Mon, May 17 | A virtual link will be given prior to event

Music à la Carte Finale: Color, Color, Color!

Don't miss this vibrant and exciting program of chamber music, featuring distinguished violinist Ani Kavafian, ranging from Debussy's colorful and intimate sonata for violin and piano to Dohnányi's Serenade for String Trio, Op. 10 to Franck's epic Piano Quintet in F minor!
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Music à la Carte Finale: Color, Color, Color!

Time & Location

May 17, 7:30 PM – May 31, 7:30 PM
A virtual link will be given prior to event

About the Event

Music à la Carte Finale: Color, Color, Color!

May 17- 31, 2021

Every Monday at 7:30PM

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Join us as our incredible talents join forces to present an extraordinary performance of chamber music works! 

The program will include Debussy's colorful and intimate sonata for violin and piano, Dohnányi's  enchanting Serenade for String Trio, Op. 10, and Franck's epic Piano Quintet in F minor! 

Experience this spectacular finale of our Season 3 with our Artistic Advisor and Yale School of Music faculty Ani Kavafian, violinist Ariel Horowitz, violist Jordan Bak, cellist Julian Schwarz, and pianist/Kallos Artistic Director Min Young Kang!

May 17: Claude Debussy: Sonata for violin and piano

Ani Kavafian, violin; Min Young Kang, piano

May 24: Ernő Dohnányi: Serenade for String Trio in C major, Op.10

Ariel Horowitz, violin; Jordan Bak, viola; Julian Schwarz, cello

May 31: Cesar Franck: Piano Quintet in F minor

Ani Kavafian, violin; Ariel Horowitz, violin; Jordan Bak, viola; Julian Schwarz, cello; Min Young Kang, piano

Featuring

Ani Kavafian, violin (https://www.kalloschambermusicseries.com/ani-kavafian)

Violinist Ani Kavafian enjoys a prolific career as a soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician. She has performed with virtually all of America’s leading orchestras, including the New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, Cleveland Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, and many others. She is a renowned chamber musician, and has performed with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center since 1979. Her numerous solo recital engagements include performances at New York’s Carnegie and Alice Tully halls, as well as in major venues across the country.

Ariel Horowitz, violin (https://www.kalloschambermusicseries.com/ariel-horowitz)

Hailed by The Washington Post as “Sweetly Lyrical,” Ariel Horowitz cannot remember life before loving music. Prizewinner of the Stulberg, Klein, Menuhin and Grumiaux International Competitions as well as the Juilliard Concerto Competition and the Yale Concerto and Chamber Music competitions, Ariel also received the Salon De Virtuosi Career Grant in 2017 and the 2019 Broadus Erle Award in Violin from the Yale School of Music.

Jordan Bak, viola (https://jordanbak.com/)

“A star in the making,” (Seattle Pi) Jamaican-American violist Jordan Bak is an outstanding artist of passion, energy, and authenticity in the recital and chamber music arenas. A Sphinx MPower Artist Grant Recipient and a top laureate of the 2020 Sphinx Competition, Bak is also a winner and Audience Prize recipient of the 2019 Concert Artists Guild Victor Elmaleh Competition, the recipient of the 2019 Samuel Sanders Tel Aviv Museum Prize and the 2019 John White Special Prize from the Tertis International Viola Competition.

Julian Schwarz, cello (https://www.julianschwarz.com/about)

Julian Schwarz was born to a multigenerational musical family in 1991. Heralded from a young age as a cellist destined to rank among the greatest of the 21st century, Julian’s powerful tone, effortless virtuosity, and extraordinarily large color palette are hallmarks of his style. Internationally, he made his Australian debut with the Queensland Symphony, his Mexican debuts with the Boca del Rio Philharmonic in Veracruz and the Mexico City Philharmonic with frequent collaborator Jorge Mester, and his Hong Kong debut at the Intimacy of Creativity Festival. He has also appeared at the Salzburg Mozarteum, and the Verbier festival in Switzerland.

Min Young Kang, pianist (https://www.minyoungkang.com/)

A prize winner at the J.C. Arriaga Chamber Music Competition, Artur Balsam Duo Competition, pianist Min Young Kang has been recognized with numerous awards and scholarships, including the Talisman Energy Emerging Artist Award, Kraeuter Musical Foundation Award, Prix special du Directeur and Prix de Musique de chambre from Ecoles D’Art Americaines de Fontainebleau.

We are also committed to giving back to our community this season in this difficult times.

10% of the Pass Revenue and Donations toward this concert will be donated to Community Soup Kitchen New Haven (https://www.csknewhaven.org/). The rest of the pass revenue will go directly toward our musician fee.

The Pass to the stream is tiered on a a scale for what you are willing and able to give.

With a Pass, you’ll enjoy;

  • Three weekly concerts to experience the incredible chamber music in the safety of your home
  • Exclusive access to the recording of the concert for a limited time afterward
  • Exclusive access to the interview of our artists
  • Plus, your Pass will help pay the wonderful artists and donate 10% to Community Soup Kitchen New Haven.

Pass / Contribution Levels

$5 — I Just Need to Smile Right Now

$15 –  Friends of Kallos Musicians

$25 – Supporter of Kallos Musicians

$50 – Patron of Kallos Musicians

$100 – Benefactor of Kallos Musicians

Will you join us for a weekly musical tidbit at home? ❤️

Support our excellent musicians and local charity! 🙏

Tickets
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  • Friend of Kallos Musicians
    $15
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  • Supporter of Kallos Musicians
    $25
    $25
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  • Patron of Kallos Musicians
    $50
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  • Benefactor of Kallos Musicians
    $100
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