Mr. Stoltzman was magnificent, floating a limpid tone with a kaleidoscope of colors, phrasing lyrically and with impressive understanding of each musical context.
— Baltimore Sun

SPECIAL PROJECTS

IN PERFORMANCE WITH THE BORROMEO STRING QUARTET

"They combined to give us an evening of chamber music we are not likely to forget." Peninsula Reviews, Carmel, CA

Serving on faculty at NEC brings these artists together regularly to tackle Brahms, Hindemith and Mozart on tour Their Mozart Quintet has been described as a "a magical work that received a magical performance." They have recently finished a recording of Andrew Imbrie‚Äôs Quintet, a work that they premiered. 


IN PERFORMANCE WITH THE AMERICAN STRING QUARTET

The musical friendship among these five players has been thriving for decades. They regularly tour the US and Europe together and continue to bring their "magical warmth" (St. Louis Dispatch) to Mozart and Brahms as well as many American composers, including a recent work by Bright Sheng. Their "favorites" program also highlights great quintet movements that are beloved by audiences and rarely performed.


IN PERFORMANCE WITH ELIOT FISK, guitar

Always ready to stretch boundaries, these two charismatic virtuosi join together for a musical feast, capturing the flavor and folk melodies of Europe as well as the heart and soul of America's mountains and cities. Works range from Bach, Bartok and Robert Beaser to Steve Reich and Stephen Foster. A record release is forth-coming. The collaboration among these unique musicians is "fun, joyous and unassuming."


IN PERFORMANCE WITH PETER JOHN STOLTZMAN, piano

Father and son ("a monster jazz piano player" - Los Angeles Times) have delighted audiences in the US from Washington State to Washington, DC and throughout Italy and Japan.  The Stoltzmans have been featured on "CBS Sunday Morning", NPR's "Performance Today" and "Weekend Edition" shows as well as on the Voice of America network.  All-American programs can include Bernstein, Copland, Carter, Gershwin, Ellington, Brubeck, Monk, and Porter. 

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