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Nov. 11 2016

11-12-16 Music In Maryland Chamber Music On The Hill. 8 Strings and 88 Keys.

By Jonathan Palevsky | Posted in Host Blogs, Music In Maryland | No Comments

This weeks Chamber Music On The Hill concert took place on Sunday, September 11, 2016 at 3:00 p.m.  at the Forum in Decker College Center, McDaniel College

 

8 STRINGS AND 88 KEYS

 

The concert featured David Kreider, piano; Maxim Kozlov, cello and Nicholas Currie, violin.

 

Dr. David Kreider, director of Keyboard Studies at McDaniel College, is the founder and artistic director of Chamber Music On The Hill.  His solo recitals have included performances at Wigmore Hall (London), the Musikverein (Vienna), and Carnegie Recital Hall (New York).

 

Maxim Kozlov has extensive international solo and orchestral experience.  He received his Master of Music Education from the prestigious Moscow Conservatory and his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the equally renowned Peabody Institute.

 

Canadian-born violinist Nicholas Currie is the Assistant Concertmaster of Concert Artists of Baltimore, Assistant Concertmaster of the Annapolis Symphony, and Concertmaster of the Mid-Atlantic Symphony.  He is an adjunct lecturer at McDaniel College, University of Maryland, Baltimore College, and as a private instructor.

The Program:

Debussy: Violin Sonata

Prokofiev: Cello Sonata

Brahms: Piano Trio # 2 in C op. 87

This very evening the BSO is playing Mahler’s symphony # 6 and we used the last movement to fill!

Play Report

PLAY DATE: Sat, 11/12/2016
7:20 PM 1669
Gustav Mahler Symphony No. 6 in a “Tragic” BSOrch 99
COND David Zinman David ZIHN mihn
ORCH Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
74:52 C 3 1-4
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Jonathan Palevsky

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