Faculty Concert Series
Our Faculty Concert Series continues to draw upon the stellar body of music faculty at HCC. From solo recitals to chamber and concerto concerts, music lovers will experience the prowess of our faculty all season long. We invite you to browse through the season’s offering to find your favorite programs.
|Single ticket price||General Admission||Senior/Military||Student||Groups 6 or more|
|At the Door||$18.00||$13.00||$7.00||$12*|
Prices are valid up to one week prior to the concert date:
Due to the nature of artistic presentation, all concerts and events are subject to change.
- Children Ticket Policy: Children ages 6 through 12 in the same family get FREE ADMISSION with a purchase of general or senior ticket to the Faculty Series Concerts.
- *Group Ticket Policy: Group rate for 6 or more people purchasing general admission tickets to the Faculty Series Concerts: $12 for Faculty Concert. Use the code GROUP6 to access group pricing when purchasing tickets online. For more information, call the Horowitz Center Box Office.
PACKAGE OF 3:
Mix and match three tickets from faculty or guest artist series concerts listed below for $50.00.
Saving of $4 – $34 from at the door ticket price. This offer cannot be combined with other discounts.
Happy Birthday, Clara Schumann! – A Musical Portrait
September 2019 is the 200th birthday month of Clara Schumann. HCC Music Faculty come together in this celebratory concert with music composed by Clara, works written for her, repertoire she studied, and compositions by her friends. Program will include works by Frederick Chopin, Clara Schumann, Robert Schumann, and Johannes Brahms.
This concert has been postponed. Ticket Holders will be contacted by the Box Office. Rescheduled concert date to be announced at a later date.
Sheng-Tsung Wang, Violin
Works by both female and male composers (Clara Schumann, Brahms, and more), exploring feminine and male expressions within each composition and how the composers balance these contrasting energies.
Patagonia Winds – The Power of Music: By the People, For the People
Melissa Lindon, Flute
The Patagonia Winds celebrates its tenth anniversary season with a powerhouse program of favorites by Hindemith, Holst and Mussorgsky. This unique concert event weaves multimedia visuals and performer commentary to draw audiences deeper into the experience of the music, with the intimacy and connection afforded by chamber music.
The Power of Women!
Deborah Brown and Friends
From the French elegance of Cecile Chaminade’s music to the effusion of Clara Schumann’s power and lyricism – Women Rule! This program will feature Clara Schumann Piano Trio, Op. 17 and Cecile Chaminade Piano Trio No. 1 in G minor.
Empowering Musical Legacies: Looking Back and Paying it Forward in a Lifetime at the Piano
Lisa Rehwoldt, Piano
HCC Faculty pianist Lisa Rehwoldt presents a recital exploring the symbiotic relationship between piano teacher and student, and the inspirational repertoire that is the focus of this unique relationship. Works by Brahms, Scriabin, Chopin, and McGarvey.
Powerful Guitar Classics
Bruce Casteel, 8-string Guitar
This concert will include works from medieval to modern times.
Beach and Beethoven
Yoon Young Bae, Violin
Join us for a varied program of string duos and quartets highlighting women composers. The evening will include Amy Beach’s String Quartet, Op. 89, and Beethoven will bookend the evening.
Dynamism and Virtue
Yi-Hsin Cindy Lin, Violin
Come enjoy an evening of chamber music for violin and piano by Shostakovich, Schumann and Franck!
Octtava Piano Duo – Tales from the Piano
Wei-Der Huang, Piano
Throughout history, composers have used the evocative and narrative power of music to tell many stories. From a simple Latin American Romance to The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Octtava Piano Duo brings these stories live through a powerful instrument – the piano! Music by Arensky, Chen, Debussy, Dukas, Gustavino, Prokofiev, and Shostakovich will be heard.
Time Designs and Power Lines
Kyle Coughlin, Clarinet
Kyle Coughlin will perform a series of multimedia works that feature original compositions for clarinet and electronic instruments, accompanied by video animations that are synchronized to the music. Visual and aural elements are connected together in unique ways in Power Lines, a work focusing on this year’s theme, and Time Designs: Art Deco Suite.
La Forza Dell'amore
Lu-Hsuan Lucy Chen, Soprano
Soprano Lu-Hsuan Lucy Chen, pianist David Chapman and cellist Yoon Nah Cho join in a concert featuring some of the most exquisite musical pieces ever written expressing love. The interplay and juxtaposition of soprano and cello would surely bring a rarely encountered musical experience.
Alphabet Series Concert
Katy I-Hsuan Chiang, Cello
The Alphabet Series Concert spotlights a few ideas: involving the general public in pre-concert programming, introducing more composers to the public through each alphabet category, and exploring more cello repertoire by lesser-known composers. The concert will have a featured letter of the alphabet, which will be decided by the general public’s votes, and all the pieces will be by composers whose last names begin with the chosen letter. (Information about participation in voting will be available in the HCC Concert Series email updates.)
Accordare Piano Duo -- The Power of Two
Lisa Rehwoldt, Piano
The Accordare Piano Duo offers a unique program of movements from celebrated piano concertos. Bask in the beauty of music by Beethoven, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, & Ravel.