ZOFO Duet's Sushi-Fondue: Japan Meets Switzerland
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The last date listed for ZOFO Duet Piano Ensemble: Sushi-Fondue was Tuesday February 28, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Conductor Michael Tilson Thomas has long had a passion for the music of Igor Stravinsky --… More
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Featured review from Renee S.Red Velvet
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Terrifically talented young pianists. Duets on one piano were played beautifully, and it was truly amazing visually as well to see all the cross handed wizardry. Our personal preference was with the more classically sounding, melodic pieces, and not the more modern dissonances, but overall it was an engaging evening by 2 very fantastic pianists who have found their niche.
Quotes & Highlights
“Anyone who loves keyboard music will be thrilled with the joyous sounds and brilliant execution of these two artists!” —_San Francisco Classical Music Examiner _
Frank Martin: Overture (1924), a world premiere arrangement
Masao Honma: Sound Shift No. 4
Arthur Honegger: Pastorale d’Ete
Toshimitsu Tanaka: An Ancient Five-Storied Pagoda
Christian Henking: “Good morning, John” (2011), a world premiere
Tomohiro Moriyama: Let’s play a duet! (2006)
Dieter Ammann: Regard sur les Traditions (1995)
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Berkeley Chamber Performances is a nonprofit presenting organization for chamber music in the East Bay. Founded in 1993, it presents mostly, but not exclusively, local ensembles and attempts to press the boundaries of “chamber music” by including in each five-concert season, ethnic, multi-disciplinary, commissioned or first performance presentations. Concerts take place Tuesday evenings at 8 p.m. in the historic Berkeley City Club. Following each performance audience members can attend our Meet-the-Performers reception to connect with the artists. Berkeley Chamber Performances loves expanding its audience to those generally not attending chamber music concerts.