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Weiss-Kaplan-Newman Trio (uncredited)

Weiss-Kaplan-Newman Trio

The Weiss-Kaplan-Newman Trio, a piano trio hailed by the New York Times as "three strong voices, locked in sequence," brings a program with classic trios by Beethoven and Schubert, as well as contemporary works by Higdon and Newman.

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About

The Weiss-Kaplan-Newman Trio is a blending of soloists, featuring three of the finest musicians on the concert stage. The ensemble embraces the music of the future while offering fresh insights into three centuries of masterworks, with performances exploring the repertoire from the first piano trios to exciting newly commissioned works. Hailed by the New York Times as "three strong voices, locked in sequence," the trio brings a program with classic Viennese masterpieces by Beethoven and Schubert, as well as contemporary works by Higdon and Newman.

Acclaimed as a pianist of "consummate artistry" (The Washington Post), Yael Weiss has performed around the world and been characterized as "remarkably powerful and intense... fine technique and musicianship in the service of an arresting array of music" (The New York Times). Hailed for gripping performances of "ever-increasing lyrical intensity" (The Strad), violinist Mark Kaplan plays the 1685 Stradivari named "The Marquis" after the Marchese Spinola, whose family owned the violin for several generations. First prize winner of the 2001 Walter W. Naumburg International Competition and recipient of an Avery Fisher Career Grant in 2004, cellist Clancy Newman's "technical mastery [has] proved entirely dazzling" (San Francisco Chronicle).
 

Artists

  • general artist image Yael Weiss, piano
  • general artist image Mark Kaplan, violin
  • general artist image Clancy Newman, cello
All events and artists subject to change without prior notice.

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