We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

No products were found matching your selection.

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

No products were found matching your selection.

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

No products were found matching your selection.

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

No products were found matching your selection.

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

AmiciMusic presents a concert of trios for the wonderful combination of flute, oboe, and piano featuring music by J.S. Bach, Rossini, Ibert, Madeline Dring, and African-American composer William Grant Still.   Alicia Chapman will do double duty on both oboe and English Horn to add an extra layer of beauty to the texture.  Ms. Chapman and Ms. Kibler have performed all around the world with such ensembles as the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.   You won’t want to miss this intriguing blend of instruments in intimate settings.

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

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We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

Check out a recording of Alex and Dan performing Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Bells:

 

Check out Alex Watson performing his rendition of “Go Tell it on the Mountain” from his Holiday Expressions CD

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join us for a very fun summer program featuring two fantastic flutists performing virtuosic duos with piano.  They will perform works by Debussy, Donizetti, and Doppler as well as sultry tangos by Piazzolla, a Mexican Fantasy by Zyman and three Dances by Schocker.  Lea Kibler, who has performed on several wonderful AmiciMusic programs, returns with her friend and colleague Deborah Heller from Jacksonville, in this exciting concert that will get your feet tapping.   Check out a video below of Lea and Dan performing some Piazzolla:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Though this is not an official AmiciMusic performance, we are always happy to support talented young musicians.   Aaron Lipsky is a phenomenal 15 year-old clarinetist who recently performed on our “Next Generation” concert with fellow teen-ager, Aaron Chen.  He has a maturity well beyond his young age and is a tremendous talent.   He will team up with Alex Watson, a wonderful pianist who recently performed with me on our “Four-Hand Holiday” program.   They have planned a very exciting program of American Favorites from Klezmer to Jazz that will include works by Gershwin, Goodman, Joplin, Artie Shaw, and more.  I hope you can check it out!

Here is a video of Aaron performing with me on the “Next Generation” concert:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

Join AmiciMusic as we highlight the next generation of great musicians, featuring two wonderful high school prodigies from the Asheville region.  Aaron Lipsky, clarinet, and Aaron Chen, cello, have both already won numerous awards, prizes, and competitions and have spent time at the Brevard Music Festival as well.   They will be joined by pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser as they perform thrilling trios by Beethoven and Brahms and each will do a virtuosic solo piece as well.   Part of our AmiciMusic mission is to promote the next generation of talent and we are very excited to showcase the two Aarons in this wonderful program.  Please join us at either of the two House Concerts (in Hendersonville or Biltmore Lake) or at the two public concerts at White Horse Black Mountain and First Presbyterian of Asheville.   You will be amazed at the talent, poise, and maturity of these two youngsters who make it clear that classical music is definitely not dying yet!

Watch Aaron Lipsky perform Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Aaron Chen perform Lalo’s Concerto below:

All Souls Cathedral, Biltmore Village

READ the REVIEW of this CONCERT:   Click on the following link to read a wonderful review of the “Winds of Winter” program from last night’s show at First Presbyterian written by Jason Decristofaro for the fantastic online Arts Journal, the Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC):  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=8786.

AmiciMusic is proud to present the debut performance of a new addition to the Asheville area music scene, the Brevard Woodwind Quintet.  Made up of some of the finest performers in the region, these players first met while performing recently with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra and have decided to join forces in this fantastic combination of instruments—-flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French Horn.   This program will include some lighter music for Woodwind Quintet by Danzi, Ibert, and Arnold and then pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will join them for a powerful Romantic Piano Sextet by Ludwig Thuille, a largely forgotten Austrian composer who wrote some lush music in the style of Brahms and Richard Strauss

Watch a video of a movement from the beautiful Thuille Piano Sextet below: