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UPCOMING FEATURED EVENTS
Vivaldi’s Juditha Triumphans, a staged production presented jointly by Eudaimonia and the Longy School of Music. Eudaimonia, A Purposeful Period Band (Vivian Montgomery & Julia McKenzie, directors), announces an exciting collaboration with the Longy Early Music Department on Antonio Vivaldi’s oratorio Juditha Triumphans. This drama of nationalistic tyranny, sexual intimidation, and brutal deprivation is being presented in partnership with the following social action organizations from the Boston area: Tunefoolery Music, The Muslim Justice League, Yad Chessed, Family Promise Metrowest, and Samaritans of Boston. Further information and reserved seating at eudaimonia-music.org or by email at .
The Horszowski Trio takes its name from acclaimed Polish American pianist Mieczysław Horszowski—Ms. Aizawa was his last student at the Curtis Institute. Horszowski studied with Theodor Leschetizky in Vienna. Leschetizky studied with Carl Czerny. And Carl Czerny, of scalar and arpeggio fame, studied with Ludwig van Beethoven. In this concert, the Trio will celebrate the degrees of separation between them and the only composer whose name adorns Symphony Hall.
Longy is excited to announce that the acclaimed Horszowski Trio will be Artists-in-Residence this year. The trio will offer a series of three recitals exploring Homeland and its role in Beethoven’s life.
As the youngest participant in the 2005 Arthur Rubinstein Competition in Tel Aviv, Igor Levit won the Silver Prize, the Prize for Best Performer of Chamber Music, the Audience Favorite Prize and the Prize for Best Performer of Contemporary Music. Igor Levit’s presence was immediately felt and his career well launched.
Shostakovich: Selections from 24 Preludes and Fugues, Op. 87
Beethoven: Diabelli Variations