2013-2014 Ovation Series
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Gary Levinson & Daredjan Kakouberi
Thursday, October 24, 2013 | 7:30 pm
This piano duo combines much sought-after violinist Gary Levinson and outstanding pianist Daredjan "Baya" Kakouberi. Gary was praised for his intense musicality and adroit technique by American and European critics, and was chosen by Zubin Mehta to join the New York Philharmonic before the completion of his undergraduate degree from the Juilliard School. "Baya" has been hailed as a "treat to watch and hear" who made her debut at the age of eleven and later entered the Moscow Conservatory where she completed her master’s and doctorate under the tutelage of International Tchaikovsky Competition gold medalist Vladimir Krainev.
Concert includes Brahms' "Violin Sonata No.1 in G Major, op. 78," Mozart's "Sonata for Piano and Violin, KV 305," and Saint Saëns' "Sonata for Violin & Piano, d minor, op. 75," among others.
Rogério Boccato Quarteto: 'After Bossa Nova’ Project
Thursday, November 7, 2013 | 7:30 pm
Brazilian percussionist and educator, Rogério Boccato leads a stellar quartet through some of the lesser-known pieces by the greatest among the post-Bossa Nova generation of composers, such as Toninho Horta, Egberto Gismonti, Milton Nascinento, Edu Lobo. This group gives these songs a unique treatment, infused with improvisation. The idea revolves around openness and interaction, using the motifs of each song as a springboard for instant group compositions. It is a fresh and ever-changing approach to Post-Bossa Nova music.
Art Lande Trio
Friday, March 7, 2014 | 7:30 pm
Bruce Williamson, saxes; Art Lande, piano and drums; Yohannes Weidenmeuller, bass. Pianist Art Lande, one of the most influential figures in the field of jazz improvisation, joins forces with multi-instrumentalist Bruce Williamson bringing smooth saxophone expertise and Yohannes Weidenmeuller, considered one of the most interesting and explosive bass jazz players.
A Night in the Tropics with the Chuck Lazarus Quartet
Thursday, April 3, 2014 | 7:30 pm
An evening of tropical rhythms and sultry melodies. Take the exotic lounge sounds of Martin Denny, the pyrotechnics of vocalist Yma Sumac and the rhythmic pulsing of bossa nova, add mint and shake. This is "A Night in the Tropics" –conceived and created by Charles Lazarus featuring music inspired by the sultry melodies and evocative rhythms of the world’s tropical climates – Brazil, Cuba, Hawaii and more. Repertoire includes originals by Lazarus, music from the Buena Vista Social Club and a tribute to bossa nova legend, Antonio Carlos Jobim.
Renewing: Adult $60 | Senior $45 | Student $15 | UMD Student $10
First Time Subscriber: Adult $40 | Senior $30 | All Students $10
UMD Faculty & Staff: First time or renewing $30
Season ticket sales coming soon.
Individual Ticket Prices
$20 – Adult
$15 – Senior
$5 – All Students
$10 – UMD Faculty & Staff
Group discounts of 10 or more are available, please call 218.726.6086
Ticket sales for individual music events begin September 9, 2013.
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