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Tre Voci

Sunday, November 08, 2015 - 3:00 PM

Philadelphia Museum of Art

2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy
Philadelphia, PA 19130

  • Debussy: Sonata for flute, viola and harp - i. Pastorale

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2013 Grammy Award-winning violist Kim Kashkashian is “an artist who combines a probing, restless musical intellect with enormous beauty of tone” (New York Times). Hailed as “the Heifetz of the flute” (Gramophone), Marina Piccinini enjoys an international career as soloist and chamber musician. And Israeli harpist Sivan Magen is a “magician” (WQXR) whose “virtuoso playing conjures an astonishing range of color and dynamic” (Daily Telegraph). These three master artists teamed up after meeting at the Marlboro Festival in 2010 and recently showcased their “effortless interplay” in a “transfixingly beautiful” new recording for the ECM label.

Bach: Trio Sonata in G-major, BWV 1039 [Arr. by Tre Voci]
Bartók: Suite Hongroise Paysanne [Arr. by Tre Voci]
Bartók: Danses Tristes and Vieilles Dances [Arr. by Tre Voci]
Debussy: Children’s Corner Suite [Arr. by Salzedo]
Bartók: Romanian Dances [Arr. by Tre Voci]
Prokofiev: Suite No. 2 from Romeo and Juliet [Arr. by G. Cohen]

Tre Voci

The three artists who comprise Tre Voci have each been acknowledged for bringing a unique voice to their instruments. Violist Kim Kashkashian, flautist Marina Piccinini, and harpist Sivan Magen met at the Marlboro Music Festival in the summer of 2010. Having discovered an unusually powerful common voice, they decided to extend their collaboration beyond the.

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Philadelphia Museum of Art

Address: 2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy
Philadelphia, PA 19130

One of the nation's largest art museums, the Philadelphia Museum of Art features 200 galleries and more than 225,000 works of art, from Renaissance master paintings to contemporary art and entire period rooms and architectural settings from around the world.  For information on current exhibitions, please visit www.philamuseum.org. Concerts are held in the 400-seat Van Pelt Auditorium;…more info