The Three Bs and Peter Serkin – 7:30pm
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The Three Bs and Peter Serkin – 4pm
TICKETS ARE EXTREMELY LIMITED TO THE APRIL 23 PERFORMANCE. Please call 513.381.6868 to check availability. Linton celebrates the extraordinary string talents of the Queen City with CSO principals and CCM’s Ariel Quartet in this program featuring Mendelssohn’s remarkable Octet along with Beethoven’s Quintet nicknamed “The Storm” and a distinctive quartet by Kurtag. This rare event promises to be a grand season finale.
Linton Artistic Directors, Jaime Laredo & Sharon Robinson return to perform noteworthy piano quartets of Mozart and Fauré. They join award-winning violinist, Soovin Kim and pianist Gloria Chien, picked by the Boston Globe as one of the Superior Pianists of the Year. Kim and Chien will also perform Ravel’s sonata inspired by American Jazz and Blues.
As a thank you, Linton Subscribers will receive a complimentary ticket to this Subscriber Bonus Concert featuring the debuts of Elena Urioste, hailed by the Washington Post as “a drop-dead beauty who plays with equal parts passion, sensuality, brains, and humor” and prize-winning, British pianist Tom Poster. With a reputation for featuring exceptional artists that light up the Linton stage, this bonus program has become a popular event!
Vibrant sounds of the flute, harp, cello, and piano are on display in a unique program of trios. Travel through time as pianist Soyeon Kate Lee returns to the Linton stage to join CSO principal musicians Randolph Bowman, Gillian Benet Sella, and Ilya Finkelshteyn performing works by Rameau, Haydn, Weber, Foote, and Ravel.
THIS PERFORMANCE IS SOLD-OUT. Please call (513) 381-6868 to find out if tickets become available.
Celebrated violinist Cho-Liang Lin and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra pianist Michael Chertock team up with Norwegian cellist Truls Mørk to perform Dvořák’s beloved “Dumky” Trio. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to experience the artistry of one of the best cellists in the world perform in Linton’s intimate settings with these extraordinary artists.
Hailed as “an important new force in the chamber music arena” with a “dream-team line-up” (Strings Magazine), the Ehnes Quartet is comprised of four internationally renowned string musicians: violinists James Ehnes & Amy Schwartz Moretti, violist Richard O’Neill, and cellist Edward Arron. Don’t miss their performance of quartets by Beethoven and Bartók and Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet with Chicago Symphony Orchestra Principal, Stephen Williamson.
Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms – there is simply no better way to open the season. Artistic Directors, Sharon Robinson and Jaime Laredo join New York Philharmonic Principal, Cynthia Phelps, Linton favorite, Bella Hristova, and the legendary Peter Serkin to perform the beloved piano quintet of Brahms.