Music in our Sanctuary

CAMERATA NEW ENGLAND 

PIANO TRIO

Omar Güey, violin
Linda Galvan, cello
Evelyn Zuckerman, piano

Woodstock Unitarian Universalist Church
2 p.m., October 1, 2017

Fantasy Pieces, Op. 88                                                                           Robert Schumann

1.  Romance
2.  Humoreske
3.  Duet
4.  Finale

Piano Trio No. 4 in E Minor, Op. 90                                                     Antonin Dvořák
         (“Dumky”)

  1. Lento maestoso – Allegro vivace, quasi doppio movimento – Tempo I – Allegro molto
  2. Poco adagio – Vivace non troppo
  3. Andante – Vivace non troppo – Andante – Allegretto
  4. Andante moderato (quasi tempo di marcia) – Allegretto scherzando –Meno mosso -Allegro – Moderato
  5. Allegro
  6. Lento maestoso – Vivace,quasi doppio movimento – Lento – Vivace

Next in the 2017-2018 UU Sundays at 2 Chamber Music Series:

November 12:  Adaskin String Trio
March 18: Ziang Xu (piano)
April 15: Ronald Lowry (cello) and Lois Shapiro (piano)
May 13: Chia-Chen Liu (viola), Hyun-Ji Kwon (cello), Victor Rosenbaum (piano)

Camerata New England brings extraordinary chamber music to our region, presenting nationally and internationally known musicians from New England and beyond who perform together in large and small ensembles.   This concert features the Camerata New England Piano Trio.

Brazilian violinist Omar Chen Güey received a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree from Stony Brook University.  He also holds a Master’s degree from the Juilliard School and a Bachelor’s degree from the Manhattan School of Music.  He was awarded a full scholarship for graduate studies by the Brazilian government, as well as a scholarship from the Juilliard School and the Aspen Music Festival Fellowship.  Mr. Güey has performed internationally as a soloist with orchestras, in recitals and chamber music concerts throughout Brazil as well as the United States, Europe, Taiwan, Kenya, and the Seychelles.  He has won prizes at the Tibor Varga and Lipizer International Violin Competitions in Switzerland and Italy, respectively.  He was assistant concertmaster of the Orquesta de la Comunidad Valenciana, in Valencia, Spain, and he has served as concertmaster of the Jerusalem International Symphony Orchestra in Israel, and as guest assistant concertmaster with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra and the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet.

Cellist Linda Galvan has performed as recitalist, soloist, and principal cellist throughout Europe, Canada, and the United States. She holds a BMP and Performer’s Certificate from the Eastman School of Music, where she studied with Ronald Leonard.  As a two-time Fulbright Scholar, she studied with Maurice Gendron in Germany and remained in Europe as first solo cello with the National Ballet and Dance Theater of the Netherlands, and as a member of the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra.  Ms.Galvan has been on the faculty of the University of Victoria (BC) and has performed with the St. Louis Symphony as well as nationally and internationally. She is well known as a private teacher of cello; her students have won important competitions and been placed in prestigious music schools and conservatories.

Pianist Evelyn Zuckerman began her piano studies at the age of three with her mother, and by six was giving public performances in New York City.  She performs with Camerata New England, and as part of the Camerata New England Piano Trio. A graduate of the Juilliard School with Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in piano, she has performed on piano and harpsichord with the Boston, San Jose, and Honolulu symphony orchestras, the Boston Pops, and the Hanover Chamber Orchestra.    Ms. Zuckerman was a member of the Boston Musica Viva, performing contemporary chamber music throughout New England, including at the Hopkins Center at Dartmouth.  With that group she made a number of recordings and toured Europe.  She has taught at Tufts University and at the New England Conservatory of Music.  Currently, she is teaching piano, coaching chamber music, and performing regularly in the Upper Valley.

Next in the 2017-2018 UU Sundays at 2 Chamber Music Series:

November 12:  Adaskin String Trio
March 18: Ziang Xu (piano)
April 15: Ronald Lowry (cello) and Lois Shapiro (piano)
May 13: Chia-Chen Liu (viola), Hyun-Ji Kwon (cello), Victor Rosenbaum (piano)