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Summit Symphony to Perform on March 17

February 13, 2013 at 8:20 PM

The Summit Symphony Orchestra will present its next concert of the 2012-13 season on Sunday, March 17 at 3:00pm, at the Summit High School, located on Kent Place Blvd.  The concert will include music by Schubert, Beethoven and Brahms.  The featured soloist for this concert will be pianist Jon Klibinoff.  There will be a pre-concert lecture beginning at 2:15 for this performance.

 

Under the direction of conductor James Sadewhite, the Summit Symphony Orchestra will perform the Overture to Rosamunde by Schubert, Concerto for Piano in C minor  by Beethoven, and Symphony No. 2 in D major by Brahms.

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Jon Klibonoff has appeared as orchestra soloist, solo recitalist and chamber musician throughout the U.S. and abroad. His numerous awards include the Silver Medal of the Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition, the Affiliate Artists Xerox Pianists Award, the Pro Musicis Foundation Award, First Prize at the Kosciuszko Chopin Competition, The Concert Artists Guild Competition, and a Solo Recitalists Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts.
 
Mr. Klibonoff has performed as guest artist with numerous chamber groups, including the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and the Shanghai, Miami and Lark String Quartets. He has collaborated with many instrumentalists including flutist Carol Wincenc, clarinetist David Shifrin and cellist Yo-Yo Ma. His orchestral engagements include the Baltimore, Utah, Buffalo, Denver and North Carolina Symphonies. A graduate of the Juilliard School and the Manhattan School of Music, Mr. Klibonoff is on the faculty of the Manhattan School of Music.

 
For more information about this concert and about the Summit Symphony Orchestra, please visit our website at www.summitsymphonynj.org.
 
Funding for this concert has been made possible by the Summit Area Public Foundation.

Admission for this concert is free

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