Piano, trumpet and percussion guest artists
Adam Sliwinski (front) performs with So Percussion. Sliwinski will be at Interlochen Center for the Arts on Nov. 11.
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SHUAI WANG - PIANO : Pianist Shuai Wang will be performing a recital on Wednesday, Nov. 11 from 3-4:25 p.m. in the Dendrinos Chapel. Wang is currently a faculty member at the Cleveland Institute of Music and the Cleveland State University. She joined Interlochen Arts Camp as the piano faculty in 2015. Dr. Shuai Sophia Wang is an accomplished soloist and chamber musician. She has given numerous solo and chamber concerts throughout the United States, China and Europe. Wang is a native of Tianjin, China. She came to the United States at age fourteen to study piano at Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan.
ROY POPER - TRUMPET: Associate Professor of Trumpet at the Oberlin Conservatory, Roy Poper will be giving a master class on Wednesday, Nov. 11 from 4:10-6 p.m. in the Fine Arts Building. Roy Poper has for more than 30 years maintained an active performing career of a breadth rare among musicians. His engagements span every facet of trumpet performance including symphonic principal player (Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and L.A. Opera), film studio work (over 500 major motion pictures), chamber music (founding member, The Modern Brass Quintet), and "popular" genres including jazz ensembles, Broadway shows, and even recordings with Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention.
ADAM SLIWINSKI - PERCUSSION: Percussionist Adam Sliwinski will be giving a master class on Wednesday, Nov. 11 from 3-5 p.m. in the Frohlich Building room 2210. Adam is co-director of the So Percussion Summer Institute, an annual intensive course on the campus of Princeton University for college-age percussionists. He is also co-director of the percussion program at the Bard College Conservatory of Music, and has taught percussion both in masterclass and privately at more than 80 conservatories and universities in the USA and internationally. Along with his colleagues in So Percussion, Adam is Edward T. Cone performer-in-residence at Princeton University.