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Classical Music at Woodmere

Classical Music at Woodmere 

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Curtis @ Woodmere: Pianist Avery Gagliano
An Evening of Bach, Schubert, and Chopin
Saturday, November 12  |  5:00 pm
$25 non-members ($15 members)
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Curtis Institute of Music is home to some of the most talented young performers of their generation. This concert brings pianist Avery Gagliano to Woodmere for an evening of Bach, Schubert, and Chopin. Ms. Gagliano made her Carnegie Hall debut in November, 2021, capturing audiences with her sensitivity, emotional depth, and expression.
 
 
Curtis @ Woodmere: Violin and Viola
with Elissa Lee Koljonen, violin and Roberto Diaz, viola
Saturday, December 3 |  5:00 pm
$25 non-members ($15 members)
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Recognized as one of the most celebrated violinists of her generation, Elissa Lee Koljonen has thrilled audiences and critics in over one hundred cities throughout the world. The evening will include duo performances with violist, Roberto Diaz,  a violist of international reputation, Mr. Diaz is also the president and CEO of the Curtis Institute of Music. In his dual roles as performer and educator, he has had a significant impact on American musical life.
 
Pianist Marja Kaisla
Finnish American virtuoso pianist Marja Kaisla will return to Woodmere Art Museum with two back-to-back concerts on January 20 and 21, 2023. 
An Evening of Liszt, Brahms, Debussy, and Stravinksy 
Friday, January 20 | 6:00 pm
$25 non-members ($15 members)
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On Jan. 20th, enjoy an evening filled with virtuosity and excitement with Marja Kaisla's performance of Franz Liszt's Spanish Rhapsody, Johannes Brahms's Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Händel,  Claude Debussy's Estampes, and Igor Stravinsky's Petrucshka.
 
An Evening of Shubert
Saturday, January 21 | 6:00 pm
$25 non-members ($15 members)
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The concert of Jan. 21st will transport you into the sublime beauty and contemplation of Franz Shubert's 6 Moments Musicaux Op.94 Sonata B flat Major (D960).
 
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.