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InterHarmony International Music Festival
music festival presenting classical music concerts and educational opportunities
music festival presenting classical music concerts and educational opportunities

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Surprise Announcement: InterHarmony is elated to announce that Nikolaj Znaider, one of the most sought-after and most accomplished violinists, will be joining the Outstanding Guest Artist Series at the Sulzbach-Rosenberg International Music Festival (SRIMF) this summer. Znaider will be performing in a Déjà Vu Chamber Music Concert that includes his former teacher violinist, Boris Kuschnir, and cellist Misha Quint. The program includes Dvorak’s Terzetto for 2 violins and cello, Op.74 the Kodaly Duo, Op.7 and culminates in Tchaikovsky’s Souvenir de Florence String Sextet, Op.70. Then, students will have a rare opportunity to be part of Nikolaj Znaider’s violin master class.

Following a triumphant return to the BBC Proms with the Staatskapelle Dresden and Christian Thielemann, 2016/17 season sees Znaider embark on a new project, recording all of the Mozart violin concertos, directed from the violin with the London Symphony. He has a particularly strong relationship with the LSO; an orchestra he conducts and performs as soloist with every season. Both as conductor and as soloist, Znaider is interested in deepening his connections with key orchestras where he feels a special bond, working regularly with orchestras such as the Staatskapelle Dresden, Cleveland Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Royal Concertgebouw, Detroit Symphony, Montreal Symphony, Washington National Symphony, and Munich Philharmonic orchestras.

More information can be found at…/Nikolaj-Znaider-violin and InterHarmony is now accepting applications for the Sulzbach-Rosenberg, Bavaria, Germany portion of the festival at

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Our beautiful new concert poster for Limits without Limitations on Jan 21!

Design: Abby Gaudette
Photography: Abby Gaudette, unknown

InterHarmony Concert Series:

Misha Quint, cello
Bruno Canino, piano

Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall
Saturday, January 21, 2017, 8:00pm

BEETHOVEN: Cello Sonata No. 3
SCHUBERT: Arpeggione Sonata
STRAVINSKY: Suite Italienne
TCHAIKOVSKY: Pezzo capriccioso

#Design: Abby Gaudette @abbygaud
#carnegie #carnegiehall #mishaquint #mishaquintcellist #cello #classicalmusic #music #interharmony #interharmonymusicfestival #interharmonyinternationalmusicfestival

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Cellist Misha Quint, Pianist Bruno Canino Perform at Carnegie Hall on Jan 21 at 8PM in Only Beethoven, Schubert, Stravinsky, and Tchaikovsky: Limits without Limitations at InterHarmony Concert Series

Join Misha Quint (cellist) and Bruno Canino (pianist) for the latest installment of the InterHarmony® International Music Festival Concert Series at Weill Recital Hall. Their program offers no gimmicks or tricks, only the peaks of the repertoire for cello and piano, from Beethoven to Stravinsky. Tickets are $40, and can be purchased by calling CarnegieCharge at 212-247-7800, at the Carnegie Hall box office located at West 57th and Seventh Avenue, or online at For more information on the series visit

Quint’s concert series at the Weill Recital Hall has long important provided a bridge between the musical cultures and stars of America and Europe. In this recital, he offers "no frills, only chills and cello” – and an opportunity to hear legendary Italian pianist and Naxos recording artist Bruno Canino live in New York. After collaborations in Italy, the two internationally regarded performers now bring a program of monuments of the cello and piano literature to Quint’s home turf: Beethoven’s foundational Cello Sonata No. 3 in A Major, Op.69, Schubert’s heart-breaking Arpeggione, Stravinsky’s neo-classical masterpiece, the Suite Italienne, and Tchaikovsky’s final work for cello: the Pezzo capriccioso, Op.62.


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Dear Friends,

We both think 2017 will be filled with great music and your sparkling smiles. All the best for the New Year.

Warm regards,

Misha van Quinthoven
Ludwig van Beethoven
The InterHarmony Team
(Caitlin, Abby, Noah, and Eliana)

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