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Sunday At Central: Past Seasons

2014-2015 season

September 7, 2014  "Beethoen Part 2"

Pianist Peter Takács and cellist Robert deMaine returned to complete the cycle of Beethove works for cello and piano. 

 

October 12, 2014  "Dreaming in Colors"

Canaletto Ensemble presented the world première of "Dreaming in Colors" by HyeKyung Lee (Denison University) in collaboration with the well known artist Christian Faur

 

February 8, 2015 "Where are They Now?"

International prize winning Calidore String Quartet made their Columbus debut and presented a stunning afternoon of quartets. 

 

March 29, 2015  "Virtuosic Vignettes"

Rodin Duo (David Niwa and Mariko Kaneda) returned with the traditional show-stopping violin and piano recital.

 

May 31, 2015  "Ultimate String Quintets"

The High Street Four joined by violist Belinda Reuning-Burge in a presentation of Mozart's stellar G minor quintet and Brahms's majestic F major quintet. 

 


2013-2014 season

September 29, 2013  "Poet's Love"

Jason Hiester, Tenor, and Mariko Kaneda, piano, performed Schumann's Dichterliebe and 19th century songs by British composers.


December 15, 2013  "Stompin' for the Holidays"

Tom Battenberg and the High Street Stompers Dixieland Band performed a classic Dixieland show with a Holiday twist.


January 26, 2014  "Where Are They Now?"

Pianist Igor Lovchinsky was born in Russia and grew up in Columbus. He returned to give an exciting piano recital performing works by Bach, Kapustin, Scriabine and Liszt.


February 23, 2014  "Just Prokofiev…"

Violinists David Niwa, Leonid Polonsky and pianist Mariko Kaneda performed the two violin and piano sonatas, the sonata for two violins as well as selected pieces for piano solo written by his grandson Gabriel Prokofiev.


April 13, 2014  "The Heart of Warsaw--Chopin"

Pianist Gail Niwa returned to Columbus for an all Chopin program. She was joined by CSO principal cellist Luis Biava for the cello sonata.


May 18, 2014  "Ultimate Piano Quartets"

The Canaletto Ensemble presented two piano quartets: Fauré Op. 15 and Schumann Op. 47

 



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