Naked in F Sharp : An Un-Dress Rehearsal at Hudson School October 3rd 3pm
Here is a free concert coming up at The Hudson School in Hoboken featuring a very talented local pianist in Pamela Ross and renowned cellist Adrian Daurov. TheBoken.com assure readers this is a family event and has nothing to do with nudity but rather a an “undressed” approach to classical music.
Naked in F Sharp : An Un-Dress Rehearsal
a comedic musical presentation featuring pianist Pamela Ross and cellist Adrian Daurov
Where: The Hudson School, 601 Park Avenue, Hoboken New Jersey
When: Sunday, October 28, 3 PM
About The Show:
Naked in F Sharp : An Un-Dress Rehearsal , featuring Pamela Ross/pianist and Adrian Daurov/cellist will be presented on Sunday, October 28th, at 3 PM at The Hudson School, 601 Park Avenue at Sixth Street, Hoboken. New Jersey. After the performance, the audience is invited to participate in an informal conversation with the artists/creators. Vintage tap water will be served in environmentally friendly paper cups. The show was conceived after two successful back to back duo concerts at Lincoln Center this past December, where the two performers realized that the audience was laughing a lot. Not knowing whether the attendees were laughing at them or with them, they decided to take the chance that either way, they’d come out ahead if they moved into the realm of “theater” and took themselves and their friendly and unfriendly detractors into the world of musical “fantality” – a combination of fantasy and reality. Come join them as they serve up ample portions of tangos, Brahms, the late Marvin “A Chorus Line” Hamlisch and others in a musical sundae on a Sunday.
Photo: courtesy of Steve Mack www.stephenamack.com
About Pamela Ross:
Pamela Ross combines the drama of great theatre and the passion of great music to create unique and memorable evenings of musical theatre. Her one-piano shows, “Carreno!” and “Goodbye, Harry” have thrilled audiences in the U.S. and abroad. She studied music at Juilliard and holds a B.A. degree from Queens College, NYC. Ms. Ross received a master of music degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and pursued her doctoral studies at Yale University. She has held teaching positions at Yale University, Goucher College, Emory University, and is currently on the music technology faculty at Stevens Institute of Technology.
She has a long career as a recitalist, piano soloist and chamber music player and has performed with some of the greatest conductors of our time including Arthur Fiedler, Jorge Mester, and Gustav Meier. She is also a recording artist, with several CDs and videos. A&E Television presented her live recitals on two of their prestigious series: Breakfast With the Arts, and A&E Classroom. Her award winning Off Broadway one piano show, “Carreno!”, filmed for television and video by Georgia-Pacific Television Productions, has won recognition world-wide. She is member of Actors’ Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, and The Dramatists Guild. A survivor of 9/11, Pamela Ross has remained dedicated to the teaching profession throughout her performing career. Visit her at www.pamelaross.com.
About Adrian Daurov:
A native of St. Petersburg, Russia, cellist Adrian Daurov is one of the most dazzling artists of his generation. At age 15 he made his debut as soloist with the St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra. Subsequently, he earned top honors at three international competitions – Bulgaria’s 1st International Music Competition “Coast of Hope” (First Prize, 1996); The Netherlands’ Peter De Grote International Music Competition (Grand Prix, 2002); New York City’s L.I.S.M.A. International Music Competition (First Prize, 2004). In 2004, he toured as soloist with the St. Petersburg Chamber Orchestra, performing in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Warsaw and throughout Germany, and was appointed to the dual position of principal cellist and soloist with the Bayreuth Youth Festival Orchestra, under the baton of Peter Gulke. 2008 heard him as a featured participant in a gala Carnegie Hall concert celebrating Russia’s Independence Day, a program that included the distinguished Russian singers Yelena Obratztsova and Vladimir Galouzine.
After studying at the St. Petersburg Conservatory, Adrian Daurov was awarded the Jerome L. Greene Scholarship for advanced studies at The Juilliard School with the renowned cello pedagogue David Soyer (of the Guarneri Quartet). At Juilliard, he completed his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, graduating in 2009. While still in school, he was appointed principal cellist of The Chamber Orchestra of New York;and a year later, in 2008, he formed his own ensemble – now the award-winning Voxare Quartet, with which he still tours. Mr. Daurov has also collaborated in chamber music programs with pianist Alexander Ghindin, violinist Mark Peskanov and flutist Eugenia Zukerman.
Passionately devoted to the music of our own time, Adrian Daurov has already presented the world premieres of two important works – In 2008, Fountains of Fin for flute, violin and cello by the Persian composer Behzad Ranjbaran and, in 2009, The Epistle – Concerto for Cello & Chamber Choir by the Siberian composer Yuri Yukechev, written for Mr. Daurov and the Russian Chamber Chorus of New York, Nikolai Kachanov, Artistic Director. Adrian Daurov performs on a magnificent 1989 cello crafted by John Terry in Florence, Italy. Visit Adrian at www.adriandaurov.com.
The Hudson School
601 Park Avenue Hoboken, NJ 07030