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Nitzan Haroz, trombone and Gloria Kim, piano

Sunday, May 06, 2018 - 3:00 PM

American Philosophical Society

Benjamin Franklin Hall
427 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

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Philadelphia Orchestra Principal Trombone Nitzan Haroz presents the first-ever PCMS concert showcasing the trombone. The Israeli-born trombonist is an active chamber musician, having performed with the New York, Philadelphia, and Israel brass ensembles; the Rishon-Le Zion Brass Quintet; and many other chamber groups. Works for trombone and piano as well as arrangements for a quartet of trombones highlight this very special PCMS debut.

Nitzan Haroz, trombone; Gloria Kim, piano; with Guest Artists TBA

Stojowski: Fantasie for Trombone and Piano, Op. 27
Mollá: La Cittá dei Sogni
Brahms: O Wüsst’ ich doch den Weg zurück, Op. 63, No. 8 [Arr.]
Brahms: Verzagen, Op. 72, No. 4 [Arr.]
Brahms: Wie Melodien zieht es mir, Op. 105, No. 1 [Arr.]
Brahms: Des Liebsten Schwur, Op. 69, No. 4 [Arr.]
Ravel: Don Quichotte á Dulcinée
Peaslee: Arrows of Time
Bourgeois: Osteoblast for Trombone Octet, Op. 210
Fauré: Libera Me, from the Requiem, Op. 48 [Arr.]
Verhelst: The River Bells for Trombone Octet

Gloria Kim, piano

Pianist Gloria Kim has performed across the globe as a collaborative pianist and soloist. Recent appearances include a concert of opera excerpts by alumni of American Lyric Theater’s critically acclaimed Composer Librettist Development Program at National Sawdust in Brooklyn, Carnegie Weill Recital Hall, and the Stanisław Moniuszko International Vocal Competition in Warsaw, Poland. Career highlights.

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Nitzan Haroz, trombone

Nitzan Haroz, a native of Israel, rejoins The Philadelphia Orchestra as principal trombone in 2014 after holding the same position with the Los Angeles Philharmonic since 2012. Previously he was principal trombone of The Philadelphia Orchestra since 1995 after serving as assistant principal trombone of the New York Philharmonic and principal trombone of the Israel.

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American Philosophical Society

Address: Benjamin Franklin Hall
427 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

  Benjamin Franklin Hall is a 375 seat auditorium offering plaza level and balcony seating.  All concerts at this venue are general admission seating.  Doors open 30 minutes prior to the performance. There are many historic elements to the building.  Designed in the Italianate style, it features a visually striking white marble façade and an impressive collection of…more info