Music of Astor Piazzolla and Amy Beach at Stamford Friends of Music
| August 12, 2019
Anna Williams, violin; Eri Nakamura, piano; Carla Jablonski, mezzo-soprano; Mikhail Veselov, cello
Neave Trio presents an encore performance for the Stamford Friends of Music. Violinist Anna Williams joins us by phone to talk about this special program of music by Astor Piazzolla and Amy Beach. Joining the trio is mezzo-soprano Carla Jablonski.
Photo credit: Mark Roemisch
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