Program Includes Bach Fantasia A Minor; Schubert Hungarian Melody D; Schubert Four Impromptus op.90; Clementi Sonata B Minor, op.40 #2; Bach Three Chorales; Beethoven Sonata op. 27 #2 in C Sharp Minor “Moonlight”
Mr. Nersessian is one of the most remarkable pianists of his generation in Russia, as he is known for his ability to play convincingly in the whole palette of the piano repertoire. He won prizes in the Beethoven Competition in Vienna in 1985, the Paloma O’Shea Competition in Santander, the Tokyo Competition, and 1st Prize in the GPA Dublin International Piano Competition in 1991.
In 2005 he became a Merited Artist of the Russian Federation. In 2013, he started as a professor of piano at Boston University.
These three performers will be performing Sonatas for cello and piano by Chopin and Franck, among others.
Mr. Burkhart has been hailed as an “Adventurous Cellist” by New York Magazine, as he performs throughout the NYC landscape as a soloist, chamber musician, orchestral principal, and as a Broadway musician. He has played in all the major halls in New York, across more than 30 states in the US, and internationally.
Ms. Mikhailoff, the Artistic Director of Midland Music, and Mr. Primakov have known each other for over 30 years as they spent their formidable piano education together at the Moscow State Conservatory under the tutelage of the legendary Professor Vera Gornostaeva.
Ms. Mikhailoff has won many awards, including the Martha Argerich International Piano Competition. She had her Carnagie Hall debut in 1999 followed by an all-Chopin recital dedicated to the 150th anniversary of his death. Her playing has been described as “a mature and accomplished musician… Her playing has character, imagination, and is poetic. She has a strong personality and stage presence…”
Mr. Primakov has been hailed as a pianist of world class importance. Gramaphone wrote thet “Primakov’s empathy with Chopin could hardly be more complete,” and the American Record Guide stated, ” Since Gilels, how many pianists have the right touch? In Chopin, no one currently playing sounds as good as this! This is a great Chopin pianist.”
American pianist Jerome Lowenthal has been a Juilliard faculty member since 1991. He has received prizes in international competitions in Brussels, Bolzano, and Darmstadt, and has appeared with major ochestras all over the United States including, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Baltimore, Cleveland, St. Louis. Washington D.C. and more. He has premiered solo music by Rochberg, Capanna, Reise, and Rorem. He has played duo recitals with Denis Brott, Itzhak Perlman, Ronit Amir and Ursula Oppens.
This concert will present Beethoven piano sonatas, illuminated by insightful commentaries by Dr. Yui. The year 2020 marks the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig Van Beethoven. From his early years in Bonn, Germany to his legendary achievements in Vienna, Austria, Beethoven has left an indelible mark that forever changed the landscape of classical music.
October 16, 2019
Bronxville Police Chief Christopher Satriale presents, for October Cyber-Security Month, on issues that affect our personal and community safety, security, as well as tips on preventing becoming a victim of a crime.
Wednesday, September 18, 2019 12:00 – 3:00 pm
Enjoy the Member’s Only Benefit of Our Season’s Opening Day Celebration, where Yearbooks will be distributed, upcoming programs will be described, and new and veteran members will have an opportunity to mix and mingle within the beauty of our clubhouse– if there’s sunshine, we’ll enjoy the Patio Room and Patio, and if the weather is otherwise, we’ll enjoy the Ballroom. Come enjoy the free luncheon buffet and special toast to the upcoming season’s success! Remember: we are on our countdown to the BWC’s Centennial Celebration Year…
September 21, 2018
Featured Artists: Mary Hood, Sal Casabianca, Chihoe Hahn, Dan Zlotnick, Al Hemberger
October 19, 2018
Featured Artists: Glen Roethel, Judy Kass, Kati Mac, Al Hemberger
November 16, 2018
Featured Artists: The Renovators-Westchester Chapter. Kerry Hopwood, Al Hemberger, Nicole Alifante, Patrick Stanfield Jones, Tim Faselt, Jonathan Ellinghaus, Lily Ellinghaus
January 18, 2019
Featured Artists: Kelly Flint, Jeff Eyrich, Dave Cantor
February 15, 2019
Featured Artists: Aleah Hyers, Sean Harkness, Walker May
March 15. 2019
Featured Artists: Patrick Standfield Jones, Miles East, Al Hemberger, Kerry Faselit Hopwood. Special Guests: Bill Barton, Organized Chaos featuring Norah Foley, Vance Wood, Anabel Foley
April 19, 2019
Featured Artists: Artie Tobia, Chris Brown
May 17, 2019
Featured Artists: Bruce T Carroll, Open Book
June 21, 2019
Featured Artists: Allison Leah, Theo Liao
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February, Saturday, February 16, 2019. 7:30PM
Shem Guibbory, violin (Metropolitan Opera); Robert Burkhart, cello; Oxana Mikhailoff, piano.
Anna Lawrence Bisland 1928 House, 135 Midland Avenue at Tanglewylde, Bronxville, NY 10708.
In Advance: $25.00 at Door $40.00 ; Senior Citizens: In Advance; $22.00; At Door $35.00
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Anna Lawrence Bisland 1928 House
135 Midland Avenue at Tanglewylde, Bronxville, NY 10708
For the event, the BWC musical host, owner of the Recording Studio, The Loft in Bronxville, Al Hemberger, lines up dynamic talent for the listening audience.
All share their musical passions and creations with us in a Musicians’ Listening Room format. The loggia is transformed into a venue where the audience can sit at tables with both old and new friends and socialize before/after/between the set of each performer. Given the famous BWC acoustically excellent sound, we just ask that people listen quietly during sets as the smallest sound can become disruptive.
A $10.00 admission fee covers basic snacks, tea and coffee, plus donations accepted for the artists’ performances. Come out, bring your friends and enjoy the talent in a relaxing, casual environment. Reservations required for parties of 5 or more. Please call 914-337-3252 or email email@example.com.
Future BWC Coffee House/Song Writers Listening Room Dates:
Friday, September 20, 2019- Chihoe Hahn, Patrick Stanfield Jones, Al Hemberger;
Friday, October 18, 2019- Miles East, Kelly Flint;
Friday, November 15, 2019- Deni Bonet.
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