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Heifetz is turning 21 this year, so to celebrate, we teamed up with The Wine Cellar this past Friday. Here are some photos from the evening of music-themed wines and our very own chamber student Clare Bradford, alumnus Sam Weiser, and faculty pianist Carlos Avila performing. ... See MoreSee Less
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Tonight is our second Stars of Tomorrow concert in Francis Auditorium! If you missed out on last night's amazing performance, you will not want to miss this one featuring works by Debussy, Shostakovich, and Schumann, performed by cellists Juan-Salvador Carrasco, Clare Bradford, and Assif Binness, along with violinists Liucong Pamela Feng, Youjin Lee, Sein An, and Quanshuai Li. As always, these students will be accompanied by our esteemed faculty pianists such as Carlos Avila, Anton Smirnoff, Dina Vainshtein, Stefan Petrov, and Andrew Rosenblum. ... See MoreSee Less
Heifetz Festival of Concerts: Stars of Tomorrow Chamber Music (06/28/17)
Francis Auditorium, Mary Baldwin University
Masterworks of the chamber music repertoire, with pride of place given to the 16 Heifetz students enrolled in the Ashkenasi/Kirshbaum Chamber Music Seminar, co-directed by violinist Shmuel Ashkenasi a...
Our “Mondays on Market” series for summer 2017 features string-only performances in two landmark buildings on Market Street in historic downtown Staunton, VA: The Blackfriars Playhouse of the American Shakespeare Center (located at 10 S. Market Street), or the 1925 Temple House of Israel, a historic Moorish Revival synagogue a block up the street at […]
One thing I can say about Martinu is that he writes a lot of notes! So says our Artist in Residence cellist Mo Mo, who joined last year with pianist Carlos Avila to play the Czech composer’s highly rhythmic, highly amusing, and note-heavy “Variations on a Theme by Rossini” – the theme coming from […]