Woodmere Art Museum is thrilled to present some of the most talented next-generation performers of the Curtis Institute of Music on March 4 and 5, 2022.
Pianist Janice Carissa has been praised for radiating “the multicolored highlights of a mature pianist” (Philadelphia Inquirer) with a “fleet-fingered touch that is particularly impressive. Her artistry “conveys a vivid story rather than a mere showpiece” (Chicago Classical Review).
In recent years, Carissa has been featured with the Philadelphia Orchestra in two concerts. She substituted for Andre Watts as soloist with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. She has also appeared as a soloist with the Kansas City Symphony (Peter Oundjian conducting), the John Hopkins Symphony Orchestra, the Symphony in C (the Mid-Atlantic Region’s Young Professionals Orchestra), Midwest Young Artists Conservatory Orchestra, the Bay Atlantic Symphony, the Eastern Wind Symphony, and St. Peters by the Sea Orchestra.
Carissa is the Gerry and Marguerite Lenfest Fellow at Curtis.
$25 ($15 members)