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Jonah Kim

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Jonah Kim (Cello) &

Javier García-Lascurain (Piano)

August 5, Music for Cello and Piano

Jonah Kim / Cello

KIM made his solo debut with Wolfgang Sawallisch and the Philadelphia Orchestra at 12 years of age. He has soloed with the National Symphony, Atlantic Classical Orchestra, Festival Mozaic Orchestra, Palm Beach Symphony, Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra, Stanford Philharmonia, Spokane Symphony, Symphony of the Americas, and many other orchestras. He has appeared on some of the most prestigious stages around the world from New York’s Carnegie & Merkin Halls, Wigmore Hall in London, San Francisco’s Herbst Theater, Bing Hall at Stanford, the stages at Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, to the historic Phillips Collection and the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.. The Washington Post called him “the next Yo-Yo Ma.”

Javier García-Lascurain / piano

The piano soloist Javier García Lascurain, an international touring artist born in 1979 in Mexico City. After winning first place in the Esperanza Cabrera State Piano Competition in Querétaro, García Lascurain continued his studies on scholarship at Laval University in Quebec, where his principal teacher was Arturo Nieto Dorantes, perhaps the finest Mexican-born pianist of his generation. García Lascurain has dedicated a large part of his career to chamber music, as well as performing as a solo recitalist in Mexico, Canada, Brazil, and Spain.

Javier García-Larcurain


August 5, 2023

Ludwig van Beethoven: Cello Sonata No. 3 in A Major, Op. 69

Dmitri Shostakovich: Sonata for Cello and Piano in D minor, Op. 40


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