Tuesday, October 8, 2024

ATOS Trio

Tuesday, November 12, 2024

Avery Gagliano, Piano

Monday, February 10, 2025

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln
“Spanish Journey”

Thursday, April 3, 2025

Windsync

Tryon Concert Association 70th Season2024-2025  Concert Series

We are proud to offer another outstanding Tryon Concert Association subscription series for 2024-2025. We know that you will share our enthusiasm for these concerts, which represent a variety of musical talents and styles of international repute. As usual, this season’s concerts will be held at the Tryon Fine Arts Center. Our membership is limited to the 315-seat capacity of that performance hall. We expect that the 2024-2025 season tickets will be in great demand and encourage you to buy your subscription early.

ATOS Trio

Tuesday
October 8, 2024
7:30pm

“Three voices, one sound” (Detroit Free Press)

Pianist Thomas Hoppe, violinist Annette von Hehn, and cellist Stefan Heinemeyer have been hailed for their performances of the piano trio masterpieces as well as newer and lesser-known works. Formed in Berlin in 2003, the ensemble has won the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson International Trio Award, the Borletti-Buitoni Trust award, and recognition by the BBC as “New Generation Artists.”

They have appeared on stages worldwide: London’s Wigmore Hall, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, Sala São Paolo, Carnegie Hall, Berlin Philharmonic, and festivals in North America and Europe. Their discography includes classical and romantic repertoire and albums celebrating French, Russian, Czech, and Viennese music.

The trio is known for playing with the “kind of pitch-perfect unanimity of phrasing, tone, feeling and interpretation that distinguishes the finest chamber ensembles” (Detroit Free Press). One reviewer noted “[T]hey were Austrians in Haydn, Czechs in Dvořák, and Russians in Shostakovich.” Their Tryon performance promises to be a highlight.

Atos Trio

Avery Gagliano, Piano

Tuesday
November 12, 2024
7:30pm

“A distinctive young talent” (International Piano Magazine)

Winner of First Prize and Best Concerto Prize at the 2020 National Chopin Piano Competition, pianist Avery Gagliano was the only American semifinalist at the 18th International Chopin Competition in 2021. Other awards include the Audience Prize at the 2019 Cliburn International Junior Piano Competition, and the Aspen Music Festival Concerto Competition. In 2023, Ms. Gagliano was invited by Sir András Schiff to participate in his Building Bridges concert series in Europe.

She made her Carnegie Hall debut at age 20 and has since appeared in distinguished venues such as Luxembourg Philharmonie, Ehrbar Saal in Vienna, La Grange au Lac in Évian, and Miami International Piano Festival. More venues include the Verbier, Gilmore, Bravo!Vail!, Ravinia, and Aspen music festivals. Solo performances with orchestras have taken her to Louisville, Maryland, Aspen, New York, and Warsaw.

This young pianist brings emotional depth, sincerity, and exquisite voicing to her playing. Her thoughtful and intriguing spirit on the stage has made her a favorite of audiences. “Her ability to inhabit every room in the immense imagination of Frédéric Chopin came as a revelation,” wrote the New York Classical Review.

Avery Gagliano, Piano

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
“Spanish Journey”

Monday
February 10, 2025
7:30pm

“A Potent Evening of First Class Music Making” (The Strad)

“Spanish Journey” is a musical evening in Spain, featuring five Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center artists. The distinctive Spanish style is celebrated with trios by Mañuel de Falla and Joaquín Turino, guitar music by Isaac Albéniz and Joaquín Rodrigo, and songs by Pablo de Sarasate, Joaquín Rodrigo, and Fernando Obredors.

Violinist Kristin Lee, a musician of impeccable technique and versatility, created this program especially for the Chamber Music Society. She is known as a soloist, chamber musician, educator, and artistic director. Cellist Clive Greensmith, also a chamber musician, soloist, and teacher, was a member of the Tokyo String Quartet and has performed to great acclaim around the globe.

Guitarist Jason Vieaux is among the “elite of today’s classical guitarists” (Gramophone) who has performed at international venues to great acclaim. Winner of a Grammy award, he is known as a “soulful classical guitarist” (NPR). Soyeon Kate Lee is a prize-winning pianist who plays with a “huge, richly varied sound, a lively imagination and a firm sense of style” (The New York Times). Joining the instrumentalists is Vanessa Becerra, soprano. Of Latin American heritage, she has excelled in Spanish music and appeared in numerous opera houses across America.

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

WindSync

Thursday
April 3, 2025
7:30pm

WindSync “plays many idioms authoritatively, elegantly, with adroit technique, and with great fun” (All About Arts)

This group of five young artists is known as “a group of virtuosos who are also wonderful people, too” (Alison Young, Classical MPR). Focused on making a strong connection with audiences, the group plays from memory, breaking the “fourth wall” between musicians and audiences.

The ensemble began touring after winning the 2012 Concert Artist Guild Victor Elmaleh Competition and the 2016 Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition. Recent performance venues include Shalin Liu Performance Center in Massachusetts, Chamber Music Tulsa, Phoenix Chamber Music Society, The Ravinia Festival, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, Shanghai Oriental Arts Center, and Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall.

Flutist Garrett Hudson, Oboist Emily Tsai, clarinetist Graeme Steele Johnson, bassoonist Kara LaMoure, and horn player Anni Hochhalter make up the ensemble. Each of these artists has achieved recognition and accolades as soloists. It is, however, as an ensemble that the true beauty of their artistry shines.

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