Please note that the Trio Jean Paul has cancelled. In its place we are pleased to present the Rossetti String Quartet with Rina Dokshitsky, piano.
Rossetti String Quartet
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Henry Gronnier Violin
Sara Parkins Violin
Thomas Diener Viola
Eric Gaenslen Cello
with Rina Dokshitsky Piano
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The Rossetti String Quartet is renowned for its highly sophisticated, sensual sound and extensive range of colors. The Quartet’s compelling stage presence and fresh, innovative style has won its members a devoted following.
Founded in 1996, the Rossetti String Quartet is named after 19th century Pre-Raphaelite painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti, whose artistic ideals about the use of color, poetry, and naturalism are embodied in the Quartet’s musicianship. Each member of the Quartet is an accomplished musical artist in their own right, and the aesthetic depth and insight each brings to the group helps create the intimate, provocative atmosphere that has become the Rossetti trademark.
Acclaimed for “playing with ultimate naturalness and considerable charm,” Rina has performed solo recitals in such prestigious concerts halls as the Kennedy Center, Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall, the Isabella Gardner Museum and Jordan Hall in Boston, and the Ruth Ackerd Hall in Florida. Her chamber music engagements have included appearances at such world-renowned festivals as the Spoleto Festivals – USA and Italy, Ravinia Festival, and the Grand Teton Music Festival.
|Piano Quintet in A major, Op. 5
|Piano Quintet in F minor, M. 7
“The Rossetti’s tone had a sensual finish, and its phrasing practically palpitated with ardor and mystery.” –Washington Post
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Music at Convocation Hall
Music at Convocation Hall presents a classic series celebrating the talents of teaching faculty in the University of Alberta’s Dept. of Music alongside some of the world's leading visiting artists. MACH presents two concerts this month:
MUSIC AS LANGUAGE
Sunday, January 15, 2012
Richard Van Camp | University of Alberta Faculty of Arts Writer-in-Residence
William Street | Saxophone soloist and conductor
Roger Admiral | Piano
Brian Thurgood | Percussion
University of Alberta Saxophone and Percussion Ensembles
Writer-in-Residence Richard Van Camp joins instrumental soloists Roger Admiral, Brian Thurgood, and William Street for an afternoon of improvised and prepared text and music. Featuring Music as Language by Richard Van Camp; Les 7 Iles for piano soloist and Saxophone Ensemble by Christian Lauba; and Smoking Mirrors for solo saxophone by John M. Kennedy.
Live electronics performed by Mark Hannesson. Improvisation developed by composers Andriy Talpash and Mark Hannesson.
JOSEPH LAMBERT MASSART AND HIS TIME
Saturday, January 28, 2012
Guillaume Tardif | Violin
Roger Admiral | Piano
Belgian violinist Joseph Lambert Massart (1811-1892) was a pupil of Rodolphe Kreutzer, the famed French violinist and founding father of the Paris Conservatoire. Appointed to the faculty of the Paris Conservatoire in 1843, Massart trained many of the most successful violinists of the age, from Henryk Wieniawski to Fritz Kreisler. This concert offers a rare musical panorama of the so-called ‘Franco-Belgian school of violin playing.’
$20 adults | $15 seniors | $10 students | $60 season flex pass
Tickets available at the door on the evening of the performance only
Concerts take place at:
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