The Musicians from Marlboro touring program has introduced many of today’s leading solo and chamber music artists to American audiences.
(PRWEB) March 15, 2013
The Musicians from Marlboro 2012/13 touring season continues on Saturday, March 9, 2013 at 8 pm at the High School of Fashion Industries in New York City. The program features Haydn’s String Quartet in G major, Op. 77, No. 1, Schoenberg’s String Trio, Op. 45, and Schumann’s String Quartet in F Major, Op. 41, No. 2.
This second MFM tour of the season will feature four leading young artists alongside seasoned concert violinist, Ida Levin, and former violist of the Guarneri String Quartet, Michael Tree. The young artists include Michelle Ross, violin; Emily Deans, viola; Paul Wiancko, cello; and Gabriel Cabezas, cello.
The MFM group will be presented in New York City by the Peoples’ Symphony Concerts, in Greenwich, CT by the Greenwich Public Library, in Philadelphia by the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, in Washington D.C. by the Freer Gallery, and in Boston by the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
The Musicians from Marlboro touring program has introduced many of today’s leading solo and chamber music artists to American audiences. The list includes pianists Jonathan Biss, Yefim Bronfman, Jeremy Denk, Richard Goode, Murray Perahia, András Schiff, and Peter Serkin. Traditionally, exceptional young artists play alongside veteran performers in concerts along the east coast and nationally.
The Washington Post described Musicians from Marlboro performances from this past October as “so fresh and full-blooded, so full of earthy vitality and sheer sensual pleasure, that it made you happy to be alive.” The audiences in each city the group visited responded with equal enthusiasm.
Explore http://www.marlboromusic.org/tours/schedule/tour-schedule/ for concert listings and ticket information.
About Musicians from Marlboro
Musicians from Marlboro, the touring extension of the Marlboro Music Festival in Vermont, offers exceptional young professional musicians together with seasoned artists in varied chamber music programs. Each program is built around a work performed in a previous summer that Artistic Directors Richard Goode and Mitsuko Uchida and their colleagues felt was exceptional and should be shared with a wider audience. The resulting ensembles offer audiences the chance to both discover seldom-heard masterworks and enjoy fresh interpretations of chamber music favorites. The Ligeti Trio was the work around which this tour was built. Over the course of the two summers, during which the three artists explored the work in depth, they had the unique opportunity of spending over ten weeks of rehearsal discovering the secrets of the piece. Their investment paid huge dividends with the cheers of audiences everywhere on the tour. For more information visit http://www.marlboromusic.org/.