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.
Looking ahead to Season Seven we celebrate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth. We join the worldwide celebration of Beethoven 2020 in December with an all-Beethoven program. Three distinguished artists; Avery Prize winners Orion Weiss and Yura Lee are joined by Clive Greensmith, longtime cellist of the Tokyo Quartet who will perform Sonatas for Violin, Piano, and Cello, as well as the famous “Archduke” Trio.
In January the two-time 2019 Grammy Award winner James Ehnes will return with his quartet with even more Beethoven, the quartets, op. 18 and 59. In February we welcome Benjamin Beilman, violinist and Andrew Tyson, pianist two of the most sought after young artists of the day. Later in February, the Escher Quartet returns alongside the Dover Quartet in a program of octets by Enescu and Mendelssohn.
In March we welcome back the incredible Miro Quartet with Clive Greensmith for the great Schubert Cello Quintet. We conclude our season with Metropolitan Opera soprano Susanna Phillips alongside legendary artists Anne-Marie McDermott, pianist and Paul Neubauer, violist.
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Wishing you a wonderful summer and we look forward to welcoming you back next season!
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