Recital: Maria Ioudenitch '22 AD, Violin | An American in Paris

NEC: Jordan Hall | Directions

290 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA
United States

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. She is the recipient of the Edward P. and Margaret Richardson Presidential Scholarship.

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  • Maria Ioudenitch '22 AD, violin
  • Dina Vainshtein, piano
  • Miriam Fried, studio instructor
  1. Joseph Bologne | Sonata No. 2 for Harpsichord and Violin

    Allegro moderato
    Andantino - Minore allegro

  2. Lili Boulanger | D'un matin de printemps (Of a Spring Morning)

  3. Ernest Chausson | Poème, op. 25

  4. Eugène Ysaÿe | Sonata No. 1 for Solo Violin in G Minor

    Allegretto poco scherzoso
    Finale con brio

  5. ---intermission

  6. Daniel Ott | Double Aria for Solo Violin

  7. Cécile Chaminade | Capriccio

  8. George Gershwin (arr. Jascha Heifetz) | An American in Paris

  9. William Grant Still | Summerland

  10. Claude Debussy | Sonata in G Minor for Violin and Piano

    Allegro vivo
    Intermède: Fantasque et léger
    Finale: Très animé

  11. To my dearest teacher Miriam Fried:
    thank you for all that you are and all that you have taught me these past three years.
    Every single moment has been a blessing, and I’ve grown in so many different ways
    as a result of your wise, patient, kind, and supportive presence in my life —
    as a teacher, a mentor, and hopefully sometime in the near future, a friend.

    Thank you to Dina, for your tremendous care, dedication, and as always, your wonderful musicianship. 

    Thank you to my beautiful parents, supporting from afar, providing so much help,
    support, and love, and to my friends, who have made this pandemic year a bearable,
    even happy one. You all inspire me to no end.