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Ari Micich in concert

Date & Time: Sun. May 21, 7pm
Venue: 1750 29th Avenue, San Francisco
Tickets: $20 General, $15 Seniors/Students
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HaydnTrumpet Concerto in Eb
I. Allegro (sonata)
II. Andante
III. Allegro (rondo)

Hindemith: Sonata for Trumpet and Piano
I. Mit Kraft
II. Mäßig bewegt
III. Trauermusik

Original music by Ari Micich

About the Artist

static1-squarespace-comAri Micich has performed with the San Francisco Symphony, New World Symphony and many Bay Area orchestras and ensembles. He has toured internationally and has held positions with the KwaZulu Natal Philharmonic in Durban, South Africa and the Berkeley Symphony in Berkeley California. For the 2014-2015 season he was an associate member of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago and participated in the Spoleto Festival for their 2014 and 2015 seasons.  In addition to performing with orchestras and new music ensembles he is an avid jazz musician and enjoys playing in pop and indie genres.

In addition to performing, Ari enjoys teaching and inspiring students. He currently directs the band program at The Brandeis School of San Francisco where he leads an elementary band and middle school jazz band. Ari holds a Master of Music degree and Professional Studies Diploma from the San Francisco Conservatory where he studied with Mark Inouye and Dave Burkhart.

Amy Chiu received a M.M degree in piano performance from Manhattan School of Music, studying under Mr. Zenon Fishbein. She later studied piano accompaniment at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music under Mr. Tim Bach and received her second M.M degree in piano accompaniment. In the past 15 years, Ms. Chiu has accompanied Conservatory students and faculty members in recitals and master classes. She served as the president of the California Professional Music Teacher Association (CAPMT), San Francisco Branch and organized and hosted many recitals for hundreds of young musicians to present their musical talent.

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