Musicians from the venerable Marlboro Festival in Vermont perform with the Union College Concert Series on Friday, November 16 at 7:30pm. in Union’s Memorial Chapel.
Dvořák: Miniatures, Op. 75a
Bartók: String Quartet No. 4
Dvořák: F-minor Piano Trio, Op. 65
Founded in 1951 by the eminent pianist Rudolf Serkin and his colleagues, the Marlboro Music Festival is widely considered to be the world’s foremost chamber-music center for professional musicians. Under the artistic direction of Mitsuko Uchida, Marlboro emphasizes diverse chamber music, abundant rehearsal time, and the pairing in ensembles of different generations of musicians. With uncompromising standards, Marlboro performances and the Marlboro community are acclaimed throughout the world. The Musicians from Marlboro Touring Program, begun in 1964, has introduced audiences across the nation to this unique center and to many of today’s most respected musical leaders.
The group will be comprised of violinist Soovin Kim and his emerging colleagues: violinist Robyn Bollinger; violist Hwayoon Lee; cellists Tony Rymer and Alice Yoo; and pianist Zoltán Fejérvári.
Individual tickets are $30-$35. All children and students are free.