Skip to Main Content
Sign In
  • Triumphant Return: Pianist Asiya Korepanova
    Nov. 9th, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
    Gore Recital Hall

    Russian virtuoso pianist, transcriber, and visual artist Asiya Korepanova will perform a demanding program of Liszt, Chopin, Bach and Beethoven.  As an accomplished visual artist herself, the recital will also feature her own paintings as visual elements of her interpretation of Modest Mussorgsky’s masterpiece, “Pictures at an Exhibition”. Read more about the performance

     
  • An Offbeat Holiday: The Donald Sinta Quartet
    Dec. 7th, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
    Gore Recital Hall

    ​Hot off the heels of their first album release entitled “Collider,” the Donald Sinta Quartet, First Prize Winner of the Concert Artists Guild Competition in New York City, has earned praise from audiences and critics alike for their virtuosic performances, compelling recordings and distinctive repertoire. Read more about the performance

     
  • iMusic 12: Shanghai Sonatas - A Chamber Music Play
    Feb. 15th, 3:00 PM to 5:30 PM
    Mitchell Hall

    ​This year’s entry in the iMusic series will celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Allied victory over the Axis powers in World War II with the world premiere of the chamber music play, Shanghai Sonatas. Combining musical theater, live classical music, and visual art, Shanghai Sonatas is a pioneering new musical conceptualized, produced and composed by Xiang Gao. Read more about the performance

     
  • iMusic 12: Shanghai Sonatas - A Chamber Music Play
    Feb. 16th, 3:00 PM to 5:30 PM
    Mitchell Hall

    ​This year’s entry in the iMusic series will celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Allied victory over the Axis powers in World War II with the world premiere of the chamber music play, Shanghai Sonatas. Combining musical theater, live classical music, and visual art, Shanghai Sonatas is a pioneering new musical conceptualized, produced and composed by Xiang Gao. Read more about the performance

     
  • Master Players Festival 2019
    July 24 - August 5, 2019

    ​​Young orchestral musicians, pianists, vocalists, conductors, and music theorists will work with some of the most prominent professional musicians of our time, watch them perform, and even share the stage with some of them. Participants will be able to network with many leading music professors from major institutions. In addition, participants will learn from these aspiring professionals during private lessons, chamber music coachings, and orchestral studies.

CONNECT WITH US
  • Master Players Concert Series
  • 100 Orchard Road
  • Department of Music
  • University of Delaware
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • Phone: 302-831-3149
  • masterplayers@udel.edu
  • CMA Logo
  • IGS Logo