The Da Camera Society Presents Augustin Hadelich & Joyce Yang
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The last date listed for Violinist Augustin Hadelich & Pianist Joyce Yang was Friday January 27, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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A dazzling who's who of Hollywood and Broadway talent will come together for this special benefit concert at The Pasadena Playhouse to help raise money to assist with relief efforts in the Philippines following November's devastating typhoon. Performers donating their time and remarkable talents include Lea Thompson (Cabaret, NBC's Caroline in the City), Loretta Devine (Dreamgirls), Sam Harris (The Producers), Nicole Parker (Wicked), Gwen Stewart (Rent), Valerie Perri (Evita, Gypsy) and many more. Proceeds will support the American Red Cross' Typhoon Appeal and its efforts to assist overseas as the people of the Philippines begin to recover and rebuild. Please see the full event description for a complete list of scheduled performers. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
- “The future of great violin playing is safe and very bright in Augustin Hadelich’s hands”--American Record Guide
Under the shimmering drama of the Pompeian Room’s gold Tiffany dome, “a young artist with no evident limitations” (The New Yorker) returns to the series in a dynamic program of music by Schumann (Sonata in a, Op. 105), Takemitsu (From Far Beyond Chrysanthemums and November Fog), Ravel (Tzigane), and Beethoven’s mighty Kreutzer Sonata (Op. 47 in A). Hadelich is joined by pianist Joyce Yang, “a wonderful player with the accuracy of a surgeon and the heart of an artist” (Naples News).
There will be a pre-concert talk at 7:40pm.
Following the concert, enjoy a champagne and dessert reception, and the opportunity to meet the artists.
Photo credit for Joyce Yang's photo: Oh Seuk Hoon
About the Ticket Supplier: The Da Camera Society of Mount St. Mary's College
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