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Celebrate Springtime, Virtually, with The Sanctuary Series

Celebrate springtime with The Sanctuary Series on Sunday, April 18 at 4 PM, with a performance featuring violinist Ariel Horowitz accompanied by pianist Eri Kang entitled, “Dialogues and Dialectics.” The concert will be performed in the sanctuary of the South Salem Presbyterian Church and streamed live for free on Facebook. You do not have to be on Facebook to watch the performance.

Hailed by The Washington Post as “Sweetly Lyrical,” Ariel Horowitz cannot remember life before loving music. A student of Ani Kavafian at the Yale School of Music, Ariel previously studied with Itzhak Perlman and Catherine Cho at The Juilliard School. Prizewinner at the Menuhin, Grumiaux, Stulberg, and Klein International Competitions, she has received numerous other grants, awards and distinctions. Her program follows the evolution of the violin and piano, two kindred spirits, as they have evolved together throughout the history of Western Classical Music with works by Dvorak. Mozart, Schumann, Bach and Franck.

The virtual spring season continues with “Songs for Spring” featuring pianist Wynona Wang on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 9, 2021 at 4pm. She will perform a virtual concert featuring works by Beethoven, Ravel and Rachmaninoff. Born in Beijing, Wynona is an active performer in China, Europe and the United States and has won numerous first place prizes including the 2018 Concert Artists Guild International Competition.

There will be a limited number of advanced tickets available for purchase before each concert subject to protocols in place at the time. Check the Series’ website: www.thesanctuaryseries.org for updates. Questions may also be addressed to [email protected] .