Carmit Zori, Violinist with the Concordia Chamber Players
Carmit Zori, has thrilled audiences in New Hope as a member of the Concordia Chamber Players over the past six years with the intense and haunting sounds from her violin.
Recently, Ms. Zori’s performance in the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York moved New York Times music reviewer, Jeremy Eichler, to note that “…her technique is solid and she has a way of drawing in the listener through genuine musical commitment and a sincere expressivity. She also demonstrated that violinists, like singers, can inhabit many different dramatic personae over the course of a recital, changing characters with each new work by transforming her tone and musical coloring as the program progressed”. She was accompanied by veteran pianist Gilbert Kalish and featured by Pro Musicis.
Zori returns to New Hope on April 4, 2004 with the Concordia Chamber Players in works by Jan Radzynski, Sergej Prokofiev and Ludwig Von Beethoven.
The Concordia Chamber Players next concert will be presented on February 15 at 3 PM in the Stephen Buck Theater at the New Hope-Solebury High School, 180 W. Bridge Street in New Hope. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased by calling 215-297-5972. Children accompanied by an adult are always admitted free.
By Roy Ziegler