Program:

  • Piano Trio in C Minor, op. 101
  • Piano Trio in C Major, op. 67
  • Piano Trio in B Major, op. 8

Most concerts will take place at 3 p.m. in the PNC Recital Hall on the first floor of the Mary Pappert School of Music. Join us for a 2:15 p.m. informative talk and complimentary public reception after each performance. A $10 donation is suggested.

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Triple Play

Tuesday, October 30, 2007 at 8 p.m.

  • Andrés Cárdenes, violin
  • David Allen Wehr, piano
  • Anne Martindale Williams

The three trios for piano, violin and cello span forty years, essentially the composer's entire creative life. Their masterly blend of passion and intellect has made them cornerstones of the chamber music repertoire.

Note the special day and time for this outstanding program.

Jim Cunningham, host of WQED-FM’s Morning Show, presents a pre-concert talk about the evening’s program at 7:15 p.m. in PNC Recital Hall.

Andres Cardenes Renowned concert violinist, concertmaster, conductor and teacher, Andrés Cárdenes brings to his performing the passion and the dedication of a master musician. Cuban-born Cárdenes has garnered international acclaim from both critics and audiences alike for his ferocious technique balanced by a remarkable tonal subtlety. Since capturing the top American prize in the 1982 Tchaikovsky International Violin Competition in Moscow, Cárdenes has appeared with over eighty orchestras worldwide, including those of Moscow, Pittsburgh, Saint Louis, Los Angeles, Houston, Helsinki, Caracas, Barcelona, Brussels and Shanghai.

Anne Martindale WilliamsAnne Martindale Williams is originally from Philadelphia. On graduating from the Curtis Institute, she was engaged by the Pittsburgh Symphony as Associate Principal Cellist, and was promoted to Principal Cellist by Music Director Andre Previn. She is in constant demand as a chamber music player and visits many festivals each summer. Her Tecchler cello was made in Rome in 1701.

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