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The energetic fourth movement, Untimely Foreign Relations, depicts a war scene with dialogue between the violin soloist and the percussion and the rest of the orchestra.
No splashy soloists this opening night; try Tchaikovsky paired with Osvaldo Golijov, this year’s composer-in-residence.
Dudamel handpicked an international faculty, which included noted instrumental players (including Simon Bernardini, a violinist in the Berlin Philharmonic), soloists and educators.
The first-place winner receives a cash award as well as the opportunity to appear as a soloist with the orchestra.
Prohorova has performed as a soloist with a number of symphonic and chamber orchestras from her native Moldova as well as Italy, Germany, Japan and Canada.
The concert will feature Colby as soloist with the Monday Jazz Night Ensemble directed by Michael Flack.
Irawati was a frequent soloist with Orchestra Nova and is currently a vocal coach at Point Loma Nazarene University.
Thus, the foursome has many of the lyrical and dramatic possibilities of any concerto soloist, though not the agility that one associates with, say, a violinist who leaps into the ozone during the cadenza.
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Definition of soloist for English Language Learners
: a person who performs a musical solo
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