Saturday, June 6: Several years ago, on a winter evening over a few glasses of wine, three wildly overbooked Boston musicians formed CASCABEL TRIO. Naming themselves after a notoriously hot pepper seemed fitting, and they have been warming audiences ever since with their lyricism, virtuosity, and heat.
Concert pianist Janice Weber thrilled Ogunquit audiences with her stunning solo concert performance in November 2014. She returns on June 6th to Ogunquit with violinist Piotr Buczek and ‘cellist Timothy Roberts.
Mozart’s Trio No 4 in C Major, K548;
Mendelssohn’ Trio No 1 in d minor, Op 40;
Arvo Pärt’s “Fratres”; and Paul Schoenfield’s “Café Music”.
JANICE WEBER is a summa cum laude graduate of the Eastman School of Music. Following graduation she was twice a fellowship student at Tanglewood. She has appeared with the American Composers Orchestra, Boston Pops, Chautauqua Symphony, Hilton Head Symphony, New Hampshire Symphony, Sarajevo Philharmonic, Syracuse Symphony, and the Shenzhen Philharmonic. Her solo performances have been at the White House, Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall, Weill Hall, National Gallery of Art, Boston’s Symphony Hall, and the 92nd Street Y.
“Ms. Weber is a concert pianist of cliffhanging panache and daredevil brilliance.” The Washington Post
A member of the Boston Conservatory piano faculty, Miss Weber is Artistic Director of the South Coast Chamber Players, an ensemble based in New Bedford, Massachusetts. She is the author of eight novels.
PIOTR BUCZEK was born in Chorzow, Poland. He began violin studies at the age of eight and graduated from the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music, receiving a Diploma of Art with special distinction.
He was a founding member of the Penderecki String Quartet, with whom he has made eleven recordings. Mr. Buczek was assistant to Ralph Evans of the Fine Arts Quartet in Milwaukee and has worked with Pinchas Zukerman, Yo Yo Ma, Ursula Oppens, and Shlomo Mintz. While at the University of Maryland, he worked with Arnold Steinhardt and John Daley of the Guarneri Quartet. He has performed throughout Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Mr. Buczek appears regularly with the Boston Modern Orchestra Project and the South Coast Chamber Players. He teaches at the Rivers School in Weston.
TIMOTHY ROBERTS is an active chamber musician, teacher, and orchestral player who tours nationally and internationally in addition to his numerous appearances throughout New England. He has performed with the Smithsonian Chamber Players in New York and Washington DC and recorded with them for Deutsche Harmonia Mundi. He has toured with the Brandenburg Ensemble, with the contemporary group Alea III to Greece, and with the New England Ragtime Ensemble under Gunther Schuller.
He has performed with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra, the Florida Orchestra, Rhode Island Philharmonic, Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra, Portland Symphony, New Hampshire Symphony, and many years as a member of the Opera Company of Boston. He plays a Gabrielli cello from Florence, made in 1751.