World-class violinist Anna Tsukervanik and the other members of the Murase-Moran-Tsukervanik Piano Trio encourage classical music lovers to experience a sharing of cultures through the joy of music by joining them on Sunday, February 10 at Le Petit Salon de Musique for a 2:00 p.m. performance. The trio will celebrate the extraordinary richness of Western Classical Music with works by Beethoven, Brahms, Yudakov and Shostakovich.
Tsukervanik began her musical studies at age four at the Uspensky Specialist Music School, Uzbekistan, and has been earning acclaim ever since. Her first solo performance was at the age of eight and she took first prize in the Glazunov International Violin Competition in Paris at just 14. She is a Grand-Prix winner of the International Violin Competition held in Alma-Ata (Kazakhstan). Anna has served as Concertmaster of the Lynn University Philharmonia in Boca Raton, FL and Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra in Stony Brook, NY.
Pianist Erica Murase has delighted audiences across the United States, Europe and Asia with her sensitive musical interpretations. Murase earned a doctorate in Piano Performance at Stony Brook University and holds degrees from the Manhattan School of Music, and Musikene, Spain, where she specialized in solo contemporary piano music. Dr. Murase is a faculty member of both Stony Brook University and The Stony Brook School Preparatory.
Cellist Stephen Moran began his professional career as a musician at the age of seven, singing in the Choir of Men and Boys of St. Paul’s K Street, where he earned $1.50 per service. More recent career highlights include performing alongside members of the Emerson Quartet and Arthur Haas. Stephen was recently selected for the prestigious Emerson String Quartet Institute and is a faculty member of the New York Conservatory in Syosset.
Please, join us to hear this multinational group perform works that span time and borders. Celebrate, embrace and share the joy of music.