Recital: Anna Mann '24, Viola

NEC: Brown Hall | Directions

290 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA
United States

NEC's students meet one-on-one each week with a faculty artist to perfect their craft. As each one leaves NEC to make their mark in the performance world, they present a full, professional recital that is free and open to the public. It's your first look at the artists of tomorrow.

Anna Mann '24 studies Viola with Mai Motobuchi.

This is an in-person event with a private stream available to the NEC community here:

  • Anna Mann '24, viola
  • Tae Kim, piano
  • Mai Motobuchi, studio teacher
  1. Franz Schubert | Sonata for Arpeggione and Piano, D. 821

    arr. for viola and piano by Anna Mann

    Allegro moderato

    • Tae Kim, piano
  2. Paul Hindemith | Sonata for Viola and Piano, op. 25 no. 4

    Sehr lebhaft - Markiert und kraftvoll
    Sehr langsame Viertel
    Finale: Lebhaft Viertel

    • Tae Kim, piano

  4. Johannes Brahms | Sonata in F Minor for Viola and Piano, op. 120 no. 1

    Allegro appassionato
    Andante un poco adagio
    Allegretto grazioso

    • Tae Kim, piano

    I want to thank everyone who is joining me today. I’m so grateful to share this recital with all of you.

    Thank you to my parents for their unwavering support throughout my life. Their encouragement has gotten me to where I am today.

    Thanks to all my friends who’ve made my time at NEC so special. I will cherish all the fun and silly memories we’ve had together.

    To my mentors:

    Tae, for being the most incredible pianist and collaborator to play with. My bad for all the missed entrances over the last few years…

    Daniel, for his incredible help in the last few months;

    Martha, for 3 inspiring years. Your wisdom and guidance is a treasure to the world and I’m so thankful to have learned from you;

    And Mai, who selflessly took me on during her busiest time last year. In just one year you’ve pushed me into a better musician than I could have hoped for. I’m forever indebted to you and honored to have been your student.