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Artist Interview: Marcy Rosen, cello

As “one of the intimate art’s abiding treasures” (Los Angeles Times) cellist Marcy Rosen enjoys an extensive and varied career in chamber music and education, highlighted especially by the opportunities to work with the colleagues she calls friends. On January 10, Marcy returns to PCMS (for the second of three appearances this season) to pay tribute.

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Artist Interview: Marcy Rosen, cello

As “one of the intimate art’s abiding treasures” (Los Angeles Times) cellist Marcy Rosen enjoys an extensive and varied career in chamber music and education, highlighted especially by the opportunities to work with the colleagues she calls friends. On January 10, Marcy returns to PCMS (for the second of three appearances this season) to pay tribute.

Reflections on Chamber Music

Simon Housner is one of our Unlimited Student Pass holders that attends numerous concerts every season and as a cellist, he has participated in a number of our master classes with the artists that appear with us. In preparation for his application for Carnegie Hall’s National Youth Orchestra, he created a video essay about his experiences.

Artist Interview: Catherine Manson of the...

Conceived out of a passion for Haydn’s string quartets, the critically-acclaimed London Haydn Quartet makes its PCMS debut on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at the Perelman Theater. Catherine Manson, the first violinist, enjoys a versatile and busy career as both a musician and teacher. She is a co-founder and director of MusicWorks, a chamber music school for young musicians that.

Dvořák and the American Connection

As a prelude to the Modigliani Quartet’s performance of Dvořák’s “American” quartet, guest blogger Adam Gingery of Backstage Podcast considers the composer’s musical and cultural influence on the U.S.   Dvořák came to the U.S. a simple man. He loved music, he loved his family, and he loved pigeons. He also loved his Bohemian homeland, from.

From the Intern’s Desk

Being immersed in the daily work at PCMS, I have begun to memorize the artists, programs, dates and venues of the 2016/17 Season. In becoming familiar with these concerts, there are a number that I am particularly excited about.  As a cellist, I am looking forward to a recital by one of my favorite artists,.

Artist Interview: Hélène Clément, viola

Joining us on April 5, the Doric String Quartet is described by the Yorkshire Post as “today’s finest UK Quartet at a time when we are inundated with brilliant young ensembles.”  I spoke with violist (and Marlboro Music alumna) Hélène Clément about the group’s recording schedule, their work with composer John Adams, and their upcoming PCMS debut..

PCMS 30th Anniversary Gala Recap

On March 24, 2016, PCMS paid tribute to our founder, Anthony P. Checchia, with a special 30th Anniversary Celebration concert at the Kimmel Center’s Perelman Theater. Pianists Richard Goode and Jonathan Biss; violinist Mark Steinberg; cellist Peter Wiley; clarinetist Anthony McGill; soprano Sarah Shafer; and the Brentano Quartet performed works by Haydn, Schubert and Dvořák. Tony.

Box Office Picks

As many of you know, the PCMS office is pretty quiet during the summer months. The bulk of subscription orders are in during the first week of June, and the Marlboro staff migrates north shortly after, leaving Brad, Erik, and me to hold down the fort. As a general rule during these two and a.

Education and Outreach: New & Review

After PCMS’ opening concert this season with Musicians from Marlboro, we received the following from a teacher who brought a group of her students for the evening. I just wanted to thank you again for the tickets to the concert last night. The students had a great time and it was a new experience for.

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