Ringwood friends of music/ Bach concert
7:00 PM19:00

Ringwood friends of music/ Bach concert

Prelude in G Major from Suite for solo cello No. 1: James Kim 

Vivace in G Minor from Gamba Sonata No. 3: Sujin Lee and Elliot Figg

 Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B Minor, BWV 1097:

Allegro from Cantata BWV 209 –

Bach Brandenburg 6 mvt 2

Andrew Gonzalez and Matthew Cohen Viola


Sinfonia in G Major from Cantata “Himmelskönig, sei willkommen”, BWV 182 -

Presto from G minor Solo Violin Sonata no. 1 

Violin Concerto in A Minor, BWV 1041: 

Violin Concerto in E Major, BWV 1042 - 

Keyboard Concerto in D Minor, BWV 1052 

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Celebrating John Eaton's Legacy
8:00 PM20:00

Celebrating John Eaton's Legacy

Presented by John Eaton Foundation

  • DATE | Sat, Mar 30, 2019

  • TIME | 8pm

  • PRICES | Free

  • THEATER | Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theatre

Expected Run Time is 135 minutes minutes

The John Eaton Foundation presents a very special concert to honor the beloved late composer on what would have been his 84th birthday. Celebrating John Eaton's Legacy will present John Eaton's Sor Juana Songs as well as works by former students Richard Cameron-WolfeWinnie CheungJalalu-Kalvert NelsonCarol Ann WeaverMarc SatterwhiteEugene O'BrienPatricia MoreheadJudith Sainte Croix and Randolph Peters

Produced by Nelda Nelson-Eaton & Alanna Maharajh Stone


  • Kate Maroney, mezzo-soprano

  • Deanne Meek, mezzo-soprano

  • Mary-Catherine Pazzano, contralto

  • The Bowers-Fader Duo: Jessica Bowers, mezzo-soprano & Oren Fader, guitar

  • Roberta Michel, flutes

  • Vasko Dukovski, bass clarinet

  • Daniel Lippel, guitar

  • Jalalu-Kalvert Nelson, trumpet

  • Irena Portenko, piano

  • Carol Ann Weaver, piano

  • Patricia Morehead, oboe d'amore/oboe, electronics

  • Yumi Kurosawa, koto

  • Christopher Otto, violin

  • Kobi Malkin, violin

  • Siwoo Kim, violin

  • Andrew Gonzalez, viola

  • Jared Blajian, cello

  • Randolph Peters, electr


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Chamber music with Musica Viva
3:00 PM15:00

Chamber music with Musica Viva

Love is in the Air (Sunday, February 17th, 3:00pm)

Avanti Ensemble members David Ehrlich, violin, Benjamin Wyatt, cello, and Teresa Ehrlich, piano, are joined by guest violist, Andrew Gonzalez. Program includes the beautiful Schumann Piano Trio in D Minor, and the dramatic Brahms A Major Piano Quartet.


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Barge Music Here and Now Series/ Sonata premiere
to Jan 6

Barge Music Here and Now Series/ Sonata premiere

Scott Wheeler Whispered Sarabande (*World Premiere)

  • Dina Pruzhansky “Under the Red Moon”  (*US Premiere)

  • Joel Hoffman “étude – pour les symmetries” (revised version, *World Premiere)

  • Robert Kendall Brevis historia mundi for viola and piano (*World Premiere)

  • Daniel Schnyder 2 Beasts and the Beauty (*World Premiere)COLOSSUS OF SOUND + new duos trios and quartets for Violin, cello, Sax and Bass Trombone

  • Alex Weiser “Silent for the Rain” for cello and piano (*World Premiere)

  • David Taylor “Suite Ghironda Galumphtoso”(*World Premiere): Duo for Bass Trombone and Alto Flute  “Der Leiermann”; Duo for Violin and Bass Trombone “Ghironda Galumphtoso”

Mark Peskanov, violin; Semplice Players: Paul Won Jin Cho, clarinet, Adelya Nartadjieva, violin, Julian Schwarz, cello, Dina Pruzhansky, piano; Woori Kim, piano; Andrew Gonzalez, viola; Maxwell Foster, piano; Julian Schwarz, cello; Marika Bournaki, piano; Cecile Gruebler, cello, Daniel Schnyder, sax; David Taylor, bass trombone


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Heifetz on Tour
to Dec 11

Heifetz on Tour

‘Tis The Season! Join us Tuesday night, December 11th at 7:30 p.m. for a very special concert of the season: The Heifetz Holiday Homecoming! Our all-star cast of Heifetz alumni and friends includes guitarist Robby Brownviolinists Danny Jin, and Kiarra Saito- Beckman, violist Andrew Gonzalez, and cellist Zhihao Wu, all #Heifetz2018 performers returning to the region for the first time since they dazzled us with their artistry during the summertime.    

The concert will be one of Baroque favorites, timeless classics, and Yuletide delights in the spectacular and spacious new Grisham Hall on the campus of St. Anne’s-Belfiled School in Charlottesville. Selections will include Vivaldi’s infectious Guitar Concerto in D major, the rollicking Fandango by Luigi Boccherini, selections from Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite and more.  You won’t want to miss the dazzling virtuosity and poignant passion of these young Heifetz performers. Hallelujah!

Tickets are $28 general admission; $15 for students, and children under 13 free accompanied by an adult.  Parking is free and plentiful on the St. Anne’s-Belfield campus, conveniently located near downtown Charlottesville.

All proceeds will benefit the Heifetz Institutes’s  Shenandoah Scholarship Campaign, with a goal of raising $200,000 in scholarship support for students for the 2019 Heifetz International Music Institute, taking place at Mary Baldwin Unviersity from June 27 to Aug. 10, 2019.

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7:30 PM19:30


Literati II: Fantasy

Friday, November 30th at 7:30p.m.

The Old Stone House 

336 3rd Street Brooklyn, NY 11215

PhiloSonia’s second installment invites you to revisit some of the most beloved fairy tales from your childhood. The program presents some works directly inspired by stories (Beauty and the Beast, Princes and the Frog, Tom Thumb, Sleeping Beauty) while others leave the details to your imagination. 

R. Schumann - Märchenbilder for Piano and Viola, Op. 113 

G. Kurtág - Hommage à Robert Schumann Op. 15/d for Clarinet, Viola, Piano 

W. Bolcom - Fairy Tales for Viola, Cello, Double Bass 

M. Ravel- Ma mère L’Oye for Piano Four Hands 

S. Wheeler - Dream Songs for Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Clarinet and Piano

(World Premiere, PhiloSonia Commission)

      Andrew Gonzalez, viola       Michael Katz, cello

     Vasko Dukovski, clarinet       TBA, double bass

            Dimitri Dover, piano       Michael Brofman, piano

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