Juilliard @ SOPAC
A Sunday Afternoon Concert Series
with Music’s Brightest Young Stars
SOPAC is proud to partner with the famed Juilliard School to present some of the finest young musicians in the world today. SOPAC is the perfect concert hall to hear Classical and Jazz stars of tomorrow.
Single Tickets: $20
Senior Citizens & Students: $15
2017-18 Juilliard @ SOPAC Series
Juilliard Jazz Ensemble
Sunday, November 19 at 3PM
Juilliard Jazz, under the leadership of Juilliard alumni Wynton Marsalis, director, and Aaron Flagg, chair and associate director, offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees as well as artist diplomas. The curriculum combines classroom, private studio, and performance ensemble courses with substantial interactions with Jazz masters and multiple off-campus performance opportunities. The department’s programming reflects the Jazz continuum and its American vernacular roots as well as the social and cultural vitality of the music.
Tal First, Violin
Sunday, December 3 at 3PM
Israeli violinist Tal First is making his mark as a young virtuoso. Now studying at the famed Julliard conservatory in New York, his many awards and achievements led to support from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, among others. Tal First plays on a violin made by Gaetano Pollastri, generously loaned to him by Mr. Yehuda Zisapel.
Stella Chen, Violin
Sunday, January 14 at 3PM
Violinist Stella Chen has been praised by the Wall Street Journal as a “rising star to watch” and by Strad magazine as having a “warm sound and long musical lines.” A recent graduate of Harvard, she continues to blaze a trail of achievements as a brilliant and accomplished young musician.
The Argus Quartet
Sunday, March 18 at 3PM
The dynamic and versatile Argus Quartet is quickly building a reputation as a passionate interpreters of classical repertoire as well as champions of new work. They have been praised for their “supreme melodic control and total authority” by the Calgary Herald. They are the 2017-18 Graduate Quartet in Residence at the Juilliard School.