Martin Chalifour and Steven Vanhauwaert in Recital

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Sunday, March 30, 2014 - 7:30pm
Location: 
Valley Beth Shalom

The Jewish Music Commission of Los Angeles

and

Valley Beth Shalom

are honored to present

Martin Chalifour, concertmaster of the Los Angeles Philharmonic

and

Steven Vanhauwaert internationally acclaimed pianist
in a wide-ranging recital of masterpieces by
Antonin Dvorak, Joseph Achron,
Franz Schubert
and Gabriel Fauré.

Sunday  March 30, 2014  7:30 PM

Valley Beth Shalom
15739 Ventura Boulevard
Encino

 

Tickets: $10 advanced reservation; $15 at the door

For reservations and information, call Valley Beth Shalom (818) 788-6000

Reservations close at noon on Friday, March 28th.

Audience comments:

The recital last night with Martin Chalifour and Steven Vanhauwaert was nothing short of magnificent!  The program selections were seldom-heard masterpieces, their comments were informative and entertaining, and we really felt connected to these two wonderful virtuosi.  What a privilege!

t was a magnificent  evening of fabulous music and talent.  What a treat to be able to see these two fabulous muscians play incredible music such an intimate setting.  We see Chalifont often at Disney with the Kreisler Strad, but this was really special.  The comments on the Jewish composer and the music were fascinating. 

It was a magnificent evening. Truly a privilege to be in stellar company and enjoy such beautiful music. Kol ha kavod.

I'm still on cloud nine from last night's concert!  It surely was magnificent!
Please tell me the date of the very special violin. I never heard such a marvelous sound in our Synagogue.

Fabulous evening.  Congratulations.

Program: 

 

Dvorak: Romantic pieces: Op. 75 (B.150) (1887)

1. Cavatina: moderato

2. Capriccio: poco allegro

3. Romance: allegro

Achron:  Two Dances from Tempenyu Suite (1930)

1. Scher Op. 42 (1917)

2. Freilachs  Op. 20, No.2

 

Schubert: Fantasy in C major: D934 (1827)

-------Intermission--------

Faure: Sonata in A major: Op.13 (1876)