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 Embracing the salon-style of classical music performance, our concerts are presented in
intimate settings, designed around themes that offer listeners an involved
musical experience, and an enhanced sense of discovery.
 
We love what we do, and we share our passion
in performance and words, during and after the concert.
 
 
 
Our primary performance venues areConcerts At Ivy logo
ETHICAL SOCIETY BUILDING, located on
Rittenhouse Square,  Philadelphia,
and IVY HALL, in the Overbrook Farms
section of Philadelphia, on Lancaster Avenue.

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2016 -2017 SEASON:  

November 5, 2016 at 7:30 pm – Ivy Hall
November 6, 2016 at 3:00 pm- Ethical Society Building

“AMERICAN CLASSICAL SPIRIT”
Barber, Ives, Copland, Still… then Bowles & Gershwin!

January 21, 2017 at 7:30 pm – Ivy Hall
January 22, 2017 at 3:00 pm – Ethical Society Building

“A RUSSIAN SOIREE – with a touch of mysticism”
with writings and poetry spoken in English and Russian

March 25, 2017 at 7:30 pm – Ivy Hall
March 26, 2017 at 3:00 pm – Ethical Society Building

“JOHANNES BRAHMS and the SCHUMANNS”
A Story of Music and Love

DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED
DUO-PIANO CONCERT
music for two pianos by Brahms, Schubert, Piazzolla, Barber and Rachmaninoff

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our performance venues:

IVY HALL, 6331 Lancaster Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19151 (2 1/2 blocks east of City Line Ave)
ETHICAL SOCIETY BUILDING, 1906 S Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA (Center City, on the park)

RECENT PERFORMANCE VIDEOS:

A Musical Ode to Earth: 

STRING QUARTET: PALE BLUE DOT String Quartet, by David Ludwig, at Ivy Hall, March 12, 2016

PIANO TRIO: VOX BALAENAE (VOICE OF THE WHALE) by George Crumb at Ivy Hall, March 12, 2016

 

Russian Music Salon:

PIANO: Rachmaninoff Prelude D Maj Op23 No 4_Marzec-Salwinski_Fine Art Music

VOICE: “Statue at Tsarskoye Selo,” Cesar Cui; Tatyana Rashkovsky, mezzo soprano; Rollin Wilber, piano

VOICE: “I Have Outlived My Aspirations,” Nikolai Medtner; Tatyana Rashkovsky, K. Marzec-Salwinski

VOICE: “I Recall a Wondrous Moment,” M. Glinka; Tatyana Rashkovsky, mezzo soprano; Rollin Wilber, piano

POEM: “The Prophet,” Alexander Pushkin; read by Inna Lobanova-Heasley

POEM: Pushkin Poem “My Talisman” Inna Lobanova-Heasley Fine Art Music Russian Salon

 

In Recital: Saxophone, Violin, and Piano:

Cantilene et Danse by Marc Eychenne_Fine Art Music_Moser_Justeson_Marzec-Salwinski

Sonata for Violin and Piano by Claude Debussy_Fine Art Music Company_Moser _Marzec-Salwinski


Fine Art Music Company:
info@fineartmusiccompany.com
215-803-9725