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Neave Piano Trio to Perform January 30

 Free Concert to Feature Piano Trios by Debussy, Shostakovich and Piazzolla  

Neave Piano Trio HeadshotThe widely acclaimed Neave Piano Trio will present a free concert at 6:15 pm Wednesday, Jan. 30, at the Rancho Bernardo Library, 17110 Bernardo Center Drive.

 The group will perform Debussy’s Piano Trio in G Major, Shostakovich’s Piano Trio No. 2 in E minor, Op. 67 and Piazzolla’s Las Cuatros Estaciones Porteñas (Four Seasons of Buenos Aires).

Regarded as one of the finest emerging young chamber ensembles, the group features Mikhail Veselov on cello, Eri Nakamura on piano and Anna Williams on violin.  They have performed at concert series and festivals worldwide, striving to champion new works by living composers, reaching wider audiences through innovative concert presentations and regularly collaborating with artists of all mediums. 

Their sophomore album, French Moments (Chandos Records, June 2018), features the only known piano trios by Debussy, Fauré, and Roussel. According to BBC Music Magazine, “The performances balance passion with sensitivity and grace,” while The Strad praises the trio’s “eloquent phrasing and deft control of textures.” 

Their newest album, Celebrating Piazzolla (Azica Records, November 2018), honors the music of Astor Piazzolla with Las Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas and new arrangements by Leonardo Suárez Paz for piano trio and mezzo-soprano Carla Jablonski.  Neave’s 2016 debut album, American Moments, was released to critical acclaim on Chandos Records and features works by Korngold, Foote, and Bernstein.   

This series of Classical and Jazz Concerts is sponsored by the nonprofit Friends of the Rancho Bernardo Library as a cultural service to the community. There is no charge and tickets are not required. Donations are encouraged to cover the costs of the musicians.   Submitted by Jeff Meyer RB Friends Publicity Chair

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