Part of the Program: Classical Music at Woodmere

Classical Concerts | Marja Kaisla and Friends: Piano Trio, An Evening of Beethoven and Dvorak

5:00 pm
6:30 pm
Woodmere Art Museum

Musicians: Marja Kaisla, piano; Paul Arnold, violin; Ovidiu Marinescu, cello

Finnish American virtuoso pianist Marja Kaisla and chamber partners, violinist, Paul Arnold, and cellist Ovidiu Marinescu perform Ludwig van Beethoven's exhilarating "Piano Trio E flat Major op.1#1," first performed in 1795 in the house of Prince Lichnowsky, to whom it is dedicated.  The program continues with the trio performing one of Antonin Dvořák's best-known compositions, “Dumky” Trio, an emotionally compelling work. 

Born in Helsinki, Finland, Marja Kaisla is an avid chamber musician, recitalist and orchestra soloist who has performed extensively in Europe and the United States, having had her Carnegie Hall debut in 2005. Among her many accomplishments, Ms. Kaisla co-founded the Philadelphia Foundation for World Music and Arts, an advocacy organization promoting the arts and social harmony.

$25 ($15 members)