The New York Times has called violinist Tai Murray “superb.”
The Avery Fisher Career Grant winner and former BBC New Generation artist makes her 92Y debut with a program showcasing the gorgeous sound and dazzling technique that have captured audiences and critics in Berlin, London, Shanghai and more. Murray joins us with pianist Hee-Kyung Juhn for two Beethoven sonatas, the beloved “Spring,” with its exquisite slow movement, and his undisputed masterpiece in the genre, “Kreutzer.” Between the two, Murray’s passion for new music is heard in Jeffrey Scott’s moody and vibrant sonata Transparencia, inspired by Brazilian dances.
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