Students involved in Hill’s Afternoon Arts program had the chance to showcase their term projects in the Alumni Memorial Chapel Wednesday evening, Feb. 16, 2011. Starting off the program was Gary Kim ’14 (Seoul, South Korea), accompanied by Mr. Bill Conrad on the piano with "Concertino" by Chaminade. The hit pop song "100 Years" by Five for Fighting was then performed by Michelle Adjangba ’13 (Charlotte, N. C.) on the piano.
The Hill School Woodwind Quartet then took the stage with two quartet pieces, "Ave Verum Corpus" and "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik," both by Mozart. The Woodwind Quartet included Eddie Lee ’11 (Wayne, N.J.) and Yohan Bae ’12 (Daegu, South Korea) on the clarinet; JiHyon Hwang ’13 (Seoul, South Korea) on the oboe; Michelle Adjangba on the flute; and Emily Evans ’14 (Chester Springs, Pa.) on the french horn. The Quartet was directed by Veronica Mascaro.
The concert continued with a performance of "Nocturne in B Major Op. 32 No. 1" by Chopin, which was played by Caitlin Stouvenot ’12 (Collegeville, Pa.) on the piano. The final pieces, "Part I. Adante" and "IV. Presto of String Quartet in D minor op. 42 No. 35" by Haydn, were played by The Hill School String Quartet. The quartet featured Garvin Chan ’11 (Kowloon, Hong Kong) and Yujin Koh ’13 (Busan, South Korea), both on the violin; Steven Gu ’11 (Audubon, Pa.) on the viola; and Sue Yoon ’11 (Fort Lee, N. J.) on the cello. The quartet was directed by BelMary Lorcas.
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During the day on Wednesday, the Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble performed for the students at the Wyndcroft School. View photos here.