Date & Time
Sunday, February 22, 2015 - 5:30pm
Engelman Recital Hall
Baruch Performing Arts Center
55 Lexington Avenue
(entrance on E. 25th Street)
New York, New York
Katherine Fink, flute
Elizabeth DiFelice, piano
David Byrd-Marrow, french horn
Barcarola and Scherzo for flute and piano
In Praise of Nyack for solo flute
Jogging to Chocolate
Introduction and Highlandville Dance
Odyssey for piano and flute
Ballade, Pastorale and Dance for flute, horn and piano
Katherine Fink's appearance is made possible in part by the William S. Haynes Company.
Alfredo Casella (1883-1947)
Bevan Manson (b. 1955)
Philip Wharton (b. 1969)
Joseph Turrin (b. 1947)
Bob James (b. 1939)
Eric Ewazen (b. 1954)
Admission: Free to NYFC members, $25 for non-members, $15 for students and seniors (65+)
at the door.
Program subject to change.
Katherine Fink has a diverse career as a soloist, orchestral and chamber musician. As member of the Grammy nominated Borealis Wind Quintet, Fink tours the United States giving concerts, masterclasses and lectures. She is principal flute and soloist with the Queens Symphony and the New York Pops and has been principal flute of the Brooklyn Philharmonic, EOS, Philharmonia Virtuosi, Dance Theater of Harlem orchestra, the Hong Kong Philharmonic and was a long time associate musician with the Metropolitan Opera orchestra. Ms. Fink is on the faculty of New Jersey City University and CUNY York College, has taught orchestral studies at the Verbier Festival in Switzerland and is an official Haynes Flute Artist.
Fink is prominent on recordings with the Borealis Wind Quintet, the New York Pops, the Brooklyn Philharmonic, and the Metropolitan Opera HD broadcasts. She is a featured soloist on the CD “Reel Life” (music of film composers) and has recorded the complete solo flute works of Robert Baksa. She has recorded many major film scores and television commercials and is the flutist in Broadway’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella”. She was also in the orchestra for the long running production “Beauty and the Beast,” also for “Porgy and Bess” and “Ragtime”.
Read Jeanne Wilson's February 2015 NYFC Newsletter interview here.