Jessica Rivera, Soprano
with Mark Carver, Piano
Sunday, March 24, 2019, 3:00PM
Walter S. Gubelmann Auditorium

With a voice praised by the San Francisco Chronicle for its “effortless precision and tonal luster,” Grammy Award-winning soprano Jessica Rivera is one of the most creatively inspired vocal artists onstage today. The program features a delightful collection of Spanish and Catalan Art Songs in a tribute to one of the world’s great Spanish sopranos, Victoria de los Ángeles. Carnegie Award-winning pianist Mark Carver reunites with Rivera onstage for this homage to de los Ángeles, which they recorded for Urtext Digital Classics, the number one classical label in México.

Four Arts Concert – Spanish Program

March 24, 2019

Jessica Rivera, soprano

Mark Carver, piano

 

PROGRAM

Granados – La Maja y el Ruiseñor (7’)

Rodrigo – Cuatro madrigales amatorios (7’)

Obradors – Canciones clásicas españolas (14’)

 Intermission

Turina – Poema en forma de canciones (11’)

Mompou – Combat del Somni (12’)

Moreno-Torroba – La petenera (3’)

JESSICA RIVERA
Soprano

Possessing a voice praised by the San Francisco Chronicle for its “effortless precision and tonal luster,” Grammy Award-winning soprano Jessica Rivera is one of the most creatively inspired vocal artists before the public today. The intelligence, dimension and spirituality with which she infuses her performances on great international concert and opera stages has garnered Ms. Rivera unique artistic collaborations with many of today’s most celebrated composers, including John Adams, Osvaldo Golijov, Gabriela Lena Frank, Jonathan Leshnoff, Nico Muhly, and Paola Prestini, and has brought her together with such esteemed conductors as Sir Simon Rattle, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Robert Spano, Markus Stenz, Bernard Haitink and Michael Tilson Thomas.

During the 2018-19 season, Ms. Rivera makes debuts at the Aspen Music Festival in Gabriela Lena Frank’s La Centinela y la Paloma with the Aspen Philharmonic Orchestra led by Federico Cortese, and at the Grand Teton Music Festival performing Barber’s Knoxville: Summer of 1915. Orchestral engagements include performances of Mozart’s Requiemwith the Louisville Orchestra conducted by Teddy Abrams, Handel’s Messiahwith the Nashville Symphony and Giancarlo Guerrero, Four Last Songsby Richard Strauss with the Fort Worth Symphony and Robert Spano, and Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra conducted by Thomas Søndergård. A major voice in the rich culture of Latin American music and composers, Ms. Rivera performs in Antonio Lysy’s beloved Te Amo Argentinawith Arizona Friends of Chamber Music.  Ms. Rivera also performs the world premiere of a new work by acclaimed composer Nico Muhly with the National Children’s Chorus and the American Youth Symphony conducted by Carlos Izcaray at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. In recital, the artist will partner with pianist Mark Carver for a program titled Homage to Victoria de los Angelesat The Society of the Four Arts in Palm Beach, Florida.

Recent seasons have seen Ms. Rivera premiere Gabriela Lena Frank’s ConquestRequiemwith the Houston Symphony and Chorus conducted by Andrés Orozco-Estrada, and perform John Harbison’s Requiemwith the Nashville Symphony and Chorus under Giancarlo Guerrero, recorded for future release on the Naxos label. Ms. Rivera treasures her decade-long collaboration with Robert Spano and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and was recently featured as soprano soloist in Brahms’s Ein deutsches Requiemand Jonathan Leshnoff’s Zoharwith the ASO and Chorus at Carnegie Hall; additionally, she joined Spano for Christopher Theofanidis’s Creation/Creatorin Atlanta and at the Kennedy Center’s 2017 SHIFT Festival of American Orchestras, where she also sang Robert Spano’s Hölderlin Lieder, a song cycle written specifically for her and recorded on the ASO Media label. Recent orchestral highlights include Mahler’s Fourth Symphony with Colombia’s Orquestra Filarmónica de Bogotá led by Juan Felipe Molano, the Mozart Requiemwith the San Diego Symphony under the baton of Markus Stenz and with Roberto Abbado leading the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the lush Brahms Requiem with the Kansas City Symphony, the Mozart orchestration of Handel’s Messiahwith Ottawa’s National Arts Centre Orchestra with Alexander Shelley, Esa-Pekka Salonen’s Five Images After Sapphoand Poulenc’s Gloriawith the Colorado Symphony, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with the Grand Rapids Symphony, Barber’sKnoxville: Summer of 1915with Karina Canellakis and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Strauss’s Orchesterliederwith Johannes Stert and the Orquestra Sinfónica Portuguesa in Lisbon, and Górecki’s Symphony No. 3 with Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic among many others. Additionally,she joined in the celebrations of Leonard Bernstein’s centennial at the Celebrity Series of Boston’s What Makes It Great with Rob Kapilow and performed the role of Eileen in Bernstein’s Wonderful Town for her debut with the Seattle Symphony conducted by Ludovic Morlot.

Ms. Rivera has worked closely with John Adams throughout her career, and received international praise for the world premiere of Adams’s opera A Flowering Tree, singing the role of Kumudha in a production directed by Peter Sellars at Vienna’s New Crowned Hope Festival. Subsequently, she has performed the role in her debut with the Berlin Philharmonic and Sir Simon Rattle, the Teatro Nacional de São Carlos in Lisbon and the Cincinnati Opera led by Joana Carneiro. Under Adams’s baton, she has sung Kumudha with the San Francisco Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Orchestra of St. Luke’s at Lincoln Center and the London Symphony Orchestra at the Barbican Centre. Ms. Rivera made her European operatic debut as Kitty Oppenheimer in Sellars’s acclaimed production of Adams’s Doctor Atomicwith the Netherlands Opera, a role that also served for her debuts at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Finnish National Opera and Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville, Spain. She joined the roster of the Metropolitan Opera for its new production of Doctor Atomicunder the direction of Alan Gilbert. Ms. Rivera has also performed Nixon Tapeswith the Pittsburgh Symphony under John Adams’s direction, as well as his composition El Niñowith the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra under David Robertson, San Francisco Symphony under John Adams and at the Edinburgh International Festival with James Conlon and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.

Ms. Rivera made her critically acclaimed Santa Fe Opera debut in the summer of 2005 as Nuria in the world premiere of the revised edition of Osvaldo Golijov’s Ainadamar. She reprised the role for the 2007 Grammy Award-winning Deutsche Grammophon recording of the work with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra under Robert Spano, and bowed in the Peter Sellars staging at Lincoln Center and Opera Boston, as well as in performances at the Barbican Centre, the Adelaide Festival of Arts, Cincinnati Opera, and the Ojai, Ravinia, and New Zealand International Arts Festivals. Performances of Margarita Xirgu in Ainadamar took place in the summer of 2007 at the Colorado Music Festival under the baton of Michael Christie and she reprised the part recently for the Teatro Real in Madrid.

Committed to the art of recital, Ms. Rivera has appeared in concert halls in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Cincinnati, Oklahoma City, Las Vegas and Santa Fe. She was deeply honored to receive a commission from Carnegie Hall for the World Premiere of Nico Muhly’s song cycle entitled The Adulteress, for her Weill Hall recital performance.

For additional information about Ms. Rivera, please visitwww.jessicarivera.com.

 

PETER SERKIN

PIANO

Peter Serkin holds a singular place among today’s classical music artists, admired equally for his performance of established repertoire and as a consummate interpreter of contemporary music.  His music-making demonstrates keen understanding of the masterworks of J.S. Bach as well as an exceptional grasp of diverse musical styles, ranging from Stravinsky to Messiaen, Tōru Takemitsu and Oliver Knussen.

Mr. Serkin has performed with the world’s major symphony orchestras, led by such eminent conductors as Seiji Ozawa, Daniel Barenboim, Simon Rattle, Herbert Blomstedt, as well as Claudio Abbado, Pierre Boulez, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos.  In chamber music, Serkin has collaborated with Alexander Schneider, Pamela Frank, Yo-Yo Ma, and the Budapest, Guarneri, Orion, Shanghai, and Dover String Quartets, among others.  He was a founding member of the TASHI Quartet, with violinist Ida Kavafian, cellist Fred Sherry, and clarinetist Richard Stoltzman.

Mr. Serkin begins the 2018-2019 season with programs that reflect the dimension of his multifaceted career, in recital, chamber music, and orchestral soloist:  a concert of late keyboard works by Mozart paired with Waldszenen by Schumann character pieces at Ravinia, Brahms’s Piano Quintet with the Dover String Quartet at the Modlin Center for the Arts in Richmond, and Bartók’s Piano Concerto No. 3 with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra, led by Jaime Laredo.  Bach’s Goldberg Variations are the centerpiece of recitals in Bethlehem, PA, Green Music Center in Sonoma County, Greenwich, CT, Northampton, MA, Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, and, abroad, at the Aix-en-Provence Easter Festival.  In New York, he appears in solo recital at the 92ndStreet Y and at Town Hall. Orchestral engagements include performances of Bach’s Keyboard Concerto in D minor, BWV 1052, with the Espressivo Orchestra in Santa Cruz, CA, and Stravinsky’s Concerto for Piano and Winds with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the Rogue Valley Symphony in Ashland, OR.  Serkin’s chamber music performances with the Dover String Quartet include appearances in Palm Beach and Florida’s Sanibel Island.

Recent concert highlights include a tour of Japan and solo recitals in Atlanta, Ashland, OR, Fresno and Santa Barbara, CA, Ridgewood, NJ, and St. Paul, MN.  In New York’s Carnegie Hall, he performed Bartók’s Concerto for Two Pianos, Percussion, and Orchestra with pianist Anna Polonsky and Orchestra Now, led by Leon Botstein.  Other orchestral appearances included the Delaware Symphony and Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra.  Recent seasons have included orchestral appearances with the Chicago Symphony, and the Boston, Saint Louis, American, Sydney symphony orchestras, New York Philharmonic,and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.  Mr. Serkin has appeared at leading summer festivals, among them, Ravinia, Tanglewood, La Jolla, Chautauqua, Music Mountain, Bellingham, and, in London, the BBC Proms.  Serkin has been Artist-in-Residence at the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, and in June 2016 traveled to Havana, Cuba with the Bard Conservatory Orchestra.

An eloquent and persuasive advocate for the music of the 20thand 21stcenturies, Peter Serkin has championed the work of Schoenberg, Webern, Berg, Stravinsky, Stefan Wolpe, Messiaen, and has given world premieres of works by Luciano Berio, Hans Werner Henze, Alexander Goehr, Leon Kirchner, Oliver Knussen, and Charles Wuorinen.  He gave the world premiere performances of Lieberson’s three piano concertos, Takemitsu’s riverrunwith the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and Wuorinen’s Piano Concerto No. 4 with the Boston Symphony Orchestra.  His extensive discography ranges from a recording featuring six Mozart piano concertos, awarded the Deutsche Schallplattenpreis and acclaimed by Stereo Reviewas Best Recording of the Year, to the complete keyboard works of Schoenberg.

Peter Serkin’s musical legacy extends to his grandfather, the distinguished violinist Adolf Busch, who established the Busch Quartet, the Busch Chamber Players, and was a founder of the Marlboro School of Music.  Busch was also a notable composer in most every genre—orchestral and choral works, concertos, chamber music, and songs. Peter Serkin has recently made arrangements of Busch’s music as well as that of Mozart and Schumann for various chamber ensembles and orchestra.  He has also transcribed Brahms’s organ Chorale-Preludes for one piano, four-hands. Serkin is the son of the distinguished pianist Rudolf Serkin, who taught at the Curtis Institute of Music and led with distinction the Marlboro School for forty years.

Mr. Serkin currently teaches at Bard College Conservatory of Music and Yale University.

 

Event Info

With a voice praised by the San Francisco Chronicle for its “effortless precision and tonal luster,” Grammy Award-winning soprano Jessica Rivera is one of the most creatively inspired vocal artists onstage today. The program features a delightful collection of Spanish and Catalan Art Songs in a tribute to one of the world’s great Spanish sopranos, Victoria de los Ángeles. Carnegie Award-winning pianist Mark Carver reunites with Rivera onstage for this homage to de los Ángeles, which they recorded for Urtext Digital Classics, the number one classical label in México.

Program Notes

Four Arts Concert – Spanish Program

March 24, 2019

Jessica Rivera, soprano

Mark Carver, piano

 

PROGRAM

Granados – La Maja y el Ruiseñor (7’)

Rodrigo – Cuatro madrigales amatorios (7’)

Obradors – Canciones clásicas españolas (14’)

 Intermission

Turina – Poema en forma de canciones (11’)

Mompou – Combat del Somni (12’)

Moreno-Torroba – La petenera (3’)

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JESSICA RIVERA
Soprano

Possessing a voice praised by the San Francisco Chronicle for its “effortless precision and tonal luster,” Grammy Award-winning soprano Jessica Rivera is one of the most creatively inspired vocal artists before the public today. The intelligence, dimension and spirituality with which she infuses her performances on great international concert and opera stages has garnered Ms. Rivera unique artistic collaborations with many of today’s most celebrated composers, including John Adams, Osvaldo Golijov, Gabriela Lena Frank, Jonathan Leshnoff, Nico Muhly, and Paola Prestini, and has brought her together with such esteemed conductors as Sir Simon Rattle, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Robert Spano, Markus Stenz, Bernard Haitink and Michael Tilson Thomas.

During the 2018-19 season, Ms. Rivera makes debuts at the Aspen Music Festival in Gabriela Lena Frank’s La Centinela y la Paloma with the Aspen Philharmonic Orchestra led by Federico Cortese, and at the Grand Teton Music Festival performing Barber’s Knoxville: Summer of 1915. Orchestral engagements include performances of Mozart’s Requiemwith the Louisville Orchestra conducted by Teddy Abrams, Handel’s Messiahwith the Nashville Symphony and Giancarlo Guerrero, Four Last Songsby Richard Strauss with the Fort Worth Symphony and Robert Spano, and Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra conducted by Thomas Søndergård. A major voice in the rich culture of Latin American music and composers, Ms. Rivera performs in Antonio Lysy’s beloved Te Amo Argentinawith Arizona Friends of Chamber Music.  Ms. Rivera also performs the world premiere of a new work by acclaimed composer Nico Muhly with the National Children’s Chorus and the American Youth Symphony conducted by Carlos Izcaray at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. In recital, the artist will partner with pianist Mark Carver for a program titled Homage to Victoria de los Angelesat The Society of the Four Arts in Palm Beach, Florida.

Recent seasons have seen Ms. Rivera premiere Gabriela Lena Frank’s ConquestRequiemwith the Houston Symphony and Chorus conducted by Andrés Orozco-Estrada, and perform John Harbison’s Requiemwith the Nashville Symphony and Chorus under Giancarlo Guerrero, recorded for future release on the Naxos label. Ms. Rivera treasures her decade-long collaboration with Robert Spano and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and was recently featured as soprano soloist in Brahms’s Ein deutsches Requiemand Jonathan Leshnoff’s Zoharwith the ASO and Chorus at Carnegie Hall; additionally, she joined Spano for Christopher Theofanidis’s Creation/Creatorin Atlanta and at the Kennedy Center’s 2017 SHIFT Festival of American Orchestras, where she also sang Robert Spano’s Hölderlin Lieder, a song cycle written specifically for her and recorded on the ASO Media label. Recent orchestral highlights include Mahler’s Fourth Symphony with Colombia’s Orquestra Filarmónica de Bogotá led by Juan Felipe Molano, the Mozart Requiemwith the San Diego Symphony under the baton of Markus Stenz and with Roberto Abbado leading the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the lush Brahms Requiem with the Kansas City Symphony, the Mozart orchestration of Handel’s Messiahwith Ottawa’s National Arts Centre Orchestra with Alexander Shelley, Esa-Pekka Salonen’s Five Images After Sapphoand Poulenc’s Gloriawith the Colorado Symphony, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with the Grand Rapids Symphony, Barber’sKnoxville: Summer of 1915with Karina Canellakis and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Strauss’s Orchesterliederwith Johannes Stert and the Orquestra Sinfónica Portuguesa in Lisbon, and Górecki’s Symphony No. 3 with Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic among many others. Additionally,she joined in the celebrations of Leonard Bernstein’s centennial at the Celebrity Series of Boston’s What Makes It Great with Rob Kapilow and performed the role of Eileen in Bernstein’s Wonderful Town for her debut with the Seattle Symphony conducted by Ludovic Morlot.

Ms. Rivera has worked closely with John Adams throughout her career, and received international praise for the world premiere of Adams’s opera A Flowering Tree, singing the role of Kumudha in a production directed by Peter Sellars at Vienna’s New Crowned Hope Festival. Subsequently, she has performed the role in her debut with the Berlin Philharmonic and Sir Simon Rattle, the Teatro Nacional de São Carlos in Lisbon and the Cincinnati Opera led by Joana Carneiro. Under Adams’s baton, she has sung Kumudha with the San Francisco Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Orchestra of St. Luke’s at Lincoln Center and the London Symphony Orchestra at the Barbican Centre. Ms. Rivera made her European operatic debut as Kitty Oppenheimer in Sellars’s acclaimed production of Adams’s Doctor Atomicwith the Netherlands Opera, a role that also served for her debuts at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Finnish National Opera and Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville, Spain. She joined the roster of the Metropolitan Opera for its new production of Doctor Atomicunder the direction of Alan Gilbert. Ms. Rivera has also performed Nixon Tapeswith the Pittsburgh Symphony under John Adams’s direction, as well as his composition El Niñowith the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra under David Robertson, San Francisco Symphony under John Adams and at the Edinburgh International Festival with James Conlon and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.

Ms. Rivera made her critically acclaimed Santa Fe Opera debut in the summer of 2005 as Nuria in the world premiere of the revised edition of Osvaldo Golijov’s Ainadamar. She reprised the role for the 2007 Grammy Award-winning Deutsche Grammophon recording of the work with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra under Robert Spano, and bowed in the Peter Sellars staging at Lincoln Center and Opera Boston, as well as in performances at the Barbican Centre, the Adelaide Festival of Arts, Cincinnati Opera, and the Ojai, Ravinia, and New Zealand International Arts Festivals. Performances of Margarita Xirgu in Ainadamar took place in the summer of 2007 at the Colorado Music Festival under the baton of Michael Christie and she reprised the part recently for the Teatro Real in Madrid.

Committed to the art of recital, Ms. Rivera has appeared in concert halls in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Cincinnati, Oklahoma City, Las Vegas and Santa Fe. She was deeply honored to receive a commission from Carnegie Hall for the World Premiere of Nico Muhly’s song cycle entitled The Adulteress, for her Weill Hall recital performance.

For additional information about Ms. Rivera, please visitwww.jessicarivera.com.

 

PETER SERKIN

PIANO

Peter Serkin holds a singular place among today’s classical music artists, admired equally for his performance of established repertoire and as a consummate interpreter of contemporary music.  His music-making demonstrates keen understanding of the masterworks of J.S. Bach as well as an exceptional grasp of diverse musical styles, ranging from Stravinsky to Messiaen, Tōru Takemitsu and Oliver Knussen.

Mr. Serkin has performed with the world’s major symphony orchestras, led by such eminent conductors as Seiji Ozawa, Daniel Barenboim, Simon Rattle, Herbert Blomstedt, as well as Claudio Abbado, Pierre Boulez, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos.  In chamber music, Serkin has collaborated with Alexander Schneider, Pamela Frank, Yo-Yo Ma, and the Budapest, Guarneri, Orion, Shanghai, and Dover String Quartets, among others.  He was a founding member of the TASHI Quartet, with violinist Ida Kavafian, cellist Fred Sherry, and clarinetist Richard Stoltzman.

Mr. Serkin begins the 2018-2019 season with programs that reflect the dimension of his multifaceted career, in recital, chamber music, and orchestral soloist:  a concert of late keyboard works by Mozart paired with Waldszenen by Schumann character pieces at Ravinia, Brahms’s Piano Quintet with the Dover String Quartet at the Modlin Center for the Arts in Richmond, and Bartók’s Piano Concerto No. 3 with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra, led by Jaime Laredo.  Bach’s Goldberg Variations are the centerpiece of recitals in Bethlehem, PA, Green Music Center in Sonoma County, Greenwich, CT, Northampton, MA, Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, and, abroad, at the Aix-en-Provence Easter Festival.  In New York, he appears in solo recital at the 92ndStreet Y and at Town Hall. Orchestral engagements include performances of Bach’s Keyboard Concerto in D minor, BWV 1052, with the Espressivo Orchestra in Santa Cruz, CA, and Stravinsky’s Concerto for Piano and Winds with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the Rogue Valley Symphony in Ashland, OR.  Serkin’s chamber music performances with the Dover String Quartet include appearances in Palm Beach and Florida’s Sanibel Island.

Recent concert highlights include a tour of Japan and solo recitals in Atlanta, Ashland, OR, Fresno and Santa Barbara, CA, Ridgewood, NJ, and St. Paul, MN.  In New York’s Carnegie Hall, he performed Bartók’s Concerto for Two Pianos, Percussion, and Orchestra with pianist Anna Polonsky and Orchestra Now, led by Leon Botstein.  Other orchestral appearances included the Delaware Symphony and Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra.  Recent seasons have included orchestral appearances with the Chicago Symphony, and the Boston, Saint Louis, American, Sydney symphony orchestras, New York Philharmonic,and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.  Mr. Serkin has appeared at leading summer festivals, among them, Ravinia, Tanglewood, La Jolla, Chautauqua, Music Mountain, Bellingham, and, in London, the BBC Proms.  Serkin has been Artist-in-Residence at the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, and in June 2016 traveled to Havana, Cuba with the Bard Conservatory Orchestra.

An eloquent and persuasive advocate for the music of the 20thand 21stcenturies, Peter Serkin has championed the work of Schoenberg, Webern, Berg, Stravinsky, Stefan Wolpe, Messiaen, and has given world premieres of works by Luciano Berio, Hans Werner Henze, Alexander Goehr, Leon Kirchner, Oliver Knussen, and Charles Wuorinen.  He gave the world premiere performances of Lieberson’s three piano concertos, Takemitsu’s riverrunwith the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and Wuorinen’s Piano Concerto No. 4 with the Boston Symphony Orchestra.  His extensive discography ranges from a recording featuring six Mozart piano concertos, awarded the Deutsche Schallplattenpreis and acclaimed by Stereo Reviewas Best Recording of the Year, to the complete keyboard works of Schoenberg.

Peter Serkin’s musical legacy extends to his grandfather, the distinguished violinist Adolf Busch, who established the Busch Quartet, the Busch Chamber Players, and was a founder of the Marlboro School of Music.  Busch was also a notable composer in most every genre—orchestral and choral works, concertos, chamber music, and songs. Peter Serkin has recently made arrangements of Busch’s music as well as that of Mozart and Schumann for various chamber ensembles and orchestra.  He has also transcribed Brahms’s organ Chorale-Preludes for one piano, four-hands. Serkin is the son of the distinguished pianist Rudolf Serkin, who taught at the Curtis Institute of Music and led with distinction the Marlboro School for forty years.

Mr. Serkin currently teaches at Bard College Conservatory of Music and Yale University.

 

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