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August 31, 2013

Manila Chamber Orchestra Foundation's Young Artists' Series 2013

The Manila Chamber Orchestra Foundation's "Young Artists' Series 2013" opens with the performance of the 16-year old violinist and prize winner of the National Music Competition for Young Artists, Maria Jelina Llorin Oliva with collaborating pianist, Mary Anne Espina on September 5, 2013 at 7:00p.m. at the Ayala Museum, Makati Ave. cor. de la Rosa St., Makati City.

Repertoire includes: Beethoven's elegant "Spring Sonata", Sarasate's fiery "Introduction and ;Tarantella"and Saint-Saens' fiendish"Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso" to name a few.
Under the tutelage of violinist Gina Medina, Jeline won the first prize in the 2011 National Music Competition for Young Artists that gave her a chance to perform with the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Olivier Ochanine.    A native of Bicol, Jeline comes from a family of musicians. Her formal training started at the age of 13 at the St. Scholastica's College of Music under the scholarship of Philippine Research Development for Instrumental Soloists (PREDIS) program and later became the concert master of PREDIS Chamber Orchestra.

She was invited by the Manila Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Prof. Arturo Molina to be one of the soloists in its outreach concerts. She was also one of the soloists during the National Orchestra Festival at the Cultural Center Philippines, and has performed at the FILFEST in Alabang, Philamlife Life Auditorium and Concert at the Park. Most recently, she was invited to perform in a tribute to the violin virtuoso, Carmencita Lozada.
Currently a fourth year high school student of St. Anthony School in Singalong, Manila, Jeline wants to pursue music and hopes to study abroad if given the opportunity. She dreams of bringing pride to our country. 

The "MCOF Young Artists' Series" is one of Manila Chamber Orchestra Foundation (MCOF)’ core programs. The MCOF, established in 1985, has a mission of promoting classical music. Every year the MCO Foundation selects four (4) of the most promising young artists, who are given the endorsement, performance opportunities, and exposure to a wider public. Oftentimes, the recitals of young artists under the MCOF aegis have become the artists’ official debut as performers.

This concert marks Jeline Llorin Oliva's first major solo concert. The next performers of the series will be: Ivan Niccolo Nery, tenor, on September 19. He is a winner of both the NAMCYA and the Jovita Fuentes Vocal Competitions Myramae Meneses, soprano on October 2. She is a 2012 Aliw Award Nominee for Best Actress in a musical. Ending the series will be Matthew Calderon, pianist on October 16. He is 15 years old, and the sole 2nd prize winner of the first Mozart International in Thailand.

Contact Details:
For tickets, please call MCO Secretariat at 963 2) 750-0768, (63 920) 954-0053, TicketWorld at (63 2) 891-9999 and COEA at (63 2) 782-7164 or (63 918) 347-3027.
Ayala Museum
Greenbelt Park

Greenbelt, Greenbelt Park, Ayala Center
Ayala Center
Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines

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