On Thursday were Ji Young Lim, Yoo Jin Jang performing Mozart Violin Concerto no. 4 in D major and Dami Kim performing Concerto no. 5 in A major. Hearing the Concerto no. 4 twice in a row gave the listener the ability to hear distinctions between the two performers just like the previous night.
|Tessa Lark performing Mozart Concert no. 5 in A major with ECCO|
|Jinjoo Cho performing Mozart Concert no. 5 in A major with ECCO|
|Ji Yoon Lee performing Mozart Concert no. 5 in A major with ECCO|
|Ji Young Lim performing Mozart Concert no. 4 in D major with ECCO|
|Yoo Jin Jang performing Mozart Concert no. 4 in D major with ECCO|
|Dami Kim performing Mozart Concert no. 5 in A major with ECCO|
Each of the Finalists practiced diligently with the East Coast Chamber Orchestra (ECCO) before it was their time to take the stage. These chamber musicians sounded wonderful and from the performance, seemed to draw from the performer's power and energy. Their sound accentuated that of the Finalists in a beautiful way, with each performance having slight differences than the next.
ECCO is a conductor-less chamber orchestra, which is a first for the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis. IVCI has had numerous chamber orchestras featured in the Classical and Romantic rounds including the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra and Ronen Chamber Ensemble. However, as a conductor-less orchestra, this poses more challenges for the 2014 Finalists than in previous years.
Tonight we will hear from Tessa, Jinjoo, and Ji Yoon once more as they play Walton, Korngold and Tchaikovsky respectively.
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