Posts Tagged ‘Shriver Hall Concert Series’

Apr. 02 2014

Out of the ordinary recital at Shriver Hall

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Host Blogs, Interviews | No Comments

                It’s not every day that you get to hear a trumpet recital, but there is one coming at Shriver Hall on Sunday evening. Here’s the President of the Shriver Hall Concert Series, Stephen Jacobsohn.         Related posts: Shriver Hall Concert Series gets bigger Keeping […]

Oct. 01 2013

Keeping it in the family

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Host Blogs, Interviews | No Comments

The Latvian-born cellist, Mischa Maisky, last appeared on the Shriver Hall Concert Series in 1982 – before his daughter, the pianist Lily Maisky, was born in Paris in 1987. Now, they will be appearing together on the series to open the 2013-2014 season on Sunday. Related posts: Shriver Hall Concert Series gets bigger Out of […]

Sep. 24 2013

Shriver Hall Concert Series gets bigger

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Host Blogs, Interviews | No Comments

This chamber music series is one of the wonderful success stories in the musical world — witness the fact that they have increased their season from eight to nine concerts for the 2013-2014 season. The SHCS Executive Director, Stephen Jacobsohn, came in to the studios to give us an overview of the new season.   […]

Jun. 14 2013

Wild Horses can’t Stop me from Celebrating Lang Lang’s Birthday!

By Kati Harrison | Posted in Host Blogs | No Comments

This morning I played a recording of Lang Lang performing a Haydn piano sonata, and I couldn’t resist adding “Horses” from that same recording.  It features Lang Lang and his father, Lang Guo-ren on the erhu.  I will never forget, and it seems like yesterday, their encore of “Horses” at a Shriver Hall concert back […]

Apr. 18 2012

Standing Out in a Crowd

By Reed Hessler | Posted in Host Blogs | No Comments

We live in a golden age of chamber music ensembles, not only string quartets, but established piano trios and piano quartets, which would have been unheard of half a century ago. The bar is high. No one gets away with vague intonation or rhythm any more. Ensemble means just that; a group must sound like a […]

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