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Ilya Yakushev, a former winner of the World Piano Competition, thrilled our audiences in 2019.   The New York Times has had this to say about him:  “In Familiar Music, a Pianist Shows What He Can Do:  Mr. Yakushev can do just about anything he wants … superb.”  Concert goers may recall that Ilya received a standing ovation at intermission in his last appearance with us.

 

For this concert, Ilya will be joined by cellist Thomas Mesa, a young Cuban-American, who is quickly establishing himself as one of the most charismatic and engaging performers of his generation.  He has performed with the Cleveland Orchestra, the Los Angeles Philharmonic and toured with Itzhak Perlman.  He plays a gorgeous cello made by Richard Tobin in 1820.

Date 01-28-2021 7:30 pm
Individual Price $30.00
Location Richards Center for the Arts
$30.00

In his 2018 appearance with PS Concerts, Andy Hackbarth inspired the audience with his personal tribute to Andres Segovia (also a former PS Concerts artist!).  Award-winning recording artist, classical guitarist and songwriter, Andy has won, placed, or been a finalist in numerous major national and international competitions.    He has taught guitar, theory and song writing  and is critically acclaimed in both the mainstream and classical music worlds.

Date 02-28-2021 7:30 pm
Individual Price $30.00
Location Richards Center for the Arts
$30.00

This group of Scottish lads (and one Englishman) last season generated the largest PS Concerts audience in the past 10 years.  They are returning because, to cite a very old TV show, “You Asked for It!”

The group was the First Prize winner AND Audience Prize Winner at the Trondheim (Norway) International Chamber Music Competition in 2017 and is firmly regarded as one of Britain’s finest string quartets.  The group has held residencies at Oxford University, Perth Concert Hall and appeared at many chamber music festivals across the United Kingdom.

Date 03-01-2021 7:30 pm
Individual Price $30.00
Location Richards Center for the Arts
$30.00

At the age of 20, Brandon Ridenour became the youngest member ever to join the iconic Canadian Brass, a position he held for seven years.  He has appeared as a soloist with the National Symphony Orchestra, the Los Angeles Philharmonic and numerous other symphony orchestras.  Brandon has performed solo at the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall and as a featured artist with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s performance of Bach’s complete Brandenburg Concertos.

Appearing with Ridenour for this concert as he did in 2018 is pianist Peter Dugan, hailed as a “formidable soloist” by The Washington Post.  A sought-after crossover artist, Peter has collaborated in duos and trios with artists including Itzhak Perlman and Johsua Bell and has garnered critical acclaim across the United States.

Date 03-08-2021 7:30 pm
Individual Price $30.00
Location Richards Center for the Arts
$30.00