Cheng-Chow Trio

February 5 | 7.30pm

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The Cheng-Chow Trio

from Hungarian Dances Johannes Brahms
     No. 2 in D Minor
     No. 3 in F Major
     No. 4 in F Minor
     No. 5 in F-sharp Minor
Petite Suite Claude Debussy
     En bateau
Sonata (1918) Francis Poulenc
from Slavonic Dances, Op. 46 Antonin Dvorák
     No. 4 in F Major
     No. 6 in A-flat Major
     No. 8 in G Minor


Allegro, from Sonata in C Major, L. 60 Franz Joseph Haydn
Nocturne for Left Hand Alone, Op. 9 No. 2 Alexander Scriabin
Etude-Tableau in E-flat Minor, Op. 39 No. 5 Sergei Rachmaninoff
from Dolly, Op. 56 Gabriel Fauré
     Le pas espagnol
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring J.S. Bach/ Myra Hess
America from West Side Story Leonard Bernstein/ Derison Duarte
Photo credit: Lisa Kohler
Photo credit: Lisa Kohler

Angela Cheng
Consistently praised for her brilliant technique, tonal beauty and superb musicianship, Canadian pianist Angela Cheng is one of her country’s national treasures. She has appeared as soloist with more than 100 orchestras. An avid recitalist, Ms. Cheng has performed solo and chamber recitals throughout North America, Asia, and Europe. She is currently on the artist faculty of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, where she was honored with the 2011-12 Excellence in Teaching Award.

Alan Chow
Acclaimed for his “elegant poetry and virtuosic fire”, Steinway artist Mr. Chow has performed in recital and in concert with orchestra from coast to coast in 45 states. Mr. Chow also regularly tours Asia with performances in China, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore. Mr. Chow currently serves as a member of the artist faculty at Northwestern University Bienen School of Music.

Alvin Chow
Alvin Chow has appeared throughout North America and in Asia as an orchestral soloist and recitalist. Chow has also presented numerous master classes and lectures throughout the United States and abroad. In 2011, a CD of music for four and six hands, recorded with Angela Cheng and Alan Chow, was released by Arioso Classics. It features music by Brahms, Dvorák, Ravel, Milhaud, Corigliano, and Copland. Since 1999, Alvin Chow has been a member of the artist faculty at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, where he is currently Chair of the Piano Department and the Ruth Strickland Gardner Professor of Music.

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General $20 | Senior $15 | Student $8
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