A program featuring a powerful, but neglected Piano Trio for clarinet, cello, and piano by the Romantic French composer, Vincent D’Indy! We will also perform the early Piano Trio for the same instrumental combination by Beethoven, a piece much closer in sound to Haydn and Mozart than the later Beethoven. Two other small pieces by Friedrich Voight and Emil Hartmann fill out the program. Join us at our wonderful home in the Guilford area for a truly intimate chamber music concert with some exciting music you rarely hear along with some great food and drink!
Lawrence Stomberg, cello, has been hailed for his “style and elegance” and “lyrical expressiveness.” He enjoys a wide-ranging career as soloist, chamber musician and pedagogue. He currently serves as cellist of the acclaimed Serafin String Quartet and has performed throughout the U.S., Europe, South America, and China. Stomberg served on the faculties at Truman State University in Missouri and Oklahoma State University before joining the music faculty at the University of Delaware in 2004, where he is currently Associate Professor of Cello. He lives in Delaware with his wife, cellist Jennifer Crowell Stomberg and their three children. Mr. Stomberg plays a School of Testore cello, circa 1727, obtained with the generous assistance of Dr. William Stegeman.
Steve Loew, clarinet, is a former member of the US Marine Band and a member of the White House Orchestra who has performed for Presidents Ford, Carter, Reagan, and Bush Senior. A graduate of the Juilliard School of Music, Mr. Loew has also played with the New York Philharmonic, the National Symphony Orchestra, and has collaborated with such artists as Marvin Hamlisch, Doc Severinsen, Roberta Flack, Meatloaf, Barbara Cook, and Johnny Mathis.
Mr. Loew was born in Brooklyn, NY and now lives in Asheville, NC.