Recital - Juan Riveros & Danny Jordan
01 Mar 00:00
Recital - Harpist Juan Riveros and violist Danny Jordan collaborate together with a transcription of Schubert's Arpeggione Sonata, as well as showcase some of the core staples of their respective repertoire. Works by Fauré, Damase, Bach, and Schubert. Artist Bios: Violist Danny Jordan is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Viola Performance at the Cleveland Institute of Music under the tutelage of Mark Jackobs. Prior to beginning their studies in Cleveland, Jordan received a Bachelor’s Degree in Viola Performance, graduating Summa Cum Laude, from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. Their past accolades include a finalist position in the 2019-2020 Meadows School of the Arts Concerto Competition, Two-Time Orchestral Fellow at the Texas Music Festival, and performances as principal viola at Winspear Opera House in Dallas, TX. Orchestral experience includes performances with the San Angelo Symphony Orchestra, Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra, and Texas Music Festival Symphony Orchestra, while Chamber Music experience includes performances with Dallas String Quartet, Bishop String Quartet, and Amaiera Quartet. Jordan is extremely passionate about classical music education, having taught both privately and in group settings throughout their career. Jordan currently performs on a viola made in Seattle, WA in 1999 by Alan and Sarah Balmforth. Harpist Juan Riveros is a current student of Yolanda Kondonassis at the Cleveland Institute of Music, pursuing an undergraduate degree in Harp Performance and Music Theory. Accolades include a YoungArts Merit Award in Classical Music/Harp, Honorable Mention at the 2019 Lyon and Healy Awards, Third Place in the Young Professional Division of the 2019 American Harp Society National Competition, Competition Participant in the 2019 USA International Harp Competition, Grand Prize Winner of the 2020 Lewisville Lake International Concerto Competition, a Winner of the 2020 Anne Adams Awards Competition, and the Texas Young Master Award. Juan holds a HS diploma from the Interlochen Arts Academy, where he studied under the instruction of Joan Raeburn Holland. His orchestral experience includes performances with the Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra and Band, the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America, the Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra, the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra, and the Round Top Festival Orchestra. Mr. Riveros’ first publication, “Concert Fantasy on Pajaro Campana”, is available for purchase from Lyon and Healy.