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A winter for classical music


Classical music lovers are in for a treat this winter with as the Twelve Series violin and piano recital enters into its second concert on June 19 at Arundel School Chapel.

“Sarita Uranovsky and Jeanette Micklem will perform a programme of Dvorak, Beethoven, Sarasate, Brahms and Smetana,” read a statement from the event organisers.

Sarita Uranovsky has enjoyed an exceptionally active and diverse career as soloist, recitalist, chamber musician, orchestral musician and teacher across the globe.

“She held positions of Concertmaster with Orchestra Geminiani de Fallonica (Italy), the RSAMD Symphony Orchestra and Assistant Concertmaster of the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra. Uranovsky can be heard performing regularly in groups around Boston including Boston Philharmonic, Boston Musica Viva, the Cantata Singers, BMOP, Boston Pops and Emmanuel music. She performed regularly for Sir Yehudi Menuhin’s ‘Live Music Now’,” further read the statement.

An avid teacher, Uranovsky is on the music faculty at Tufts University, the MIT Emerson Scholarship Program and maintains a private teaching studio. She has been on the faculty of the Vianden International Music Festival in Luxenbourg and the Saarburg International Music Festival in Germany.

Highly experienced concert pianist Jeanette Micklem is well-known to Zimbabwean audiences, as well as being internationally renowned.

“Micklem has premiered a number of works in Chicago and New York, including several written by award-winning renowned Zimbabwean composer, Paul Renan. She has also performed in Canada, and in Chicago she premiered Paul Renan’s piano concerto ‘Antiphones’.

“She has given piano recitals in Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut and Long Island and has delivered multi-media presentations on Zimbabwe and its music at many universities, schools and music societies globally,” highlighted the statement.

She has partnered many International artists in this region, including Pierre Amoyal, Hagai Shaham, Tasmin Little, Ivry Gitlis and Nokuthula Ngwenyama (strings), and Alain Marion, Wissam Boustany, Susan Milan and Emma Johnson (winds).

This event is kindly sponsored by Optinova Eye Care.

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