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Meet the Musicians: Violin Duo Patricia Sunwoo and David Brickman at the Mission on March 28 @ 7:30pm

2015 March 24
by Michael

The Next Meet the Musicians Event features Violin Duo Patricia Sunwoo and David Brickman.  The free concert takes place at the South Wedge Mission at 125 Caroline Street on Saturday March  28, 2015 at the updated time of 7:30 pm.   This is first of two events that will feature Classical Music.   If you attended last year, then you probably  already know you will want to come early to get a seat  – as the performance and conversation with Patricia and David was a very popular concert in our inaugural year. As these violinists just happen to be neighborhood residents, we are extremely fortunate to be able to to enjoy the talents of two professional musicians and educators who have performed across Europe and America.  This concert will not include an intermission but you may come early or stay awhile after it concludes to visit with musicians neighbors.

PatDuo21015JPGPatricia Sunwoo enjoys a varied career as a chamber musician, educator and member of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. As a member of the Whitman String Quartet, winner of the 1998 Walter Naumburg Chamber Music Award, she concertized and gave master classes across the United States and Europe for five years. In 2001 she joined the Finger Lakes Chamber Ensemble and Bard Festival String Quartet, with whom she currently tours. Ms. Sunwoo was on the faculty at Binghamton University from 2001 to 2006, and was a teaching artist for the Midori Foundation in New York City and American String Teachers Association String Institute at Ithaca College.  More here…

         
DavidDuo21015JPGDavid Brickman fell in love with the violin as a child when he heard Nathan Milstein’s recording of the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto. Many more gems were to be discovered in his parents’ record collection. (For youngsters: Records are a sort of antique CD.) Mr. Brickman began Suzuki violin lessons at the age of 9 in Albany, NY. He completed his training at the Eastman School of Music, where he is now an Associate Professor, and at Indiana University in Bloomington. He performs as a soloist, a chamber musician, and an orchestral musician. Mr. Brickman has performed in solo and chamber music concerts with Hilary Hahn, Jon Nakamatsu, Eliot Fisk, and members of the Emerson String Quartet.  More here…
         

All series concerts are at the South Wedge Mission at 125 Caroline Street and are scheduled for Saturday evening.  Each event is an opportunity to a enjoy a performance and also, in the words of series Classical programmer, David Brickman: “a chat about music in a comfortable, informal and intimate environment”.

“Meet the Musicians” concerts are free with donations appreciated but entirely optional.  Each evening’s  social time will include refreshments at intermission.Major funding is provided by the supporting members of the Highland Park Neighborhood Association  and also via the Neighborhood Spirit Award for 2014 that was part of the Rochester Regional Health System’s Flower City Challenge.     Other funds and assistance are contributed by the South Wedge Mission.This series was planned as four very special evenings with music, great acoustics and conversations with the musicians themselves.   The program includes two concerts with Jazz and two with Classical Music:

For more information contact Michael Tomb: arts@highlandparkrochester.org.

Artists Performing at Meet the Musicians 2015

Artists performing in the 2015 series include: Harold Pannell & Friends, Patricia Sunwoo & David Brickman, The Charlie Mitchell Group, and the Amenda Quartet

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