Business Courier: UC violinist to make Carnegie Hall debut

A sophomore violinist at the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music is set to make her debut this month at New York City’s Carnegie Hall.

Kristine Clair Uchi “KayCee” Galano will perform the complete J.S. Bach Solo Sonatas and Partitas from memory at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 12, at Weill Recital Hall.

Originally from the Philippines, Galano, 18, studies with professor Kurt Sassmannshaus, the Dorothy Richard Starling Chair in Classical Violin. Galano's performance is presented by the Starling Project Foundation Cincinnati.

"KayCee’s affinity and love of Bach’s solo works has been a source of inspiration in her young life for many years," Sassmannshaus says. "Her captivating interpretations show the rare confluence of a youthful spirit and uncommon maturity."

Read more in the Cincinnati Business Courier.

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