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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Clarinet and piano recital - Monday, August 20 at noon

Join us for the final concert of our 2018 Summer Noontime Concert Series.

Clarinettist Paul Green and pianist Doris Stevenson perform music by Debussy, Brahms, and Poulenc.

The concert is free - free will donations are welcome.

Paul Green has an active musical career both in Western Massachusetts and South Florida. He is the First Clarinetist of the Broad Street Symphony in Kinderhook, NY and the Berkshire Symphony in Williamstown and has performed with the Albany Symphony, Albany Pro Musica, Salisbury Sinfonietta and Springfield Symphony Orchestras. 
He is a faculty member of Skidmore College, Williams College, and the Berkshire Music School, and will be joining the faculty of Schenectady Community College in the Fall of 2018.

Doris Stevenson has won lavish praise from critics and public alike in performances around the world.  She has soloed with the Boston Pops, played at Carnegie Hall and Alice Tully Hall in New York, the Kennedy Center in Wahington D.C., Salle Pleyel in Paris, Sala de Musica Arango in Bogota, and Suntory Hall in Tokyo.  Her acute sensitivity and musicianship have made her a sought-after partner with some of the leading lights in string playing.  She has performed with Gregor Piatigorsky, Ruggiero Ricci and Paul Tortelier, great players of the past.  Early in her career she was invited by Heifetz and Piatigorsky to perform with them in their chamber concerts.  She was pianist for the cello master classes of Piatigorsky, who described her as “an artist of the highest order." 

Viola duo recital - Monday, August 13 at noon

Monday, August 6, 2018

Free piano concert - Saturday Aug 11 at 4:30

Julia Choi 
in concert

Julia Choi performs music by Mendelssohn, Debussy, Liszt, Bartók, Chopin, and Kapustin on Saturday, August 11 at 4:30.

The concert is free and open to the public.

Yeojin “Julia” Choi is a rising junior at Williams College. She was born and raised in South Korea until she moved to California at the age of 10. She has always loved music and was able to share her passion for music with her mother, who is a professional pianist. 

Julia has won numerous awards and recognitions in the Southwestern Youth Music Festival, Music Teachers’ Association of California’s Certificate of Merit Program, and Lansum International Music Festival.