Oboist Naomi Ozawa of Torrance with flutist Weilie Kang will present French, Impressionism, contemporary, and Jazz music at First Presbyterian Church, 731 South Averill Ave, San Pedro, CA 90732 on Sunday, Oct. 27 at 4:30 pm.
Suggested donations are $10 for over 5 years old, and $5 for under 4 years old. For more information, contact Naomi Ozawa at (310) 291-2646 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ibert Flute Concerto
Godard, Allegretto, and Valse
Peter Seabourne, Capricious cold from Soaring
Theodore Lalliet, Prelude and Variations on the Carnival of Venice. op.20
Eigene Bozza , Fantasie Pastralle
Oboist, English Hornist, Naomi Ishikawa-Ozawa, a native of Japan, is an active chamber, solo, and orchestral musician.
She holds a Bachelor degree from the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, as well as a Master degree and a professional studies degree from Mannes College of Music, located in New York City.
She has performed with many well renowned orchestras including the New York Symphonic Ensemble, New England Symphonic Ensemble at Carnegie Hall, and The Bronx Opera Company.
Naomi is also a pianist and a new starting composer. She is an active music teacher in South Bay area and had performed regularly.
Weili Kang, flutist, is an active solo, chamber, orchestral musician and a local music teacher grew up from Taipei, Taiwan, and came to U.S. to finish her both Bachelor Degree of Music and Master Degree of Music at California State University of Northridge studied with Principal flutist of Los Angeles Chamber Music Orchestra David Shostac.