Silver Finch Arts Collective, featuring vibrant new voices in the Washington, DC music and theatre scenes, is excited to present The Lives Left Behind. This collection of short pieces by Joseph Kaz, Frances Pollock, William Kenlon, and Michael Oberhauser, celebrates the operatic tradition while also telling fresh, new stories that speak to this moment in time….
The Axios Trio will be the special guest performers for this concert, featuring trios for clarinet, cello, and piano by Brahms and Muczynski. Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the DC Public Library, in partnership with the Goethe-Institut of Washington.
Symphony Number One will perform at TEDxMidAtlantic 2017 on October 28, 2017. Music Director Jordan Randall Smith will give a TED talk on classical music, followed by a world premiere by SNO Composer-in-Residence, Ben Goldberg.
I am so happy to announce that I will be joining Symphony Number One as their new Principal Pianist! Symphony Number One is the East Coast’s newest chamber orchestra, based in Baltimore, MD. Our concert seasons will feature innovative programs of great works of the past and premieres of new works by today’s emerging composers….
My work in Germany wrapped up with a whirlwind of performances in Freiberg, Döbeln, and Zwickau. Last Saturday and Sunday, I had the great honor of performing more Brahms-Lieder concerts in the birth house of Robert Schumann. What a historic place with a fantastic museum and a beautiful chamber concert hall—a great privilege for me! The theme…
Things are going really well here in Freiberg—I’ve been learning and performing so much beautiful music by Brahms—it’s quite an experience! Our Liedermatinee performance at Würlitzer Park was well received with three encores and I had the pleasure of performing on a remarkable Bechstein grand piano: it possesses a rich sound, perfect for performing Brahms. This will be my busiest…
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