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Sunday, June 23, 5 PM

Concert Artist
Guild Showcase
Mischa Bouvier, baritone

Jay Campbell, cello
Daria Rabotkina, piano

This international competition has launched the careers of countless major artists over the past 50 years. Today’s program features recent winners of the competition in a special Russian-American program.


Praised by San Francisco Classical Voice for his “immensely sympathetic, soulful voice,” Mischa is known for his tremendous communication skills and musicality. In 2012, Bouvier performed his New York City debut at Weill Hall at Carnegie. This past season has included performances with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood, the Carmel Bach Festival, as well as many others.

“Rich timbre and a fine sense of line.”
The New York Times

“[Bouvier] possesses a powerful bass voice, its dark colors strongly projected throughout the entire range, which he uses
with intelligence and commitment.”
Pittsburgh Tribune Review

With Yegor Shevtsov, piano






Hailed as an “astonishing cellist” (Seen and Heard International) and for his performances which “conveyed every nuance” (The New York Times), Jay Campbell has earned awards from BMI and ASCAO Foundations which led to collaborations with such artists as Elliott Carter and Pierre Boulez to members of Radiohead. Recently, he performed as soloist in his New York Philharmonic debut, as well as collaborated with members of both the Takacs and Kronos quartets.

“…subtle power and rich tone.”
The New York Times

With Jacob Greenberg, piano




Winner of the 2007 Concert Artists Guild International Competition, pianist Daria Rabotkina’s early career began with solo appearances with the San Francisco and New World symphonies under the baton of Michael Tilson Thomas. She has also earned both Bachelor’s and Master’s of Music degrees from Mannes College of Music where she studied with Vladimir Fletsman and is completing her doctorate from the Eastman School of Music.

“…a display of breakneck piano virtuosity…”
San Francisco Chronicle

“…a pianist full of fire and warmth.”
The Plain Dealer





PAUL BOWLES: Blue Mountain Ballads

RACHMANINOFF: Selected songs
In the Silence of the Secret Night
I was with Her

IVES: Selected songs
The Circus Band
Tom Sails Away
The Cage
Memories (a. Very Pleasant b. Rather Sad)

WUORINEN: An Orbicle of Jasp for cello and piano

STRAVINSKY: Suite Italienne- Minuet and Finale

PROKOFIEV: Romeo and Juliet Suite for solo piano, Op. 75




Program Notes


Tickets: $58, $48, $39

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