Chamber Music Evening

Joji Hattori, violin; LU Siqing, violin; Anton Nel, piano; Adam Holzman, guitar

Monday, February 24, 2014
Butler School of Music, Bates Recital Hall (Austin map)

Tickets $10 – $20

Joji Hattori, violin
Lu Siqing, violin
Gordon Back, piano
Anton Nel, piano
Adam Holzman, guitar

MOZART: Sonata in G major K301 – Joji Hattori and Gordon Back
KREISLER: selected short works – Joji Hattori and Gordon Back
PIAZZOLLA: Historie du Tango, Cafe & Nightclub – Joji Hattori and Adam Holzman
– Intermission –
GANG CHEN: Sunshine in Tasikuergan – Lu Siqing and Anton Nel
SAINT-SAËNS: Sonata Op.75 – Lu Siqing and Anton Nel

Chinese violinist Lu Siqing and Japanese/Austrian violinist and conductor Joji Hattori are joined by Austin-based South-African pianist Anton Nel and Welsh pianist Gordon Back in a colourful chamber music evening with works by Mozart, Kreisler, Debussy and Saint-Saëns. For a brilliant piece by Piazzolla for violin and guitar, Joji Hattori is joined by critically acclaimed guitarist and Austin resident Adam Holzman. Both Hattori and Lu are former prize winners of the Menuhin Competition, and together with Anton Nel they are on this year’s jury panel.

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