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Horszowski Trio w/ Roberto Díaz, viola

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 - 7:30 PM

Perelman Theater, Kimmel Center

300 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102

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  • Beethoven: Trio in D Major "Ghost", Op. 70, No. 1 - i. Allegro vivace e con brio

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After its stunning PCMS debut in 2016, the Horszowski Trio returns with the current Curtis Institute President and former Principal Violist of the Philadelphia Orchestra: Roberto Díaz. Following Schumann’s triumphant D Minor Trio and the world premiere of Milwaukee native Daron Hagen’s Trio No. 6, the Horszowski and Díaz journey through Fauré’s Piano Quartet in C Minor—a remarkable achievement in instrumental color, formal clarity, and melodic richness.

Schumann: Piano Trio in D Minor, Op. 63
Hagen: Piano Trio No. 6 [World Premiere]
Fauré: Piano Quartet in C Minor, Op. 15

 

Horszowski Trio will give a master class for students at Temple University (Rock Hall) on Wednesday, November 28, 2-4 pm.

Visit the Society's blog to read our interview with cellist Raman Ramakrishnan.

Horszowski Trio

Horszowski Trio

Hailed by The New York Times as “impressive, lithe, persuasive,” when the members of the Horszowski Trio (Hor-SHOV- ski) – Jesse Mills, Raman Ramakrishnan, and Rieko Aizawa – played together for the first time, they immediately felt the spark of a unique connection.  Many years of close friendship had created a deep trust between the.

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Roberto Dí­az, viola

A violist of international reputation, Roberto Díaz is president and CEO of the Curtis Institute of Music, following in the footsteps of renowned soloist/directors such as Josef Hofmann, Efrem Zimbalist, and Rudolf Serkin. As a teacher of viola at Curtis and former principal viola of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Mr. Díaz has already had a significant.

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Perelman Theater, Kimmel Center

Address: 300 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102

  The Perelman Theater is part of the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, located on the southwest corner of Broad and Spruce Streets in Center City Philadelphia. The smaller of the two concert halls in the Kimmel Center, the Perelman Theater is a 627-seat auditorium with seating on the plaza, plaza tier, first balcony, and second balcony levels.…more info