Nicole Lamagna, clarinet
Yijing Fu, piano
Carl Stamitz Concerto No. 3
Robert Schumann Fantasy Pieces, Opus 73
Ralph Vaughan Williams Six Studies on English Folk Song
Béla Kovács Hommage á R. Strauss
Shulamit Ran Three Scenes for Clarinet
A native of Pittsburgh, Nicole Lamagna had long hoped to study at Carnegie Mellon School of Music. Nicole is in her second year pursuing a Masters of Music degree in Clarinet Performance. She feels very fortunate to be studying with former Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra clarinetist, Thomas Thompson. Her former teachers include Lisa Thackrah and Nolan Petote. Nicole received her Bachelor’s of Music degree in Music Education from Seton Hill University. Music education remains extremely important to her, and she is a proud co-conductor of the student-run Tartan Wind Ensemble.
Cost: Free and open to the public; No tickets required.
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