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Cellist Harry Clark and pianist Sanda Schuldmann

Saturday, June 11 at 3PM


Join us Saturday, June 11, 2022 at 3 PM, in the Madera Ballroom

Cellist Harry Clark and pianist Sanda Schuldmann, in four decades of music making have appeared on every important chamber music platform in this country. Hailed by the New York Times as an”exuberant pair, exhibiting artistic rapport and expressive unity with a quality of ardent commitment that shines through their work,” and by The Washington Post as “leading a long line of pluses is the marvelous musical nature of everything they do,” their concerts are anticipated as events where music is experienced rather than merely listened to.” 

 Recipient of Connecticut’s highest artistic achievement – The Governor’s Arts Award, the twosome led the organization they founded – Chamber Music PLUS – to regional and national renown in Connecticut and later in Arizona.  Chamber Music PLUS has a history of some 1000 concerts featuring dozens of world premieres by many of America’s most well known composers. Highlights include Benjamin Lees’ Double Concerto for Orchestra, Cello and Piano (premiered with the American Symphony Orchestra in Carnegie Hall), Pulitzer Prize-winning William Bolcom’s Capriccio for Cello and Piano at the Library of Congress, and multiple works by such diverse composers as Libby Larsen, Avery Sharpe and Robert Starer. The duo also has a long history of recording from standard sonatas for cello and piano to many first recordings of earlier women composers including Fanny Hensel, Amy Beach, Clara Schumann, and Lili and Nadia Boulanger.

 In unique offerings, numbering over fifty, Clark penned the entertaining blend of live theater, visual images, and music from Bach to Bernstein. Such stellar actors and musicians as Edward Herrmann, Lynn Redgrave, Lou Gossett, Jr, Michael Learned, Robert Beltran, Margot Kidder, Theo Bikel, Elke Sommer, Jasmine Guy, Hayley Mills, Bob Clendenin, Kathleen Chalfant, Shirley Knight, John Schuck, Robert Picardo, Armin Shimerman, Michael York, Jill Clayburgh,  and André Watts  join Clark and Schuldmann in offerings that have changed the face of classical music presentation.

No RSVP is needed.
Cash Bar.
A donation of $20 is suggested