Arianna Zukerman, soprano
Navah Perlman, piano
the next generation
Saturday, August 21 at 7 pm
This concert is the first in our
new Voce series,
showcasing world-class vocal talent
in the intimate and acoustically exquisite
Ancram Opera House.
Curated by Eugenia Zukerman
Known for her lyrical eloquence on the stage,
Navah Perlman has established
herself as one of
the most poetic and admired pianists of her
has performed to critical acclaim in major concert
America, Europe and Asia.
Perlman has appeared with numerous orchestras
throughout North America,
including the Philadelphia
Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony, Nashville
Montreal Symphony, and Oklahoma City Philharmonic.
has appeared with the
Barcelona Symphony Orchestra, the National
Mexico, the Israel Philharmonic, the Prague Symphony
and the New Japan
Philharmonic in Suntory Hall. She has given recitals in
Dallas, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Scottsdale, and Baltimore.
highlights include performances with the Knoxville and Cheyenne
addition to her
successful solo career, Ms. Perlman collaborates frequently
with violinist Giora Schmidt and cellist Zuill Bailey as the
Perlman/Schmidt/Bailey Trio, celebrating their 10th anniversary this
The trio's energetic and passionate performances have taken them to
concert halls, festivals and universities across North America including
Center, the Lied Centers of Kansas and Nebraska, the Kennedy
and the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival as well as in cities
Chicago, St. Louis, Phoenix, Houston, and Mexico City.
which features works by Schubert and Shostakovich, was
released this fall.
Ms. Perlman's recital
recording of Bach, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Chopin and Prokofiev is
a complete bio of Navah
Perlman, click here.
Possessing a luminous voice with "the
dramatic inflection to make for a powerfully
performance"(Opera), soprano Arianna Zukerman is
equally in demand for opera and concert
The Washington Post observes "Arianna
possesses a remarkable voice that combines the
warmth and facility of a Rossini mezzo with shimmering,
round high notes and exquisite pianissimos
make any soprano jealous."
Arianna Zukerman's 2009-10 season included
performances in Lisbon and Canada's National Arts
Centre, among many other engagements. She also
sang with the Washington Chorus, the National Philharmonic, the Rochester
Philharmonic. She performed works of Rossini and
Bruckner at UC/Davis,
and works by Mozart at the Ravinia Festival. And she performed in recital
pianist Navah Perlman for El Paso Pro Musica.
Previous highlights include a return to the
Foundation to reprise
the role of Female Chorus in The Rape of Lucretia
under Lorin Maazel, with
performances at the conductor's estate in Virginia. She sang Britten's War
Requiem in a
return to the National Philharmonic; and Musetta in La bohème
Philadelphia Orchestra at the Mann Center in Philadelphia and at
Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival under Rossen Milanov. Ms. Zukerman
made her Boston Symphony Orchestra debut under James Levine
in Moses und
and her Philadelphia Orchestra debut, singing Beethoven's
Symphony No. 9
Rossen Milanov in Philadelphia and Charles Dutoit at the
Arts Center. In the summer of 2008
Ms. Zukerman also
debuted with the Santa Fe Chamber Music Series.
For a complete bio of Arianna Zukerman, click
Tickets for this concert are $20 in advance, $25 at the door,
and may be purchased online by clicking here.
For those who wish to make a special contribution
toward the future of the Ancram Opera House
and this quarterly Voce series,
there is a special VIP ticket, for $50.
All VIP donors will be listed in the program.
See options for buying your ticket below.
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Ancram, in Columbia County, New York, seven miles east of
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