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September 21, 2022 by
While nations rage, the piano duo of Yang Liu and Olivia I-Hsuan Tsai are a shining example of how people from conflicting worlds can come together to love and honor each other as individuals. This husband and wife team also strives to spread love and tolerance between different cultures through their Yang and Olivia Foundation.
August 31, 2022 by
This month we are looking forward to new recordings from the Danish String Quartet, Vivaldi's Women from La Serenissima, and Corazón: the Music of Latin America from John-Henry Crawford, with pianist Victor Santiago Asuncion, and guitarist Jiji.
August 23, 2022 by
Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904) wrote some of the most likable music in the classical repertoire. From his nine symphonies and operas to his copious amount of piano music, sacred choral works and significant body of chamber works, Dvořák’s genius overflowed with memorable melodies. And even when there’s a melancholy strain in his music, as there often is, one senses Dvořák’s optimism and ultimate belief in the goodness of the universe
August 17, 2022 by
Wildfires are raging, torrential rains are flooding the lowlands, melting glaciers are submerging coastlines and heatwaves are baking the landscape. A modern-day plague kills millions of people while nuclear powers rattle their sabers and threaten the world with annihilation.  In these scary and foreboding times, the medieval chant Dies Irae resonates more than ever.
August 11, 2022 by
Guarneri Hall's “pin-drop” acoustics make it an ideal environment for master classes. In fact, master classes have become an integral part of each season, always open to the public and live streamed on our website. 

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