The Axios Trio will perform works by Beethoven, Brahms, and Rota, at this Groupmuse event in Rockville, MD. Limited seating – If you are interested in attending, please reserve a spot on this Groupmuse event page.
Meraki will present their program, “Music for Dreamers,” including works by Ravel, Schumann, Marquez, and more at this private event for the Dunbarton Community in Bristow, Virginia.
Cultivating the talent of modern classical composers and bringing new music to the stage inspires musicians and audience members alike. This evening of original compositions by UMD student composers features solo, chamber and electroacoustic performances. Elizabeth G. Hill, piano and Joanna Jones, soprano, will be performing “Words from Friends” by William Kenlon .
Join Opal Music Studio’s celebration of 10 years! The tables have turned … we invite students, parents, and friends, to come hear our faculty perform!
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.
Showcase II of CMS Performers and Composers Amy E Dupont Music Building – Gore Recital Hall Meraki will perform “No Progress Without Loss … every new beginning” a recent commission by composer, Jamie Whitmarsh.
Sponsored by the Catholic University Music GSA, this program will feature solo and chamber works by featured guest, Pulitzer-Prize winning composer, George Walker. Dr. Walker will begin the program with a short reflection on his life and music. Pianist, Elizabeth Hill will be performing two of his solo piano works, “Spatials” and “Piano Sonata No….
Featuring Elise Jenkins, mezzo-soprano, and Elizabeth G. Hill, piano
Chamber works for clarinet and piano that highlight the diverse voices of American music and culture. Music by Bernstein, Gershwin, Horovitz, and a recently commissioned work by Jamie Whitmarsh.
Music by Mieczyslaw Weinberg, Fitelberg, Jamie Whitmarsh, and Joshua Williams Mills.