Join us for an evening of Jewish chamber music and other favorites with Yaniv Dinur & Prometheus Trio featuring appearances by Ilana Setapen & Cantor Richard Newman.
Yaniv Dinur is the Associate Conductor of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and the newly appointed Music Director of the New Bedford Symphony in Massachusetts. He made his conducting debut at the age of 19 with the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, a performance that resulted in multiple return engagements with the NSO. Following his European debut, he was invited to perform with the Israel Camerata, making him the youngest conductor ever to conduct an orchestra in Israel.
Prometheus Trio is critically acclaimed year after year and currently embarking on its eighteenth season in residence at the Conservatory, its third with violinist Margot Schwartz joining founding members, Scott Tisdel & Stefanie Jacob. Prometheus continues its tradition of combining much loved chamber music classics with works that both challenge and excite the performers and their audience. Both Jacob and Tisdel are members of Sinai who share their musical gifts, most notably during Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur afternoon.
Music by Jewish composers all introduced and tied together by Yaniv Dinur, in his inimitable fashion.
• Robert Kahn, Lieder for voice and trio, featuring Cantor Richard Newman
• Moritz Moszkowski. Suite for 2 violins and piano, with violinists Ilana Setapen & Margot Schwartz joined by Yaniv Dinur
• Paul Schoenfield, Café Music for piano trio
Plus, 2 pieces by Antonìn Dvorák: Bagatelles for violins, cello, and piano & a Slavonic Dance for piano 4-hands
$36 General seating with advance purchase by Oct. 26
$50 after Oct. 26 or day of show
$200 for 6 Premium Seats for performance & invitation to champagne & hors d’ouevres Pre-show Reception
$100 for 4 Preferred Seats for performance & invitation to champagne & hors d’ouevres Pre-show Reception
Sponsorships must be received by October 26