Concluding the 2015 year with recitals and master classes
Concluding the 2015 year with recitals and master classes Andreas Klein traveled across the USA to perform recitals and to present master classes in Georgia, Oregon, and California. In between, he produced a video recording of the ARCOS Orchestra New York which is going to result in a condensed promotional video.
Minguet Quartet recieves Diapason d'or
Diapason, France's leading magazine for classical music, awarded the Minguet Quartet & Huelgas Ensemble the prestigious Diapason d'or of the year 2015 for its recent CD with Wolfgang Rihm's ET LUX (released by ECM).
Opening Concert in Lithuania with a World Premiere
"The guarantee of a high quality performance has become guaranteed under the baton of regular guest conductor Christopher Lyndon Gee who led Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra's opening concert." KULTURA LYRTAS The concert featured the new complex work by popular Scottish composer James Dillon, "Andromeda"
Pianist Andreas Klein in concerts coast to coast
After a week in Louisiana as judge for the international piano competition, Pianist Andreas Klein continued performing his recital program with works from Bach to Brahms with stops in Ashland, Stockton and Chattanooga. Students as well at the competition as in Stockton benefited from his master classes.
Hugo Wolf Performs Hugo Wolf
The Hugo Wolf Quartett was joined by mezzo soprano, Olivia Vote in a program Hugo Wolf Quartett performs Hugo Wolf in Worcester and Clinton.They performed together from the song book of Hugo Wolf and Il Tramonto by Respighi. They included the Serenade and Intermezzo by Hugo Wolf and the Schumann Quartett. At the Poisson Rouge in NYC and in Jacksonville they offered string quartet programs
in October, the ATOS Trio performs commisssioned work at the Library of Congress on 9 US Citiy tour.
On their latest 9 City US Tour, of the ATOS Trio received standing ovations at the Library of Congress, Washington, DC with a commissioned work by Michael Hersch. Works on the programs included Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, Smetana and Dvorak, with stops in Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Boston, Syracuse, Providence