Cecil Lytle to perform Beethoven at 17th Annual Scholarship Concert Jan. 27

Angela Fang, a freshman at the University of California, San Diego, envisions her future as a Supreme Court Justice, making landmark decisions that will benefit society. “I’d like to become someone who leaves an impact that will last beyond my lifetime,” said Fang.

Fang is one of several graduates of The Preuss School UCSD who have received the Lytle Memorial Scholarship to help support them while attending Thurgood Marshall College at UC San Diego. On Sunday, Jan. 27, the campus and local community will have the opportunity to come together to support these scholarships for outstanding students like Fang in what has become a beloved campus tradition: the Lytle Scholarship Concert. UC San Diego professor emeritus of music and world-renowned pianist, Cecil Lytle, will perform two late piano sonatas by the legendary composer Ludwig van Beethoven: Sonata #29, Opus 106 (“Das Hammerklavier”) and Sonata #32 in C Minor, Opus 111, at UC San Diego’s Conrad Prebys Music Hall.

Tickets for the 17th annual Lytle Memorial Scholarship Concert on Jan. 27 are $50. Student tickets are $10; students from all schools are welcome. For tickets and further information, call (858) 534-1507 or visit rels.ucsd.edu.

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1 Comment for “Cecil Lytle to perform Beethoven at 17th Annual Scholarship Concert Jan. 27”

  1. I went to this when I was in San Diego – stunning performance.

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