Jan 19, 2018
7:30 PM

Street Address Recital Studio, MRH 2.608 (View Map)


Gabriel Fauré
Pavane, op. 50

Claude Debussy
II. Interlude from Sonate for Flute Viola and Harp, L. 137

Joseph Jongen
Dècidè from Concert à cinq, op. 71

Marcel Grandjany
Aria in Classic Style

Bernard Andrès
Algues - 7 Pièces

Jean Francaix
Cinq Sonates de Domenico Scarlatti


Karen Lindquist is an avid chamber music player and has appeared at the Marlboro Music Festival, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, White Mountains Festival, Music at Angel Fire, Bravo! Colorado Festival in Vail and the Manchester Music Festival.  She has toured the United States as a member of Speculum Musicae and the Aurora Trio, and performed frequently with the Theatre Chamber Players of the Kennedy Center.  She was a featured performer with the members of the Chicago Symphony in Symphony Hall, where she performed the world premiere of Michael Tenzer's Sources of Current.  She has also been heard as soloist with major orchestras across the United States and in Europe, including the National Symphony, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Brooklyn Philharmonic and the Vienna Austria Symphony.  Formerly a member of the Baltimore Symphony, she is principal harp of the Brooklyn Philharmonic and the Long Island Philharmonic. 

Ms. Lindquist began her harp studies at the age of 10. She studied with Suzanne Balderston and Eileen Malone and later graduated from the Juilliard School, earning both her Bachelor’s and Masters degrees under Marcel Grandjany. She can be heard on Varese, Sarabande, Orion, Music Masters and Bridge records.

Bradley Bosenbeck, an exciting and versatile violinist, is doing just about as much as one can with his musical gifts.  Whether composing and arranging for rock and pop music legends, performing and recording with some of the entertainment industry’s biggest television and film stars, concertizing with the classical music world’s leading and upcoming talents, or lending his unique abilities to the hottest Broadway shows, national television programs, and Grammy-Award winning albums, he is quickly emerging as one of the few professional musicians who can straddle multiple genres without missing a beat.  A seasoned chamber musician, Bradley has played for and with Lawrence Dutton of the Emerson String Quartet, the Shanghai Quartet, the Hugo Wolf Quartett, the Talich Quartet, the Eroica Trio, and the Attacca Quartet, amid various others. His prodigious technique and unwavering artistic standards are a marvel to audiences and critics worldwide. 

Mr. Bosenbeck studied both violin and conducting at the Mannes College of Music in New York City with Daniel Phillips and Rudolph Palmer respectively. He is currently completing his undergraduate degree in violin performance at LIU Post under the tutelage of Dr. Dale Stuckenbruck, protégé of the late Erick Friedman. He plays on a violin made by the Brothers Carcassi in 1747, as well as a modern violin by Xiao Hong Luo.

Bernard Tamosaitis, cello, began his cello studies with Seymour Benstock, longtime Hofstra Professor of Cello, and later studied with Channing Robbins at Juilliard, where Tamosaitis earned a BA in 1979.  As Principal Cello of the Belleas Artes Orchestra of Mexico City, as well as member of the Quinteto de Xalapa, a resident chamber ensemble at the University of Veracrua, Mr. Tamosaitis is currently performing with the Mazlo Trio.  The Trio has recently performed at Weill Recital Hall in New York City.  Mr. Tamosaitis is a member of the Ridgefield Symphony and performs with the Hudson Valley Philharmonic.  In 2002, he founded and conducted the first performacne of the St. Thomas Orchestra in Mamaroneck, NY.

Veronica Salas, a native of Chile, is a versatile performer and teacher who has been featured as soloist, chamber musician and master class artist throughout the world. As a soloist, Salas has performed with Mostly Mozart, Aspen Music Festival, USC Symphony, CW Post Orchestra, Colonial and Westfield Symphonies. Under the auspices of the State Department, she has given recitals and master classes in Hong Kong, the Philippines and Taiwan as well as touring the Greek Isles as violist of the Elysium String Quartet. Additional international venues include Japan with Mostly Mozart and New York Pops, Italy as principal violist of the Spoleto Festival and Europe with Barbra Streisand. Salas has performed chamber music with Yo-Yo Ma, Eric Friedman, Lawrence Dutton, Joseph Fuchs, Stanley Drucker and is a member of Pierrot Consort, Elysium Ensemble, Modern Works, Canta Libre, Bronx Arts Ensemble and Queens Chamber Band in which she also plays concertos on viola d’amore.

Her release of the Modern Works recording of Ge Gan-Ru String Quartets on the Naxos label was chosen by the critics of The New York Times as a notable recording of 2009. Other recordings include a Virgil Thomson CD in which Salas is a featured artist, and all Mozart CD with Stanley Drucker and the Bach Brandenburg concerti featuring Lukas Foss both on the Elysium label. Salas has performed at the White House as acting principal of the Eos Orchestra and is presently principal violist of American Composers Orchestra, Opera Orchestra of New York, Manhattan Philharmonic, Phantom of the Opera on Broadway and Westfield Symphony. She is on the faculties of Long Island University and Bennington Chamber Music Conference. Salas received her BMA, MMA and DMA from the Juilliard School where she studied with Lillian Fuchs.

Sally Shorrock, flutist and director of the Canta Libre Chamber Ensemble, grew up in a musical family, her father being a jazz trumpet aficionado, as well as her uncle singing lead tenor with the New York City Opera. Ms. Shorrock teaches music in the honors program at St. Joseph’s College as well as formerly serving as director of the St. Joseph’s College Council for the Arts. She has served on the faculty of the Long Island Conservatory and also directs and founded the Northport Arts Coalition Do-Ing Music chamber music concert series. Her musical passion is focused on the publicly and privately supported Canta Libre Chamber Ensemble, which she founded and directs. Her musical appearances include: The Music Festival of the Hamptons, Barge Music, Concerts at One at Trinity Church in Manhattan, Channel 21 Public Television, WLIU Public radio, WNYC Public radio, as well as appearances as soloist at Bard College, The New York Flute Club, The Illinois Philharmonic, Mannes College and at the C.W. Post College summer music festival. After completing a Bachelor’s Degree in philosophy at Gettysburg College, Ms. Shorrock completed a music degree at Stony Brook University under the tutelage of Samuel Baron, Carol Wincenc, Barli Nugent, Tara O’Connor and Judith Mendenhall and Trudy Kane. Her Master’s Degree in Performance was granted by Purchase College Conservatory of Music.