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21 Conservatory Students Join Harpist Yolanda Kondonassis on a Recording That Helps the Environment Yolanda Kondonassis, Assistant Professor of Harp at the Conservatory, is one of the most recorded harpists in the world. She is also a dedicated environmentalist. She has combined her commitment to raising awareness of the threat of global warming with her passion for music and her joy in working with young musicians on her newest recording for Telarc, Air. A portion of the royalties from the sale of Air is being donated to the Environmental Defense Fund. In December 2008, Air one of the best classical music instrumental recordings of 2008. Kondonassis invited Conservatory students to participate in the recording, which features the music of Claude Debussy (Danses sacr et profane for Harp and String Orchestra, Syrinx for Solo Flute, and Sonata for Flute, Viola, and Harp) and Toru Takemitsu (And Then I Knew Wind for Flute, Viola, and Harp; Air for Solo Flute; and Toward the Sea II for Alto Flute, Harp, and String Orchestra). Performing on the album is the string orchestra Oberlin 21, an ensemble of Conservatory students conducted by Bridget Michaele Reischl, Music Director of the Oberlin Orchestras. Also featured on the recording is Joshua Smith, principal flute of the Cleveland Orchestra, and Cynthia Phelps, principal viola of the New York Philharmonic. The disc was recorded with the support and sponsorship of the Conservatory in Oberlin Warner Concert Hall in January 2008. Kondonassis and the Conservatory are pleased to donate a portion of their royalties from the sale of Air to the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). wanted to contribute to an organization that had been in existence for some time that understood, and had experience championing, the most critical challenges facing the earth well being, says Kondonassis. also wanted an organization that had a broad and balanced focus. I found that in the Environmental Defense Fund. The affiliation of Oberlin Trustee Karen Florini with the EDF made the alliance even more compelling. It just felt like the right choice. Florini is a senior attorney with the EDF. She notes that her choice to record Debussy and Takemitsu was motivated in part by the great inspiration both composers took from the earth. According to Kondonassis, they that inspiration into an impressionist fusion that continues to touch listeners today. This is not the first time that non profit environmental organizations have benefited from Kondonassis philanthropy; royalties from her 2000 release for Telarc, Music of Hohvaness, support the Rainforest Alliance. Oberlin College consistently appears on national short lists of environmentally responsible campuses. The Kaplan College Guide 2009, published by Newsweek, named Oberlin one of the nation top 25 most environmentally responsible schools, and Oberlin is one of only 15 colleges and universities to achieve the highest grade, on the Sustainable Endowments Institute 2009 College Sustainability Report Card. Oberlin is also one of the ten Schools in Sierra Magazine annual Green College Guide. Hailed by the New York Times for her playing and musicianly energy, Kondonassis has appeared all over the world as a concerto soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician. Equally powerful as a teacher, she has guided her Oberlin students to success in many prestigious competitions, including the American Harp Society National Competition, the American String Teachers Association National Solo Competition, and the WAMSO Young Artist Competition. Kondonassis recently told International Musician magazine: helps my playing, which helps my recording, performing, and writing books, so it doesn feel like I have nine jobs, rather, it one really interesting, diverse job. the experience of working with Oberlin 21 on the recording of Air, Kondonassis says: was an absolute pleasure. The ensemble exuberance and passion added a very special quality to this recording and I believe it is very audible in the final result. The future of classical music is safe with talent like this waiting in the wings. the walls of her teaching studio, Kondonassis next collaboration with Oberlin students will be a performance of Bright Sheng harp concerto Never Far Away, the composer first concerto for harp and orchestra. Composed for Kondonasssis, the concerto is underwritten by the San Diego Symphony, the Dallas Symphony, the Grand Rapids Symphony, and the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. Kondonassis, performing with the San Diego Symphony under the baton of Jahja Ling, will present the world premiere of Never Far Away at Copley Symphony Hall in San Diego on October 24, 2008. Since making her debut at age 18 with the New York Philharmonic and Zubin Mehta, she has appeared as soloist with such major orchestras as the Cleveland Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra, Detroit Symphony, New York Chamber Symphony, Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra, Houston Symphony, Phoenix Symphony, Buffalo Philharmonic, New World Symphony, Florida Orchestra and Hong Kong Philharmonic, to name a few. Other solo appearances include engagements at Lincoln Center, the 92nd Street Y and Taiwan National Concert Hall. As a Telarc recording artist, praised by Gramophone magazine for the colour, and rhythmic vitality of [her] playing, Kondonassis has won universal critical acclaim for her 13 discs, which include much of the standard repertoire, as well as her own transcriptions and compositions for harp. With more than 100,000 albums sold worldwide, her latest recording, Salzedo Harp: Music of Carlos Salzedo was released in 2007. Considered one of the world preeminent performers of the works of Carlos Salzedo, Kondonassis presents an authentic and exciting glimpse of Salzedo genius in this new collection. A devoted chamber musician, Kondonassis has performed at the Marlboro, Spoleto, Tanglewood, Vail, Bay Chamber, Strings in the Mountains, Innsbrook, and Mainly Mozart Festivals. She has collaborated with members of the Alban Berg, Guarneri, Shanghai, and Vermeer string quartets. She also appears regularly in concert with the Rossetti String Quartet, violinist Chee Yun, and flutist and CBS commentator Eugenia Zukerman. About Oberlin 21 Oberlin 21 is comprised of an exceptional group of young artists at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, all of whom share a respect for the art and sensibility of chamber music making in every ensemble setting, large or small. In keeping with the mission of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Oberlin 21 is devoted to creating music of the highest quality, showcasing extraordinary talent, and exploring new musical landscapes. The ensemble was founded in 2008.

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