St Petersburg, Concert Hall

Debussy. Dohnanyi. Dvořák. Shostakovich. Schumann

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center


PERFORMERS:
Wu Han (piano)
Yuri Shadrin (piano)
Sean Lee (violin)
Arnaud Sussmann (violin)
Matthew Lipman (viola)
Paul Neubauer (viola)
Nicholas Canellakis (cello)


PROGRAMME:
Claude Debussy
Petite suite for piano four-hands

Ernő Dohnanyi
Serenade for string trio in C major, Op. 10

Antonín Dvořák
Violin Sonatina in G major, Op. 100

Dmitry Shostakovich
Impromptu for viola and piano

Robert Schumann
Piano Quintet in E-flat major, Op. 44


Engagement made possible by the generous support of Susan Elizabeth Carmel-Lehrman

About the performers

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (CMS) is known for the extraordinary quality of its performances, its inspired programming, and for setting the benchmark for chamber music worldwide. Whether at its home in Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center in New York, on leading stages throughout North America, or at prestigious venues in Europe and Asia, CMS brings together the very best international artists from an ever-expanding roster of more than 150 musicians per season. Many of these superior performances are live streamed on the CMS website, broadcast on radio and television, or made available on CD and DVD.
At the heart of its mission, CMS’ education programs bring chamber music to people from a wide range of backgrounds, ages, and levels of musical knowledge. CMS also fosters and supports the careers of young artists through the CMS Two program, which provides ongoing performance opportunities to highly gifted young instrumentalists and ensembles. As CMS approaches its 50th anniversary season in 2020, its commitment to artistic excellence and to serving the art of chamber music is stronger than ever.
Information for June 2017

Age category 6+

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