MICHAEL BROWN, ELENA URIOSTE & NICHOLAS CANELLAKIS
The piano trio features Lincoln Center’s Emerging Artist of the Year, 2018 (Brown) and Chamber Music Society Two artist Nicholas Canellakis.
Season Five was a resounding success! We have grown, critical acclaim is unwavering, membership is up as is public and private funding. We are so fortunate to have an audience as appreciative and supportive as we do. You have made it possible to present the greatest performers in the world.
We open Season Six with an artist whose reputation is growing rapidly. Soprano Julia Bullock is in great demand and will launch her own series of five concerts at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. We welcome back perennial favorites, many of whom have been awarded the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant* pianist Orion Weiss*, violinist Paul Huang* – Lincoln Center’s Emerging Artist of 2017, and the Escher Quartet*. We are thrilled to once again present the universally praised Emerson Quartet and the Philadelphia Orchestra Brass.
New to our series are pianists Michael Brown* – Lincoln Center’s Emerging Artist of 2018, Gilles Vonsattel*, and Shai Wosner*. Rounding out our series are the debuts of the Sitkovetsky Trio and the Brown-Urioste-Cannelakis Trio.
We will inaugurate the Stiller Family Foundation Auditorium at The Norton Museum with three concerts beginning in February. Members will have first priority for the best seats.
Please join or renew your membership at $1,750 per person. There are other ways to support as well. Underwriting concerts, sponsoring artists, sponsoring our educational and community outreach, and hosting artists in your home are just a few ways to become more involved.
Wishing you a wonderful summer and I look forward to welcoming you back next season!
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