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Jan. 14 at 3:30pm
Sponsored by The Johns Hopkins University
Exhibiting “artistry of the highest calibre” and “dazzling technique,” the Philadelphia Brass is a highly respected and critically acclaimed ensemble. Please join us for a program in which the quintet will be sure to present an appealing diversity of repertoire, technical virtuosity, and superb musicality.
Alon Goldstein, piano
Feb. 11 at 3:30pm
Sponsored by Stephen Boesel
Admired for his “musical intelligence and dynamic personality,” pianist Alon Goldstein’s artistic vision and innovative programming place him in high demand both nationally and internationally. In his first performance with us, Goldstein was incredibly well-received by our audience, and we look forward to welcoming him back for a second appearance to perform a program of works by Scarlatti, Debussy, Schubert, Liszt, and more.
Irina Muresanu, violin
March 18 at 3:30pm
Sponsored by M&T Bank
Romanian violinist Irina Muresanu has won the hearts of audiences and critics alike with her exciting, elegant and heartfelt performances, which have been frequently cited as among the Best of Classical Music Performances by the Boston Globe. Join us for her exciting program, “Four Strings Around the World,” which contains a compelling range of works representing a vast array of countries and cultures.
April 22 at 3:30pm
Sponsored by the Russell C. Wonderlic Bequest
Established in 1990 through a bequest of the late Russell C. Wonderlic, the Wonderlic Competition alternates annually between voice and piano and has afforded many young artists the opportunity to launch international music careers. This year’s piano winners will perform a concert consisting of the challenging repertoire that distinguished them in the competition. Please check back in mid-April for complete program information and artist biographies.
The Todd Marcus Jazz Quartet
May 20 at 3:30pm
Sponsored by Bruce & Polly Behrens
Todd Marcus is one of the few artists worldwide to focus on the bass clarinet as a main instrument in modern jazz with his large and small ensembles. His straight-ahead playing and compositions swing with fiery and introspective intensity, offer a strong lyrical sensibility, and often incorporate the Middle Eastern influences of his Egyptian-American heritage. Marcus will be performing with Bruce Barth (piano), Eric Kennedy (drums), and Eric Wheeler (bass).