One of the things I enjoy most about my job is dividing my time between PCMS and Marlboro because I am able to spend time during the summer with some of the very same artists that we present during the year. Seeing Peter Stumpf’s recital coming up fast on our calendar, I recalled a recorded.
I had the good fortune to be in my car on February 8th when the NPR program “Here and Now” marked the 100th anniversary of the birth of the great American poet Elizabeth Bishop. When asked what characterized the poems she loved the most, she responded “accuracy, spontaneity, mystery.” I was instantly struck by how.
On Friday, February 18th, the Daedalus Quartet will present the Philadelphia premiere of Richard Wernick’s 8th String Quartet. I asked the Quartet’s first violinist, Min-Young Kim, to speak about working on this piece. Miles Cohen: What interested the Daedalus Quartet about the composer Richard Wernick? Had the Daedalus worked with him before? Min-Young Kim: Raman.
If you’re as excited for Joyce DiDonato’s February 28th recital as I am, you may enjoy this video of the “flame toned American mezzo” performing Haydn’s “Scena di Berenice” — the first selection on her PCMS program with pianist David Zobel. Performing with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and Sir Roger Norrington, conductor, she.
As part of our new initiative exploring how artists choose the programs they present, we asked Soovin Kim of the Johannes Quartet the following questions: PCMS: Why did you choose this particular repertoire for your concert? Why perform these pieces at this time? Soovin Kim: (as edited by Peggy L. Curchack, Education Director) The Johannes.
As part of our initiative exploring how artists choose the program they present, we asked Christopher Costanza (St. Lawrence String Quartet) the following questions: PCMS: Why did you choose this particular repertoire for your concert? Why perform these pieces at this time? Christopher Costanza: Generally, the choice of programs is a joint effort between.
PCMS: Why did you choose this particular repertoire for your concert? Why perform these pieces at this time? Hai-Ye Ni: (as edited by Peggy L. Curchack, Education Director) “I chose this repertoire because I wanted a lot of variety in the program. I want to offer a recital that combines virtuosity — as is.