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Hai-Ting Chinn

Hai-Ting Chinn interviewed by Rob Brown

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Rob Brown, WMHT
Hai-Ting Chinn

Science geeks get their day in the concert hall with Hai-Ting Chinn’s ‘Science Fair,’ an ‘opera with experiments’

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David Noel Edwards, Berkshire Edge
Hai-Ting Chinn

Science has been under attack as of late, but artists have taken up the fight to restore faith in the principles of hypothesis, experimentation and methodical thinking. Case in point: Mezzo-soprano Hai-Ting Chinn is set to perform in Science Fair: An Opera With Experiments, a performance piece that is both unconventional and daringly original.

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John Soltes, Hollywood Soapbox
Hai-Ting Chinn

Interview with Hai-Ting Chinn on Robin Hood Radio

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Marshall Miles, Robin Hood Radio
Hanzhi Wang

Interview with Hanzhi Wang on Robin Hood Radio

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Marshall Miles, Robin Hood Radio
Hai-Ting Chinn

Clarion’s Leaf Peeper Concert Series: Science Fair, An Opera With Experiments

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Lisa Green, Rural Intelligence
Eugenia Zukerman with The Manhattan Piano Trio

The Manhattan Trio, three Juilliard graduates, performed a lively program at Saint James Place in Great Barrington Friday evening for the next leg of the Clarion Concert series.

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Kevin T. McEneaney, The Millbrook Indepenent

Double bassist Xavier Foley who played this past Sunday afternoon at Hudson Hall (the old renovated opera house in Hudson) is a rising star.

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Kevin T. McEneaney, The Millbrook Independent

Eugenia Zukerman, an internationally known flutist, an impresario and artistic director of Classics on Hudson, is also an author of two novels, a nonfiction book and, this fall, “Like Falling through a Cloud,” a lyrical memoir due out in November from East End Press.

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Debby Meyer, Columbia Papser
Eugenia Zukerman

In addition to being a famous soloist and outstanding chamber musician, Eugenia Zukerman was for thirteen years the Artistic Director of the Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival. Prior that, Ms. Zukerman interviewed and created more than three hundred portraits as the Arts Correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, for which she received an Emmy nomination for broadcast journalism. Eugenia has performed as soloist with many of the world's finest orchestras. She is currently the artistic director of Clarion concerts in Hudson, New York and Great Barrington, Massachusetts.

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Joe Donahue, WAMC
Eugenia Zukerman & Dave Hall

Since its founding in 1957 in Manhattan as a baroque music series, Clarion Concerts has seen changes in its mission, focus and even its location. The evolution continues under the leadership of Eugenia Zukerman, who was named artistic director five years ago.

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Joseph Dalton, Albany Times Union
New York Polyphony at Hudson Hall

In a showcase of talent and intricately woven harmonies, choral quartet New York Polyphony held a capacity audience in rapt attention at Hudson Hall for its performance of 16th-century choral music.

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Leila Hawken, The Millbrook Independent
The Amernet Quartet

The Amernet String Quartet, joined for this event by renowned flautist, Eugenia Zukerman at St. James Place in Great Barrington was the third in this season’s Leaf Peepers Concert series. In a gracious welcome to the audience, Zukerman promised a concert of “amazing sounds,” a promise that was fulfilled to the highest standard by the variety of selections, each demanding the performers to exercise their individual talents.

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Leila Hawken, The Millbrook Independent
The Neave Trio

The second in the 2018 Leaf Peepers concert series drew a near- capacity audience at Saint James Place in Great Barrington to hear the acclaimed Neave Trio this past Saturday evening. The acoustics in this gracious concert space (a reconverted church

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Leila Hawken, The Millbrook Independent
Tim Fain
Tim Fain Hits the Wow Note at Hudson Hall

In a concert punctuated by frequent calls of “Bravo,” violinist and composer Tim Fain delivered a marvelous performance of virtuosity to open the 2018 Leaf Peepers concert series. This full-house concert was held on Saturday, September 15, at newly renovated Hudson Hall.

Leila Hawken, The Millbrook Indepenent
Natalia Zukerman

Fresh from an acclaimed New York City opening month-long run in Manhattan, Natalia Zukerman brought her one-woman (or should we say one-artistic genius) show to an appreciative audience gathered in an intimate barn venue in the Berkshires. The event, titled ”The Women Who Rode Away: Portraits, Stories, and Songs,” was brilliantly offered as a fundraiser to benefit the Leaf Peepers concerts, a series of four concerts scheduled for the fall of 2018.

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Leila Hawken, The Millbrook Independent
Berkshire Record Review - page 1

The second Clarion Concert of the season - there are five - opened with two talented singers in the first half of the program and two up-and-coming young pianists in the second half.

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Rex Hearn, Berkshire Record

Recently under new management, sophisticated, classical music 'in the woods'.

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Kathryn Boughton, Berkshire Style
A Sneak Peek At The Leaf Peepers Concert Series

It wasn’t just standing room only at the Leaf Peepers fundraising concert on Saturday, May 30. It was a stair sitting, loft leaning and barstool perching audience that packed Richard Collens’ home in Hillsdale for a benefit concert to help fund one of Columbia County’s most beloved concert series (and the county’s oldest classical music organization).

Lisa Green, Rural Intelligence
Beautiful Time of Year for Baroque
Berkshire Eagle - October 16, 2014
Clarion Concerts bring Leaf Peepers to Greenport

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Register-Star Review - Hudson Concert (9/27/14)
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