Carnegie Hall Notables Present Tenth Annual Notable Occasion, Featuring Latitude 41, Tonight
Tonight, May 15 at 7:30 p.m., Nicola and Beatrice Bulgari and the Carnegie Hall Notables-a membership and ticket program for music enthusiasts in their 20s and 30s-host the Tenth Annual Notable Occasion with the chamber ensemble Latitude 41 performing piano trios by Beethoven, Shostakovich, and Dvo?ák in Zankel Hall. After the exclusive concert, the Notables will gather at Redeye Grill for a private reception. The Tenth Annual Notable Occasion is generously underwritten by Nicola and Beatrice Bulgari. The evening will benefit music education in the New York metropolitan area by supporting the many music education programs created by Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute.
About the Artists
Violinist Livia Sohn, cellist Luigi Piovano, and pianist Bernadene Blaha came together to form Latitude 41 in 2009 as a result of their previous musical collaborations and mutual passion for chamber music. Since the group's formation, Latitude 41 has appeared at the Newport Music Festival, the L'Ermitage Foundation in Los Angeles, and on "Sundays Live" at the L.A. County Museum of Art, which is streamed live across the internet and radio. In 2011, Latitude 41 released its debut CD of Schubert's monumental Piano Trio in E flat and Notturno, on the label Eloquentia, which will issue the group's second CD of both Saint-Saëns trios in 2014. Most recent engagements of the trio include a recital for New York's Maverick Concerts, America's oldest continuous summer chamber music festival, and Vancouver's Music in the Morning. Latitude 41 takes its name from the coordinates of the location of the trio's first performance in Rhode Island, as well as where cellist Luigi Piovano makes his home in Rome, Italy.
About the Carnegie Hall Notables
Made up of music lovers in their 20s and 30s, the Notables bring a new kind of creative energy to Carnegie Hall. Notables support the education programs of Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute and celebrate music through intimate discussions, concerts, cocktail parties, and more.
Contributions from the Notables directly support the music education and community programs of the Weill Music Institute. The Weill Music Institute creates visionary programs that embody Carnegie Hall's commitment to music education. With unparalleled access to the world's greatest artists, the Weill Music Institute inspires audiences of all ages, nurtures tomorrow's musical talent, and harnesses the power of music to make a meaningful difference in people's lives. An integral part of Carnegie Hall's concert season, these programs facilitate creative expression, develop musical skills and capacities at all levels, and encourage participants to make lifelong personal connections to music. The Weill Music Institute generates new knowledge through original research and shares a wide range of free online resources with educators and music lovers around the globe. More than 400,000 people each year engage in the Weill Music Institute's programs through national and international partnerships, in New York City schools and community settings, and at Carnegie Hall.