Holritz And Lee To Present Faculty Recital Tuesday

Friday, November 1, 2019
ChoEun Lee
ChoEun Lee

Lee University’s ChoEun Lee, piano, along with Josh Holritz, violin, will perform a recital on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Squires Recital Hall, located in Lee’s Humanities Center.

This recital will conclude Mr. Holritz and Dr. Lee’s journey of the Complete Beethoven Sonatas for Violin and Piano with their fourth and final performance of the series. The program will feature the “Kreutzer” sonata.

Noted for his “particularly outstanding” playing, Mr. Holritz is a violinist and violist who has performed as soloist, orchestral, and chamber musician in Africa, Asia, Europe, and in more than 20 states around the continental United States.

Mr. Holritz is currently the associate concertmaster of the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera. He has been a member of the Glens Falls Symphony, Greensboro Symphony, and served as concertmaster for the Buffalo Community Orchestra. He has performed with the Vienna Radio Orchestra and New World Symphony and currently substitutes with the Charleston Symphony and Atlanta Symphony orchestras.

An avid chamber musician, Mr. Holritz was a founding member of the Emmaus Quartet which gave over 100 performances in the Southeast between 2004-2006. He currently maintains a busy performance schedule with Schaafritz, a duo with his wife Kristen Holritz, principal flutist with CSO. Additionally, he performs weekly with the CSO String Quintet in an effort to bring classical music to local schools and the greater Chattanooga community.

Mr. Holritz serves as adjunct instructor of violin for UTC and adjunct professor at Covenant College where he teaches violin, viola, and chamber music.

Dr. Lee, assistant professor of collaborative piano and vocal coaching at Lee University, has extensive collaborative experiences in vocal and chamber music repertoires and has given numerous performances in major venues such as Carnegie Hall in New York City, Ozawa Hall in Tanglewood Music Center, and Harris Concert Hall in Aspen Music Festival.

Dr. Lee was named a recipient of the Grace B. Jackson Prize and has been invited multiple times as a repetitor to American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz. She has also given numerous masterclasses and presentations at universities and associations and recently premiered a co-commissioned piece by Lori Laitman in the National Opera Center in New York City.

Dr. Lee has worked in recitals and masterclasses with renowned musicians such as Stephanie Blythe, Phyllis Curtin, Dawn Upshaw, Martin Katz, and Anne Sofie von Otter.

The Tuesday evening recital is free, non-ticketed, and open to the public.

For more information about the concert, contact the School of Music at 614-8240 or by email at music@leeuniversity.edu.

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