Join Julia for concerts at Four Seasons: 2019 Summer Chamber Music Institute where she’ll be coaching and performing with both students and faculty.
Merz Trio is thrilled to join as Trio in Residence for the 2019 C’est Bon Chamber Music Academy in Los Altos, CA.
“C'est Bon Chamber Music Academy is a week-long chamber music program created by a group of the San Francisco Bay Area's leading music teachers in 2009 to provide chamber music training for pre-college musicians.”
Stay tuned for details on Merz Trio’s Academy recital.
Join Merz Trio in Burlington , VT for concerts as guest artists of Artistic Directors Soovin Kim and Gloria Chien’s Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival.
Merz Trio’s featured recital of Johannes Maria Staud’s 10 Miniatures and Brahms Piano Trio in B-major, Op. 8 will take place on Saturday afternoon August 25.
Concerts and information available at http://www.lccmf.org/
Join Julia with pianist Shir Semmel and violinist Kobi Malkin for a concert of Beethoven Op. 70 No. 1 and Brahms Op. 8 Piano Trios for the American-Israeli Foundation.
475 Grove Street
Ridgewood, NJ 07450
$20 admission; students and children free of charge
Merz Trio performs on Chamber Music Live at the Kupferberg Center for the Arts, Queens College (Marcy Rosen, Artistic Director).
Merz Trio performs at Evergreen Woods.
Sunday, March 24 at 7p.m.
Haydn -- Piano Trio in E minor, Hob. XV/12
Charlotte Bray -- That Crazed Smile
Schubert -- Adagio for Piano Trio in E-flat Major, Op. 148 "Notturno"
Brahms -- Piano Trio No. 1 in B Major, Op. 8
Merz Trio is thrilled to be returning to Aldeburgh for a spring residency to workshop new projects, work with some amazing new mentors, and present two concerts for the local community.
Merz Trio is highlighted in performance as a part of the Conservatory Project in the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theatre.
“The Conservatory Project is an initiative designed to present young musical artists in classical, jazz, musical theater, opera, and more from our nation’s leading undergraduate and graduate conservatories, colleges, and universities in performance at the Kennedy Center.
”Free general admission tickets—up to two per person—will be distributed in the States Gallery, beginning at 5 p.m.”
Merz Trio is delighted to be featured on the Brookline Library Music Association series as a winner of their 2018-2019 auditions.
Brookline Library's Hunneman Hall
Following concerts with visual artists, novelists and chefs, Merz Trio finishes its first season with its most ambitious cross-disciplinary concert experience to date:
Merz Trio reimagines Shakespeare's play as a theatrical, immersive concert experience. This through-performed show brings together passages from the play with a program of music that recreates the haunting, brooding atmosphere of the original drama. Dance soloist Caroline Copeland lends her talents to a program that interweaves music, text, movement, narrative, and more. Featuring trios of Beethoven, Brahms, Schumann and Charlotte Bray, as well as arrangements of works of Haydn, Verdi, and Shostakovich.
Stay tuned for more details.
Chamber Music and Multidisciplinary Concerts: August 31 and September 2
Plaxall Gallery, Queens, NYC
Find out more and reserve your seats here:
Wang and Tang Arts Promotion, LLC presents Karwendal Artists Gala in Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall. The first half of the concert will feature Karwendal Artist Alumni. The second half will feature:
Tchaikovsky Piano Trio with Sven Stucke, violin, Mika Sasaki, piano, and Julia Yang, cello
Merz Trio joins forces with four Michelin star Chef David Bouley.
For “Radical Innovators,” Merz Trio will perform a program of innovative masterpieces of Haydn and Schumann, interspersed with excerpts from Austrian composer Johannes Maria Staud’s “Ten Miniatures” (2007). The program explores shared traits of playful humor, bold drama, and powerful emotion between the old and new works.
A member of the Bouley Culinary Team will then discuss the culinary arts and present guests with a multi-course meal inspired by art and music.
The evening will begin with a 30 minute reception featuring passed canapés. Guests will then enjoy Merz Trio’s concert and Chef David Bouley’s menu accompanied by a complementary wine program curated by Beverage Director Adrien Falcon.
New York Society for Ethical Culture
Established in September 2016 this series is designed to reach new audiences combining classical chamber music, new pieces by living composers, and New York-based ensembles and soloists, such as electric violinist, Todd Reynolds, composer and video artist, Luke DuBois, or Le Train Bleu Ensemble.