Concert Sunday, March 4, 2018, 3pm
Master class Monday, March 5, 2018, noon
“Destined for great things.”
– The New Yorker
The Horszowski Trio takes its name and inspiration from the legendary pianist Mieczysław Horszowski (1892-1993). Like Horszowski, the trio presents repertoire spanning the traditional and the contemporary. Its busy concert schedule has included the chamber music societies in Philadelphia, Buffalo, Mobile, Yellow Springs, Bethlehem, Melbourne, St. Cloud and Williamsburg; the Friends of Chamber Music in Kansas City, Troy, Stockton and Fullerton; the Boise Chamber Music Series, Music at Kohl Mansion and Music in Deerfield; Southern Oregon University Chamber Music Concerts, the Kravis Center, the Raleigh Chamber Music Guild, the New School Concerts and Peoples’ Symphony series in New York; the Phillips Collection and Dumbarton Oaks in Washington; the Athenaeum in La Jolla; the Da Camera Society in Los Angeles and Da Camera of Texas in Houston; and Cornell University, UCLA, the Miller Theatre at Columbia University, the University at Buffalo, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond University, Duke University, the University of Las Vegas and the University of Texas at Brownsville. Festival appearances include the Bard Music Festival, Maverick Concerts, Caramoor, Princeton Summer Chamber Concerts, Cooperstown Chamber Music Festival and Music in the Vineyards.
Internationally, the Horszowski Trio has performed an extensive tour of Japan, at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, for Virtuosi Concerts in Winnipeg. The trio scheduled to make its debut in Mexico at the Festival Internacional de Música de Cámara de San Miguel de Allende in 2018 and its Wigmore Hall debut in 2019. Based in New York City, the members of the Horszowski Trio teach at Columbia University and the Longy School of Music of Bard College.
Arthur Foote (1853-1937), Trio No. 2 in B flat major, Opus 65 (1908)
Charles Wuorinen (b. 1938), Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano (1983)
Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847), Trio No. 2 in C minor, Opus 66 (1845)