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Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption

1111 Gough Street

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The Munich Trio

Friedrich Edelmann, bassoon
Rebecca Rust, cello
Monica Chew, piano


PROGRAM

Johann Paul Schiffelholz (1715-1782): Trio in G major for cello, bassoon & piano

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): “Sarabande” from Suite No. 3 in C Major for cello solo

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791): Sonata for bassoon & cello K.V. 292 in B flat Major

Ernest Bloch (1880-1959): “Prayer” from Jewish Life No. 1 for cello & bassoon

Michail Glinka (1804-1857): Trio Pathétique for cello, bassoon & piano


BIOGRAPHIES

Internationally concertizing American cellist Rebecca Rust has studied with Margaret Rowell, Bernard Greenhouse, and M. Rostropovich.

German bassoonist Friedrich Edelmann was principal bassoonist of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra under the principal conductors Sergiu Celibidache and James Levine as well as under guest conductors Karl Böhm, Georg Solti, Carlos Kleiber, Carlo Maria Giulini, Zubin Mehta, Kurt Masur, Erich Leinsdorf, Eugen Jochum, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Rafael Kubelik, Seiji Ozawa, etc.

They are concertizing and recording regularly as a cello-bassoon DUO and together with piano as a TRIO in Europe, the U.S.A., and Japan, including performances at the Imperial Palace of Japan in Tokyo in front of Their Majesties Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko and private music-making with Empress Michiko on the piano.

January 2019 | Cremona, Italy with an Italian Dance Group, two dancers and cello & bassoon with “Duck, Death, and Tulip”, a performance for children which had won 1st prize in Milano, Italy. Concerts in California in Spring 2019: Bassoon Concerto by Arthur Frackenpohl (February 24th, 2019), Saint-Saens Cello-Concerto on April 20th in Berkeley, chamber concerts in San Francisco, San Rafael, Richmond, Oakland, Mill Valley, Santa Rosa, Berkeley). Rebecca Rust plays a Master Cello by William Forster of 1791 which was formerly owned and played by Prince Charles. 15 internationally available CDs are published by CENTAUR Records (Fall 2018), CAVALLI Records, BAYER Records, NAXOS (Marco Polo), TUDOR, and 2018/19 by CENTAUR Records: “The Great Conversation” and “Songs Without Words” (Direct order from us special deals )

November 2018 | Concert in Kaiserslautern, Germany: A concert in memory of the Pogrom Night 80 years ago in Germany “Reichskristallnacht” of Nov. 9th, 1938, and in memory of the destruction of the beautiful Synagogue of Kaiserslautern; compositions by the forbidden or forgotten Jewish composers Mendelssohn, Robert Kahn, Hans Gál.

July 2018 | 11 concerts in Japan: Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Kobe, Ohme, Yokkaichi, Okazaki, Mie. The tour was supported by Mercedes-Benz, Japan, by LEXUS-Toyota and NEODATA Solutions in Osaka, and other venues, one at a Senchoji Temple in Shizuoka, one at the Kobe Bay Sheraton Hotel.

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Monica Chew is a Bay Area pianist. She founded the Minsky Duo with Nato and Duo Moderna with Jerry Kuderna. She prefers chamber music to concerti, Haydn to Mozart, and lately Bartók above all things. Her favorite thing is to produce concerts with a strong narrative arc. You can find where she's performing next on her website, monicachew.com.



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The Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption is at 1111 Gough between Geary and Ellis Streets. The 38 Geary stops nearby.

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The performance takes place inside our sanctuary space, so please don't bring in food to eat or drink.

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