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Xiaobo Pu, classical guitar and Emma Resmini, flute

Date: Saturday February 24 at 7:30 pm (doors open at 7:00 pm)
Admission: General Admission: $15
Senior/Student Admission: $10
WCGS Member Admission: $10
Tickets: available at door or in our Online Store
Parking: Free parking in lot or street

Xiaobo Pu and Emma Resmini

Chinese guitarist Xiaobo Pu and American flutist Emma Resmini put on a breathtaking performance opening for Colin Davin in our 2016-17 season, and they impressed us so much that we asked them to return this season with a full concert program! Xiaobo will perform one half of the program solo, and play flute & guitar duos with Emma Resmini during the other half. Both Xiaobo and Emma are students completing degrees at Curtis Institute of Music.

Works by Bach, Tansman, Henze (Pu), and Beaser, Piazzolla (Pu and Resmini).

Guest Opening Artist: TBD

This concert will take place in our new home, the lovely sanctuary of the Presbyterian Church of the Covenant, a space so acoustically intimate and beautiful it has to be heard to be believed.

A reception featuring MyHouse Cookies http://myhousecookies.com/ will follow the concert.

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Bios:
Xiaobo Pu, from Beijing, entered the Curtis Institute of Music in 2014 and studies guitar with David Starobin and Jason Vieaux.

Mr. Pu won first prize in the senior division of the Guitar Foundation of America’s International Competition and won first prize in the American String Teachers Association National Guitar Competition; and second prize in the Philadelphia Guitar Competition and Enkor competition string division. He has performed solo recitals in Beijing, Hongkong, Macao, Shenzhen, Washington, Vienna and other places. He has also appeared with the Beijing Wind Orchestra and is the founder of the Concordance chamber music group, which has performed at the National Centre for Performing Arts, Beijing Music Hall and won first place in the chamber music division of the Tainjin Accordion Festival. Concordance has also released a compact disc on the Universal Music label. He also attended the Aspen Music Festival and served as faculty assistance for the PALS program.

Mr. Pu’s teachers have included Chuan Chen and Jiajiong Li of the Affiliated Middle School of the Central Conservatory in Beijing.

Emma Resmini, flutist, has soloed with the National Symphony, Dallas Symphony, and Pittsburgh Symphony. Additional recent engagements include the Penn Composers Guild, National Flute Association Convention, Music for Food, Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival, and Odeon Chamber Music Series. With a worldwide following, Emma’s classical flute videos have millions of views across social media. Her music is played on NPR’s Performance Today, and in May 2016 Emma was their Young Artist in Residence. A passionate advocate of contemporary music, Emma has premiered works by numerous composers, including Sean William Calhoun, Kai-Young Chan, Alyssa Weinberg, Aiyana Tedi Braun, and Andrew Davis. She is also a member of Bowerbird’s Arcana New Music Ensemble. Emma attends the Curtis Institute of Music, studying with Jeffrey Khaner, Principal Flutist of the Philadelphia Orchestra, and previously a long time student of Alice Kogan Weinreb.


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