AN AFTERNOON OF CHAMBER MUSIC IN WASHINGTON D.C.
This coming weekend, concert pianist Victor Goldberg is appearing in a program entitled "An Afternoon of Enchanting Chamber Music" to take place in Washington D.C.
The program features
Violin Sonata in B flat Major, K. 570
Serenade in C Major for String Trio
Piano Quartet in E flat Major, Op. 47
Victor Goldberg will be joined by four renowned international soloists:
Giora Schmidt Violinist is a former pupil of Itzhak Perlman and has appeared with orchestras of Cleveland, Philadelphia, Chicago, Detroit, and the The Israel Philharmonic.
Gabrielle Fink Violinist is a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music and has toured and played with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Americas, Miami Symphony and the New World Symphony .
Milan Milisavljevic Violist is the Assistant Principal Viola with the Metropolitan Opera in New York and was described as "very imaginative, with a fine, cultured tone" by The Strad magazine.
Adrian Daurov Cellist has performed at Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, and Merkin Hall in New York, and collaborated with artists like Josh Groban, Frank Ocean, and Alicia Keys.
Time and Location:
Sunday, November 18th @ 3PM (Reception Follows)
The Church of the Epiphany,1317 G Street, Washington, DC
(one block from Metro Center at 12th and G streets)
For Reservations Call : 540-899-2793
The concert serves as a benefit for Key Vive Arts Foundation , a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the human spirit through music. Victor Goldberg is the Artistic Director of Key Vive Arts Foundation. Please find more information at keyvivearts.org.
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Lauded for his sophisticated combination of lyrical prowess, riveting intensity and artful poise, US-based, award-winning, Russian-Israeli concert pianist Victor Goldberg has been widely considered one of the most important artists of his generation. Possessing a highly personal and individual approach to any music he interprets, Victor Goldberg has been hailed by music critics worldwide as a “poetic and pianistic wonder.”
With “technique to burn” (The Washington Post), Victor Goldberg has performed in such prestigious venues as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, the Wiener Konzerthaus in Vienna, Dvorak Hall of Rudolfinum in Prague, and the Oriental Arts Center in Shanghai.