Chamber Music Night: Colors of Spring - March 23

Our piano + violin duo is back!!! It has been 6 years since our last full recital. We are happy to announce, that we will be performing a chamber music recital on Mar 23.

The bay area based musicians - Sasha Burdin and Leo Iogansen in their chamber recital will present a program "Colors of Spring," which includes two Romantic masterpieces sonatas by J.Brahms and C.Franck, and "Adios Nonino" by A. Piazzolla

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Sasha is a concert pianist originally from Russia, who is actively pursuing his musical career as a classical musician, and a Jazz bandleader. He is also a scholar whose research focuses on the 20th century Russian composer, Nikolai Medtner. His album, “Ich denke dein”, features Medtner’s songs and chamber works and was recently released from Albany Records. 

Leo is an award-winning violinist/composer, also originally from Russia. His activities as composer, and violinist are closely interconnected. As a composer, He is fascinated by Asian cultures, especially Chinese traditional music, and incorporates these ideas into his work. As a violinist, he has performed in various venues in the US, including Carnegie Hall. 

J. Brahms - First sonata for piano and violin, op.78.
C. Franck - Sonata for piano and violin
A.Piazzolla - Riverado

General Admission: $32
Students/Seniors/Children (up to 18 y.o.): $22
SCU students and faculty with ID: free admission

Leo Iogansen, violin 
Sasha Burdin, piano

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