent program streams. HPR-1, the news magazine and fine arts stream, can currently be heard on Oahu and Kauai (KHPR 88.1 FM and 88.5 FM); Maui, Molokai, Lanai, and West Hawaii (KKUA 90.7 FM); and East Hawaii (KANO 91.1 FM (Hilo) and 94.7 FM (Waimea)). HPR-2, the news, local talk, and music stream, is found on Maui, Molokai, Lanai (KIPM 89.7 FM and KIPH 88.3 FM (Hana)); West Hawaii (KIPM 89.7 FM and KHPH 88.7 FM); Oahu and Kauai (KIPO 89.3 FM; KIPL 89.9 FM)
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