Program

Donato Lovreglio

Fantasy on Themes from Verdi’s La Traviata, Op. 45

J.S. Bach

Chaconne from Violin Partita No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004, trans. Alamiro Giampieri

Aurelio Magnani

Mazurka-Caprice for Clarinet in B-flat and Piano

Robert Muczynski

Time Pieces for Clarinet and Piano, Op. 43

Luigi Bassi

Fantasia from Bellini’s I Puritani for Clarinet in B-flat and Piano

Niccolò Paganini

Caprice, Op. 1, No. 24 for Clarinet solo in B-flat, trans. Stephan Korody-Kreutzer

Event Info

This event will be presented virtually on YouTube, in response to the University's COVID-19 precautionary policies. More info>

Clarinetist Yang Song '20 present a senior recital as part of the Certificate in Music Performance with pianist Azusa Hokugo. The recital will be live-streamed on the Department of Music's YouTube Channel.

Free and open to all. No tickets required. 

About the Artist:

Yang Song is a Senior majoring in Computer Science with certificates in Statistics and Machine Learning, Applied and Computational Mathematics, Engineering and Management Systems, Music Performance and Finance. Originally from Sydney, Australia, Yang has won Bronze and Silver Medals at the 2014 and 2015 International Mathematics Olympiads, held in Cape Town, South Africa and Chiang Mai, Thailand respectively. He holds Associate and Licentiate Diplomas in Clarinet, which he obtained in 2012 and 2013.

Yang is currently President of the Princeton University Orchestra, having previously served as Publicity Chair, and has performed in Prague, Bratislava, Budapest, Barcelona and Madrid as well as the Sydney Opera House. In addition to clarinet, Yang also plays violin and alto/tenor saxophone with various ensembles at Princeton, including Princeton Camerata, Princeton Chamber Orchestra, Princeton Opera Company and the Triangle Pit Orchestra.

In addition to musical activities, Yang has been awarded the Shapiro Prize for Academic Excellence and is also a Peer Career Adviser, Dormitory Assistant and Vice President of Princeton’s Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, the National Engineering Honor Society. He studies Clarinet with Jo-Ann Sternberg.