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Wed, Mar 09


New Haven Lawn Club

[KALLOS in Residence] Concert IV: Songs Without Words

Come immerse yourself in these remarkable works by Schubert, Dvorak, Sibelius, and Grieg that speak to the soul in powerful ways, through lyricism, magical harmonies, drama, and, above all, a reverence for the vocal line as the most human of musical elements.

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[KALLOS in Residence] Concert IV: Songs Without Words
[KALLOS in Residence] Concert IV: Songs Without Words

Time & Location

Mar 09, 2022, 7:30 PM

New Haven Lawn Club, 193 Whitney Ave, New Haven, CT 06511, USA

About the event

[KALLOS in Residence]

This concert is presented through the New Haven Lawn Club Preservation Trust (501(c)(3)). In partnership with the Trust, Kallos is pleased to make the club its new home in their concert series.

Concert IV


In celebrating the 225th anniversary of Franz Schubert, one of the greatest of lieder composers, Kallos presents a program of songs without words. While words efficiently convey message and information, instrumental music breathes in the realm of nonverbal communication. Exploring the nuances of timbres and colors created by our wonderful string quartet, this music speaks to the soul through lyricism, drama, and above all, a reverence for the most natural and beautiful tool of musical expression, the vocality of sound.

TUESDAY, MAR 8, 2022

AT 7:30PM

New Haven Lawn Club

(193 Whitney Ave, New Haven, CT 06511)


Franz Schubert (1797-1828)             String Trio in B flat major, D. 471   


Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904)             Selection from Cypresses, B. 152 (Echo of Songs)         

I. Já vím, že v sladké naději (I Know that My Love to Thee)

III. V té sladké moci ocí tvých (When Thy Sweet Glances Fall on Me)

IX. Ó duše drahá jedinká (Thou Only, Dear One)

X. Tam stojí stará skála (There Stands an Ancient Rock)

XI. Nad krajem vévodi lehký spánek (Nature Lies Peaceful in Slumber and Dreaming)

XII. Ty se ptás, proc moje zpevy (You Ask Why My Songs)

Jean Sibelius (1865-1957)                Duo in C Major for Violin and Viola   

Edvard Grieg (1843-1907)  String Quartet in G minor, Op. 27  



Praised by The Baltimore Sun for her “impeccable technique…deeply expressive phrasing…and

poetic weight," Sirena Huang is one of her generation’s most celebrated violinists. She brings

not only technical brilliance and powerful artistry to the stage, but also a profound sense of

connection to her audience. Sirena has been the recipient of numerous accolades and awards. In 2017, she was awarded First Prize at the Elmar Oliveira International Violin Competition and later that year, she was the

winner of the New York Concert Artist Worldwide Debut Audition.

To learn more about her, please visit her website at


Hailed by The Washington Post as “Sweetly Lyrical,” violinist Ariel Horowitz cannot remember life before loving music. In October of 2020, Ariel won the Concert Artists Guild Ambassador Prize and joined the Concert Artists Guild roster. A recent graduate of the Yale School of Music under the tutelage of Ani Kavafian, Ariel previously studied with Itzhak Perlman and Catherine Cho at The Juilliard School. Ariel is a prizewinner of the Grumiaux, Stulberg, and Klein International Competitions as well as the Salon De Virtuosi Career Grant. In the Fall of 2019, Ariel joined the faculty of Mount Holyoke College, teaching violin and chamber music.

To learn more about her, please visit her website at


Korean American violist Halam Kim shows versatility in all areas of music. Her major accomplishments include performances of Walton’s Viola Concerto with the Eastman Philharmonia and Philharmonie Baden-Baden, and appearances at Carnegie Hall both as a soloist and in an orchestra. As a passionate chamber musician, she has participated in intensive string quartet seminars with the Borromeo and Ying string quartets in addition to performing at Jordan Hall and Hatch Recital Hall. She is currently a fellow of the Ensemble Connect at Carnegie Hall.

To leearn more about her, please visit her website at


Motivated and hungry for new experiences, Korean-born, Philadelphia-made cellist and activist, Christine J. Lee, crosses cultural boundaries through music and aims to connect people around the world. She is the most recent winner of the Isang Yun international competition in Korea as well as a laureate of the first Queen Elisabeth International Cello Competition. She has appeared with the the Brussels Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Monterey Symphony, Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra Symphony, Houston Symphony, as well as Young Belgian Strings, Orchestra of Mons, and the National Orchestra of Belgium as a soloist.

To learn more about her, please visit her website at

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