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“Reaching New Worlds” Concert

Saturday, April 28th at 3pm…

…I will have the great privilege of performing in concert at Our Savior Lutheran Church in Arcadia with violinist Doris Chiang, violist Miguel Cunanan, and cellist Anne Sherrill.

l to r: Sarah (violin), Miguel (viola), Anne (cello), Doris (violin)

We’ll be presenting an exciting program entitled “Reaching New Worlds” — performing:

These works certainly span the gamut of style and time as they represent the encountering of new worlds: from Beethoven’s “pushing the Classical-style envelope” to Dvorak’s fond reminiscence of his journeys to the New World of America… to the not-too-distant future of computer programs and robots who begin to experience the vast landscapes of Dream and Emotion in Anima Mechanicae.

Visit my Events Page for directions and details. This will truly be a wonderful event; Hope to see you there!


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Photos from HSQ’s Recent Guest Performance!

On Feb. 4th, the Hill Street Quartet was invited to participate in CYMG‘s first community benefit recital, as the featured performing group! We performed the first movement of Beethoven’s Op. 18., No. 5, as well as  Dvorak’s “American” String Quartet in its entirety, to a wonderfully excited audience!

Here are some wonderful photos of the Quartet from that event!

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Photos from the ASTA Chamber Festival Performances

Special thanks to Keith Buerger for taking these shots for us at the Second Annual ASTA Chamber Music Festival yesterday! :mrgreen: It was truly an exhilarating event!

  • The Rosé Trio is: Irene Shiao, Danielle Cummins, and Sarah Wallin Huff on violins. Debuting Sarah’s brand new original, “Counterpoint Invariable” in its entirety.

  • The Quantum Quartet is: Sarah Wallin Huff and Danielle Cummins on violins, Miguel Cunanan on viola, and Benjamin Coyte on cello. Performing Sarah’s original, “Anima Mechanicae: Soul of the Machine.”

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News from Arizona Gigging…

I had the honor, over these past few days, to have been invited to play with Chad Standlea in Phoenix! It was simply the most amazing and wonderful music-making experience–Chad is truly talented; his music and performing style make my job of accompanying him on the fiddle an immense pleasure indeed! “…a bright spot in a dark universe…” 😉

Below, for your enjoyment, I’m attaching three videos from our performances of Chad’s original tunes; you can also find the gallery of some favorite photos here. Enjoy!