Northeast Massachusetts Youth Orchestras Present
Warm Music for a Winter's Night
The Complete Brahms Piano Trios
Friday, January 25, 2013 @ 7:30 pm
Mia Chung, Piano
Elizabeth Ann Larson, Violin
Soo Bae, Cello
Three world-class artists, acclaimed for their "technical brilliance," "breathtaking virtuosity" and "smooth and stylish" performances, come together for a night in support of NMYO.
Johannes Brahms, Piano Trio, No. 1 in B Major, Op. 8
Johannes Brahms, Piano Trio, No. 2 in C Major, Op. 87
Johannes Brahms, Piano Trio, No. 3 in c minor, Op. 101
$150 - Premier seating, Meet the Artists post concert dessert reception,
acknowledgement in concert
$100 - Premier seating, acknowledgement in concert program
$65- Concert only
$35 – Concert only
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About the Artists
Pianist Mia Chung. Described as “uncommonly insightful, individualistic, lively” and “technically dazzling” by the New York Times, Ms. Chung has enjoyed great success as a recitalist, concerto soloist and chamber musician. In 1993, she won the Concert Artists Guild Competition and received the Avery Fisher Career Grant in 1997, the highest recognition for young concert artists in the United States. As a concerto soloist, she has appeared with numerous prestigious orchestras around the world. See www.bach-cantatas.com
Violinist Elizabeth Ann Larson. An internationally-known soloist and chamber musician with North Andover roots, who first soloed with the Milwaukee Symphony at age 7 and with the Boston Pops at age 11. The Boston Globe has touted her “great charm and refinement…and…breathtaking virtuosity.” Ms. Larson has performed with some of the most renowned conductors and musicians, and in many of the most storied concert halls around the world. See www.faculty.biola.edu
Cellist Soo Bae. Described by The New Yorker as “superb” and by The Strad as “rich and romantic with crisp incisive technique,” Ms. Bae has been honored as the musician of the month in Musical America Magazine, won the 2005 Concert Artists Guild International Competition, and has performed as guest soloist in concerto engagements throughout the U.S., in her native Canada, and abroad. www.soobae.com.
Mr. & Mrs. Will H. Trayes
Pulsifer & Associates- Private Trustee and Investment Councilor
Cape Ann Waldorf School
Proceeds from this unique performance will benefit special programs, community outreach concerts and NMYO’s scholarship fund.
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**Patron and Benefactor tickets purchased before January 18th will be acknowledged in the concert program.