Musicians from Marlboro return Nov. 17

The Musicians from Marlboro are touring the East Coast and will be returning to Greenwich on Nov. 17 for a special concert at the Cole Auditorium at Greenwich Libary.

The Musicians from Marlboro are touring the East Coast and will be returning to Greenwich on Nov. 17 for a special concert at the Cole Auditorium at Greenwich Libary.

You can welcome back the popular Musicians from Marlboro touring program for their first East Coast tour of the season on Nov. 17 at 4 p.m. in the Cole Auditorium at Greenwich Library.

The company’s tour offers a mix of works for piano and strings by Beethoven, Fauré and Mendelssohn, combined with Thomas Adès’ striking string quartet, Arcadiana, composed in 1993. Artists include Scott St. John and Michelle Ross on violin, Emily Deans on viola, Matthew Zalkind on cello and Gabriele Carcano on piano.

A Washington Post review of Musicians from Marlboro said, “Impeccable ensemble work, unbridled energy and boatloads of virtuosity produced an electrifying performance,” also calling the musicians, “Astoundingly gifted virtuosos… performances that radiate vitality and freshness.”

Since 1951, Marlboro Music has played a leadership role in the development of chamber music worldwide, and in enriching the artistry and changing the lives of generations of exceptional musicians. Now celebrating its 48th season, the acclaimed touring program offers not only joyous performances featuring unusual repertoire, but also invaluable experience to emerging artists.

The concert is open to all at no charge. Doors open at 3:30 p.m. For more information, call the Friends office at 203-622-7938.

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