Strings and Things
Saturday, August 20 5:30PM – Tent at Camden Public Library Amphitheatre STRINGS AND THINGS
GENEVA LEWIS, violin JORDAN BAK, viola GABRIEL MARTINS, cello PEDJA MUZIJEVIC, piano
Three of the world’s most compelling young artists, collaborating with pianists Pedja Muzijevic and Conrad Tao, present a varied and kaleidoscopic program of music for string instruments and piano.
New Zealand-born violinist Geneva Lewis’ performances speak from and to the heart. Lauded for the “remarkable mastery of her instrument” (CVNC), Geneva is the recipient of an Avery Fisher Career Grant, and Musical America’s New Artist of the Month.
Jamaican-American violist Jordan Bak is a trailblazing artist, praised for his dynamic interpretations, and fearless power. He is a member of the celebrated New York Classical Players and a featured artist for WQXR’s Artist Propulsion Lab.
Praised for his mesmerizing sound, American-Brazilian cellist, Gabriel Martins is the 2020 Sphinx Competition Gold Medalist. His many high profile concerts include performances at Wigmore, Carnegie, and Merkin Halls, the Moscow Conservatory Great Hall, and Maison Symphonique in Montréal.