Dino Mulic, piano - Faculty Recital - November 3, 2021
Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi Performing Arts Center Faculty Recital - Dino Mulic, piano November 3, 2021 Ethan Resnik: Une promenade à travers le Metropolitan Matthew Quayle: Winter Ballad Sergei Rachmaninoff: Variations on a Theme of Corelli, Op. 42 Theme: Andante Var. I: Poco più mosso Var. II: L’istesso tempo Var. III: Tempo di Minuetto Var. IV: Andante Var. V: Allegro (ma non tanto) Var. VI: L’istesso tempo Var. VII: Vivace Var. VIII: Adagio misterioso Var. IX: Un poco più mosso Var. X: Allegro scherzando Var. XI: Allegro vivace Var. XII: L’istesso tempo Var. XIII: Agitato Intermezzo Var. XIV: Andante (come prima) Var. XV: L’istesso tempo Var. XVI: Allegro vivace Var. XVII: Meno mosso Var. XVIII: Allegro con brio Var. XIX: Più mosso. Agitato Var. XX: Più mosso Coda. Andante Vladimir Ðenader: Suite for Piano “Glamoč” Boris Papandopulo: Eight Studies for Piano I. Vivacissimo II. Tempo di Tango III. Allegro moderato IV. Allegro vivace V. Andante con moto VI. Con brio VII. Tempo di Blues VIII. Allegro moderato Director of Photography and Editor - Daewon Kim, M.F.A. DCFXE3-Pro Disklavier 9’ Concert Grand Piano Provided by Matt Perez of The Piano Gallery.
Music Teachers National Association
Piano Celebration Week: Creating Powerful Piano Community
This session will outline a summary of the partnership established between the Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Piano Area and the Corpus Christi Music Teachers Association, and the beneficiaries of this partnership. This collaboration, combined with support from students and their parents, piano store owners and others, culminated in the creation of what is dubbed “Piano Celebration Week,” bringing professionals and amateurs together in a new and exciting way, and exposing both to new concepts, knowledge and experiences. In just two short years, this unique festival has transformed the piano community of Corpus Christi and paved the path for hundreds of budding pianists in South Texas to the possibilities that serious music study can bring. Presenters will provide innovative ideas for uniting universities, independent music teachers and students to create multiple powerful piano communities around the country. Attendees will see how this model of partnership can easily be applied in other locations to achieve and experience the highest level of creative expression and bring people together in celebration of the mastery and artistry of piano performances.
Piano Celebration Week 2020 - Promotional Video
Piano Celebration Week 2020 will feature guest artists, faculty, students, and 321 precollege pianists from Texas and the United States in 11 scheduled events that run from March 27 to April 5 at the Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Performing Arts Center. The festival, which celebrates the mastery and artistry of piano performance, music participation, and collaboration, attracts visitors to Corpus Christi and brings together multiple generations to enjoy high-quality performances, lectures, and master classes. All events are free and open to the public. Events Schedule March 27: Marathon Concert, 3-9:30pm March 28: Marathon Concert, 11:30am-9:30pm March 29: Monster Concert Extravaganza, 3pm March 30: Senior Recital Alexandra Flint, 7:30pm March 31: Duo Recital S. Lim & D. Mulić, 7:30pm April 1: Discover YAMAHA, 2-3pm April 1: YAMAHA RemoteLessonTM, 3-5pm April 1: Marathon Concert, 5:30-9:30pm April 2: Master Class Edisher Savitski, 6-9pm April 3: Piano Recital Edisher Savitski, 7:30pm April 5: Young Artists Series, 10am-4pm Sangmi Lim and Dino Mulić, directors
Mother Suite, by Matthew McClung. Dino Mulic, piano.
1. Morning Invention 2. Ostinato Train Ride 3. Cubicle Rag 4. Chardonnay Nocturne These short pieces were written for my mother on her 70th birthday. From the time I was five years old, I can remember her waking up early every morning and taking a 1-hour train ride into Chicago, where she worked for an architectural firm, then a real estate firm, and then for a branch of the American Medical Association. She retired in 2013 after working for over 30 years. She loved working in downtown Chicago, and on many occasions she dragged her reluctant children with her to visit the Art Institute or the Field Museum or Marshall Fields, which was a grand old department store. Although she has more than earned her retirement and loves being at home, I knew she would miss her daily routine on some level. So I wrote this suite to remind her what her day was like, or at least how I imagined it to be. My mother is a fine amateur pianist, and these were written for her to play, but I’m not a pianist and apparently they are quite tricky. Fortunately I was able to convince my talented and accommodating colleague Dino Mulic to look at them. I had hoped to have him read them through once or twice, but he has decided to perform them in public, for which I am simultaneously grateful and terrified. The pieces are each modeled after specific composers or genres. The first, Morning Invention, is a two-part invention in the style of J. S. Bach, though it starts with a decidedly non-Baroque alarm clock. One can hear first my mother, and then my stepfather awaken and stagger around the kitchen, grunting and making coffee. Morning Ostinato is her train ride, which often began in the dark. I have taken this ride many times myself, and there is a hypnotic repetitiveness to it that is well suited to the minimalist and post-minimalist styles of Steve Reich and Phillip Glass (composers that I favor, though she decidedly does not). It begins in a semi-rural landscape, hurtles through a number of small towns, and eventually rolls into the majestic skyline of downtown Chicago. The Cubicle Rag is meant to reflect the disjointed, hectic pace of a bustling office space in the big city, in the style of Scott Joplin. My mother would want listeners to know that she had her own office, NOT a cubicle. I claim artistic license. Our day ends with the Chardonnay Nocturne. As a child, I can remember listening to her practice Chopin after I had gone to bed (and occasionally asking her to keep it down!) To this day, Chopin reminds me of being tucked into my tiny bed in my tiny room, in our little old house in a small town, the two of us ending our day with the shared pleasure of music.
Piano Celebration Week
2021 Promotional Video
PIANO CELEBRATION WEEK 2021 PROMOTIONAL VIDEO PRODUCERS Sangmi Lim and Dino Mulić Directors, Piano Celebration Week Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi DIRECTOR / DP / EDITOR / VFX / ANIMATOR Nikola Knez PERFORMING ARTS CENTER STAFF Morgan "Taylor" Myers Matt Morse Coryna Trevino Emily Cano Caleb McBroom Nestor Salamanca Carley Perez Tarionne Clay PARTICIPANTS Debra and Matt Perez Music Educators and the owners of The Piano Gallery of Corpus Christi Dr. Mary Thornton Chair, Department of Music Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Jim Moore, Director, Performing Arts Center Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Vice-Chair, Corpus Christi Arts and Cultural Commission Joyce Albrecht Wilcox President, Corpus Christi Music Teachers Association Stacie Satery, mother of four students participating in Marathon Concerts Katie Satery / 2nd grade Andrew Satery / 4th grade William Satery / 6th grade Joseph Satery / 8th grade Michael Brumit District Manager Keyboard Division Yamaha Corporation of America SPONSORS Performing Arts Center Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi The Piano Gallery Yamaha Corporation of America Corpus Christi Music Teachers Association City of Corpus Christi's Arts and Cultural Commission iFilms LLC Production 2021
Piano Celebration Week
Piano Duo Recital by Sangmi Lim & Dino Mulić
PIANO CELEBRATION WEEK March 25-31, 2021 DAY 1: OPENING CONCERT Piano Duo recital by Sangmi Lim & Dino Mulić Fantasy in F minor, Op. 103, D. 940, for piano four hands Franz Schubert (1797-1828) Allegro molto moderato Largo Allegro vivace Allegro molto moderato Latin Pieces for Piano Duet, for piano four hands John Kember (b. 1935) Tango Beguine Samba Bossa Nova Salsa Lambada Rumba Dr. Kenneth Iyescas, narration Daewon Kim, M. F. A., animation director Jazz Suite for Piano Duet, for piano four hands Mike Cornick (b. 1947) Latin Blues Swing Waltz Boogie / Latin Two Pieces for Piano, for piano four hands Mark Francis (b. 1958) A Winter Rhapsody Lights from Across the Lake Texas Premiere History of the Tango Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992) Bordel 1900 Café 1930 Night Club 1960 Modern-Day Concert YAMAHA DCFX Enspire Pro PIANO PROVIDED The Piano Gallery Yamaha Corporation of America CAMERA AND EDIT Daewon Kim, M. F. A. Assistant Professor of Media Production Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi Performing Arts Center Piano Celebration Week SPONSORS The Piano Gallery Yamaha Corporation of America Corpus Christi’s Arts & Cultural Commission Corpus Christi Music Teachers Association Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi