Quartet to Perform Beethoven and Brahms

Concert last in 2015 Sunday Series

In the final concert of the 2015 Sunday Music Series at The Chapel Restoration in Cold Spring, a piano quartet will perform Beethoven’s Piano Quartet in E-flat Major and the Brahms Piano Quartet in G Minor. The free concert begins at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 22.

The quartet consists of violinist Wayne Lee, cellist Joel Noyes, violist Mark Holloway and pianist Aaron Wunsch. Lee, a graduate of Juilliard, is a member of the Formosa Quartet and has been a member of the Manhattan Piano Trio since 2008. Noyes is assistant principal cello of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. He has been playing cello since the age of 3 and graduated from Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia.

Wunsch, Noyes, Holloway and Lee (photos provided)

Wunsch, Noyes, Holloway and Lee (photos provided)

Holloway has been principal violist at Tanglewood and of the New York String Orchestra; he studied at the Curtis Institute. Wunsch studied at Yale, as a Fulbright Scholar at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria, and at Juilliard, where he is currently a full-time faculty member teaching chamber music, keyboard studies and music history.

The Chapel Restoration, at 45 Market St., is across from the Metro-North station, where free parking is available on weekends. The music series is made possible, in part, by a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts.


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