Series brings award-winning pianist back for performance
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Renana Gutman
Renana Gutman
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MARLBORO- Award-winning pianist Renana Gutman returns to Marlboro College for the first two concerts in this year’s Music for a Sunday Afternoon series, performing in Ragle Hall on January 27 and February 3, at 3 pm. The concerts are an opportunity to hear world-class music in the snowy hills of Vermont, and they are free and open to the public.

On January 27, Gutman will perform Bach’s French Suite in C minor, Schubert’s “Sonata in A minor” and the Sonata in B minor by Liszt, considered his greatest composition for solo piano. Then on February 3, Gutman is joined by violinist Tessa Lark and cellist Alice Yoo for a selection of piano trios. They will perform Beethoven’s Piano Trio in E-flat major, op. 1, no. 1 and Schubert’s Piano Trio in B-flat major, op. 99.

Lark has performed widely with a number of symphonies and orchestras, and was a featured soloist with both the Beijing Symphony and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Yoo has performed extensively throughout the United States and abroad as a soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician, and is a top prizewinner of a number of cello competitions. Both are graduates of the New England Conservatory of Music and past Yellow Barn Music Festival musicians.

Marlboro College’s Music for a Sunday Afternoon series is one of several opportunities for the public to enjoy the variety of visiting speakers, artists, and musicians that enrich the curriculum in this close-knit learning environment. For more information on upcoming events go to www.marlboro.edu/news/events.

In case of inclement weather call the Marlboro College events line at (802) 451-7151.There is no charge.

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