Tuesday, April 25, 2017

RSVP for May 1st now!

online reservations are now closed 

Music and Art lovers unite for our May Day program!
The superb Russian pianist Vadym Kholodenko, winner of the latest Van Cliburn Competition, returns to CU playing the virtuosic, mysterious and highly seductive music of his fellow Russian, Scriabin.
The LA Times described Timur Bekbosunov as "extravagantly transgressive," which is especially appropriate for singing Slonimsky's "Six Romances on Poems by Osip Mandelstam" - a poet whose own "transgressions" got him sent to Stalin's gulag. 

Eduardo Delgado  
We are already salivating for the debut pairing of CU favorites Evgeny Tonkha and Eduardo Delgado, playing Schumann's intensely romantic Fantasiestucke for cello and piano.
Any of the above makes for a not-to-be-missed evening, but we'll have more details soon including our Classical Underground Art Showcase. 

See you on Monday! 

Classical Underground Showcase: Michael Klein   

"Wandering" oil on panel 36" x 30"   
It is always a great pleasure to see any new work by one of my favorite Contemporary Realist painters, Michael Klein. It is certainly even more exciting to see the beginning of a whole new series by such an important artist.
In his new body of work, Michael turns his attention to an intriguing and thought-provoking subject: the Spanish mustangs that have been roaming the East Coast for the past 450 years, abandoned by early explorers to the Americas. "Day after day, as history has unfolded around them, several herds of wild horses have been roving the shore aimlessly," says Michael.
Depicting a parallel world with a different perception of time is a unique mark of Michael's works that we can see in the ethereal, time- suspending qualities of his widely admired still lifes. In his new subject, Michael found an unexpected direct representation for such a contemplative and evocative theme.
 As always - bring your spirits, food and drink for you and your friends to enjoy.   


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Doors open at 7 p.m. No assigned seats - first come-first served. Potluck. Entrance from the parking lot.  Free parking.  

Monday, April 24, 2017

Save the date - May 1st - our next CU night of music and art!


Music & Art in the Studio    

Save the date! 
Just a week away - an outstanding program! 
Monday, May 1st, 2017   
Look for the email invitation tomorrow,  
or check back our website at that time