Saturday August 3 at 7:30 pm VCA hosts the Salman Family in a concert of Beethoven, Schubert, Liszt and other great classical composers.
Mark Salman, pianist is a frequent performer at VCA in our music history lecture series, the last being the life and works of Maurice Ravel. At the August 3rd concert Mark will join his sons Benjamin Salman, also a pianist and Jonathan Salman, a cellist in works written for two pianos, cello and piano, four-hands (2 pianist at one piano) as well as solo piano.
Beethoven Cello Sonata D Major, Op.102 no. 2
Schubert piano duet Allegro in A Minor, D. 947 the “Lebensstürme” – Storm of Life.
Liszt Concerto Pathetique for two pianos
Debussy Cello Sonata
About the Performers:
Mark Salman has been hailed as a “heroic virtuoso”, and “a dazzling performer”. He performed in Seattle ‘A Chopin Celebration’ – a series of three recitals celebrating the composer’s 200th birthday in 2010, five recitals in honor of Liszt 200th birthday in 2011. Marc recently released a recording of the late Schubert sonatas and “Chopin’s Intimate Art: the Mazurkas”. A native of Connecticut, Mark began his studies at age eight and made his first recital debut at eleven. A graduate of The Julliard School, Mark also studied at MIT for two years concentrating on chamber music and composition. Mark lives and teaches in Seattle.
Benjamin Salman graduated this year from Stanford University with a major in performance and philosophy. Jonathan Salman is studying performance at New England Conservatory.
Saturday August 3 at 7:30 pm
$16 VCA Members, $18 Seniors/Students, $20 General. All Tickets at the Door $20.