Clavier Trio: Schubert Night

Friday, October 5, 2012, 8:00 p.m.
Venue: Jonsson Performance Hall
Admission: $20
Season: 2012-13

The famed Clavier Trio includes Arkady Fomin (violin), David Korevaar (piano) and Jesús Castro-Balbi (cello). They celebrate their 15th season together with a night of Franz Schubert’s music.

The Clavier Trio serves as Ensemble-In-Residence at The University of Texas at Dallas, and is the nucleus to the Conservatory Music in the Mountains Festival in Durango, Colorado, a program of national and international repute that has attrected talented young musicians from all over the world each summer since 1997. Among its recordings, the Clavier Trio has released Passion & Glory, and is featured in a compact disc of Chamber Works by Robert Xavier Rodríguez on the Albany Records label. Their newest album, Transfigured Night, features music by Rachmaninov and Schönberg.

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