WCM Crossings Remembered – works that cross between nostalgia, illusion and memory
Saturday, July 26th, 2014 at 8:00PM
Judith Pearce, flute; Nurit Pacht, violin; Caroline Stinson, cello; Tannis
Gibson, piano & Andrew Waggoner
Pre-Concert Talk at 7:00PM; Gala Reception to follow
Summer for clarinet, violin, cello and piano (2012) by Andrew
Waggoner; For an Actor for solo clarinet (1978) and Mirage for flute,
clarinet, violin, cello and piano by Shulamit Ran;
Sonate pour violon et violoncello of Maurice Ravel;
Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor, Op. 66 of Mendelssohn
Eddie Adams Barn, Jeffersonville, NY
Open End Ensemble returns to Denmark to take part in this wonderful summer festival.
Performance Today features Yousif Sheronick and the Lark Quartet's November 2013 performance of Sapo Perapaskero's Turceasca on their Friday, May 30th show.
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The Lark Quartet's latest release Composing America has received a series of glowing reviews including a fabulous mention in Gramophone Magazine which described the record as "Impressive, Breathtaking" and "Brilliant". Laurence Vitte went on to say:
"The recording's three-dimensional reality, captured at SUNY Purchase's Performing Arts Center, sounds so magnificent that the whole musical experience actually matches the florid imagination of Andrew Waggoner's booklet-note."
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Visit the Lark Quartet website to purchase Composing America
Ensemble Meme's latest release Gabriela Lena Frank: Compadrazgo released by Albany Records has been named the Q2 Album of Week.
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"The SSO's principal cellist Caroline Stinson was soloist in the Schumann "Cello Concerto." This is a haunted piece of music, and Stinson's performance reflected insights into musical juxtapositions and collisions in this work that many performances seek to tame and normalize. Her playing in the second movement serenade was beautiful and the ensemble created with cellist Robert Burkhart (who was principal in this performance) was stunning. " Jeffrey Johnson, Stamford Advocate.
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