• Summer Music from Greensboro kicks off Tuesday
    July 31,2013
     

    Staff Report

    GREENSBORO — Summer Music from Greensboro will present violinist Jaime Laredo and cellist Sharon Robinson, Vermont’s first family of music, joined by Montpelier flutist Karen Kevra, at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 6, at the downtown United Church of Christ.

    The program includes Ravel’s Sonata for violin and cello, the Handel-Halvorsen Passacaglia, Hindemith’s Eight Pieces for solo flute, C.P.E. Bach’s Duo in e minor for flute and violin, and Haydn’s Divertimento III in C major for flute, violin, and cello.

    The storybook romance of the Bolivian-born violinist Jaime Laredo (Vermont Symphony Orchestra’s music director) and American cellist Sharon Robinson has, over the past 35 years, been expressed in every facet of their lives. Joyous and sophisticated music making, both separately and together, has earned them many devoted fans the world over. Combining international careers and a multifaceted home life both in Vermont and Cleveland, theirs is a bond of both close personal affection and strong dedication to music.

    Tickets are $20 (free for 18 and younger); go online to to www.summermusicfromgreensboro.net.

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