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Sunday March 24, 2024 | 1pm

Paul C. Blau Theater

 

Jeremy Russo, cellist & chef

PROGRAM

 

Suite No. 1 in G major, BWV 1007

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

 

Prélude

Allemande 

Courante 

Sarabande 

Menuett I 

Menuett II 

Gigue

Suite for Cello

Harold Levin

Sarabande

Gigue

Menu

Korean Stir-Fried Glass Noodles (Japchae)

Sweet potato noodles, bell pepper, onion, spinach, shiitake mushroom, egg

Tarte Soleil 3 Ways

French-inspired pastry: Spinach & Feta, Basil Pesto, Roasted Bell Pepper

Italian Meatballs

Beef & pork meatballs, roasted pasillo pepper tomato sauce

Pistachio Mint Chocolate Bark

Dark Belgian Chocolate, pistachios, fresh mint, golden raisins, graham cracker, sea salt 

About the artist

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Jeremy Russo was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV and expressed a love for music at an early age. This developed into a passion for the cello and he ultimately went on to earn his Bachelor of Music degree and Master of Music Degree in Cello Performance.

 

Jeremy has performed across the globe, appearing on stages such as Carnegie Hall in NYC, Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., and the Smith Center in Las Vegas, as well as stages in Europe and Asia. In Las Vegas, he has frequently shared the stage with current legends, namely Andrea Bocelli, Adele, and The Eagles. Jeremy also regularly performs with the Las Vegas Philharmonic during their regular concert season at the Smith Center. He maintains a full private teaching studio while working regularly with local youth orchestras and public school orchestra programs.

 

Aside from music and cooking, Jeremy enjoys snowboarding, hiking, exploring international cuisine all with his lovely wife, Soo Yeon, who is also a fantastic violinist and educator.

About the composer

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​Harold Levin has led a varied career as violist, conductor, composer, and teacher.  He has performed and conducted in both North and South America, and has held viola and conducting appointments at West Virginia, Bucknell, and Western Illinois Universities. An active performer, Dr. Levin has played viola with the orchestras of Louisville, Cincinnati, Omaha, Memphis, Long Island, Orlando, and Jacksonville, and has taught and performed in summer festivals including Cabrillo, Blue Mountain, Interlochen, Rutgers Summerfest, Bedford Springs, Bay View, Breckenridge, Lake Placid, and the Colorado Philharmonic.  He holds degrees from Ball State University, the University of Cincinnati, and Rutgers University, where his teachers included Michael Tree, Donald McInnes, Raymond Stilwell, and Robert Slaughter. In addition to his college work, Dr. Levin has led youth orchestras in Indiana, Nebraska, New Jersey, and Florida. A commissioned, recorded, and published composer; his works have been performed across the country. In 2016 he was appointed Professor of Viola at Skidmore.

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