Musicians from Marlboro coming back to play at Greenwich Library

The Marlboro Musicians return to Greenwich Library for a Sunday concert.

The Marlboro Musicians return to Greenwich Library for a Sunday concert.

Popular touring program Marlboro Music will be returning to Greenwich on Sunday, April 6 at 4 p.m. in the Cole Auditorium.

The company’s 2014 spring tour features Schubert’s great Octet in F Major, along with works by Reger and Dvorak. Performing musicians include Tibi Cziger on clarinet, Natalya Rose Vrbsky on bassoon, Wei-Ping Chou on horn, Lucy Chapman and David McCarroll on violin, Dimitri Murrath on viola, Judith Serkin on cello, and Tony Flynt on bass.

A Washington Post review of Marlboro Music 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 been involved in the development of chamber music worldwide, and in “enriching the artistry and changing the lives of generations of exceptional musicians.” The Musicians from Marlboro touring program was originally created as an extension of Vermont’s Marlboro Music Festival and is now in its 49th season.

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The Friends Cole Concert Series is made possible through the support of the Sylvia and Leonard Marx Foundation and the Friends of Greenwich Library. Concerts are open to all at no charge. Doors open at 3:30 p.m.

For more information, contact the Friends Office at 203-622-7938.

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