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Classical Keys Season Final: Clarinet Trio

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Classical Keys Season Finale: Clarinet Trio

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Clarinet Trio:

Clarinetist Christopher Bush (NYU Professor)

Cellist: Molly Aronson

Artistic Director & Pianist: Daniel Colalillo

Program to include:

Beethoven - Clarinet Trio Op. 11

Debussy - Première Rhapsodie

Brahms - Clarinet trio Op. 114

and more

Artistic Director & Pianist: Denville, NJ native Daniel Colalillo is a New York City based classical pianist. As a soloist, he is known for delivering strong Commanding performances and unique interpretations with a depth of musical integrity. He has been lauded by "The New York Times."

Daniel has given solo recitals at venues such as: Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall, Bargemusic, Symphony Space, Columbia University, Princeton University, and has performed in various cities such as: Philadelphia, San Francisco, Nashville, Toronto, Montreal, and more. Daniel's debut album "Mostly Scriabin" was released in 2017 and has been featured on radio shows such as WWFM (Trenton, NJ) and WXNA FM (Nashville ,TN) and is available on CD Baby, Amazon, and i Tunes (CD's & Downloads.) Daniel received his Master in Music from Mannes Conservatory: The New School for Music in NYC.

Social Media: @DanielColalillo

Website: https://danielcolalillo.com/

Christopher Bush holds the position of principal clarinet with the Metro Chamber Orchestra and the Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra. He was a founding member of the contemporary ensemble Callithumpian Consort. Previously principal clarinetist with the Boston Civic Symphony, Christopher has also performed with the Boston Philharmonic, Albany Symphony, New York String Orchestra, Indian Hill Symphony, Cape Cod Symphony, Nashua Symphony, Granite State Opera, Granite State Symphony, New England Philharmonic, Westchester Chamber Symphony, DiCapo Opera, Seoul Philharmonic, West Point Band, Camerata New York, New York Concert Artists Orchestra, Harlem Chamber Players, Quintet of the Americas, and the North Country Chamber Players. Christopher has also performed as a soloist with the Glens Falls Symphony, Slobozhansky Orchestra (Ukraine), Metro Chamber Orchestra, New England Conservatory Symphony, Society of Musical Arts Orchestra, Callithumpian Consort, and the New York University Symphony Orchestra.

Mr. Bush completed his M.M. and B.M. at the New England Conservatory and Ph.D. at New York University. He is currently a faculty member at New York University, where he teaches clarinet and chamber music in addition to directing the NYU Composers Ensemble.

New York City based cellist Molly Aronson is a player known for her "solidity and verve" (San Francisco Classical Voice). She enjoys a diverse career as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician, and pedagogue. As a chamber musician, Molly has performed across the United States and internationally. Working with larger ensembles, Molly has been a soloist with the Valley Winds, Holyoke Civic Symphony, Interlochen Arts Academy Choir, and a featured performer with the Opus One Chamber Orchestra, Purchase Symphony Orchestra, and New York Virtuosi Orchestra. She has been guest principal cello with the New York Chamber Players, Mid-Atlantic Symphony, Glens Falls Symphony, Garden State Philharmonic, and performed with the cellos sections of the Savannah Philharmonic, Monteux Festival Orchestra, Brooklyn Metro Chamber Ensemble, Long Island Concert Orchestra, and New York Metamorphosis Ensemble.

Currently on faculty at Bloomingdale School of Music, Molly is also a teaching artist with the InterSchool Orchestras, and maintains a private studio in New York City. She has taught as an adjunct cello instructor at SUNY Purchase, held faculty positions at Larchmont Music Academy, Luzerne Music Center, Interlochen Arts Camp (Teaching Fellowship), and was a chamber music coach for the New York State Summer School of the Arts – Orchestral Studies.

Molly received a Bachelor of Music from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and a Master of Music from SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Music. Her primary teachers include Astrid Schween, Julia Lichten, and Eugene Moye.

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