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Brahms' Clarinet Trio

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Brahms' Clarinet Trio

Tuesday, February 7, 2023—7:00pm

Tuesday, February 7, 2023—7:00pm
In Your Community
1 hour and 30 minutes

At Ferndale First United Methodist Church

Join us for Brahms's introspective trio written for the unusual combination of clarinet, cello, and piano. Fauré's richly melodic Piano Trio searches its way to emotional heights, finally bursting forth with joyful energy. Svante Henryson's piece for cello and clarinet was inspired by the risky exhilaration of off-trail skiing. The performance also includes the aching slow movement from Paul Schoenfield's jazzy suite.


Clarinet Trio
Café Music (Andante moderato. Rubato)
Piano Trio
Suite Off Pist


Jack Walters

Second Clarinet

Jack Walters joined the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in 2017 under the direction of Leonard Slatkin. In 2016, he was awarded the Zarin Mehta Global Academy Fellowship with the New York Philharmonic. He has also performed with the New World Symphony in Miami. In the summers of 2016 and 2017, Jack has been a festival participant at the Music Academy of the West as a recipient of the Spencer and Myra Nadler scholarship and has also attended the Texas Music Festival and Blossom Music Festival.

After completing his bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan under the tutelage of Dan Gilbert and Chad Burrow, he attended the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University studying with Richie Hawley. His other principal teachers include Craig Lawrence and Sean Osborn. Jack is a D’Addario artist and plays exclusively on Reserve Classic reeds.

David LeDoux


David LeDoux comes to the orchestra from the Syracuse Symphony, where he served as Principal Cellist from 2006-2012.

David has appeared as a soloist with the Syracuse Symphony, the Skaneatelas Festival Chamber Orchestra, the Tulsa Philharmonic, the Oklahoma State University Symphony, the Louisiana Sinfonietta and the Mid-Texas Symphony.

David is an active and avid chamber musician, performing for many years with the Syracuse Society for New Music. As a committed private teacher, he spent last year as a cello instructor for Imagine Syracuse—-a music program in an inner-city school that was modeled after the El Sistema program in Venezuela.

Previous professional engagements for David included serving as Principal Cellist with the Baton Rouge (LA) Symphony, the Mississippi Gulf Coast Symphony and the Louisiana Sinfonietta.

David has studied with Ronald Leonard, Dennis Parker and Kari Padgett Caldwell. Currently a resident of Madison Heights, David’s hobbies include reading, running and movies.

Jee-Won Oh


Born in Seoul, Korea, Jee-Won Oh has performed internationally as soloist and chamber musician, having performed in Austria, France, Germany, Switzerland, the Far East, South America and throughout the United States. Her concert schedules have taken her to musical centers worldwide including solo and chamber music performances at the Salle Gaveau in Paris, Schleswig-Holstein Festival, Salzburg Mozarteum, de Doelen in Rotterdam, Belgrade Philharmonic Hall, Sala Cecília Meireles in Rio de Janeiro and at Kumho Art Hall in Seoul.

In the United States, Oh has appeared on the Great Performer’s Series at Lincoln Center, Ravinia’s Rising Stars Series, at the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, Merkin Hall, Barge Music, National Gallery of Art and Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. She has performed in the cities of Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, San Jose, San Diego, St. Paul and Washington, DC. Oh has also appeared in numerous music festivals including the Ernen Musikdorf in Switzerland, San Luis Obispo Mozart Festival, Park City International Music Festival, Sitka Music Festival and Mammoth Lakes Music Festival.

Oh regularly collaborated with cellist Mark Kosower and appeared in concert with him worldwide. They also recorded works by Richard Strauss, Max Reger and Eberhard Klemmstein in Germany for the Ambitus label which was released in spring 2018. Oh can also be heard on two albums for Naxos including the complete works of Alberto Ginastera for cello and piano and a recording of Hungarian music.

Oh was the studio pianist and assistant to the famed cellist Janos Starker for five years and was an associate instructor of piano at Indiana University from 1994-98. She also received her master’s degree in piano performance from Indiana University where she studied with György Sebök and Shigeo Neriki. Oh received her bachelor’s degree from Han Yang University in Seoul where she was the recipient of a Young Chang Piano Foundation scholarship.



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