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String Trio + Piano, South Carolina Chamber Music Festival

March 3 @ 7:30 pm

collage of four musicians

Sinisa Ciric, violin
Dean Anderson, viola
Martin Gueorguiev, cello
Paolo André Gualdi, piano
Music: Dohnányi – Serenade; Brahms – piano quartet in G minor

Dr. SINISA CIRIC is the concertmaster of Savannah Philharmonic, Gwinnett Ballet Orchestra, and a former concertmaster of New Atlanta Philharmonic, Jackson Symphony and Rome Symphony. He appeared as a soloist with Savannah Philharmonic, Rome Symphony Orchestra, Georgia Philharmonic as well as LaGrange Symphony and Bach Festival Orchestra and many other regional orchestras in USA.

As a violinist and violist, DEAN ANDERSON has performed recitals throughout the United States, China, South America, England, Italy and Eastern Europe. He recently performed a recital of Mozart, Schubert, and Brahms in Trinidad and Tobago and was the featured soloist with the St. Luke Chamber Orchestra located in Southern California.

MARTIN GUEORGUIEV has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral player throughout Europe and the United States. As a founding member of the Balkan Quartet, Martin has appeared with the quartet at Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage Series in Washington, DC, the Spoleto Music Festival in Charleston, SC, and the Arts Club in Washington, DC. The quartet’s performances have been broadcast on NPR, and their concert at Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage was streamed live online.

Italian pianist PAOLO ANDRÉ GUALDI has performed in the US and abroad for music organizations such as Accademia Amadeus (Italy); Cadogan Hall (UK); Musée Würth (France); Xinghai Hall and University of Shanghai (China); Festival Internacional de Müsica do Pará (Brazil); Fundación Pablo Atchugarry and SODRE (Uruguay); International Piano Series of Charleston, American Liszt Society and Piatigorsky Foundation (U.S.A.). He has also appeared with many orchestras including the Georgia Philharmonic, Orquestra Sinfônica do Teatro da Paz , and the Universidade de Caxias do Sul Symphony Orchestra. He has recorded for Mark Records and IFO Classics, and his performances have been broadcasted by radios such as BBC, NPR, Clásica 650 and Radio Vaticana.

The South Carolina Chamber Music Festival will host a series of chamber recitals to showcase the artists participating in workshops and masterclasses taking place throughout the week.

Tickets are available to FMU students, faculty, and staff at no charge upon showing an FMU ID. Tickets to the general public are $10, as space allows. The FMU PAC Ticket Office at 201 South Dargan Street is open Monday through Friday, 12:00pm – 5:00pm, or by calling 843-661-4444.

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March 3
7:30 pm
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Blackbox Theatre
201 S Dargan St
Florence, SC 29506 United States
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