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Violinist Tetzlaff dazzles fans
Janelle Gelfand, cincinnati.com, 1/29/2013
The German violinist Christian Tetzlaff is known for his electrifying performances that seamlessly join both mind and heart. On Monday, he presented a solo recital for unaccompanied violin that raised the bar of the art form to a new level. Tetzlaff presented a challenging program for Chamber Music Cincinnati consisting of sonatas by Eugene...
Tokyo Quartet in Fond Cincinnati Farewell
Mary Ellyn Hutton, musicincincinnati.com, 10/25/2012
It was standing room only for the Tokyo String Quartet Tuesday night in Werner Recital Hall at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Presented by Chamber Music Cincinnati in collaboration with the Constella Festival, the concert marked the ensemble’s farewell appearance in Cincinnati. The Quartet, violinists Martin...
Moscow Quartet Charms, Challenges Cincinnati Audience
Mary Ellyn Hutton, musicincincinnati.com, 9/21/2012
The Moscow String Quartet is a musical ambassador. As Kayla Springer, president of Chamber Music Cincinnati, noted in remarks introducing them Thursday night in Werner Recital Hall at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, the Moscow Quartet likes to promote twentieth-century Western music in Russia and Russian and Soviet-...
Constella Festival expanding its offerings
Janelle Gelfand, cincinnati.com, 6/17/2012
The second season of the new Constella Festival of Music and Fine Arts will present clarinetist Anthony McGill, violinist Anne Akiko Meyers and French pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet. The festival, formerly 13 concerts in 18 days, will expand to a month-long series of 22 multi-faceted events over 34 days, Sept. 30 to Nov. 2, in established and...
More than Beauty
Mary Ellyn Hutton, musicincincinnati.com, 1/11/2012
The first thing you notice about the Los Angeles Piano Quartet is the beauty of their sound. This and much more came together Tuesday evening in Werner Recital Hall at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, as the L.A. Piano Quartet performed the first concert of 2012 for Chamber Music Cincinnati. It was a well chosen...
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