CAG Artists on tour in January
Saturday, January 7, 8:00pm
Civic Center Music Hall
Violinist Hye-Jin Kim performs Saint-Saëns’ Violin Concerto No. 3 with Guest Conductor David Lockington.
Thursday, January 12, 7:30pm
David Rubenstein Atrium
PUBLIQuartet performs works by Jessie Montgomery, Marc Mellits, and Matthew Brown, as well as their own improvisations, in this free concert.
CAG Artists on tour
New York and East Coast
Jan 7 – PUBLIQuartet, National Sawdust, Brooklyn
Jan 7 – Verona Quartet, Mise-En-Scène Studios, NYC
Jan 13 – Alexi Kenney, violin, A Far Cry concert, Boston, MA
(Bach Concerto for Two Violins in D Minor and Pärt Tabula Rasa with Stefan Jackiw, violin)
Jan 22 – Fei-Fei Dong, piano, Howland Chamber Music, Beacon, NY
Jan 22 – Lysander Piano Trio with Charles Neidich, clarinet, Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, PA
Jan 25 – Verona Quartet, National Arts Club, NYC
Jan 29 – Verona Quartet, East Meadow Library, NY
Jan 6 – Daniel Hsu, piano, Grand Rapids Symphony, MI
(Schumann Piano Concerto, John Varineau, conductor)
Jan 22 – Daniel Hsu, piano, Krannert Center Salon Series, Urbana, IL
Jan 25 – Daniel Hsu, piano, Dame Myra Hess series, Chicago, IL
Jan 29 – Calmus, Chamber Music Yellow Springs Yellow Springs, OH
Jan 30 – Calmus, Purdue Convocations, Lafayette, IN
Jan 13 – Fei-Fei Dong, piano, Atlantic Music Center, Melbourne, FL
Jan 14 – Fei-Fei Dong, piano,Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, Winter Park, FL
Jan 20 – Lysander Piano Trio, Melbourne Chamber Music Society, Melbourne, FL
Jan 21 – Donald Sinta Quartet, Outer Banks Forum For The Lively Arts, Kill Devil Hills, NC
Jan 22 – Verona Quartet, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, FL
Jan 22 – Brandon Ridenour, trumpet, Beaches Fine Arts, Jacksonville Beach, FL
Jan 22 – Asmira Woodward-Page, violin, Long Bay Symphony, Myrtle Beach, SC
(Saint-Saëns Havanaise and Sarasate Zigeunerweisen, Charles Evans, music director)
Jan 24 – Brandon Ridenour, trumpet, Live on Stage, Griffin, GA
CAG’s Artist of the Month…get to know more about
the Lysander Piano Trio
The Lysander Piano Trio takes its name from the character in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. A 2012 winner of the Concert Artists Guild Competition, the Trio’s members are violinist Itamar Zorman, cellist Michael Katz, and pianist Liza Stepanova.
The ensemble takes inspiration from their collective roots, Israeli and Russian, and will perform this month at the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society. The program, Transplanted: Music by European Composers Displaced by WWII, features composers who fled 1930s Europe for destinations such as California, Moscow, and Tel Aviv. Together with world-renowned clarinetist Charles Neidich, the Trio will perform works by Ben-Haim, Bartók, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, and Hindemith.
The Trio follows up this performance with concerts in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, and at the Melbourne Chamber Music Society in Florida.