Marina Piccinini, flute
Hye-Jin Kim, violin
Peter Stumpf, cello
Cynthia Raim, piano

Sunday, November 12, 2023 - 3:00 PM
American Philosophical Society

American Philosophical Society

Benjamin Franklin Hall,
427 Chestnut Street
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$25.00 per ticket

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About This Performance

Hailed by Gramophone as “the Heifetz of the flute,” flutist Marina Piccinini returns to the PCMS stage with “supremely musical” violinist Hye-Jin Kim (The Strad), “warmly communicative” cellist Peter Stumpf (Seen and Heard International), and pianist and Society favorite Cynthia Raim. This program features exciting and technically demanding repertoire for the flute and concludes with Mozart’s Piano Trio in G Major, the first of his later trios to be written for fortepiano, rather than harpsichord.

Mozart: Piano Trio in G Major, K. 496
Schubert: Variations on Trockne Blumen, D. 802
Haydn: Trio in C Major, Hob. IV:1
Villa-LobosJet Whistle
Weber: Flute Trio in G Minor, Op. 63

Running time: 1 hour and 45 minutes (including intermission) 

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The Artist(s)

Marina Piccinini, flute
Hailed by Gramophone magazine as “the Heifetz of the flute,”  Marina Piccinini is that rare, high-caliber artist who is devoted not only to her craft, but also to music education and the creation of programs featuring powerful traditional repertoire and inventive new works. She is an authentically modern voice and 21st century virtuoso, much sought after around the world as a soloist,… Read More
Hye-Jin Kim
Hye-Jin Kim, violin
Known for her musical sensitivity and deeply engaging performances that transport audiences beyond mere technical virtuosity, violinist Hye-Jin Kim leads a versatile career as soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician since her First Prize win at the Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition at the age of nineteen and a subsequent win at the Concert Artists Guild International Competition.… Read More
Peter Stumpf, cello
Peter Stumpf is professor of cello at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. Prior to his appointment, he was principal cellist of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Stumpf's tenure in Los Angeles followed 12 years as associate principal cellist of the Philadelphia Orchestra. His professional orchestral career began at the age of 16 when he joined the cello section of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra.… Read More
Cynthia Raim, piano
Cynthia Raim came to international attention when she was unanimously chosen as the First Prize Winner of the 1979 Clara Haskil International Piano Competition in Switzerland, after winning First Prizes in the 1977 Three Rivers National Piano Competition in Pittsburgh and the J. S. Bach International Piano Competition in Washington DC. She has been acclaimed for her concerto,… Read More


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