JCC Symphony Orchestra in Concert, Playing Mahler, Bruch and More
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The Hermitage Piano Trio plays trios by Rachmaninoff, Mendelssohn and Alyabiev in a performance at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington. Founded in 2011, the group unites three of Russia's most acclaimed soloists: violinist Misha Keylin, cellist Sergey Antonov and pianist Misha Mogilevsky. All three have won international competitions and performed as soloists with the world's greatest orchestras, and playing together drives them to new heights of musicality. The program includes Sergei Rachmaninoff's emotionally gripping Trio No. 2, subtitled "Elégiaque" and written in memory of Tchaikovsky, as well as Mendelssohn's Trio No. 1, a sparkling four-movement work which is considered one of Mendelssohn's greatest chamber pieces, and the Piano Trio by musical pioneer Alexander Alyabiev, perhaps the first work of its kind by a Russian composer. Learn More
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Featured review from A. K. Polangin
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The conductor, orchestra and pianist were phenomenal. Being there was a joy for the first half, which included Gluck's Overture to Iphigenia in Aulis and Schumann's Piano Concerto. Pianist Alon Goldstein was mesmerizing. The second half of the program, Mahler's Symphony No. 4, was a challange with long and difficult listening. Overall, an enjoyable evening.
Saturday, April 5, 2008, 8:30 PM
- Adam Neiman, Piano
- Weber: Overture To Oberon
- Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 1
- Bruch: Symphony No. 1
Thursday, June 5, 2008, 8 PM
- Alon Goldstein, Piano
- Rebecca Littig, Soprano
- Gluck: Overture To Iphigenia In Aulis
- Schumann: Piano Concerto
- Mahler: Symphony No. 4
About the Ticket Supplier: Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington
The Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington - founded in 1923 - is one of the largest metropolitan JCCs in the country. Their mission - providing quality educational, cultural, social and recreational programs, services and activities in order to perpetuate and strengthen Jewish identity, culture, values, traditions, knowledge and family life-is at the heart of all programs.