Piano Ensemble and Piano Accompanying Class

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Piano Ensemble and Piano Accompanying Class

Peter and the Wolf, and other works by composers born in Ukraine

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Westerbeck Recital Hall 1570 East Colorado Boulevard CA 140 Pasadena, CA 91106

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Music by Prokofiev, Gliere, Lysenko, and Ornstein

Featuring performers from Piano Ensemble (MUSC 043) and Piano Accompanying (MUSC 044) classes, Jocelyn Chang, Wen-Ting Huang, and Phillip Young, instructors.

Special guest narrator: Allan Axibal-Cordero