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Pegasus: FOLK INSPIRATIONS – Chamber Series
May 21, 2021 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT$15.00
Join Pegasus’s concertmaster—Eiko Kano (violin) and principal – Moran Katz (clarinet) with founder and artistic director Karén Hakobyan (piano)—for a creative program inspired by Folk Music. Listeners will be swept from the intricate Spanish folk melodies of de Falla to the raw and energetic Romanian melodies of Bartók; from the joyful Armenian folk melodies of Khachaturian to Lutoslawski’s bold and modern approach to folk music. Program will also feature works by Rachmaninoff, Piazzolla, Kovács and Bagdasarian.
Special note from Pegasus:
We would like to dedicate our concert FOLK INSPIRATIONS to honor the memory of Dr. Vartan Gregorian (1934-2021). A true visionary, a great humanitarian, enlightened educator with honorary doctorates, and national honors including the Presidential Medal of Freedom. A person who saved the New York Public Library, the president of Brown University and Carnegie Corporation. One of the co-founders of Aurora Prize, a champion of human rights and a proud Armenian who always supported the community in every way possible.
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BACH Gavotte en Rondeau from Partita No. 3 in E Major for solo violin
LUTOSLAWSKI Dance Preludes for clarinet and piano
RACHMANINOFF Vocalise for violin and piano
FALLA Dance Espagnole for violin and piano
KOVACS Hommage a Manuel de Falla for solo clarinet
KHATCHATURIAN Trio for violin, clarinet and piano
BAGDASARIAN Rhapsody for violin and piano
PIAZZOLLA Tango Etudes No. 4 and No. 3 for clarinet and piano
BARTOK – Six Romanian Dances for violin and piano
EIKO KANO: Critically-acclaimed violinist, prizewinner of international competitions, assistant concertmaster of Albany Symphony.
“Electrifying intensity and lyrical expression” —Kyoto Newspaper
MORAN KATZ: Distinguished clarinetist with performances in top concert halls around the world, winner of multiple international competitions.
“A Master Clarinetist…Remember the name: Moran Katz. She is terrific…” -Sedgwick Clark, Musical America
KAREN HAKOBYAN: award-winning pianist and composer, founder and conductor of Pegasus: e Orchestra.
“A musician of abundant gifts and bountiful ideas” —New York Concert Review