Zukerman Chamber Players
Grammy winner Pinchas Zukerman's new ensemble makes its Kennedy Center debut with works by Mozart and Dvorák.
- Sun., Mar. 4, 2007, 7:30 PM
- Terrace Theater
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Three-time Grammy-winning violinist, conductor, and music director Pinchas Zukerman has teamed up with four protégés from Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra--including his wife, cellist Amanda Forsyth--to form this acclaimed ensemble featuring a formidable mixture of youth and experience. The Zukerman Chamber Players begin their Kennedy Center debut program with Mozart's richly textured String Quintet in C major. Young award-winning Israeli pianist Benjamin Hochman joins them for Dvorák's Piano Quintet in A major, a central Romantic-era masterwork overflowing with folk dance rhythms and melodic warmth.
"Chamber music as it should be--true teamwork" --The Denver Post
"Zukerman's presence is a jolt in the arm, galvanizing his colleagues to match his conviction and musicianship." --The Chicago Tribune