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Music at Evergreen: Jonathan Swensen
April 3 , 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm$10 – $36
MUSIC AT EVERGREEN 2022
Evergreen’s popular Music at Evergreen concert series returns in 2022 with a joint performance by flutist Anthony Trionfo and pianist Albert Cano Smit in the museum’s historic Bakst Theatre on Saturday, February 20 at 3 p.m. The concert series continues on April 3 with a performance by cellist Jonathan Swensen. Tickets are available for individual concerts or for the series. Space is limited. Visit https://evergreenmuseum.eventbrite.com to purchase your tickets.
ABOUT THE PERFORMERS
Praised as “breezily virtuostic,” by the New York Times, flutist ANTHONY (TONEY) TRIONFO has performed as a soloist with the Edmonton Symphony, ProMusica Chamber Orchestra, the “President’s Own” Marine Band, and the Stockton Symphony. He won First Prize at the 2016 Young Concert Artists International Auditions. In 2018, he debuted in the YCA Series at New York’s Merkin Concert Hall and Washington, D.C.’s, Kennedy Center along with pianist Albert Cano Smit. He received both his master’s and bachelor’s degrees from the Colburn School Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles, California.
Since winning First Prize at the 2019 Young COncert Artists International Auditions, pianist ALBERT CANO SMIT has become an audience favorite. He recently performed with the Las Vegas Philharmoic, and has appeared with the San Diego Symphony, Montreal Symphone, Barcelona Symphony, and Manchester Camerata. This past season, he made his New York debut at Merkin Concert Hall, presented by Young Concert Artists. Most recently, he was awarded the 2020 Arthur Rubinstein Piano Prize from the Julliard School, where he is currently pursuing his Artist Diploma with Robert McDonald.
A native of Denmark, JONATHAN SWENSEN first fell in love with the cello at age six. Since then, he has appeared with the Orquesta Ciudad de Granada, Venice State Symphony Orchestra, Denmark’s Aarhus Symphony Orchestra, and Poland’s NFM Leopoldinum Orchestra. He captured first prizes at 2018 Young Concert Artists International Auditions, the 2018 Khackaturian International Cello Competition, and the 2019 Windsor International String Competition. He is a graduate of the Royal Danish Academy of Music and now attends the New England Conservatory of Music for graduate studies.
ABOUT THE SERIES
Evergreen Museum & Library’s popular and eclectic classical music series continues The Honorable John Work Garrett (1872-1942) and Alice Warder Garrett’s (1877-1952) tradition of presenting intimate performances in their home and providing audiences an opportunity to meet the artists. The modern incarnation of the Music at Evergreen concert series is made possible by the Evergreen House Foundation.
General Admission $20 concert/$36 series
JHU Museums Members $15 concert/$26 series
JHU Faculty, Staff & Alumni* $15 concert/$26 series
Full-time Students* $10 concert/$16 series
* with valid ID