Last Sunday, I performed the Brahms Piano Quartet No.3 in c minor with violinist Sarn Oliver, violist Matthew Young, and cellist Sébastien Gingras at Davies Symphony Hall.
It was an amazing journey to work with these accomplished artists of the SF Symphony and the intensity of the Brahms left me breathless and excited, as it did to my fellow performers. This season my concert programs feature many great chamber music works of Brahms, nonetheless, his piano quartet No.3 is perhaps the magnum opus of the fiery young Brahms.
Here is a favorable review from the San Francisco Examiner: “SFS chamber musicians offer two major classics and a recent curiosity”
February 3, 2013: SF Examiner: SFS chamber musicians offer two major classics and a recent curiosity
March 18, 2012: SF Examiner: E-view about the 3/11 Tears of the Earth memorial
March 10, 2012: Tears of the Earth on KTSF26: March 10th, Saturday at 6am
March 9, 2012: Tears of the Earth will be introduced in KTSF26 and KQED
February 18,2012: Metropolis Ensemble: Building Bridges - Ryan Francis’s Tri Cantae world premiere in Japan
January 15, 2012: Classical Sonoma: Barantschik and Fukuhara in Glowing Four Sonata Newman Recital