Recital: Maria Ioudenitch '22 AD, Violin
The Artist Diploma (AD) program is NEC's highest performance program, offering a handful of especially gifted performers the opportunity to deepen and challenge their artistry, broaden their musical perspective, and explore areas of personal and professional growth. AD recitals allow audiences to observe multiple facets of emerging artists.
Maria Ioudenitch '22 AD studies Violin with Miriam Fried and is the recipient of the Edward P. and Margaret Richardson Presidential Scholarship.
This performance is open to in-person audiences, and can also be viewed via livestream.
- Maria Ioudenitch 22 AD, violin
- Kenneth Broberg, piano
- Miriam Fried, studio teacher
Ludwig van Beethoven | Sonata No. 5 in F Major, op. 24 “Spring”
Adagio molto espressivo
Scherzo: Allegro molto
Rondo: Allegro ma non troppo
Clara Schumann | "I. Andante molto" from Romances, op. 22
Robert Schumann | "II. Einfach, innig" from Romances, op. 94
Nikolai Medtner (arr. Heifetz) | Fairy Tale, op. 20 no. 1
Nikolai Medtner (arr. Kenneth Broberg) | Canzona Matinata, op. 39 no. 4
Sergei Rachmaninoff (arr. Maria Ioudenitch) | "IV. Ne Poi Krasavitsa, Pri Mne" from Six Romances, op. 4
Leonid Desyatnikov | “Wie der alte Leiermann”
Franz Schubert | Fantasie in C Major, D. 934
You have shown the world to me.
A world of kindness and generosity, of perseverance and grit, of great beauty and of strong determination to do and be good in our world.
I can only hope to be even half the person and musician you are, for you are indeed the greatest inspiration as both.
With all my heart, thank you for these past four years, which have shaped the rest of my life.
Your joy and love for music is supremely contagious.
Our work together has been the greatest reason to use the phrase: “this is why I do what I do”.
Thank you for this gift and for your artistry.
To my parents:
I know you are here and reading this right now.
You simply can’t surprise me this time.
Thank you for raising me in a beautiful house full of beautiful music.
You are forever my home — I love you.
To my dear friends and my studio mates (and in many instances, one and the same!):
I am constantly inspired by every single one of you.
There have been countless times I’ve fallen in love with certain pieces, both new and old,
because I heard you play them.
And I won’t even get started on what beautiful humans you are.
Thank you for growing with me.
To the incredible NEC faculty and community:
I owe you so much. I’m so grateful for all the chamber coachings (8 semesters!), the classes, the stupendous concerts, and the happy hallway “hellos”, where wisdom was imparted, and many laughs shared.
Thank you all for being here with us, and thank you NEC for a wonderful four years.