“It was the consensus of the judges,” they wrote, that Carey’s “performance reflects the depth of interpretation, musicality, and technical expertise needed to distinguish one’s self in the world of professional performance.”
Peter Oundjian, well-known internationally as a remarkable musician who successfully made the transition from one of the world’s leading violinists to a highly-acclaimed conductor, will guest-conduct the Yale Philharmonia on Friday, January 23 at 8:00pm in Woolsey Hall. Oundjian is music director of one of North America’s major orchestras, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. A renowned teacher, he has been on the faculty of the Yale School of Music since 1981. The program will feature Bartók’s Viola Concerto, performed by Margaret Carey, a winner of the 2008 Woolsey Hall Competition.
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