Parkway Concert Orchestra presents performs on November 4 in Westwood

“Dvorak New World”

Read our guest artist’s bio here.

Directions to Temple Beth David are provided at the bottom of this page.

Parkway Concert Orchestra begins its 2012-13 season of Masterworks with a concert on Sunday, November 4 at 3 p.m. at Temple Beth David, 7 Clapboardtree Street, Westwood. Matthew Fritz conducts the 50 piece non-profit orchestra in Antonín Dvořák's Symphony No. 9 “From the New World.” The concert will feature violinist Dr. Joung Hoon Song in selections from Symphonie Espagnol by Édouard Lalo.

Donation is $15; $10 for seniors and students; and free for children under 12 years old. For ticket reservations please call 781-762-0288.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Westwood Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

The Program:

Dvořák New World
Symphonie espagnole in D minor, Op. 21Édouard Lalo
   I. Allegro non troppo 
Dr. Joung Hoon Song, violin
Symphony No. 9 in E Minor From the New World, Op. 95Antonin Dvořák
   I. Adagio, Allegro molto
   II. Largo
Symphonie espagnole in D minor, Op. 21Édouard Lalo
   II. Scherzando: Allegro molto 
Dr. Joung Hoon Song, violin
Symphonie espagnole in D minor, Op. 21Édouard Lalo
   IV. Andante
   V. Rondo: Allegro
Dr. Joung Hoon Song, violin
Symphony No. 9 in E Minor From the New World, Op. 95Antonin Dvořák
   III. Scherzo: Molto vivace
   IV. Allegro con Fuoco

Joung Hoon Song, violin

soloist Joung Hoon Song portraitJoung Hoon Song performs extensively as a violinist and violist throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. He has been the featured soloist with the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, the Budapest Radio Symphony, the Mont Clair Chamber Ensemble and the Aspen Baroque Orchestra, among others, and has performed extensively in New York and Boston at venues including Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Michael C. Paul Hall at Lincoln Center, and Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory.

In addition to his solo appearances, Dr. Song is active as a chamber musician and conductor, collaborating with artists and faculties from New England Conservatory, Boston University, Boston Conservatory, Wellesley, Yale University, The Juilliard School, Mannes, Manhattan School of Music, University of Illinois at Urbana Champagne and the Chopin Academy in Poland.

Dr. Song received his Bachelor’s degree from Juilliard, the Master of Music and Artist Diploma degrees from Yale, and the Doctor of Musical Arts in both violin and viola from Boston University. His dissertation focused on the legendary violinist and composer, Henri Vieuxtemps. He has the honor of playing Vieuxtemps’ violin, a 1789 Lorenzo Storioni.

Dr. Song currently serves as violin, viola, and chamber music faculty at New England Conservatory Preparatory School and School of Continuing Education, and has a teaching affiliation with the Harvard University Office of the Arts.

Directions to Temple Beth David, 7 Clapboardtree Street, Westwood

From Route 128: Take Exit 16B (Route 109) towards Westwood. Follow Route 109 (High Street) approximately 2.2 miles. Take a left onto Pond Street. (Pond Street is the second left after the Thurston Middle School which is on a hill on your left.) Go approximately ½ mile to the four-way stop sign. Take a left onto Clapboardtree Street. The entrance to the Temple Beth David will be immediately on your right.

From First Congregational Church, Norwood: Turn left onto Winter Street. Proceed to end. Take left at stop sign onto Clapboardtree Street. Temple Beth David is the second driveway on the left (after Westwood Lodge, and before T intersection with Pond Street).

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