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Chautauqua Chamber Music: ChamberFest Cleveland

Monday, July 06, 2020
04:00pm EDT

Location CHQ Assembly Video Platform

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Program:
Granados: Sonata for Violin and Piano
Mendelssohn: Trio No. 2 in C minor for piano, violin and cello

 

Launched in 2012 by Cleveland Orchestra principal clarinet Franklin Cohen and daughter Diana Cohen, concertmaster of the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, ChamberFest Cleveland focuses on creating thematic programming for unique chamber music experiences in a variety of venues. For this online performance, join Diana Cohen, Roman Rabinovich and Dongkyun An for an intimate chamber recital.

Appointed concertmaster of the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra in 2012, Ms. Cohen previously served as concertmaster of the Richmond Symphony Orchestra and Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra while maintaining an active freelance career in New York City. She has held the same position with Charleston Symphony, The National Repertory Orchestra and Iris Orchestra. Korean born Canadian cellist Dongkyun An is also a top prize winner in several international and national competitions, scholarships and grants, including first prizes at 71st Concours OSM (Montreal Symphony Orchestra) and the 18th International Johannes Brahms Competition in Austria. Roman Rabinovich, piano, made his Israel Philharmonic debut under Zubin Mehta at age ten. He won the 12th Arthur Rubenstein International Piano Master Competition, and was the first of three young pianists to be championed by András Schiff, who selected him for his Building Bridges series in Zurich’s Tonhalle, Ruhr Piano Festival and New York’s SubCulture.

http://chamberfestcleveland.com/about/


Chautauqua Chamber Music – 2020 Online
This beloved series has moved online so that we can bring you great music from Chautauqua and around the world, right into your home. Chamber artists will be performing live and pre-recorded concerts, all curated especially for our Chautauqua audience and community. Performances will last approximately 40 minutes, followed by 20 minutes of conversation with hosts Deborah Sunya Moore, Vice President of Performing and Visual Arts, and Timothy Muffitt, School of Music Artistic Director. Audience members will be invited to submit questions for the artists and we look forward to stimulating conversation, which will all be moderated with our hosts, live from Lenna Hall at Chautauqua each Monday of the season at 4 p.m. EST. Join us for music and more.

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