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MOZART - Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, K. 478 TCHAIKOVSKY - Piano Trio in A minor, op. 50
Abigel Kralik, violin
Caitlin Lynch, viola
Sterling Elliott, cello
Julia Hamos, piano
Tickets start at $35.
Enjoy a performance by Abigel Kralik from her recital on January 23, 2022.
Hungarian-American violinist Abigel Kralik quickly gaining attention as one of the next great performers. She has won top prizes at the New York International Artists Association, Vienna International Music Competition, Rising Stars (Berlin) Grand Prix, Talents for Europe International Competition, and the Koncz Janos competition. She attended the Juilliard School and received the prestigious Kovner Fellowship where she earned both undergraduate and graduate degrees while studying violin with Itzhak Perlman and Laurie Smukler. Read more about Abigel here.
American violist Matthew Lipman has been praised by the New York Times for his “rich tone and elegant phrasing.” He has appeared with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Europe, and the Minnesota Orchestra to name a few. He has been a featured soloist at the Aspen Music Festival, Carnegie Hall, New World Symphony, Wigmore Hall, and Walt Disney Concert Hall. Read more about Matthew here.
Cellist Sterling Elliott has appeared as a solo artist with numerous orchestras across the United States, including the New York Philharmonic; the Boston, Virginia, and Cleveland Symphony orchestras. His concerto performances have taken place in prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall in New York City and Symphony Hall in Boston. Read more about Sterling here.
Pianist Julia Hamos combines her American and Hungarian roots with an adventurous spirit to explore the essence of repertoire ranging from Bach to composers living today. Instinctive artistic expression, a forward-thinking attitude, a joyful physical flexibility at the instrument, and an unyielding fascination with the music she plays makes her an artist to watch. Read more about Julia here.