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If Music Be The Food

Event Details:

February 12, 2020
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

The new season of If Music Be the Food kicks off on February 12 with performances by the Baltimore Symphony Musicians, Duo Sorolla, Mono Trio, flutist Giorgio Consolati, and pianist/Artistic Director Lior Willinger. 


 Violinist Greg Mulligan and cellist Bo Li of the Baltimore Symphony Musicians will join pianist Lior Willinger for the US premiere of Jing Jin‘s Piano Trio. The prolific Duo Sorolla – cellist Ismar Gomes and pianist Wan-Chi Su – are celebrating their tenth season performing together, having first joined forces during studies at Peabody Conservatory. They will perform Debussy’s vibrant Cello Sonata. Italian flutist Giorgio Consolati has been praised by the New York Classical Review for his “full tone, exacting articulation and interpretive intelligence.” A recent Juilliard graduate, he will perform his own transcription of the Clarinet Sonata in F minor by Johannes Brahms with pianist Lior Willinger. Mono Trio – violinist Orest Smovzh, cellist Mafalda Santos, and pianist Chelsea Wang – was selected as this year’s honors ensemble at the Peabody Conservatory. They will perform Beethoven’s Piano Trio in E flat major, Op. 70, No. 2.


The concert is free with suggested donation. All proceeds from the series benefit the Maryland Food Bank. Advance donations can made here:


If Music Be the Food 

World-class musicians offer their talents to increase awareness and support for those struggling with food insecurity in our community. The series has raised thousands of meals for those in need.


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