Program

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

Partita No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004

          V. Chaconne

César Franck (1822-1890)

Sonata in A major for Violin and Piano

Event Info

Dane Jacobson presents a senior recital as part of the Certificate in Music Performance featuring Kairy Koshoeva.

Free, Unticketed. 

About the Artist:

Dane Jacobson is a violinist from Boston, MA in the music performance and computer science programs at Princeton. He has won numerous domestic and international competitions and performed at venues in Spain, Sweden, and Italy. In his free time he enjoys listening to indie video game and movie music, reading science books he doesn’t understand, and debating friends and family about futuristic topics like Roko’s Basilisk.

Kairy Koshoeva holds a Doctorate in Musical Arts from the University of  Missouri, Kansas City, in addition to Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the Gnessin Academy of Music in Moscow and an Artist’s Diploma from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. Dr. Koshoeva has garnered awards from  around the globe including top prizes at the International Piano Competition in Vicenza, Italy, the N. Rubinstein Competition in Paris, the  Gold Medal at the 2004 Rachmaninoff Awards in Moscow, and first prize at the Chautauqua Music Festival concerto competition in New York. 

She has studied with such great musicians as Bella Zubok, Faina  Kharmatz, Michael Burshtin, Vera Nosina, Monique Duphil, and Robert  Weirich and had the privilege of being coached by renowned pianist Lazar  Berman in Weimar Master Classes.  

Dr. Koshoeva has played internationally, in Israel, France, Germany, Russia, Turkey, Switzerland, and the United States. She has performed as a soloist with many prominent orchestras including the Kansas City Symphony and the Chautauqua Music Festival, as well as the National Symphony of Kyrgyzstan and orchestras in Houston and Jefferson City. She has also performed with the Moscow chamber orchestra Cantus Firmus.

Dr. Koshoeva has been the recipient of major awards for performances in collaboration with the Owen/Cox Dance Group. In 2013 she was awarded the prestigious title of Honored Artist of Kyrgyzstan. In 2019 the Royal Academy of Music honored her as a Teacher of Distinction in Carnegie Hall. 

Most recently she won First Prize at the 2020 Musica Classica International Competition in Moscow, Russia.