Tuesday, February 20 at 7:30PM

Celebrating its seventh decade of performances, the Musicians from Marlboro are praised for their joyous and thoroughly prepared performances. The Washington Post calls them “so fresh and full-blooded, so full of earthy vitality and sheer sensual pleasure, that it made you happy to be alive.”

Created as an extension to the Vermont Marlboro Music Festival, Musicians from Marlboro serves as a valuable touring experience to artists at the beginning of their careers and for featuring programs of unusual as well as beloved chamber repertoire.

Since its inception, the Musicians from Marlboro have introduced great talents including pianist Yefim Bronfman, pianist Richard Goode, violinist and conductor Jaime Laredo, pianist and conductor Murray Perahia, flutist Paula Robison, pianist and conductor Sir András Schiff, pianist Peter Serkin, clarinetist Richard Stoltzman, violinist Christian Tetzlaff, soprano Benita Valente, and clarinetist Harold Wright, among others. They have also included other exceptional artists now heard in the Brentano, Chicago, Emerson, Guarneri, Juilliard, Orion, Miami, Muir, Tokyo, St. Lawrence, and Ying Quartets as well as the Beaux Arts, Eroica, Mannes, and Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trios, and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.

Musicians from Marlboro concert series are held each year in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Greenwich, CT, and Washington, D.C. There are also individual performances in Montréal; London, ON; Brattleboro, VT, and elsewhere.

Now Musicians from Marlboro are coming to SOPAC!  Don’t miss your chance to hear the next generation of legendary classical musicians.  Presented by the Seton Hall University’s Classical Concert Series, this evening will feature works of Coleridge-Taylor, Dvořák, Webern, and Schoenberg.


Jordan Bak, viola
Anna Göckel
, violin
Hsin-Yun Huang,viola
Chase Park, cello
Christopher Richter, cello
Evren Ozel, piano
Stephenie Zyzakviolin


Coleridge-Taylor: Selections from Five Fantasiestücke, Op. 5
Dvořák: Piano Trio in E Minor, Op. 90
Webern: Six Bagatelles, Op. 9
SchoenbergVerklärte Nacht, Op. 4