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This special concert is our only fund raising event in 2015. We will also be celebrating a significant milestone at EEC: our 100th performance since our founding 4 years ago!
On Sunday, December 6th at 4:00 at Reynolds Hall (51 Concord Street, Peterborough), Electric Earth Concerts will hold a concert and champagne reception featuring the “impassioned, dynamic and engaging” Verona String Quartet, currently in residence at Juilliard. Joined by cellist and Juilliard faculty Caroline Stinson, the quintet will play Schubert’s C Major Quintet D. 956, his great final masterpiece.
Help us celebrate our 100th concert with a beautiful performance, and drink a toast to the end of our fourth season. Jonathan and Laura will tell you about our 2016 plans, including some very exciting projects that we know many of you will want to be part of.
The music alone will make it worth your while, but we hope you’ll take the opportunity to renew your yearly support for of EEC. The minimum donation for this event is $50 per person and is fully tax deductable.
Hailed by critics as “thoughtful, impressive musicians” (Cleveland Classical), the Verona Quartet members Jonathan Ong, Dorothy Ro, violins, Abigail Rojansky, viola and Warren Hagerty, cello – are the current Fellowship Quartet in residence at the Juilliard School. The recipient of numerous accolades and awards, they are quickly establishing themselves as one of the most exciting young string quartets on the music scene today. They have distinguished themselves by winning top prizes at every major competition they have entered including the Second Prize and ProQuartet-CEMC Prize at the Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition in London, UK; the Alice Coleman Grand Prize at the Coleman Chamber Music Competition; First Prize and Audience Prize at the Chesapeake International Chamber Music Competition; First Prize in the Kuttner String Quartet Competition; Silver Medal at the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition; Third Prize at the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition and the Bronze Medal at the 8th Osaka International Chamber Music Competition in Osaka, Japan, where critics lauded their “sensational, powerhouse performance” (Classical Voice America). Most recently, they were named winners of the 2015 Concert Artists Guild Victor Elmaleh Competition.
Canadian cellist Caroline Stinson, praised for her lyricism and fresh interpretations, performs across North America and Europe as a soloist, recitalist and chamber musician in both traditional and contemporary repertoire. Ms. Stinson’s invitations include Carnegie’s Weill and Zankel Halls, Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, the Museum of Modern Art’s Summergarden Series, Bargemusic and Le Poisson Rouge in New York, Boston’s Gardner Museum, Washington D.C.’s Smithsonian; the Koelner Philharmonie, Lucerne Festival and Cité de la Musique in Europe, and the Centennial Centre in Canada. Performances in recent seasons have included concerto performances with the Stamford, CT Symphony under Eckart Stier, where she also serves as Principal Cellist, the Alberta Baroque Ensemble, the Syracuse Symphony under Daniel Hege, in recital in New York City sponsored by the Finnish Consulate, in Brussels, and appearances at the Lucerne Festival in Switzerland with Pierre Boulez conducting Elliott Carter’s Triple Duo.