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"Smile": music by Charlie Chaplin, Schubert, Piazzolla, Messiaen, Arvo Part, and traditional Japanese songs
Hailed by critics and audiences worldwide, Anne Akiko Meyers’ impassioned performances, compelling music making and mastery of a broad and varied selection of music have made her one of today's most sought-after violinists. A renowned soloist, chamber musician, recording artist and educator, Meyers has been a regular guest at some of the most prestigious orchestras and venues.
Her triumphant label debut on Koch International Classics highlights a beguiling program of the traditional and new. Stretching the boundaries of the classical recital, Meyers, with fellow Juilliard graduate, pianist Akira Eguchi, turns her renowned talents to Schubert’s Fantasie, Op. 159, Arvo Pärt’s Spiegel im Spiegel, the U.S. premiere of the Messiaen Fantasie, Piazzolla’s Introduction et Angel and Milonga en Re "Tango," two ravishing arrangements of traditional Japanese folk songs, Kojo no Tsuki (Moonlight Over the Ruined Castle) and Haru no Umi (Sea in Spring), as well as startlingly personal renditions of Somewhere Over the Rainbow and Chaplin’s Smile. Meyers will perform recitals of the CD’s repertoire with Eguchi at the University of Texas in Austin on April 23, 2009 and New York’s Queens College on April 26, 2009. She also appears with orchestras this season throughout the U.S. as well as in Japan, the U.K. and Columbia.
Listen: Go here to hear the first track from Anne Akiko Meyers new album Smile.
18+ or accompanied by legal guardian. This show is General Admission, first come, first serve. Seating is limited. A purchased ticket does not guarantee you a seat.