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Tatiana Goncharova and Joanne Polk, pianists; Grigory Kalinovsky, violinist; and friends, with Verbal Program Notes by Dr. Jeffrey Langford
Date: Friday, August 1, 2014
Time: 8:00 pm
Location: Doctorow Center for the Arts, 7971 Main Street, Village of Hunter (CLICK HERE for directions)
Tickets Purchased Ahead: $25; $20 seniors; $7 students
(Book-ahead ticket pricing valid until 3:00 pm on August 1)
Tickets Purchased At Door: $30; $25 seniors; $7 students
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Tatiana Goncharova, pianist
“Superb pianist ... displayed a detailed and bravura technique. Compelling energy ... the performance exuded excitement.”
Grigory Kalinovsky, violinist
“... a whirlwind performance .... as dazzling a display as one might imagine ... Kalinovsky’s style throughout is bold and colorful ...”
Joanne Polk, pianist
“This is playing both distinguished and enjoyable ... Polk relishes the music and plays with joy and sparkle.”
--American Record Guide
Jeffrey Langford, musicologist and author
about Evenings at the Opera, published in 2011 by Amadeus Press:
"a rewarding read for anyone interested in opera"
--Warren Jones, Met Opera coach
"fresh and entertaining"
--Maitland Peters, MSM voice chair
Manhattan in the Mountains, a program of the Catskill Mountain Foundation, offers highly personalized rigorous musical training in solo and chamber music for violinists, violists, and pianists, ages 13 and up working under the guidance of an internationally renowned faculty. Nestled in the Catskill Mountains two hours from New York City, the festival provides a uniquely individual approach to developing musicianship. Through concerts, open master classes, lecture and other events, the public is invited to join in the process.