Adult $23, Senior $20, Student $10, Under 18 Free
(Monday) 7:00 pm
Bar and lawn open – 6:00 PMConcert begins – 7:00 PM Program:Violin Sonata – Maxim Berezovsky“Regret, La Romance d’Ariel, Romance-Silence ineffable” – Claude Debussy “It Floats Away From You” for soprano and trumpet
Bar and lawn open – 6:00 PM
Concert begins – 7:00 PM
Violin Sonata – Maxim Berezovsky
“Regret, La Romance d’Ariel, Romance-Silence ineffable” – Claude Debussy
“It Floats Away From You” for soprano and trumpet (2020) – Beth Weimann
“Two pieces for trumpet, violin and piano” (2009) – Ya-Jhu Yang
“Tourbillon for violin, trumpet in B flat and piano” (2009) – David R. Gillingham
Piano Trio in G Minor Op.3 – Ernest Chausson
Corrine Byrne, soprano
Andrew Kozar, trumpet
Steven Beck, piano
Francis Carr, cello
Solomiya Ivakhiv, violin
The Byrne-Kozar Duo, created by NYC and Boston-based soprano Corrine Byrne and trumpeter Andy Kozar, presents historically informed performances of Baroque music for natural trumpet and soprano in addition to commissioning new works for modern trumpet and soprano. The Duo is new to the Caspian Monday Music festival and will bring the exciting work “It Floats Away from You” by the Burlington native composer Beth Weimann.
Weimann’s compositions have won awards from the Opera Vista Chamber Opera Competition, the Orvis Foundation, Copland House, the Colorado New Music Festival, and American Women Composers.
We are also thrilled to present a violin sonata by Ukrainian composer and contemporary of W.-A. Mozart, Maksym Berezovsky; as well as the luscious Chausson Piano Trio and Debussy songs.
The evening will feature award-winning, American pianist Steven Beck, graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music, cellist Francis Carr, and spectacular violinist Solomiya Ivakhiv.
Masks are required for indoor events. We strongly suggest that patrons wear surgical paper masks (which we can provide) or N95 masks and not cloth masks.