Westminster Conservatory Recitals return September 15

Music for Violin and Piano on September 15
Opens Westminster Conservatory at Nassau Season

At 12:15 p.m. Thursday, September 15 the first Westminster Conservatory at Nassau recital of the season will take place in the Niles Chapel, featuring music for violin and piano.  Two members of the Westminster Conservatory teaching faculty, Dezheng Ping, violin, and Larissa Korkina, piano will perform music by Clara Schumann and Gabriel Fauré.  Admission is free; masking is recommended.

On September 15 the program will comprise Three Romances for violin and piano by Clara Wieck Schumann and the Sonata A Major for violin and piano by Gabriel Faure.

The twenty-first season of Westminster Conservatory at Nassau will continue on October 20 with piano soloist Choah Kim performing Prokofiev and Ravel.

Concerts & Recitals – September 2018


Westminster Conservatory at Nassau
Thursday, September 20

On Thursday, September 20 at 12:15 p.m. the seventeenth season of Westminster Conservatory at Nassau will open with a recital of music for piano, four hands.  The performers, Inessa Gleyzerova Shindel and Galina Prilutskaya, are members of the teaching faculty of Westminster Conservatory.

On September 20 the program will comprise two works of Moritz Moszkowski, Nouvelles Danses Espagnoles, op. 65, no. 1 and the “Polonaise” from Polish Folk Dances op. 55; Edward Elgar’s Salut d’amour; Sergei Bortkiewicz’s Russian Tunes and Dances, op. 31; and an arrangement of the traditional Russian melody, Dark Eyes.

On October 18 Westminster Conservatory at Nassau will present Timothy Urban, baritone and Kathy Shanklin, piano performing The House of Life by Ralph Vaughan-Williams, a song cycle on poetry of Dante Gabriel Rosetti.

The recital will take place in the Niles Chapel of Nassau Presbyterian Church, 61 Nassau Street in Princeton.  It is open to the public free of charge.

Westminster Conservatory of Music


New School for Music Study
Sunday, September 30

Celebrating Schubert

Join the New School for Music Study as they open their 2018-19 season with an afternoon of celebrating the master of the lyrical line, Franz Schubert.  This recital features solo and chamber works, including the complete set of the famous Op. 90 Impromptus!

The recital will take place in the Sanctuary of Nassau Presbyterian Church, 61 Nassau Street in Princeton.  It is open to the public free of charge.

New School for Music Study