Jonathan Carney-Violinist

Jonathan Carney

Jonathan Carney takes the stage in a violin recital featuring favorite works by Brahms, the Strauss sonata for violin and more.  He served as concertmaster of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London and is currently concertmaster for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.  Mr. Carney has made numerous recordings with new releases that include Beethoven's "Archduke" and "Ghost" trios, the cello quintet of Schubert and a Dvořák disc with the Terzetto and four Romantic period pieces for violin.

Start Date: 1/19/2014 4:00 pm
End Date: 1/19/2014 6:00 pm
Location: Francis Hall Theater & Recital Hall
Price: $18 advance purchase adult ticket, $20 adult tickets purchased at door, $13 AU alumni/non-AU students/senior citizens/AU faculty & staff, $10 Seniors College, Free Alvernia University students (w/Alvernia student ID. Call 610-796-8322 to reserve Alvernia student tickets.)
Sponsor: Alvernia Office of Arts & Culture
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