Concert series ends with colorful trio bound by Israeli roots
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Goldstein-Peled-Fiterstein Trio
Goldstein-Peled-Fiterstein Trio
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BRATTLEBORO- On Friday, April 19, at 7:30 pm, the Brattleboro Music Center will present the Goldstein-Peled-Fiterstein Trio, at Centre Congregational Church.

Bound by their Israeli roots, pianist Alon Goldstein, cellist Amit Peled, and clarinetist Alex Fiterstein formed the Goldstein-Peled-Fiterstein Trio in 2005. Today, the ensemble’s performances reflect both the special gifts and originality of the three artists as soloists as well as their marvelous sense of ensemble and love of chamber music.

Goldstein, is one of the most compelling artists of his generation, admired for his musical intelligence and dynamic personality. Goldstein’s artistic vision and innovative programming have made him a favorite with audiences and critics alike throughout the United States, Europe, and Israel. In 2009 he gave the world premiere of Lost Souls, the enthusiastically received concerto written by fellow Israeli, Avner Dorman, with the Kansas City Symphony and Michael Stern. He has been hailed across the country as a superb artist and exciting soloist with such orchestras as Philadelphia, St. Louis, Los Angeles, San Francisco and many others, and as a sensitive chamber music artist.

For their Brattleboro appearance, the trio will perform Beethoven’s Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano in B-flat; Liszt’s Paraphrase on Verdi’s Aida; Debussy’s Premiere Rhapsody for Clarinet and Piano; Cassado’s Requiebros for Cello and Piano; Bloch’s From Jewish Life: Prayer; and Brahms’ Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano in A minor.

To purchase tickets ($30, $20, $10) call the BMC at (802) 257-4523 or visit bmcvt.org. The BMC’s Chamber Music Series is made possible through donor support and the support of Vermont Public Radio.
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