Viola Masterclass with Jay Liu
1:00 pm @ Union Presbyterian Church
Yun Jie “Jay” Liu, Associate Principal violist of the San Francisco Symphony, a master performer and master teacher, will lead a masterclass with GSYO symphony viola players. Following the performances, there will be a short Q & A session.
Featured soloists: Ethan Solomon, Alan Wang, and Hanna Pan
This event has a suggested donation of $15. Tickets for the in-person event must be purchased in advance and downloaded or printed prior to arrival (to scan for entry). For those who would prefer to watch from home, tickets (virtual) are available for the Live Stream, hosted on Zoom through Eventbrite.
Yun Jie Liu is Associate Principal Viola of the San Francisco Symphony. Born in Shanghai, he began his violin studies with his father. He entered the middle school of the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, and was named assistant professor of viola upon graduation. In 1990, he was invited by Mstislav Rostropovich to join the National Symphony in Washington DC. Mr. Liu regularly gives chamber music concerts and solo recitals in venues in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Washington DC, Shanghai, and Hong Kong. Yun Jie Liu joined the San Francisco Symphony in 1993. He currently serves on the faculty at the San Francisco Conservatory.
COVID-19 SAFETY POLICY
In keeping with Santa Clara County guidelines, face coverings, regardless of vaccination status are required while indoors. Additionally, all attendees age 12 and over must show proof of full vaccination to enter the venue*.
Valid forms for proof of vaccination include one of the following:
A CDC vaccination card or similar documentation issued by another foreign governmental jurisdiction;
A photo of a vaccination card as a separate document, or stored on a phone or electronic device;
Documentation of vaccination from a healthcare provider;
A personal digital COVID-19 vaccine record with a QR code that scans to display name, date of birth, vaccine dates and vaccine type.
*Attendees under the age of 12 are exempt from vaccination requirement.