Artist in Residence Concert – One of the few tavern concerts of the season, audiences and artists get to experience an intimate, fun and engaging show that features classical, jazz, crossover and pop selections. Come get a sneak-peek inside live “jam sessions” of CLMF musicians.
Each week, Luzerne Music Center presents two chamber music concerts featuring the faculty and world-renowned guest artists as part of the Luzerne Chamber Music Festival, a six-concert series curated by President and Artistic Director Elizabeth Pitcairn.
In 2018, the Music Center will feature two string quartets from the Caroga Lake Music Festival, plus clarinetist Graeme Steele Johnson.
Andy Liang, violin
Aaron Schwartz, violin
Stephanie Price-Wong, viola
Kyle Barrett Price, cello
Paul Aguilar, violin
Rachel Stenzel, violin
Eva Kennedy, viola
Hannah Moses, cello
Graeme Steele Johnson, clarinet
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) – Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op. 115
Robert Schumann (1810-1856) – Quartet No. 3, Op. 41
IV. Finale. Allegro molto vivace – Quasi Trio.
Frank Churchill (1901-1942) – Someday My Prince Will Come
arr. Quatuor Ebene, trans. Aaron Schwartz
Misirlou from the movie “Pulp Fiction” (1994)
arr. Quatuor Ebene
W.A. Mozart (1756-1791) – Clarinet Quintet in A Major, K. 581
Claude Debussy (1862-1918) – String Quartet in G minor, Op. 10
III. Andantino, doucement expressif
IV. Très modéré
Dmitri Shostakovich (1906-1975) – Two Pieces for String Octet, Op. 11
- Grand prize winners of the 2017 Coltman Chamber Music Competition, KASA Quartet was founded in the summer of 2016 by Andy Liang (violin), Aaron Schwartz (violin), Stephanie Price-Wong (viola) and Kyle Price (cello). The quartet performs an array of musical styles ranging from classical to gypsy jazz and various genres in between.
- Winner of the first prize in the 2017 Ohio String Teachers’ Association Chamber Music Competition, the Callisto Quartet was formed in 2016 at the Cleveland Institute of Music where they study under the tutelage of Peter Salaff and the Cavani String Quartet. Callisto Quartet members are violinists Paul Aguilar and Rachel Stenzel, violist Eva Kennedy and cellist Hannah Moses.
Winner of the Hellam Young Artists’ Competition and the Yamaha Young Performing Artists Competition, Graeme Steele Johnson has appeared recently as a soloist and chamber musician at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, the Music Mountain Festival (Connecticut), Summer Music from Greensboro (Vermont), the Argentum Chamber Works Series at the University of Nevada–Las Vegas, The Banff Centre (Canada), Steinway Hall–Plano (Texas), and the Brooklyn Center for the Arts, alongside such distinguished collaborators as Ani Kavafian, David Shifrin, William Purvis and Wei-Yi Yang.
Tickets: Adults $35 / Seniors $25 / Students $5
Artist in Residence Concert – Caroga Lake Music Festival is thrilled to return to Mayfield Presbyterian Church for a performance as part of a classical concert series presented by Sacandaga Valley Arts Network (SVAN). Enjoy a collection of small and large chamber ensemble pieces performed by our artists in residence.
$10 SVAN Members
With musicians of the Caroga Lake Music Festival. One of Caroga’s favorite and most unique venues, The Barge at Canada Lake is framed by true Adirondack lake and mountain scenery. Generously hosted by the Fielding family from Canada Lake Store and Marine.
Caroga Lake Music Festival looks forward to returning to the historic Gloversville Public Library to present an hour of quartet favorites. In 2017, the festival performed at a fundraising concert for the library’s building renovation.
The library building was erected with funds provided by Andrew Carnegie. The cornerstone was laid on August 27, 1904. Albert Randolph Ross, an architect with the New York firm of McKim, Mead and White, designed this masterpiece of Beaux Arts style, which, since 1976, has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
This concert will take place in its temporary location at 34 West Fulton Street in Gloversville, NY.
Artist in Residence Concert – Join us for the opening concert of the CLMF season as we return to Little Falls for an evening concert in the picturesque and historic Emmanuel Episcopal Church. Listen to your favorite classical works for small and large ensembles during this Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts event.