By Evelyn Bonilla
Pianist Pamela Ross is no stranger to the big stages of New York City, having performed for 52 weeks on 42nd Street’s Theatre Row and stages throughout the U.S. and abroad she is an award-winning pianist, actress and writer. Her solo pieces on the piano and those played with an ensemble and other performers are “unique and special “in the way she delivers them. Ross has two award-winning one woman shows to her credit “Carreno” based on the tempestuous life of the great turn-of-the-century Venezuelan pianist, Teresa Carreno and “Goodbye Harry”-a tribute to her late father, both were written and performed by the talented Ross.
On December 18, 2011, Ross will once again grace a NYC stage with her performance at Kaufman Center/Merkin Concert Hall. She will be performing with the amazing Russian Cellist “Adrian Daurov”.
Daurov has received degrees from the Juilliard School of Music, and performs chamber music regularly in the New York City area. His string quartet, “VOXARE,” has received rave reviews and is the quartet-in-residence at Bargemusic. Currently he is the principal ‘cellist with the Chamber Orchestra of New York.
Together Ross and Daurov will perform two different concerts at Merkin Concert Hall; which will bring to life the works of Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Debussy, Shostakovich and others. Having performed together in the past they are deeply in tuned to each other and portray a wonderful flow of “exceptional classical music.”
If you’re interested in listening to the extraordinary music of Pamela Ross and Adrian Daurov joined them at Kaufman Center/Merkin Concert Hall in NYC on December 18, 2011. There will be two performances which will take place at 3:00 pm & 7:00 pm. For “complimentary tickets” email Evelyn Bonilla at firstname.lastname@example.org