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Northeast Times | December 19, 2018

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The Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra continues its 2017-2018 Season, “Vienna, City of Music!!” at the Irving Arts Center, Carpenter Hall. The season continues on March 17, 2018 and all performances are at 8:00PM!

The Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra continues its 2017-2018 Season, “Vienna, City of Music!!” at the Irving Arts Center, Carpenter Hall. The season continues on March 17, 2018 and all performances are at 8:00PM!

No other city in the world can boast a musical history as illustrious as Vienna’s. In a single afternoon, you can visit Haydn’s house, Beethoven’s apartment, and the Cathedral where Schubert sang as a boy. Or, for less than the price of a good bottle of Gruner Veltliner, you can immerse yourself in great Viennese music with a subscription to the Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra’s 2017-18 Season: “Vienna, City of Music”.

The concert will feature Rachel Kudo on piano, performing Weber’s Piano Concerto No. 2 in Eb Major. A winner of the Gilmore Young Artist Award, Rachel Kudo gave her first performances with orchestra at age 16, performing Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and De Falla’s Nights in the Gardens of Spain with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. She has since performed with the Warsaw Philharmonic in Poland and the RTE National Symphony Orchestra in Ireland, among others. She has appeared in recital at Chopin’s birthplace in Poland, Salle Cortot in Paris, Musikverein in Vienna, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Aspen Music Festival, Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series in Chicago, and Avery Fisher Hall, Alice Tully Hall, and Carnegie Hall in New York. Born in Washington, D.C., to Japanese-Korean parents, Ms. Kudo began studying piano at age 4 with Emilio del Rosario and continued at The Juilliard School and the Mannes College of Music. Her past teachers include Richard Goode, Yoheved Kaplinsky, and Gilbert Kalish, and she currently studies with Leon Fleisher.

Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra credits its Music Director, Robert Carter Austin, for its continued outstanding and diverse orchestral programming. Maestro Austin’s background encompasses over 30 years of professional music experience and includes degrees from MIT, Cambridge University, and Stanford University. Maestro Austin’s musical experience includes conducting performances in many countries, including: Korea, Ukraine, Canada, Italy, Spain, China, France, Germany, Mexico, Bulgaria, Ecuador, Colombia, Philippines, Guatemala, Dominican Republic and the United States.