The Workhouse is proud to present the Goldenberg Duo performing as part of the Gallery After Hours series on Sunday, April 18 at 6pm! This duo is composed of William Goldenberg on the piano and his sister Susan Goldenberg on the violin.
William Goldenberg has performed over 1,000 concerts throughout the world as a soloist and chamber musician. A versatile pianist, he has performed chamber music with many prominent artists, including the Vermeer Quartet, London Symphony Concertmaster Igor Gruppman, Boston Symphony Principal Flutist Doriot Dwyer and Berlin Deutsche Oper Soprano Amanda Halgrimson.
Susan Goldenberg has creatively shared her music with the world. She has performed at the Tanglewood Music Festival, Grand Teton Festival, Colorado Music Festival, Blossom Music Festival, Yale at Norfolk and Flagstaff Festival of the Arts. As a chamber musician, she co-founded the Charlotte Symphony String Quartet and the Quartet of San Jose, Costa Rica. Miss Goldenberg and her brother, William, have performed as the Goldenberg Duo for 30 years at various universities and series including the University of Missouri in Kansas City and Columbia and Kansas City’s Ruel Joyce Series.
Doors open 30 minutes prior (5:30pm). Cash bar and light fare available
Date: April 18, 2010
Location: Workhouse Arts Center