Jenny Lin (KSAS BA ’94, German; AD ’98, Piano) has released a new recording of Philip Glass’ Complete Etudes for Solo Piano on the Steinway and Sons Label. This recording comes after the premiere of the pieces in New York, which featured a selection of nine different pianists, including Lin, each playing four of the 20 etudes. Lin has recorded all 20 on this two-disc release.
Julian Gargiulo (MM ’97, Piano) will be playing in Carnegie Hall on Sunday, January 14, 2018, at 7:30 pm. The program will include works by Beethoven, Schumann, Chopin, and Debussy. This evening is also the final round of the “Getting to Carnegie” violin concerto competition, and will feature the world premiere of Gargiulo’s Violin and Piano Sonata No. 2. Afterwards, the audience will vote for the winner of the competition.
Rosemary Tuck (MM ’86, Piano) has released a world premiere recording of Czerny’s first concerto in D minor with the English Chamber Orchestra and conductor Richard Bonynge. Also on the recording are his Introduzione e Rondo Brillant, Op. 233, and Introduction, Variations and Rondo on Weber’s Hunting chorus from the opera ‘Euryanthe,’ Op. 60.
Patricia Goodson (MM ’80, Piano) has released a new CD, Macbeth, which features music by Scottish-Czech composer Geraldine Mucha. While other artists are featured on this mostly orchestral CD, Goodson plays the piano concerto and Sixteen Variations on a Scottish Folk Song.
Kimberly Kong (BM ’09, Piano) was featured in the Johns Hopkins Magazine for Fall 2017. The feature talks about her many jobs, including being a member of the Peabody Preparatory faculty, a full time master’s and doctoral student, and keeping a style blog up to date. She is also a part of a duo, the Ward-Kong Duo, with Alicia Ward (BM ’08, Cello).