Clarinetist Lisa Oberlander Presents Recital
Clarinetist Lisa Oberlander performs Thursday, January 23 at 7:30 p.m. in Goodwin Recital hall. Oberlander is on the faculty of the Schwob School of Music at Columbus State Unviversity. She is joined by pianist Tatiana Muzanova on music of Schumann, Primosch, Poulenc and Brahms.
Tickets will be sold at the door: $10 for general admission, $5 for children and students with a valid student ID. Contact the Music Department at 844-4165 or www.auburn.edu/music for more information.
Fantasiestücke - Robert Schumann (1810–1856)
Zart und mit Ausdruck
Rasch und mit Feuer
Nocturne étincelant - Roger Zare (b. 1985)
Sonata - Francis Poulenc (1899–1963)
Allegro con fuoco
Sonata in Eb Major, op. 120, no. 2 - Johannes Brahms (1833–1897)
Andante con moto
About the Artists
Lisa Oberlander has performed throughout the United States, Europe, and Japan and can be heard as the featured soloist on Andrew Rindfleisch's Light Fantastic on the Summit Records label. She has performed with renowned Canadian pianist Jon Kimura Parker and critically acclaimed cellist Wendy Warner, and her international appearances include performances at the 14th World Saxophone Congress in Ljubljana, Slovenia, a concert tour of Japan as a member of the Fountain City Ensemble, and performances in Salt Lake City, Tokyo, Ostend (Belgium), Richmond, and Atlanta at the International Clarinet Association’s annual conferences. She also served the ICA as a member of the host organizing committee for the 2006 convention in Atlanta. Oberlander has collaborated with numerous composers on their works for clarinet including Wayne Peterson, Nico Muhly, J. M. David, Fred Cohen, and Eric Mandat. She has been a featured soloist with the Columbus State University Philharmonic Orchestra and the CSU Wind Ensemble, performing concertos by Nielsen, Copland, Mozart, and Shaw as well as Leonard Bernstein's Prelude, Fugue and Riffs, which she recorded in 2011. She has performed with various orchestras including the Phoenix Symphony, the Arizona Opera, and the Columbus Symphony. She performs on Robert Spring’s newest CD Dry Heat, released on the Potenza Music label in 2012, and also on Kelly Johnson’s disc The Clarinet Unlimited. Together with Schwob faculty artist Yien Wang, she has recently recorded her first solo CD, which will be released on the Potenza label in 2014.
Dr. Oberlander has presented masterclasses, clinics, and recitals at universities across the United States and in April 2011, she held a week-long residency as a guest teacher at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music.
Tatiana Muzanova was born in Moscow in 1984 and began to play the piano at the age of six. She studied at Gnesin’s Music College with Professor Dieva and continued her education in Gnesin’s State Academy of Music with Professors Skavronskij and Arkadiev. During her education, she gave recitals in Russia at the Small Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, the Rachmaninov’s Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, the Great Hall of the Murmansk Philharmonic, the Great Hall of the Vladivostok Philharmonic, and many other prestige concert halls. Ms. Muzanova has a very broad range of repertoire, including contemporary music. As a soloist, she performed the world premiere of Concerto for Piano and Orchestra by the contemporary composer Vladimir Genin with the Pacific Symphony in April 2010. Ms. Muzanova has also toured extensively as chamber musician. She is a prizewinner of several international competitions and festivals, including the Dorothy MacKenzie Artist Recognition Scholarship Award (2008 International Keyboard Institute and Festival) and the 2010 Columbus State University Concerto Competition. In 2013 she was awarded First Prize along with two best interpretation awards at the Liszt-Garrison International Piano Competition. She is currently continuing her education at the Schwob School of Music of the Columbus State University where she is a Master in Piano Performance degree student as well as teaching assistant in the piano studio of Professor Alexander Kobrin.
Last Updated: January 15, 2014