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Upcoming Concerts

Ensemble Accroche Note: Japanese Music from Contemporary to Traditional
January 22nd, 2018
Takemitsu: Quatrain II for clarinet, violin, cello and piano (1977); Traditionnel: Jongara-bushi for shamisen; Sanae Ishida: Poèmes Enchaînés for soprano, clarinet, cello, percussion and piano (2016) – Commande de l'Etat Français; Unkown Japanese Composer: Ya-Hun for 5 timbales; Chiharu Wakabayashi: Ten Kei for soprano and piano (2000); Traditionnel: Sakura-Sakura for shamisen; Ivan Fedele: Haru Haiku for soprano, clarinet, cello and percussion (2016).

Ensemble Accroche Note
Françoise Kubler, soprano; Armand Angster, clarinet; Thomas Gautier, violin: Caroline Stinson et Christophe Beau, cello; Wilhem Latchoumia, piano; Sylvie Reynaert, percussion; Emmanuel Séjourné, percussion and direction.

Hideaki Tsuji, shamisen

Classe de percussions de l'Académie Supérieure
Mélanie Gaudin, Johann Peterschmitt, Pit Dahm, Victor Lodéon et Marin Miura : timbales.

Conservatoire – Cité de la Musique et de la Danse, Strasbourg, 1 place Dauphine, F – 67076 Strasbourg

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Principal Cello: Stamford Symphony
Saturday and Sunday, February 24th at 8:00PM and 25th at 3:00PM, 2018
Brahms, Copland & Saint-Saëns
Guest Conductor: David Lockington
Copland: Music for the Theatre; Saint-Saëns: Cello Concerto No. 1 in A minor with Joshua Roman, cello; Popper: Hungarian Rhapsody for Cello and Orchestra with Joshua Roman, cello; Haydn: Symphony No. 22 in E-flat Major; Brahms: Haydn Variations; Lockington: Ceremonial Fantasy Fanfare
Palace Theatre, Stamford, CT
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Carol Wincenc and Friends performed selections from Bach's G Major Trio Sonata and Georg Philipp Telemann's Tafelmusik at Marble Collegiate Church on Sunday December 3rd.

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Lark had a wonderful time with the Princeton Symphony and recieved some fabulous reviews of their performance.

"The Quartet played with uniform intensity and solid communication among the players."

Town Topics - Nancy Plum

"The Lark Quartet was like a foursome of soloists, all four women playing furiously, but also listening to each other closely, balancing their individual voices with the needs of the ensemble."

US1 - Susan Van Dongen

Caroline is honored to be able to share a portion of the performance, Schumann's Three Fantasy Pieces, from last year's moving performance in honor of Tanya Prochazka. It was such a heartful tribute to this formidible artist.


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