On May 28, the award-winning Merz Trio will perform music for violin, cello, and piano by Brahms, Shostakovich, Lili Boulanger, and Ravel. Come for the Brahms, stay for the Ravel. Click here to learn more.
I’ve been trying for three years to bring American violinist Stephen Kim here for a performance. Currently living in Germany, Stephen is coming to Vermont next month to participate in the Marlboro Music Festival. He has agreed to join us on Saturday, June 25 for an evening performance. Click here to learn more.
We’re presenting pianist Avery Gagliano on Sunday, June 26, so we now have two exceptional performances scheduled on the same weekend. To celebrate this two-day season finale, we’re asking for a contribution of $60 to attend both concerts (a hefty 25% discount). Please join us for one or both concerts that weekend.
I was recently interviewed by Mike Maino, the host at our local classical music station. The show includes some of the music we’ll hear at our upcoming concerts in May and June. Click here to listen.
In 1992, Pierre Boulez conducted the Vienna Philharmonic in a performance of Debussy’s impressionist masterpiece Trois Nocturnes. Click here to watch the video.
Sibelius lovers will enjoy watching the Frankfurt Radio Symphony perform his Symphony No. 2. Several European orchestras have been releasing excellent videos like this for years and this is one of my favorites. Why don’t American orchestras do this more often?
SPENCER MYER, the internationally renowned pianist, has been appointed Associate Professor of Music in Piano at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music [press release]. He joins a distinguished piano faculty that includes Andre Watts and Menahem Pressler.
Spencer Myer and cellist Michael Katz performed for us in December 2021; Spencer returns for a solo performance next April.