Friday, May 14, 2021 | 7:30 PM Concert

Friday, May 14, 2021 | 7:30 PM Concert

FRIDAY, MAY 14, 2021
Watch directly from this page. | Concert starts at 7:30PM (PDT)
ZOOM ARTIST TALK | Artist Talk starts at 8:30PM (PDT)

Chloe Kim, violin
Infamy Too! (Julia Chien & Aaron Graham, percussion)
Rachel Kiyo Iwaasa, piano

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“Sound is so precious and it’s incredibly intimate and so expressive…”

Chloe Kim Violin

Rising star Chloe Kim plays J.S. Bach’s “Partita in D Minor” for solo violin. Infamy Too! (Julia Chien and Aaron Graham) plays Ivan Trevino’s “Driven” for percussion and soundtrack. And pianist Rachel Kiyo Iwaasa plays music by Rodney Sharman.

Listening. Together. has received generous support from:
SoundON, Creative BC, and the Province of British Columbia, Grossman & Stanley Business Lawyers, and Karen Gelmon and Peter Busby
…and, donors like you!



J.S Bach
Partita No. 2 in D Minor, BWV1004
1. Allemanda
2. Corrente
3. Sarabanda
4. Giga
5. Ciaccona
Performed by Chloe Kim

Ivan Trevino
Performed by Infamy Too! (Julia Chien & Aaron Graham)

Rodney Sharman
Wounded (in memoriam Claude Vivier)
Opera Transcriptions: L’Incoronazione di Poppea – Mercurio dal ciel in terra
Opera Transcriptions: Tristan und Isolde
Performed by Rachel Kiyo Iwaasa

What artists are saying about listening together:

“There’s a magic sort of listening in a room together… A special kind of listening that happens in the room…Sound is so precious and it’s incredibly intimate and so expressive… And listening is part of the experience of performing.” (Chloe Kim, violin)

Listening together means critically examining the music we are performing with the goal of seeking out those aspects which might help to heighten a sense of musical and emotional expression, serve as a vehicle for our own musical interests and goals, or perhaps inspire an audience.” (Infamy Too!, percussion)

Listening is one of the ways of being fully present in the world.”
“Being human.” (Rachel Kiyo Iwaasa, piano)