FROM THE WORLD OF MY MOTHER AND FATHER: Works of Hope and Love for Cello and Piano 

November 17, 2016
Sunday, May 7, 2017 - 7:00pm
Capital University's Huntington Recital Hall, 2199 E. Main St., Bexley, Ohio
photo of cellist Steve Honigberg

Photo of pianist Steven Glaser
pianist Steve Glaser

From the World of My Mother and Father: Works of Hope and Love for Piano and Cello features pianist Steven Glaser and guest artist Steven Honigberg. They will perform works by Jewish composers, including Ernst Bloch, Leonard Bernstein, and OSU’s own Jan Radzynski.

Cellist Steven Honigberg is a member of the National Symphony Orchestra and the Potomac String Quartet and solos frequently. He is also known as a well-reviewed performer from David Ott's premier of Concerto for Two Cellos. From 1994-2002, Honigberg served as chamber music series director at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Mr. Honigberg will delight audiences with a performance of works for cello and piano by Jewish composers that are famous and as well as works that deserve attention but are not so well known.   
 
Pianist Steven Glaser has been a member of the piano faculty in the School of Music at The Ohio State University since 1994 where he teaches piano, piano chamber music and seminars in piano literature. An area of particular interest to Professor Glaser is music of Jewish classical composers. He has performed in Israel many times as soloist and in collaboration with Israeli musicians, and has taught courses in Jewish music at The Ohio State University and Sun Yat Sen University in Taiwan.
 
Seating is limited, RSVP by May 1.
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