SCHEDULED PERFORMANCES




2/9 – Ko-EunYi - Piano
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2/16 – Alba Consort - Early Mediterranean Music
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2/23 – Cross Island - Cello, Piano and Clarinet
The cellist Suzanne Mueller, pianist Elinor Abrams Zayas and clarinetist Joshua Redman will offer a seamless blend of beloved classics and delightful discoveries, spanning centuries and styles.
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3/1 – Sam Suggs - Double Bass
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3/8 – Trio Portinari - Piano, Violin, and Cello
Candace Chien, piano; Nicholas Pappone, violin; Hyung Suk Bae, cello. Trio Portinari was formed in New York City in 2013 by graduates of the some of the world's top American conservatories. Since then, they are continually captivating both traditional audiences and new younger ones through innovative and fresh performances of classic works, as well as championing the best of the newest music.
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3/15 – Canta Libre - Flute, Harp and Strings
Canta Libre was founded in 2002 by flutist Sally Shorrock to foster the performance and enjoyment of music specifically written for flute, harp, and strings. Considered experts in this ephemeral, rare style of chamber music, Canta Libre was recently featured at The American Harp Society 50th Anniversary National Conference and has appeared at Lincoln Center, on WNYC at The Green Space, The Music Festival of the Hamptons, Barge Music, Concerts at One at Trinity Church in Manhattan, WLIW TV, National Public Radio of Long Island, and The Brooklyn Public Library. The ensemble’s first CD was designated “the best new U.S. release” by BBC Music Magazine.
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3/22 – Gemini Journey - Violin and Cello
Diane Block, violinist, and Terry Batts, cellist, comprise the duo Gemini Journey. Diane and Terry became friends and "musical twins" while studying at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music. Their collaboration has continued to this day as they develop and present scintillating arrangements of a wide array of accessible repertoire. They are sure to enlighten, entertain and prove to show how the classics come alive.
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