Vocal Recital | Katherine Saik, soprano and Elan Sicroff, pianist | Northampton, MA
Songs by Thomas de Hartmann, Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky and Debussy
Katherine Saik, soprano — Elan Sicroff, pianist
Saturday, October 1st, 2022 — 7:30 PM
Sweeney Concert Hall, Smith College
144 Green Street, Northampton MA
Further information on Oct 1 concert:
Admission is free, no tickets required. It will also be livestreamed on the department YouTube Channel. People who wish to watch online will be able to register via Eventbrite for the direct link, or they can simply go to the department YouTube Channel at concert time:
All of this information will be posted on the Smith performing arts calendar in the next couple of weeks, which can be found here:
Lecture Recital | “Bringing Back Thomas de Hartmann” | Florence, MA
Hampshire Music Club presents the Musical Potpourri Series
“Bringing Back Thomas de Hartmann”
Featuring the story of de Hartmann’s life, music, and ideas — Live piano performance — Vintage photos and recordings
Wednesday, October 26th, 2022 — 10:00 AM
Bombyx Center, 130 Pine Street, Florence MA
Musical Potpourri is a subscription series: $50 for the series of 5. We charge $15 for individual admission.
Attendees: Please check in at a reception desk. Tickets may be purchased in advance by post office mail or at the door. Cash or check only. There is no "on-line" outlet for ticket purchase.
The Springfield Symphony Orchestra presents
“Messages from Mozart”
Tania Miller, conductor — Elan Sicroff, pianist
Saturday, November 5th, 2022 — 7:30 PM
34 Court Street, Springfield, MA
Valentin Silvestrov — The Messenger
Mozart — Symphony No. 36 (Linz)
Brahms — Symphony No. 3
This music starts as whispers from another place, of fragments of the music of Mozart coming to us through the grief of Ukrainian composer, Silvestrov, when his beloved wife died. Mozart’s voice whispered to Silvestrov and whispers to us, and points us to the place where memories, subconscious, and eternal life connect us to voices of the past.
Brahms’ beautiful Symphony No. 3 is unique as perhaps the only Symphony in the traditional canon that leaves us with a whispered gentle goodbye rather than a climactic hurtling coda, and concludes like a sunset warmly and contentedly taking leave of the day.
Tania Miller appears by arrangement with Kaylor Management, Inc.
Recital | Chamber Music of Thomas de Hartmann | New York, NY
Music at the Institute (MATI) Concert Series
at the Ukrainian Institute of America
Chamber Music of Thomas de Hartmann
Julie Scolnik, flute — Solomiya Ivakhiv, violin — Elan Sicroff, piano
Sunday, January 29th, 2023 — 4:00 PM
2 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10075
Sonata for Violin and Piano Op. 51
Trio for Flute Violin and Piano — “Quasi variations,” Op. 75
Concierto Andaluz Op. 81 for Flute and Piano (orchestral reduction)
Concert | Piano Concerto Op. 61 - Thomas de Hartmann | Northampton, MA
Pioneer Valley Symphony Orchestra
Piano Concerto Op. 61 - Thomas de Hartmann
Tian Hui Ng, conductor — Elan Sicroff, pianist
Saturday, March 18th, 2023 Preconcert talk 6 PM -- Concert begins 7 PM
Tillis Hall, Bromery Center (former Fine Arts Center), UMass, Amherst.