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Sunday, October 5, 2014 at 3:00 p.m.
The Forum in Decker College Center, McDaniel College

CHAMBER MUSIC ON THE HILL PRESENTS "EUROPEAN MUSICAL ALLIANCE"

Pianist David Kreider and cellist Maxim Kozlov will perform: Beethoven's Sonata in A Major; Cesar Franck's Sonata in A Major; excerpts from the Sonata in G minor by Sergei Rachmaninoff and Minstrel's Song by Alexandre Glazunov.

Pianist David Kreider, McDaniel College Music Faculty member, is the founder and Artistic Director of Chamber Music on the Hill (CMOTH). He has performed frequently on the CMOTH Concert Series since its inception in 1990. Solo performances include frequent appearances in the mid-Atlantic States as well as previous recitals in Carnegie Recital Hall (New York) and the Musikverein (Vienna).

Cellist Maxim Kozlov has performed as a soloist and as Principal Cellist with the Chamber Orchestra, Kremlin, with whom he gave over 700 concerts throughout Europe, Canada, South America and the U.S. More recently, he was Principal Cellist in the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra, and along with a fellow Peabody Institute graduate is a founding member of Monument Piano Trio

The bright, energetic yet sensitive performances of these two amazing musicians will be sure to please all aficionados of four great composers.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.
The WMC Alumni Hall Main Stage, McDaniel College

ST.MARY'S COLLEGE OF MD FACULTY ARTISTS

A special concert (OPEN to the public) during McDaniel College's
10h Annual Chamber Music & Collaborative Piano Studies Camp
(Visit www.mcdaniel.edu/orchestracamp)

Josè Miguel Cueto is concertmaster of Concert Artists of Baltimore, serves on the faculty at The Peabody Institute
and is Artist in Residence at Saint Mary.s College of Maryland. He performs worldwide.

Suzanne Orban, cello professor at St. Mary.s College of Maryland, was Principal Cellist with the Annapolis Symphony
and performs with the Baltimore Opera Company, Annapolis Chamber Orchestra and the Virginia Chamber Orchestra.

Brian Ganz, widely regarded as a leading pianist of his generation, has performed worldwide
and is on the piano faculty of The Peabody Conservatory and St. Mary.s College, Maryland.

The program will feature a Tchaikovsky trio and a Schumann Quartet (joined by violist, Jennifer Rende).
Sunday, November 2, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.
The Forum in Decker College Center, McDaniel College

CHAMBER MUSIC WINNERS, LISZT-GARRISON INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

Concert immediately follows an optional dinner which will begin at 5:00 p.m. The dinner, available for an additional fee, will feature a traditional Hungarian menu. For information on the cost of, and reservations for, dinner, please call 410-857-2244.

Soprano Laura Strickling's brilliant vocal performances include Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall and the Kennedy Center. She is an alumna of Berkshire Opera Company and has performed at the Tanglewood Music Center.

Pianist Liza Stepanova has performed at New York's Carnegie, Alice Tully and Steinway Halls and The Kennedy Center in Washington DC. She has been on the faculty at The Juilliard School since 2012.

In 2013 Lisa and Laura won the First Prize Award for Exceptional Performance, Duo Division, at the Liszt-Garrison Festival and International Piano Competition held at the Notre Dame of Maryland University. Chamber Music on the Hill is honored to be part of the Liszt-Garrison family.

Their concert will feature works by Franz Liszt, Claude Debussy, Cecile Chaminade, Gioacchino Rossini and others.


Sunday, March 8, 2015 at 3:00 p.m.
(Little) Baker Chapel, McDaniel College

ALL-BAROQUE CONCERT

Canadian-born Nicholas Currie is Concertmaster of the Mid-Atlantic Symphony, and Principal Second of Concert Artists of Baltimore. He also has performed widely as a soloist and chamber musician.

Cellist and composer Tim Anderson has performed chamber music throughout the U.S., Canada, and Austria. He is music director of the Concord Ensemble which appeared on the "Today Show" and in the movie "The Visiting". Tim is a member of the Lancaster Symphony and the Live Wire String Quartet. He is presently cello instructor at McDaniel College and Harford Community College.

Don Horneff teaches piano, harpsichord, brass pedagogy and electronic music at McDaniel College. He performs solo, in duos and trios extensively throughout the mid-Atlantic Region. He is the Director of Music and organist at Emmanuel United Church of Christ in Hanover, PA.

The ornate music of 1600-1750 Europe, Baroque style is notable for complex harmonies, including counterpoint, and increased emphasis on contrast. Bach, Handel and Vivaldi are a few of the many well-known Baroque composers.


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