Thursday, November 4, 3:00 pm
Sunset Center Theater

Linda Lee Jones, soprano, 
Jos Milton, tenor
Ginger Kroft, clarinet
Chris Cooper, horn
Cullan Bryant, piano 

Franz Schubert                              Der Hirt auf dem Felsen (Shepherd on the Rock), D. 965   

Gustav Jenner                                Trio in E-flat Major
(1865-1920)                                       Moderato
                                                             Scherzo: Presto 

Ralph Vaughan Williams            Selections from Six Studies in English Folksong

Franz Schubert                             Auf dem Strom (On the River), D. 943

 Carl Reinecke                              Trio in Bb Major, op. 274 (Allegro)  


Pianist Cullan Bryant is a preeminent chamber musician and accompanist in New York City. He has been heard in collaboration with many of the great musicians of the century including violinist and UN Messenger of Peace Midori, violinists Oleh Krysa, Misha Keylin, Emanuel Borok, cellists Peter Rejto, Paul Tobias, members of the Amati, American, and Borromeo Quartets, members of the New York Philharmonic, Metropolitan Opera, Orchestra of St Luke’s, NYC Ballet, Boston and Detroit Symphonies in such venues as Merkin and Alice Tully Halls, Metropolitan Museum and Detroit’s Orchestra Hall.

Mr. Bryant made his Carnegie Hall début in 1992 in recital with the late violinist Patmore Lewis. He began playing at the age of two. At eleven he toured Arkansas and Texas including televised recitals. Awards include the Leschetizky International Competition, National Arts Club NY, Memphis Beethoven Competition, and a certificate of outstanding citizenship from Arkansas’ governor. His principal teachers were Christopher Kabala, Robert Goldsand and Artur Balsam.