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3 Concerts with the Villiers String Quartet from Britain; radio broadcasts this week

Frank Bridge Piano Quintet with the Villiers Quartet from the University of Oxford: Thursday, March 16, 8 pm, Cal Poly Pomona Recital Hall
Saturday, March 18, 8 pm, Boston Court in Pasadena
Sunday, March 17, 2:30 pm, San Diego Central Library

Dear friends and colleagues!

I am very excited to collaborate this week with the wonderful Villiers String Quartet from Britain, quartet-in-residence at the University of Oxford. We will be performing the rarely played gorgeous Piano Quintet by Frank Bridge in 3 concerts in Southern California this week.

Links with full information for each event:

Thursday, March 14 at 8 pm at Cal Poly Pomona (also master class from 1-3 pm): http://polycentric.cpp.edu/2019/02/shpachenko-and-friends-chamber-music-festival-kicks-off-march-5
Saturday, March 16 at 8 pm at Boston Court in Pasadena: https://bostoncourtpasadena.org/events/the-villiers-quartet
Sunday, March 17 at 2:30 pm at San Diego Central Library: https://www.sandiego.gov/public-library/news-events/concertseries

Also, this week composer Nina C. Young's "Kolokol" for two pianos and electronics, recorded for my album The Poetry of Places by me and the wonderful LA Phil pianist Joanne Pearce Martin was broadcast on two radio stations: TONOTOPICALIA in Denton, TX on KUZU 92.9 FM with hosts Louise Fristensky and Christopher Walker and CLASSICAL DISCOVERIES in Princeton, NJ on WPRB 103.3 FM with host Marvin Rosen.

You can hear the Classical Discoveries Broadcast for a limited time here (mp3 available until April 18, Kolokol starts 17:57 minutes into the segment).

Other CD release news this week:

The Poetry of Places is currently a Featured New Release on Apple Music and iTunes.

Read the first two reviews of The Poetry of Places album:
Dean Frey on Music for Several Instruments: https://referencerecordings.com/the-poetry-of-places-is-marvellous
Paul Muller on Sequenza21: http://www.sequenza21.com/cdreviews/2019/03/nadia-shpachenko-the-poetry-of-places

This week Give Me Your Songs by composer Hannah Lash from The Poetry of Places CD was featured on Apple Music's "Women in Classical Music" playlist that features "visionary women musicians". Click here to listen to all the works in this playlist.
Give Me Your Songs is also featured on unCLASSIFIED's Need to Know: Women of Classical playlist: https://naxos.lnk.to/womenofclassical

The Poetry of Places fundraiser: https://www.gofundme.com/the-poetry-of-places

I hope to see you at one of the concerts if you happen to be in town this week!

Best wishes,
Nadia
Trailer for Nadia Shpachenko's new CD "The Poetry of Places"
Music video for "In Full Sail" by Harold Meltzer, based on Frank Gehry’s IAC Building
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