Wolfeboro Friends of Music announces a series of concerts to present piano virtuosi Matthew Odell, Natalia Shevchuk, and George Sebastian Lopez on three Tuesdays starting at 5:00 PM at the Kingswood Arts Center. Each concert will include artist commentary and limited on-stage seating. Please invite your friends and interested students to attend with you.
July 29 Matthew Odell - Adults $10 at the Door
The New Hampshire-born pianist Matthew Odell began his studies at the age of 10 and has since won acclaim for performances of a wide range of repertoire as a solo recitalist, soloist with orchestra, and chamber musician. He has been hailed as "excellent" by the New York Times and "brilliant . . . playing with total commitment and real abandon" by Gramophone. (more)
August 12 Natalia Shevchuk - Adults $10 at the Door
Natalia Shevchuk has been amazing and delighting listeners in the Mount Washington Valley Area with her classical programs consisting of world- famous piano masterpieces. Ms. Shevchuk graduated in 1994 from Kyiv State Conservatory named after Peter I. Tchaikovsky (Ukraine) with a master's degree in piano playing, accompanying and teaching. (more)
August 26 George Sebastian Lopez - Adults $10 at the Door
Mr. Lopez has been featured across the globe as recitalist, soloist with orchestra, and collaborator. Mr. Lopez received critical acclaim for his interpretation of Bach's Goldberg Variations at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and has performed the complete cycle of Beethoven Piano Concertos in his last two concert seasons. (more)
“Old, New, Borrowed and Blues!”
Saturday September 20, 2014 7:30 PM
All Saints Episcopal Church, 258 S. Main St. Wolfeboro
Ticket Price $25
Wolfeboro Friends of Music launches its seventy-ninth season with American guitar master Eliot Fisk joining acclaimed cellist Yehuda Hanani in a varied, unconventional duo recital! The two performers have appeared together for over a decade across the U.S. bringing together their combined mastery, superb musicianship and strong musical profiles, as well as their embrace of many styles, composers and periods, to enrich the potential for their respective instruments. Their program offers a high quotient of virtuosic verve and includes all original arrangements of works by Boccherini, Schubert, Gabriel Fauré, Villa-Lobos, and Ernest Bloch, as well as Grammy Award-nominated composer Robert Beaser’s Mountain Songs.