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by Jeannette Fang July 16, 2014 Maiori: Salone degli Affreschi, Palazzo Mezzacapo There was not an inch of space left in the Town Hall on Wednesday night, but no one minded the sweaty squeeze. We were all just eager to hear the masterful musical personalities that would be presented at this year’s Meet the Faculty concert. Newcomer Hee Sung Joo started the evening with the Allegretto of Beethoven's Piano Sonata op.31 no.2. She walked towards the piano amid beloved cheers, wh
by Moon Kyoung Kim The Independence Day concert was a very special experience both for the performers and the audience. The piano was placed in the beautifully decorated garden of the Town Hall. The scent of flowers was carried on the gentle breeze, the audience in attendance delightfully waiting for the concert.
The concert began with an impromptu performance of the national anthems of U. S. A. and Italy. Immediately following, Logan Skelton came up to the stage and delive
by Jeannette Fang Overlooking the stunning cliffs of Vico Equense with the sea below, the audience waited expectantly as the iridescent blue and crystal chandeliers dimmed. For a few moments before the music began, we felt like royalty in the magnificent surroundings of Castello Giusso.
The “tradition” portion of the evening consisted of Schubert’s piano music, beginning with his Drei Klavierstucke D946, performed by James Giles. He strode out calmly, the picture of casual