SILVERMINE ARTISTS SERIES 2016-17

UPCOMING SERIES TO LOOK FORWARD TO ______________________________________________________

SUNDAY, OCT 16, 2016 4 pm

Silvermine School of Music
36 Comstock Hill Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06850

203. 847.8106

The Silvermine Artists Series Presents

Chamber Music Concert
Featuring

CLARE LONGENDYKE, Piano

Eric Umble, Clarinet~Andrew Griffin, Viola

Trio in E-Flat Major for clarinet, viola and piano, K. 498            Mozart ("Kegelstatt")   

Fantasy Pieces for Clarinet and Piano, Op.  73                          Schumann

Elegy for Viola and Piano, Op. 44                                                  Glazunov

Piano piece in E-Flat, Op. 117, No. 1                                                Brahms

2 Poems, Op. 32                                                                                  Scriabin
            No. 1 in F-Sharp Major
            No. 2 in D Major

From Eight Pieces for clarinet, viola (or cello), and piano,            Bruch
           Op. 83 (1910)
             
                 Andante                                                                                                                         Allegro con moto
Nachtgesang: Andante con moto
Allegro vivace, ma non troppo

Reception Following

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SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 2017 4 pm

Silvermine School of Music
36 Comstock Hill Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06850

203. 847.8106

SILVERMINE DUO PIANISTS
Present

"KEYBOARD ADVENTURES"

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SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 2017 4 pm

              Silvermine School of Music
36 Comstock Hill Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06850

203. 847.8106

        NOTED LISZT INTERPRETER

STEVEN SPOONER,  Pianist
Presents

"LISZT: TRIBUTE TO THE MASTERS"

Critics and audiences have unanimously hailed the distinctive and compelling performances of pianist Steven Spooner describing him as “a pianist in the tradition that many believe died with the likes of Horowitz, Arrau, Bolet, Cziffra, and Wild. His talent, to my ears, is easily the equal of most major pianists of today and far superior to a large number of those “most exciting and dynamic pianists of their generation”(FANFARE MAGAZINE).

Program TBA

steve

Steven Spooner, pianist
playing on the 1886 Bechstein piano
on permanent display at the Spencer Museum of Art
at University of Kansas.

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