On Sunday, May 8, Kent Chamber Music presents a concert rescheduled from January 2016, introducing cellist, Ismar Gomes and pianist, Wan-Chi Su. The duo will perform the 20th century works of Kernis, Weigel and Janacek in the first portion of the program and then conclude with Chopin’s Sonate pour Piano et Violoncello, Op.65.
Award winning cellist, Ismar Gomes, performs across the U. S. and Europe. He has established himself as a captivating young artist with a commanding voice and a growing reputation for delivering exciting performances and innovative programming.
Taiwanese pianist, Wan-Chi Su has enjoyed an active career as a solo and chamber musician, having performed to great acclaim at many venues in Asia, Europe and the U.S. She is currently a Doctoral student at Peabody Conservatory and is a dynamic and sought after performer on the East Coast as a chamber musician and vocal accompanist.
The concert will be held in Hotchkiss Hall, Gibson Center for the Arts at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, on Sunday, May 8 at 3 pm. Tickets are $15 at the door. After the concert, light refreshments will be served as the audience mingles with the performers.
For more information about the concert, visit our website at www.kentchambermusic.com or call 410-810-1834. This concert series is brought to you in part by the generous financial support of the Kent County Arts Council and the Hedgelawn Foundation.