Classical Concert to Feature Trio in Residence at UT Dallas
The Clavier Trio will perform “Café Music” by American composer Paul Schoenfield, as well as works by Joseph Haydn and Johannes Brahms, in a concert Friday, Oct. 14, at 8 p.m. in the Jonsson Performance Hall.
The Clavier Trio is the ensemble in residence at UT Dallas.
The Clavier Trio is the current ensemble in residence at the University.
Its members include cellist Jesús Castro-Balbi, pianist David Korevaar and Dallas Symphony Orchestra violinist Arkady Fomin.
The Clavier Trio formed at the Music in the Mountains Festival in Durango, Colo., in 1997 and performed in the inaugural Dallas Symphony Orchestra Chamber Music Series at the Nasher Sculpture Center.
Fomin is currently an artist in residence and orchestra director at UT Dallas and is a recipient of the Cowlishaw Award for artistic achievement.
The Trio has performed annually at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall since 2002, and has appeared at the celebrated Bargemusic in New York.
On Saturday at 7 p.m., CentralTrak will host the opening reception for CIncArt: The Convention on Incorporated Art.
“It has become commonplace for artists to create work in the form of bureaus, laboratories, museums, companies, etc. Artists, artist groups, and art projects variously employ the forms and techniques of organizational structures in both their work and practice. CIncArt examines this phenomenon,” said Tom Russotti, CentralTrak resident and curator of the exhibition.
CIncArt is a group exhibition highlighting ten contemporary art projects within a trade show format. This interactive exhibition will include performances and events in and outside the gallery space. Work will also be presented through a mixture of media and performances by the artists and their representatives.
The exhibition runs until Nov. 12.
All events are open to public and free to UT Dallas students.
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