Classical Concert in our Historic Library
Joenne Dumitrascu and Stephen Gorgone of the Whitman String Quartet will present string solos and duos in the stunning, historic 1892 section of Emma Clark Library.
Sunday, October 22, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. The public is invited to stroll in, relax and listen to the music while taking in the gorgeous historic scenery (and perhaps even read their favorite novel).
There is no need to register, and anyone – resident or nonresident – is welcome to enjoy the program.
The Whitman String Quartet, comprised of doctoral students and graduates, was founded at Stony Brook University in 2015.
Dr. Stephen Gorgone is a professional violist, violinist, piano accompanist, music teacher, NYSSMA Adjudicator, Feldenkrais Practitioner, and founding member of the Whitman String Quartet based on Long Island. Throughout his career, he has performed at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Kodak Hall, Corning Museum of Glass, and other venues.
European-born Canadian musical artist Joenne Dumitrascu (born Oana Dumitrascu) began her musical studies in Europe and continued in the pre-college division of the Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM) in Toronto, pursuing both violin and piano training. She recently completed her doctorate in music at the State University of New York at Stony Brook (SUNY Stony Brook), where she was a violin major.
Photos credits: Dr. Joenne Dumitrascu’s photo credit – William Oh Photography. Dr. Stephen Gorgone’s photo credit – The Glenmar Studio.
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