Courtroom Concert Program Details

April 27, 2017, Noon
Courtroom 317, Landmark Center

Ben Osterhouse, cello
Hsin-I Huang, piano

Sergei Rachmaninoff
Cello Sonata in G Minor, Opus 19
   I. Lento – Allegro moderato
   III. Andante

Ben Osterhouse
Three Narratives for Cello Quartet
(with Lindsay Schlemmer, Elena Denny, Arianna Wegley, cellos)

Benjamin Osterhouse
is currently pursuing a doctorate in cello performance, studying with Tanya Remenikova. During his college career he has given solo performances with the University of Minnesota’s Symphony Orchestra, the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, the Two Rivers Chorale, and the University of Northwestern Orchestra. This past Spring he won 1st place in both the Schubert Club Scholarship Competition and the Thursday Musical Scholarship Competition. He has performed twice on Minnesota Public Radio; once performing a solo cello piece he wrote, and more recently played the chamber compositions of Minnesota Varsity Featured Composers. During his masters in cello performance at the University of Minnesota Benjamin also studied piano and double bass, and is now studying composition with Alex Lubet as a secondary emphasis to his doctorate. He has attended the Tafelmusik Baroque Institute in Toronto and will be attending the Emerging Artist Fellowship Program at Garth Newel, in Virginia.

Hsin-I Huang, a native of Taiwan, received her Master of Music degree in Collaborative Piano at The University of Texas at Austin under the tutelage of Anne Epperson in 2014. Huang is currently a doctoral candidate in Collaborative Piano and Coaching at the University of Minnesota, where she is a teaching assistant to Dr. Timothy Lovelace. Her previous appointments include a Teaching Assistantship in collaborative piano at the Brevard Music Festival in the summer of 2013, and a collaborative piano fellowship at the Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara in the summer of 2014. During the summer of 2016, Huang was a full-scholarship student at Aspen Music Festival and School in Colorado, where she studied with renowned Rita Sloan. In the summer of 2017, she will return to Aspen as a full-scholarship student studying with Andrew Harley.

Concert Info

October through April
Thursdays from 12pm – 1pm
Courtroom 317, Landmark Center


Hosted by Schubert Club
Composer-in-Residence, Abbie Betinis.

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Seating is limited and first come first served. Doors open at 11:30. Please call if you are attending as a group of 10 or more (651.292.3267).

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