Curtis On Tour comes to Mexico this month. Performing at the Conservatorio de Las Rosas in Morelia are Curtis President Roberto Diaz (viola), faculty member Jason Vieaux (guitar), alumnus Soovin Kim (violin), and student John-Henry Crawford (cello). Other April tour stops include Costa Rica and Brazil…stay tuned for more from Latin America.
Video courtesy of JenniferKoh.com: Jennifer Koh and Jaime Laredo discuss their upcoming “Two x Four” collaboration.
On the road again: the Curtis Chamber Orchestra joins Jennifer Koh and Jaime Laredo for performances in Philadelphia (March 11), New York City (March 13), and Washington, D.C. (March 14) as part of Curtis On Tour.
Jaime Laredo (’59) performs alongside his former student Jennifer Koh (’02) on four double concertos by J.S. Bach and Philip Glass, plus new commissions by Anna Clyne and David Ludwig. Called Two x Four, this project celebrates the relationship between teacher and student through music.
A private performance by the Curtis On Tour ensemble at a home in beautiful Palm Beach, FL. Curtis supporters enjoyed an intimate concert performed by Curtis President and viola faculty member Roberto Díaz (‘84), violinist Steven Copes (‘94), and cellist Tessa Seymour.
February 3: the Curtis On Tour ensemble at the Bok Tower Gardens in Lake Wales, Florida. Built by the husband of Curtis founder Mary Louise Curtis Bok, it boasts one of the world’s finest carillons and nearly 50 acres of gardens. The Bok Tower Gardens celebrates its 84th anniversary this season.
Curtis On Tour performs in Sarasota’s intimate Jane B. Cook Theatre tonight. The school’s connection to Sarasota dates back to the 1930’s, when alumnus David Cohen founded the ensemble that later became the Sarasota Orchestra. Today Curtis On Tour makes regular visits to Sarasota, returning for the sixth consecutive year.
Curtis president and Grammy Award-nominated viola faculty member Roberto Díaz (‘84), violinist Steven Copes (‘94), and cellist Tessa Seymour (pictured above left to right) perform in South Florida this week. Part of Curtis On Tour, which presents tomorrow’s leading musicians performing alongside celebrated Curtis faculty and alumni, they appear in Lake Wales (Feb. 3), Sarasota (Feb. 6), and Fort Myers (Feb. 8).