Don’t Miss These Exciting FREE Concerts!
And save the date for the spring concert on May 4, 2014, 4 p.m., at Corpus Christi Church.Eleanor Perrone, Piano
Esther Ning-Ya u, Piano
Sunday, October 6, 2013,2 p.m.,
Lawrence Public Library
Enjoy pianists Eleanor Perrone and Esther Ning-Yau as they perform piano duets featuring the music of Gluck, Bach, Schumann, Rachmaninov, Debussy, and more.
Pianist Eleanor Perrone's commitment to the music she is playing is conveyed to
the audience with electric energy and technical audacity. As stated by The Boston Globe, "Perrone is a pianist who makes you listen." Her concerto performances have consistently elicited from the entire audience a rousing standing ovation, from Brazil to Boston's Symphony Hall.
Trained at the Juilliard School and Boston University,
Ms. Perrone is currently on the piano faculty of the Community Programs Division of the Longy School of Music of Bard College in Cambridge, Mass., where she formerly served as associate chair and chair of piano in community programs. She also teaches privately and is adjunct faculty at Concord Academy in Concord, Mass. Her recording of Beethoven's Diabelli Variations and Bagatelles, Opus 126 is available on Amazon and CD Baby.
Pianist Esther Ning-Yau is a native of Hong Kong and an avid chamber musician. She has appeared in solo and chamber recitals internationally, including at the Museum of Arts in Puerto Rico, Jordan Hall in Boston, and the Hong Kong Government House. As a founding member of the New Piano Quartet, the Innonet Trio, and Duo Anime, she has performed in the New England area as part of the Harvard Epworth Church Concert Series, WCRB Live at Copley, and First Night Boston.
Ms. Ning-Yau is currently on the piano faculty at the Longy School of Music of Bard College and the New School of Music in Cambridge, Mass. She is a staff accompanist at the Boston Conservatory and the Meadowmount School of Music in New York.
===========================================================Lisa Caliri, Piano
Joel Moerschel, Cello
Sunday, November 3, 2013, 2 p.m.,
Lawrence Public Library
Don’t miss the pianist Lisa Caliri and cellist Joel Moerschel for an afternoon
concert featuring the music of Barber, Beethoven, and Schumann.
Pianist Lisa Caliri has performed throughout the United States, Europe, and
Asia, at such venues as Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York City and the
National Concert Hall in Taipei. She was an orchestral soloist with the Czech
Radio Orchestra and the Brookline Symphony Orchestra, among others, and has
also appeared as a chamber musician in concerts sponsored by the American
Music Center and Harvard University Group for New Music. Ms. Caliri has been
broadcast on radio in Italy, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Romania, Canada, and the
United States, and has appeared on WCVB-TV, channel 5 and Boston Nightshift-
Children’s Special. She has received numerous prestigious awards for her
performances. Ms. Caliri has recorded Three Dreams by James Centorino with
Joel Moerschel for Centorino Productions and can be heard on Albany Records,
SAI Recording Project, and Mark Masters labels.
Cellist Joel Moerschel, was born in Oak Park, Illinois and received his early
musical training from Chicago Symphony cellist Nicolai Zedeler and from Karl
Fruh, professor of music at the Chicago Musical College. He joined the Boston
Symphony Orchestra in 1970 and occupied the Sandra and David Bakalar chair
until his retirement in 2003. He has appeared as soloist with the Boston Pops and
other community orchestras in the Boston area. Mr. Moerschel has performed
on numerous occasions as a soloist, chamber musician, and contemporary
music cellist with the Wheaton Trio, Francesco and Amici String Quartets, the
Boston Musica Viva, and Collage New Music. He has been on the music faculties
of Wheaton and Wellesley College, and the Boston University Tanglewood
Institute. He presently teaches privately in Boston.
=============================================================All Concerts Begin At 2 P.M., and
are FREE and open to the public.
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Free Choral Concert
The New England Classical Singers
– renowned soloists and orchestra –
will be performing The Seven Last
Words of Christ with the Lawrence
High School Girls Ensemble on
May 4, 2014 at 4 p.m. at The
Corpus Christi (Holy Rosary)
Church in Lawrence, 35 Essex St.,