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Three award-winning musicians present an exhilarating program of works by Mozart, Halvorsen, Dvorak and Ravel

By Miami Chamber Music Society

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Saturday, June 10 · 4 - 6pm EDT


Sanctuary of the Arts 410 Andalusia Avenue Coral Gables, FL 33134

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Experience the breathtaking musical artistry of three illustrious musicians at an upcoming concert that promises to be nothing short of unforgettable. Miami Chamber Music Society is thrilled to present pianist Marina Radiushina, violinist Risa Hokamura, and cellist Alexander Hersh in an exhilarating program of classical works that will transport you into a world of sonic beauty and elegance.

Radiushina, Hokamura, and Hersh are all award-winning musicians with an impressive record of accomplishments. Their artistry and virtuosity are sure to captivate audiences, and their exceptional talent is highlighted by their passionate and expressive interpretations of classical music.

The afternoon will open with Halvorsen's "Passacaglia," a stirring piece that highlights the interplay between the violin and cello. Following this, the trio will perform Mozart's "Trio K. 496," which is characterized by its beautiful melodies and intricate harmonies.

Sibelius and Dvorak's "Humoresques" will provide a light-hearted contrast to the preceding pieces. These works are full of playful melodies and charming rhythms, and are sure to have the audience tapping their toes and humming along.

The afternoon will conclude with Ravel's "Piano Trio," a tour de force that blends elements of impressionism and jazz to create a truly unforgettable musical experience. This work is widely regarded as one of the greatest pieces in the chamber music repertoire, and Radiushina, Hokamura, and Hersh are sure to deliver a performance that will leave audiences breathless.​


John Halvorsen Passacaglia for cello and violin, Op. 20, no 2

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Piano Trio in G Major, K. 496

Antonin Dvorak Humoresque for cello and piano, Op. 101

Jean Sibelius Humoresque for violin and piano Op. 87, no. 4

Maurice Ravel Piano Trio in A Minor

About the organizer

“The Miami Chamber Music Society has drawn the before-and-after line in the chamber music sand”

       - Greg Stepanich, Palm Beach Arts Paper

Critically acclaimed for its original and innovative programming, Miami Chamber Music Society (MCMS) presents world-class classical music performances to the audiences of South Florida. By commissioning new works and fusing various artistic disciplines MCMS creates ground-breaking and captivating multi-genre thematic experiences – each performance is programmed to be a unique intersection of music, literature, dance and film. 

In addition to the multiple sold-out world premiers at the Adrienne Arsht Center, MCMS curates and produces The Mainly Mozart Festival – one of the most beloved and respected chamber music series in Miami. Now in its 24th season Mainly Mozart presents outstanding local and visiting classical artists in concert. For more information visit: