MOZART - Overture to Cosė fan Tutte
HAYDN - Cello Concerto in D major
SCHULLER - Concerto da Camera
PROKOFIEV - Classical Symphony
IBERT - Divertissement
Gunther Schuller's career ranges from composing and conducting to his extensive work as an educator, jazz historian, administrator, music publisher, record producer, and author. As a composer, he has received the Pulitzer Prize, two Guggenheim fellowships, and numerous other prizes including the coveted MacArthur Foundation Award.
He has taught at the Manhattan School of Music and Yale University and has served as president of the New England Conservatory of Music and as artistic director of the Berkshire Music Center at Tanglewood.
He has written dozens of essays and four books and has traveled throughout the world leading major ensembles in a widely varied repertoire.
SuJin Lee, a young cellist who was recommended to the Symphonia by Itzhak Perlman, has been performing as soloist with orchestras nationally and internationally since the age of seven, after having won the top prize in the New England Conservatory Concerto Junior Competition.
Ms. Lee was a prize winner in the Johansen International Competition, and in October 2010 she will present her debut recital with her sister, SuYeon Lee, in Paris at the Louvre Museum as part of the Rising Young Artists series.
She has performed at the Corcoran Art Gallery, Zankel Hall, Mechanics Hall, Jordan Hall, Neue Galerie, Sibelius Hall, and the Massachusetts State House. She currently attends Columbia University and the Juilliard School.