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Fallbrook Music Society presents top clarinetist

 

Last updated 3/23/2018 at 1:39am

The Fallbrook Music Society presents internationally-acclaimed clarinetist Peter Dayeh in concert March 25 at the library. Courtesy photo

FALLBROOK – Continuing its successful Classical Sundays format, Fallbrook Music Society presents renowned Peter Dayeh, an active orchestral and chamber musician, as well as recitalist Sunday, March 25, in the community room of the Fallbrook Public Library. The concert is free to the general public and begins 3 p.m. No tickets are required.

Dayeh is currently second clarinet with the Santa Cruz Symphony and appears frequently with the San Diego Symphony.

"Fallbrook Music Society brings an array of talented young musicians to our community, and Peter is no exception," Ann Murray, executive director of Fallbrook Music Society, said. "He is gifted in terms of technique and musicality, and people will find him especially personable and engaging. This concert will be exceptional."

A program preview begins 2:30 p.m.

Dayeh is a native of San Diego and holds a bachelor's degree in clarinet performance from San Diego State University and a master's degree in clarinet performance from Arizona State University's Herberger Institute of the Arts.

Before joining the Santa Cruz Symphony, Dayeh was principal clarinet with the San Diego City Ballet Orchestra. In addition to his busy performance schedule, he devotes his time to teaching the clarinet. Dayeh's students have held top positions in youth orchestras, as well as All-State and All-Southern Honor Bands, as well as having received branch honors at Music Teachers' Association of California Certificate of Merit evaluations. Past students have attended institutions such as California Institute of the Arts, University of California Los Angeles and University of California Berkeley.

"What makes this concert equally special is Peter's devotion to music education," Murray said. "I hope parents and music students will come and interact with Peter. He has a lot of great knowledge and experiences to share."

The concert repertoire features a diverse collection of both early and more contemporary classical works from a wide range of composers including Joseph Horovitz, Alec Templeton, Paul Reade and Guiseppe Tartini. Accompanying Dayeh on piano will be Nicolas Reveles. More information is available through the Fallbrook Music Society website, http://www.FallbrookMusicSociety.org.

 

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