ISCM joins the NY PHIL BIENNIAL to present a New York Premiere by Huck Hodge
, a U.S. Premiere by Felipe Lara
, and works by Pulitzer Prize–winning composers Charles Wuorinen
and Paul Moravec
. Louis Karchin, conductor; Anne-Marie McDermott, piano
Miller Theatre at Columbia University, 2960 Broadway, New York, NY 10027
Caroline performs David Wilde's The Cellist of Sarajevo
for solo cello and Smetana's Piano Trio
with violinist Gil Morgenstern and pianist J. Y. Song.
An Appalachian Summer Festival, Rosen Concert Hall, Boone, NC
Weekend of Chamber Music is delighted to present the Upstate Equinox at the Tenri Cultural Institute on March 25th at 7:30pm. This event allows WCM to bring its unique concert format to New York City for the first time. The program will include Beethoven, String Trio in D Major, Op. 9, James Primosch, Oboe Quartet, Improvisations (free improvisation; centered on violin and cello, performed by Waggoner and Stinson), J.S. Bach, Chorale Prelude on Nun kom der heiden Heiland, and Andrew Waggoner, Down/Up.
The recital features: Peggy Pearson, oboe; Ari Streisfeld, violin; Kathryn Lockwood, viola; Caroline Stinson, cello and Andrew Waggoner, violin
In the wake of the tragic loss of composer Steven Stucky, Caroline will contribute to a concert celebrating his music, his influences and those influenced by him, at National Sawdust. She will perform the Grave of Lutoslawski, Stucky's Dialoghi for solo cello, and Harold Meltzer's Silas Marner Songs.
The performance will take place on Wednesday, March 2nd at 7:00pm.
Caroline is delighted to share her performance of David Popper's Hungarian Rhapsody. The video was filmed on October 10th, 2015 at the University of Alberta during a memorial concert for Tanya Prochazka. It was such a special occassion and Caroline was honored to be a part of this very special evening.
watch on YouTube...