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"Classical Keys" Cellist Julian Schwarz & Pianist Daniel Colalillo

Hell's Kitchen (11ave 54-55st)

Sat, December 2, 2023 6:30 PM, EST

Pay the musicians
Drinking policy
Don't bring your own drinks
Wheelchair access
Not wheelchair accessible

This is a groupmuse

A live concert in a living room, backyard, or another intimate space. They're casual and friendly, hosted by community members.


Daniel C. Superhost

Music Starts right at 7PM

Classical Keys recital:
Cellist - Julian Schwarz
Pianist & Artistic Director - Daniel Colalillo

Beethoven - Cello Sonata No. 2 in G minor Op. 5 No. 1
Paul Frucht - What a Time (2021) (NYC Premiere)
Kevin Puts - Air for Cello and Piano (2004)
Poulenc - Cello Sonata

Cellist Julian Schwarz was awarded first prize at the inaugural Schoenfeld International Competition in 2013 and has since made over 200 concerto appearances in the US and abroad. Julian performs in a duo with Marika Bournaki as winners of the 2016 Boulder International Competition’s “The Art of Duo”, and is a founding member of the Frisson Ensemble. A devoted teacher, Mr. Schwarz serves as Associate Professor of Cello at Shenandoah Conservatory and on the artist faculty of New York University and Eastern Music Festival. He received BM and MM degrees from The Juilliard School under Joel Krosnick. A Pirastro artist, he endorses Pirastro "Perpetual" cello strings.

Daniel Colalillo is a highly regarded classical pianist based in New York City. He is renowned for delivering powerful and distinctive performances with a high level of musical integrity. He has received critical acclaim from "The New York Times" and has established himself as a sought-after soloist. He has given solo recitals at prominent venues such as Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall, Bargemusic, Symphony Space, Columbia University, Princeton University, and has performed in several cities including Philadelphia, San Francisco, Boston, Nashville, Toronto, Montreal, and more. Daniel also serves as the Artistic Director of "Classical Keys," a concert series held in Morristown, NJ and NYC where he actively performs chamber music. As a dedicated educator, he operates his own private studio and was awarded "Top Piano Teacher" by Steinway & Sons in 2022. Recently, he is a Musician Owner and serves on the Council of "Groupmuse," a series of chamber music house concerts in the US and abroad. He graduated with a Master from Mannes College and began playing piano at the late age of 15.

What's the music?

Classical Keys Cello & Piano

Beethoven - Cello Sonata No. 2 in G minor Op. 5 No. 1
Paul Frucht - What a Time (2021) (NYC Premiere)
Kevin Puts - Air for Cello and Piano (2004)
Poulenc - Cello Sonata


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