WINTER 2018 CONCERTS
Nurit Pacht performs music of Gustav Mahler and Pulitzer Prize-winning American composer,
Aaron Jay Kernis with Sinfonietta of Riverdale conducted by Mark Mandarano.
January 20th at 8:00pm at:
Christ Church Riverdale
5030 Henry Hudson Parkway
(at 252nd Street)
Bronx, New York 10471
February 1 at 6:30 at Merkin Hall in New York City
Arensky Piano Trio with cellist Yari Bond and pianist Irina Nuzova
February 25 at 5 PM at the JCC in Tenafly, New Jersey
Original compositions for violin and guitar performed and composed with Rami Vamos
The chamber music works of Maurice Ravel and Ludwig van Beethoven are among the best pieces of classical music. This event explores the contrast of sense and sensibility in music, and how the two aesthetics are equally necessary.
Date: Saturday February 24, 2:00pm
Venue: Richmond Main Public Library
Beethoven – Cello Sonata in C major
Ravel – Sonata for violin and cello
Phillip Bush, piano
Khari Joyner, cello
Nurit Pacht, violin
James Wilson, cello
• DATE: FEBRUARY 25, 2018
• TIME: 4:00PM
• LOCATION: 28 WESTHAMPTON WAY, RICHMOND, VA 23173
• VENUE: PERKINSON RECITAL HALL, UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND
Two stunning pieces for piano trio are contrasted side-by-side: the noble “Archduke” Trio by Beethoven, and Ravel’s effervescent Trio in A major.
Date: Sunday February 25, 4:00pm
Venue: Perkinson Recital Hall, University of Richmond
Beethoven – Piano Trio in B-flat major, op. 97 (“Archduke”)
Ravel – Piano Trio in A minor With cellist Khari Joyner and pianist Phillip Bush
WINTER 2017 CONCERTS
DATE: DECEMBER 10, 2017
LOCATION: 215 S. WILTON RD., RICHMOND VA 23226
VENUE: WILTON HOUSE MUSEUM
An intimate concert of early Baroque chamber music from England – pieces by John Dowland, Henry Purcell and John Blow. This special event includes a post-concert reception with the performers.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, CMSCVA is relocating the venue for the December 10, 2017 performance, Baroque at the Branch Museum. This concert will now take place at the Wilton House Museum. An outstanding example of Georgian architecture, Wilton is a wonderful historic house dating back to 1753 and built by William Randolph III.
Date: Sunday December 10
4:00pm Concert (3:30pm pre-concert chat) A Limited Amount of Tickets are Still Available
7:30pm Concert (7:00pm pre-concert chat) Sold Out
Venue: Wilton House Museum, 215 S. Wilton Road, Richmond.
Program: English Chamber Music by Purcell, Dowland and Avison
Jacob Ashbury, violin
Adam Cockerham, lute
Maureen Murchie, viola
Nurit Pacht, violin
James Wilson cello