Around the World
Monday, February 3, 2019 • 7:30 P.M.
Richard E. Wildish Community Theater • 630 Main Street • Springfield, Oregon
Quartet No. 4 in C-Major
A Night Piece & Scherzo for Flute & String Quartet
Flute Quartet No. 1 in D Major K. 285
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Impresiones de la Puna
Jacqueline Cordova-Arrington, flute
Building a versatile career as a professional flutist and educator, Jacqueline is committed to collaborating with distinguished artists, citizens, and thinkers to create inspiring and culturally unifying experiences on the stage, in communities and in the classroom. She serves as professor of flute at the University of Oregon and is a member of the University of Oregon Woodwind Quintet. As a former member of Carnegie Hall’s chamber music collective, Ensemble Connect, Jacqueline collaborated with colleagues in performances at the Weill, Trinity, Subculture, and National Sawdust Concert Series. In contrast to the ensemble’s more traditional performances, Jacqueline has experience leading interactive performances in various community spaces including public schools, correctional facilities, and centers for adults with developmental disabilities. Jacqueline is currently an affiliate member of the New York- based ensemble, Decoda, a chamber music collective that takes performances and teaching artistry projects to partners around the world.
Victoria Wolff, cello
Victoria began her cello studies at age eight in Los Angeles, California. In high school she attended Interlochen Arts Academy and went on to get her bachelor’s degree from The Juilliard School and her doctorate from the University of Texas at Austin. Victoria taught privately in Austin for almost 20 years, with University of Texas String Project, as a chamber music coach and directed her own cello ensemble, The Wolff Tones. She performed regularly with the Austin Symphony as well as many groups both classical and non-classical.