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TOURING ARTISTS & ENSEMBLES

2019 2020 OPUS3ARTISTS.COM


BALLET REVOLUCIÓN

MEOW MEOW

SHANGHAI BALLET

MozART GROUP

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NEW PROJECTS


VIENNA BOYS CHOIR

VOCTAVE

VOCES8

NEW YORK POLYPHONY

TREY MCLAUGHLIN & THE SOUNDS OF ZAMAR

THE TEN TENORS

CHANTICLEER

VOCAL ENSEMBLES


BASEL CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

NFM WROCLAW PHILHARMONIC

ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN IN THE FIELDS

October 10-16, 2019

Giancarlo Guererro, Music Director

February 13 – March 4, 2020

Piotr Anderszewski, Piano & Leader

January 12-26, 2020 Jan Lisiecki, Piano

Program

POULENC Sinfonietta MOZART Piano Concerto No. 12 in A Major, KV 414 SATIE Gymnopédie No. 1 and No. 3 (1888) bearbeitet für Orchester von Claude Debussy (1898) MOZART Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major, K. 488

January 27 - February 2, 2020

Piano Concerto No. 17 in G Major, K. 453

DVORÁK Symphony No. 9 in E minor, “From the New World”, Op. 95, B. 178

OR

MINNESOTA ORCHESTRA October 14-20, 2019

Joshua Bell, Music Director & Violin

Midori, Violin

Program To Include

CHOPIN Piano Concerto No. 2 in F minor, Op. 21 SZYMANOWSKI Violin Concerto No. 1, Op. 35 BRAHMS Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68

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LUTOSŁAWSKI Concerto for Orchestra

West Coast Only Osmo Vänskä, Music Director

Program

ALL SIBELIUS

To Include

Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47

January 21-26, 2020 Midwest Only

All programs subject to change. Photos: Lukas Beck, Andy Staples, Chris Owyoung, Lisa Kohler, Johan Persson, Harmony Nicholas, Ottavio Tomasini, Shervin Lainez, Holger Jan Lisiecki appears courtesy of Dorn Music GmbH, Midori appears courtesy of Intermusica, Boris Berezovsky app

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THE KNIGHTS February 23 - March 8, 2020 Colin & Eric Jacobsen, Co-Artistic Directors Eric Jacobsen, Conductor Gil Shaham, Violin

Program 1

LIGETI Concert Românesc (IV. Molto Vivace) BRAHMS Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 77 KODÁLY Dances of Galánta KURTÁG Signs, Games, and Messages BRAHMS Hungarian Dances (Selections, arr. The Knights)

Program 2

REBEL “Les Cahos” from Les Élémens BEETHOVEN Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 61 KODÁLY Dances of Galánta KURTÁG Signs, Games, and Messages BRAHMS Hungarian Dances (Selections, arr. The Knights)

ST. PETERSBURG PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA March 2-22, 2020 Yuri Temirkanov, Artistic Director & Chief Conductor Nikolai Alexeev, Deputy Artistic Director Boris Berezovsky, Piano Pamela Frank, Violin

Program 1 To Include

SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No. 7 in C Major, Op. 60, Leningrad

Program 2 To Include

PROKOFIEV Symphony No. 5 in B-flat Major, Op. 100 RIMSKY-KORSAKOV Scheherazade, Op. 35

LES VIOLONS DU ROY April 20 - May 3, 2020 Jonathan Cohen, Music & Artistic Director Avi Avital, Mandolin

Program

J.S. BACH Brandenburg Concerto No 3 in G Major, BWV 1048 VIVALDI Chamber Concerto in D Major, RV 93 (arr. Avi Avital) J.S. BACH Concerto BWV 1041 in A minor (arr. for mandolin) VIVALDI Mandolin Concerto in C Major, RV 425 VIVALDI Concerto for 2 Cellos in G minor J.S. BACH Concerto BWV 1055 in A Major

OR

MUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition

Hage, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Alan Kerr, Eric Moore, Luke Ratray, Atwood Photographie, Juri Bogomaz, Tony Matula, MG de Saint Venant licenced to Virgin Classics. pears courtesy of Productions Internationales Albert Sarfati. Piotr Anderszewski appears courtesy of Askonas Holt.

ORCHESTRAS

2020


DANCE

ALVIN AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER

AILEY II

“During the course of its six decades as a cultural phenomenon, Ailey has created a unique and enduring bond with its audiences.” Chicago Sun-Times

“The entire company looks terrific. Clearly, the future is theirs.” The New York Times

SHANGHAI BALLET

BALLETBOYZ

“As one might expect from the Shanghai Ballet, the three lead dancers exuded stage presence. But that might also be said of the entire company, which made each step look at once spontaneous and inevitable.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch

“This is dance at its most riveting and fearless. “ The Independent


Photos: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s Samantha Figgins and Jeroboam Bozeman by Andrew Eccles; Ailey II by Kyle Froman; BalletBoyz by Elliott Franks; Ballet Revolución by Johan Persson; New York City Ballet’s Lauren Lovette & Chase Finlay in Polyphonia by Paul Koknik; Joffrey Ballet’s Christine Rocas & Rory Hohenstein by Cheryl Mann; Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company by Paul B. Goode

BALLET REVOLUCIÓN

NEW YORK CITY BALLET

“Their jumps are astounding, their control is as strong as steel and their free-spirited joy for dance is infectious.“ Sunday Herald Sun, Australia

“The foremost creative ballet troupe in the world.” The New York Times

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JOFFREY BALLET

BILL T. JONES/ARNIE ZANE COMPANY

“Balletgoing rarely gets more rewarding, and the dancers reach for — and often grasp — new levels of achievement.” Chicago Tribune

“Moment by moment the Jones/Zane choreography knows how to grab your attention. Pronounced contrasts of dynamics, space, direction and scale proliferate.” The New York Times


JAZZ THEATER CONTEMPORARY AND WORLD MUSIC BRANFORD MARSALIS A 21st Century mainstay of artistic excellence. ­“Saxophonist Marsalis leads one of the most c­ ohesive, intense small jazz ensembles on the scene today.” ­Associated Press

PHILHARMONIX

VOCTAVE

This unique ensemble brings together members of the Vienna and Berlin Philharmonics, an Austrian pianist and a singing violinist to mix a deliciously heady cocktail of classical, jazz, klezmer, Latin, and pop music.

Voctave’s gorgeous a cappella arrangements of Disney and Broadway hits have received millions of views on YouTube and Facebook.

MOZART GROUP

ROCKY BLEIER-THE PLAY

“It’s wonderful to hear an auditorium filled with l­aughter – and at a string quartet!” Mitch Gershenfeld, President & CEO, McCallum Theatre

“An entertaining and insightful look at the man behind the number 20 on his jersey.” Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


THE CHIEFTAINS

SILKROAD ENSEMBLE

WITH PADDY MOLONEY

“Music this beautifully articulated allows cultures to talk to one a­ nother across time, space,­­language, and other divides.” AllMusic

The Silkroad Ensemble creates music that engages ­difference, sparking radical cultural collaboration and passion-driven learning to build a more hopeful world. “A roving musical laboratory without walls.” Boston Globe

JAZZ IN THE KEY OF ELLISON

MNOZIL BRASS

A concert production inspired by the musical life of iconic writer Ralph Ellison, presented in music, words, and images.

“Mnozil Brass is one of the funniest, and most creative, chamber groups on the planet.” Classicalite

BUMPER JACKSONS The Bumper Jacksons pull together a vast array of early American traditions into a deliciously cohesive sound that strikes you right in the heart. Country swing, old-time blues, brassed-up bluegrass — ­ these high-spirit wonders do and love it all. “If you like Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks, Asleep at the Wheel and Squirrel Nut Zippers, you’d be wise to check out Bumper Jacksons.” No Depression

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EMN: ENSEMBLE MIK NAWOOJ Led by classically trained composer/pianist JooWan Kim, Ensemble Mik Nawooj (EMN), the ten-piece Hip-Hop orchestra, with MCs/lyricists Do D.A.T. and Sandman, injects classical compositional techniques into hip-hop. The result is “like the world’s fastest ping-pong game: they can make you dizzy, trying to hear and see everything at once, and you do...No one seems capable of hitting a predictable note.” Pitchfork

AMIR EL SAFFAR’S

KUNÉ CANADA’S GLOBAL ORCHESTRA

RIVERS OF SOUND ORCHESTRA

KUNÉ was developed by The Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto to explore and celebrate Canada’s cultural diversity and pluralism, and to find a common language through music.

“A towering statement of purpose—wise to many ­traditions, even while it remains accessible to anyone.” Pitchfork

KAYHAN KALHOR

CRISTINA PATO

“A great master who e­ mbodies the core principles of this style of music...but then takes that tradition to new places.” NPR

“Her sound is wild, feral yet virtuosic and breathtakingly fast. She leads a similarly explosive band with accordion and a rhythm section.” Lucid Culture


TREY MCLAUGHLIN

AARON DIEHL TRIO

AND THE SOUNDS OF ZAMAR

Pianist Aaron Diehl is one of the most sought after jazz virtuosos, consistently playing with what the New York Times describes as “melodic precision, harmonic erudition, and elegant restraint.”

With expressive vocals and i­ntricate arrangements of ­contemporary gospel, they are one of the brightest new groups on the gospel scene.

PATTI LUPONE

MEOW MEOW

“The American musical theater’s greatest living star.” San Francisco Chronicle

The spectacular, crowd-surfing tragi-comedienne is “sensational” (The Times, UK) and a “diva of the highest order” (New York Post).

STORM LARGE “Storm Large and her band, Le Bonheur, delivered a bold and memorable set of songs that you would be highly unlikely to hear anywhere else...Large dramatically interprets classic jazz, rock, and punk songs with her body, her eyes, her devilish smile, and a truly remarkable voice.” Louisville Magazine Photos: Liz Linder, Michael O. Snyder, Palma Kolansky, Max Parovsky, Ottavio Tomasini, Alice Gebura, courtesy of Walker Art Center, Nicola Betts, Greg Sykes, Xan Padron, Jaime Kahn, Axel Dupeux, Magnus Hastings, Laura Domela


FILMS & MULTIMEDIA

SILVERADO

JUDY GARLAND IN CONCERT

Composer Bruce Broughton’s score for the 1985 film ­Silverado earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Score. Directed by Lawrence Kasdan (The Big Chill, The Accidental Tourist) the film starred Kevin Kline, Scott Glenn, Rosanna Arquette, Danny Glover, and Kevin Costner. The blockbuster w ­ estern ­premiered in May 2016 by the Chicago Symphony, with Richard Kaufman on the podium.

The legendary voice and performance v ­ isuals of Judy Garland are combined with live symphony orchestra to create a remarkable concert event. Judy Garland in Concert features over two dozen of her greatest m ­ usical hits, including “The T ­ rolley Song,” “The Man That Got Away,” and “Over the Rainbow.”

THE COSMOS: AN HD ODYSSEY

NORTH BY NORTHWEST

The final ­ installment of the Houston ­ Symphony’s ­innovative film t­ rilogy that began with The Planets and The Earth, The Cosmos: An HD Odyssey is set to the score of Dvorák’s popular New World Symphony while the audience watches Duncan Copp’s ­ breathtaking images of far distant galaxies, nebulae and other ­astronomical wonders.

Regarded as one of the greatest films of all time and one of Hitchcock’s most memorable pictures, North by ­Northwest is now available for presentation with full symphony ­orchestra. The classic spy tale of mistaken identity and intrigue s­ tars Cary Grant, Eva Marie Staint, and James Mason, and features a score by Bernard ­Herrmann.

N O T E S


OPENING NIGHTS

PATTI LUPONE

STORM LARGE

FAR AWAY PLACES | COULDA WOULDA SHOULDA

CRAZY ARC OF LOVE | LOVE, LUST & ROCK N’ ROLL | JOYFUL NOISE

Broadway legend Patti LuPone celebrates her 70th birthday in 2019 with Far Away Places—sharing her love of travel and the places her career has taken her. Her show Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda features songs from Hair, Bye, Bye Birdie, Funny Girl, and, of course, from her Tony Award-winning performances in Evita and Gypsy.

Storm Large is a powerful presence on the symphony stage—from Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center to the steps of the US Capitol and everywhere in between. “The orchestra shone throughout, but [...] show stealer Ms. Large was sensational...” New York Times

MEOW MEOW

RICHARD KAUFMAN

Post-post-modern diva Meow Meow has h ­ ypnotized, inspired, and terrified audiences with unique c ­ reations and sell-out seasons from Lincoln C ­ enter and Berlin’s Bar Jeder Vernunft to London’s West End and the Sydney Opera House. The spectacular crowd-surfing ­ ­tragi-­comedienne’s works have been curated by David Bowie, Pina Bausch, and numerous arts festivals.

THE MUSIC OF JOHN WILLIAMS | OSCAR NIGHT ON THE RED CARPET | HEROES & SUPERHEROES

From conducting the world premiere of Star Trek ­Beyond live in IMAX to ­stepping in for John Williams with the Boston Pops, GRAMMY-winner R ­ichard Kaufman is one of A ­ merica’s foremost conductors of film music. Kaufman engages the audience with s­ tories from over 20 years supervising music at MGM Studios.

N O T E S


ENSEMBLES

THE CHIEFTAINS

VOCTAVE

Since 1962, Paddy Moloney and The Chieftains have won six GRAMMYs and been highly recognized for ­reinventing t­ raditional Irish music on a ­contemporary and International scale. “If common sense tells you they can’t go on forever, you wouldn’t know it from their ­electrifying performance.” Boston Globe

An a cappella group known for their ­ gorgeous ­performances of Disney and Broadway hits, m ­ embers of Voctave have roots with Walt Disney World ­entertainment and have performed all over the world and on countless recordings. Between Facebook and YouTube, the group has received more than 100 million views on their videos.

MozART GROUP

THE TEN TENORS

The Monty Python of string quartets take over North America with their unique musical cabaret. These highly-trained instrumentalists have been delighting audiences around the globe by creating uproarious ­vignettes from an unlikely source, classical music.

Australia’s “vocal wonder from down ­under” (­ Broadway World), The TEN T ­enors remain one of the most ­successful crossover vocal groups of all time, with more than 90 ­ million people worldwide witnessing their ­unmistakable charm, ­camaraderie and vocal ­power. “If you thought the sound of three tenors was ­impressive, just wait until you hear what ten can do.” New York Times

Photos: Ottavio Tomasini, Kevin McIntyre, Dave Collins, Alex Cherney, Rahav, Laura Domela, Magnus Hastings

N O T E S


TRIOS | QUARTETS | ENSEMBLES

C H A M B E R M U S I C

philharmonix

This unique ensemble brings together members of the Vienna and Berlin ­Philharmonics, an Austrian pianist and a singing violinist to mix a deliciously heady cocktail of classical, jazz, klezmer, Latin, and pop music.

colin currie group

FEBRUARY 15 - MARCH 1, 2020 “played with an unassuming virtuosity and a well-nigh faultless sense of ­ensemble.” The Guardian STEVE REICH Clapping Music | Sextet | Mallet Quartet | Quartet

brooklyn rider

calidore String ­Quartet

montrose trio

New York Philharmonic String ­Quartet­

“a Beethoven-goes-indie foray into making classical music ­accessible but also celebrating why it was good in the first place” (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette), ­Brooklyn Rider will offer Healing Modes, which pairs Beethoven’s Opus 132 with five compact new commissions, as well as an eclectic series of collaborations.

"Violinist Beaver displayed a remarkably beautiful tone and a finely tuned sense of phrasing, while cellist Greensmith revealed an almost vocal quality to his playing...Pianist Parker showed himself to be nimble, witty and delightfully ­interactive, never allowing the piano to overwhelm the stringed instruments, an ever-present danger in chamber music." (Cleveland Plain Dealer)

“In a scene crowded with excellent young ensembles, the Calidore String ­Quartet can assert itself with pride.” (The New York Times) Their diverse ­program offerings include a Music Accord commission from Anna Clyne, and music from their new album.

"Founded last year, the ensemble is comprised of four principal musicians from New York’s fabled orchestra...With many solo accomplishments, together they displayed cohesiveness, balance, perfect intonation and a refreshing non-­theatrical stage presence...each of its members’ solos tackled with utmost taste and technical precision." (Palm Beach Daily News)


ORCHESTRAS | ENSEMBLES

colin currie & jack quartet FULL EVENING PROGRAM

NOVEMBER 8 – 17, 2019

SUZANNE FARRIN New work percussion & string quartet | premieres 2018 ROLF WALLIN Realismos Magicos solo percussion SIMON HOLT Quadriga percussion & string quartet | premieres 2018 ZOSHA DI CASTRI String Quartet string quartet STEVE MARTLAND Starry Night percussion & string quartet

ONE HOUR PROGRAM

joshua roman & jack quartet SAMPLE PROGRAM

GESUALDO Three Madrigals for Five Voices arr. Streisfeld LIGETI Sonata (Roman) FRIEDMAN “Quintet’ commissioned by Town Hall Seattle WOLFE Early That Summer (JACK Quartet) ROMAN Tornado

XENAKIS Rebonds B solo percussion SIMON HOLT Quadriga percussion & string quartet | premieres 2018 SUZANNE FARRIN New work percussion & string quartet | premieres 2018 XENAKIS Tetras string quartet

les violons du roy

APRIL 20 - MAY 3, 2020

JONATHAN COHEN, MUSIC DIRECTOR AVI AVITAL, MANDOLIN PROGRAM

J.S. BACH Brandenburg Concerto No 3 in G Major, BWV 1048 VIVALDI Chamber Concerto in D Major, RV 93 arr. A. Avital J.S. BACH Concerto BWV 1041 in A minor arr. for mandolin VIVALDI Mandolin Concerto in C Major, RV 425 VIVALDI Concerto for 2 Cellos in G minor J.S. BACH Concerto BWV 1056 in G minor mandolin, original in F minor

the knights

COLIN & ERIC JACOBSEN, CO-ARTISTIC DIRECTORS ERIC JACOBSEN,CONDUCTOR GIL SHAHAM, VIOLIN PROGRAM 1

LIGETI Concert Românesc (IV. Molto Vivace) BRAHMS Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 77 KODÁLY Dances of Galánta KURTÁG Signs, Games, and Messages BRAHMS Hungarian Dances Selections, arr. The Knights

PROGRAM 2 OPUS3ARTISTS.COM All programs subject to change. PHOTOS: Linda Nylund, Hayley Young, Shervin Lainez, Atwood Photographie, Harald Hoffmann, Luke Ratray, Max Parovsky, Chris Gloag, Erin Baiano, Sophie Zhai, Shayne Gray

FEBRUARY 23 - MARCH 8, 2020

REBEL “Les Cahos” from Les Élémens BEETHOVEN Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 61 KODÁLY Dances of Galánta KURTÁG Signs, Games, and Messages BRAHMS Hungarian Dances Selections, arr. The Knights


BENJAMIN BEILMAN VIOLIN ANDREW TYSON PIANO SAMPLE PROGRAM 1 MOZART k. 454 POULENC Sonata for Violin and Piano MOZART k. 306 SAINT-SAËNS Sonata No. 1 SAMPLE PROGRAM 2 BEETHOVEN Violin sonata No. 5 “Spring” RZEWSKI Demons BRITTEN Suite Op. 6 PROKOFIEV Violin Sonata in D Op. 94b

INON BARNATAN PIANO ALISA WEILERSTEIN CELLO

SÉRGIO & ODAIR ASSAD GUITAR

GIL SHAHAM VIOLIN AKIRA EGUCHI PIANO

AVI AVITAL MANDOLIN BRIDGET KIBBEY HARP

PROGRAM BEETHOVEN Complete Sonatas for Cello & Piano

Andrew Tyson appears courtesy of Arts Management Group.

AVI AVITAL MANDOLIN KSENIJA SIDOROVA ACCORDIAN OCTOBER 9-13, 2019 KREISLER Praeludium and Allegro “in the Style of Pugnani” MOZART Sonata No. 21 in E minor K304 originally for violin and piano STRAVINSKY Suite Italienne originally for cello and piano BACH Partita in D minor, Chaconne solo mandolin RACHMANINOFF Vocalise KUSIAKOV Autumnal Sceneries solo accordion BUDASHKIN Concerto in A minor

PROGRAM KREISLER Preludium and Allegro PROKOFIEV 5 Melodies, Op. 35 FRANCK Sonata in A Major for Violin and Piano BACH Partita No. 3 in E Major for Solo Violin SAINT-SAËNS Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso DORMAN Nigunim

PAMELA FRANK VIOLIN PETER SERKIN PIANO

CONRAD TAO PIANO STEFAN JACKIW VIOLIN

MARCH 1-10, 2020 BACH Sonata in B minor, BWV. 1014 BACH Sonata in A Major, BWV. 1015 BACH Sonata in E major, BWV. 1016 BACH Sonata in C minor, BWV. 1017 BACH Sonata in F minor, BWV. 1018 BACH Sonata in G Major, BWV. 1019

JANUARY 14-26, 2020 STRAVINSKY Suite Italienne LUTOSLAWSKI Partita SAARIAHO Nocturne in Memory of Lutoslawski solo violin COPLAND Sonata OR BRAHMS Sonata No. 1

JANUARY 30 - FEBRUARY 16, 2020 ALBENIZ Cordoba, Op. 232, No. 4 GRANADOS Ocho valses poeticos PIAZZOLLA Bandoneon PIAZZOLLA Zita GISMONTI Palhaco GISMONTI Baiao malandro PERNAMBUCO Interrogando JACOMINO Abismo de rosas SARDINHA Medley POWELL Tempo Feliz BELLINATI Jongo ASSAD Tahhiyya li Ossoulina

FEBRUARY 10-23, 2020 RAVEL Vocalise-Étude en forme de Habanera J.S. BACH Flute and Harpsichord Sonata in E flat Major BWV 1031 TCHAIKOVSKY The Seasons, Op. 37b BARTÓK Hungarian Folk Songs DE FALLA Siete Canciones Populares Españolas TRADITIONAL ARMENIAN FOLK TUNES

Ksenija Sidorova appears courtesy of HarrisonParrott.

Peter Serkin appears courtesy of Kirshbaum Associates Inc.

SARAH CHANG VIOLIN JULIO ELIZALDE PIANO

SAMPLE PROGRAM BARTÓK Romanian Folk Dances, Sz. 56 BRAHMS Sonata No. 3 in D minor, Op. 108 FRANCK Sonata in A Major, FWV 8


DUOS

KATE LINDSEY MEZZO-SOPRANO SHAI WOSNER & ORION WEISS ONE PIANO/FOUR HANDS FALL 2019 BAPTISTE TROTIGNON PIANO THOUSANDS OF MILES WEILL Nanna’s Lied | Thousands of Miles – Big Mole | Denn wie man sich bettet, so liegt man KORNGOLD Schneeglöckchen VON ZEMLINSKY Und hat der Tag all seine Qual WEILL Buddy on the Nightshift | Don’t Look Now ALMA MAHLER Die stille Stadt | Hymne WEILL Pirate Jenny – Barbara Song | Je ne t’aime pas | Lonely House – We’ll go away together | Trouble Man VON ZEMLINSKY Selige Stunde

Baptiste Trotignon appears courtesy of Anteprima Productions.

JOSHUA ROMAN CELLO ANDRIUS ŽLABYS PIANO

PROGRAM DEBUSSY Sonata BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 3 ROMAN/ŽLABYS Only Once (An Improvisation) MESSIAEN Louange a l’eternite de Jesus ^ JANÁCEK Pohadka PÄRT Fratres PIAZZOLLA Le Grand Tango

Andrius Žlabys appears courtesy of Aranjuez Artistic Services.

SHAI WOSNER PIANO JENNIFER KOH VIOLIN

SAMPLE PROGRAM DEBUSSY Sonata in G minor, L. 140 KURTAG Tre Pezzi RAVEL Sonata for Violin and Piano SAARIAHO Tocar FAURÉ Sonata No. 1 in A Major, Op. 13

DAVID LANG Gravity SCHUBERT Sonata in C Major, D.812 “Grand Duo” DAVID LANG After Gravity SCHUBERT Fantasy in F Minor, D.940 BRAHMS Selection of Hungarian Dances TWO PIANOS WINTER/SPRING 2020 BACH arr. Wosner Fugue in G Minor, BWV578 DAVE BRUBECK Fugue (from Points On Jazz) MOZART Fugue in C Minor for Two Pianos, K.426 BEETHOVEN Grosse Fuge, Op. 134 RACHMANINOFF Symphonic Dances, Op. 45

Orion Weiss appears courtesy of MKI Artists.

ALEXI KENNEY VIOLIN RENANA GUTMAN PIANO

PROGRAM 1 SCHUBERT Violin Sonata in A minor, D.385 WIANCKO New commission for solo violin BARTÓK Violin Sonata No.2, Sz.76 PROGRAM 2 KURTAG Six Miniatures for solo violin BACH Sonata for Violin and Keyboard in E Major DOWLAND lute song arr. Kenney MESSIAEN Theme and Variations

JEREMY DENK PIANO ERIC OWENS BASS-BARITONE DECEMBER 2-15, 2019 SCHUBERT Winterreise, D.911

Eric Owens appears courtesy of IMG Artists.

ISABELLE FAUST VIOLIN ALEXANDER MELNIKOV PIANO NOVEMBER 2019 PROGRAM 1 ALL BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 6 in A major, Op. 30, No. 1 Sonata No. 7 in C minor, Op. 30, No. 2 Sonata No. 8 in G major, Op. 30, No. 3 PROGRAM 2 BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 5 in F Major, Op. 24 "Spring" STRAVINSKY Duo Concertante for Violin and Piano BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 1 in D Major, Op. 12, No. 1 BARTÓK Sonata No. 1, Sz.75

Alexander Melnikov appears courtesy of Arts Management Group.

STEFAN JACKIW VIOLIN MAHAN ESFAHANI HARPSICHORD DECEMBER 2-15, 2019 JANUARY 20-26, 2020 BACH Sonata No. 1 in B minor KALABIS Sonata for Violin and Harpsichord LESTER ST. LOUIS Commission BACH Sonata in B minor PISTON Sonatina for Violin and Harpsichord

Mahan Esfahani appears courtesy of Colbert Artists Management.

SIMONE PORTER VIOLIN HSIN-I HUANG PIANO

PROGRAM MOZART Sonata for Violin and Piano in F Major, K 376 ^ JANÁCEK Sonata for Violin and Piano SALONEN Lachen Verlernt Solo Violin BRAHMS Violin Sonata No. 3 in D minor, Op. 108

All programs subject to change. PHOTOS: Giorgia Bertazzi, Sophie Zhai, Paul Stuart, Fadi Kheir, Zohar Ron, SL Chai, Luke Ratray, Nicolas Lieber, Richard Dumas / Alpha Classics, Shervin Lainez, Dario Acosta, Yang Bao, Hayley Young, Marco Borggreve, Bernhard Musil / courtesy of Deutsche Grammophon, Juergen Frank, Colin Bell, Amanda Westcott at AK Collective, Jeffrey Fasano


Instrumentalists and vocalists available for recitals in the 2019-2020 season. For our complete roster of world renowned soloists visit opus3artists.com.

PIANO

Kit Armstrong Emanuel Ax Sergei Babayan Inon Barnatan Jonathan Biss Yefim Bronfman Jeremy Denk Aaron Diehl Joseph Kalichstein George Li Nikolai Lugansky Anne-Marie McDermott Garrick Ohlsson Drew Petersen Conrad Tao Alexandre Tharaud Daniil Trifonov Andrew von Oeyen ^ Llyr Williams Shai Wosner

DUO PIANO

Katia & Marielle Labèque

VIOLIN

Adele Anthony Benjamin Beilman Sarah Chang Chee-Yun Kyung Wha Chung Isabelle Faust Pamela Frank Miriam Fried Caroline Goulding Stefan Jackiw Leonidas Kavakos Alexi Kenney Jennifer Koh Cho-Liang Lin Simone Porter Blake Pouliot Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg Gil Shaham

CELLO

Yo-Yo Ma Edgar Moreau Johannes Moser Joshua Roman Alisa Weilerstein

PHOTOS: Lisa Cuscuna, Felix Broede, Palma Kolonsky, Dario Acosta, Paul Stuart, Jaime Kahn, Jason Homa, Marco Borggreve, Jeffrey Fasano, Kellie Van Horn, Julien Mignot, Juergen Frank, Henry Dombey, Youngho Kang, Giorgia Bertazzi

FLUTE

Emmanuel Pahud

SAXOPHONE Branford Marsalis

GUITAR

Sérgio & Odair Assad

MANDOLIN Avi Avital

PERCUSSION Colin Currie

RECITALS

SOPRANOS Lisette Oropesa Patricia Racette

MEZZOSOPRANOS Stephanie Blythe Michelle DeYoung Tamara Mumford

TENORS

Ian Bostridge Brian Jagde Nicholas Phan

COUNTERTENOR Anthony Roth Costanzo

BARITONE Nathan Gunn

BASS-BARITONE Christian Van Horn

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Touring Artists and Attractions  

Opus 3's world class roster of artists available next season including recitalists, chamber music ensembles, touring chamber and symphony or...

Touring Artists and Attractions  

Opus 3's world class roster of artists available next season including recitalists, chamber music ensembles, touring chamber and symphony or...