Concerts and Art Exhibits atLas Placitas Presbyterian ChurchHighway 165, Placitas NMDirections2 pm - Visual Artists Reception3 pm - ConcertPlease check individual concert details as dates and times may be subject to change
November 6, 2022
Mark Kaplan and David KaplanSponsored by - Sally and John Curro, Deborah L. Hanna
The Kaplan and Kaplan duo will play all three of Brahms’ violin and piano sonatas. Program details and notes are linked here. Missed the live concert on Sunday the 6th? You can still purchase a ticket to view the concert virtually, $25 per household. Virtual viewing will be available continually through late evening on Sunday November 13th. Click below to pur-chase a ticket. As soon as PAS receives PayPal confirmation of your ticket purchase, an email will be sent to you with the link to access the concert.
Internationally acknowledged as one of the leading violinists of his generation, Mark Kaplan has played with nearly every major American and European orchestra and performs around the world as a soloist and chamber musician. This is his third Placitas appearance.His repertoire stretches from the baroque to the present day with performances of concertos by Mark Neikrug, Elliott Carter, and John Adams. His recitals regularly include works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, and Schubert.
He regularly performs with the Kaplan Weiss Stumpf Trio and in duo recitals with pianist Yael Weiss.His extensive discography includes the complete Bach Sonatas and Partitas, which has been recently released to strong praise for his “extraordinary Lyricism”, and recordings of the second Bartok and the second Dohnanyi violin concertos. The Kaplan Weiss Stumpf Trio released a recording of the entire Beethoven Piano Trio cycle.He plays the 1685 Marquis Stradivarius.
David Kaplan, pianist, has been called “excellent and adventur-ous” by The New York Times and praised by The Boston Globe for “grace and fire at the keyboard.” His New Dances of the League of David, a recital including Schumann’s Davidsbȕndlertȁnze and six-teen works by modern composers, was cited among the “Best Classical Performances of 2015 by The New York Times. He bal-ances solo performances with chamber music collaborations at chamber music festivals and series including Seattle Chamber Music, Bard, and Mostly Mozart Festivals as well as the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.He has recorded for Naxos and Marquis Records. His mentors have included Anton Kuerti, Richard Goode, and Emanuel Ax. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Piano at UCLA. He is a Yamaha/Bösendorfer Artist.