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Marcantonio Barone

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Lenape Chamber Ensemble

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Lenape Chamber Ensemble

P.O. Box 93

Pipersville, Pennsylvania,18947

United States

Company Description

Bucks County\'s resident Chamber Music Ensemble performs music for up to nine instruments, offering a rare chance to enjoy great chamber works!...more

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Performers | Lenape Chamber Ensemble

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Marcantonio Barone
Marcantonio Barone, piano -Marcantonio Barone has given solo recitals at the Metropolitan Museum and Weill Recital Hall in New York and the National Gallery in Washington. He has appeared on the recital series of the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, Ravinia Festival, San Francisco's Midsummer Mozart Festival, at Wigmore Hall in London, the Rachmaninoff Hall in Moscow and the Great Hall of the St. Petersburg Filarmoniya. He has performed as soloist with major orchestras on four continents and as guest artist at the Philadelphia Orchestra Chamber Music Concerts. He is a touring member of Orchestra 2001.


The 1987 Competition | LIPC

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Marcantonio Barone (United States)
Chairman: Dame Fanny Waterman DBE Marcantonio Barone Marcantonio Barone (United States) - 6th Prize Barone has performed as soloist with the Saint Louis and Houston Symphony Orchestras, the Moscow Symphony Orchestra, and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, among others. He has collaborated with such eminent conductors as Sir Simon Rattle, Leon Fleisher, Arther Fiedler, and Barry Tuckwell, and has performed in solo recitals at the Metropolitan Museum and at Weill Recital Hall in New York, at the Wigmore Hall in London, and at the Large Hall of the Saint Petersburg Filarmoniya. He performs frequently as a member of the Lenape Chamber Ensemble, 1807 and Friends, Orchestra 2001, and many other groups. He has given the world premiere performances of works by several distinguished composers. Barone is on the faculty of the Bryn Mawr Conservatory of Music, where he is head of the piano department.


Artist Marcantonio Barone

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barone | Marcantonio Barone - Piano | read more
Marcantonio Barone - Piano Marcantonio Barone, an American pianist of mixed Italian and German ancestry, was born in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania in 1962. As a solo recitalist, Mr. Barone has performed for the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, and at the Metropolitan Musem in New York, the Wigmore Hall in London, and the Large Hall of the St. Petersburg Filarmoniya, among many other venues. He performs annually at the Delaware Chamber Music Festival, and as a member of the Lenape Chamber Ensemble, 1807 and Friends, and the Craftsbury Chamber Players.


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A frequent performer with the Lenape Chamber Ensemble, the Philadelphia Orchestra Chamber Music Concerts and the Delaware Chamber Music Festival, Mr. Barone is the assistant director and head of the piano department at the Bryn Mawr Conservatory of Music.He explains that the Beethoven piece is one of the biggest sonatas for violin and piano, not only for its length, but for its emotional scope and range."It is a very dramatic work," Mr. Barone says, "and interesting that Elizabeth has chosen to play solo Bach on this program, because the way the Beethoven opens suggests some of the sonorities of the Bach solo sonatas."He was younger than Dvorak but equally important in the development of a Czech national style," Mr. Barone says.Elizabeth Pitcairn and Marcantonio Barone will perform at the Lower Makefield Society for the Performing Arts, 1100 Edgewood Road, Yardley, Sept. 12, 3 p.m. Admission costs $12, $10 seniors and students, $5 under age 13.


Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra - Musicians

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Born in 1962, American pianist Marcantonio Barone made his debut at the age of ten at a Philadelphia Orchestra children's concert.A prizewinner at both the 1985 Busoni and 1987 Leeds International Piano Competitions, Marcantonio Barone was chosen from among hundreds of competing pianists to join Affiliate Artists' renowned Xerox Pianists Program, under whose auspices he performed in residencies with a variety of American orchestras from 1985 through 1993.He was affiliated with Astral Artistic Services, a nonprofit organization guiding the careers of America's most outstanding classical musicians, from 1993 until 1999.He was awarded a Solo/Recitalist Fellowship by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts in 1994 and was named the 1996-97 recipient of the Musical Fund Society Award.Mr. Barone appears often as a guest artist at the Philadelphia Orchestra Clamber Music Concerts, and with numerous Philadelphia ensembles including Orchestra 2001, with whom he performed in Russia in 1994 and 1997, 1807 and Friends, and the Wister Quartet, as well as with the Craftsbury Chamber Players, at the Delaware Chamber Music Festival, and at Music at Gretna.He has been a member of the Lenape Clamber Ensemble since 1987.An active champion of new music, Marcantonio Barone has given the world première performances of works for piano by several distinguished composers including George Rochberg, David Finko, Ulysses Kay, David Crumb, and Gerald Levinson.Mr. Barone is a Steinway Artist.He has made recordings for the CRI and Capstone labels.


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