nn at the Bridge, Northville, NY
The purpose of the fundraiser is to provide for the heating of the Sacandaga Valley Arts Center during the winter months. This event will feature entertainment, delicious food and beverages, raffles and a cash bar.
Entertainment will be provided by “Tee Mox” performing instrumental acoustic music straight from the heart, highlighting creative arrangements and improvisation.
We encourage you to mark your calendars and to join us for a good time and to support the local art, music and theater endeavors that SVAN sponsors. Monies that can be raised for the Arts Center allow for other resources to be dedicated to the music, theater and workshop programs.
The cost will be $40/person. Tickets are available at the Arts Center, The Inn at the Bridge and from SVAN Board Members. Thank you for your support! SVAN is a non-profit organization supporting the visual and performing artists in the Sacandaga Valley region with gallery exposure, community concerts, and skill development workshops that are offered to the public.
Reed Street, Northville
Free admission, donation optional. Sponsored by SVAN.
Praised for her elegance and commanding presence on the stage, cellist Caroline Iantosca performs internationally as a soloist, chamber, and orchestral musician. She has made recent appearances at the Liszt Academy Concert Center in Budapest, the Pitti Palace and Teatro Verdi of Florence, and plays regularly throughout Tuscany and the
eastern United States.
A native of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Caroline discovered the cello at the age of eight, and at sixteen made
her debut as a soloist with Saint-Saens' Cello Concerto in A minor. She has since given numerous solo recitals and
performed in the masterclasses of Richard Aaron, Giovanni Gnocchi, Phoebe Carrai, Marc Moskovitz, Kenneth
Slowik, and Nancy Green.
Caroline holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she was a student of Brent Wissick. During her degree, she was chosen in a competitive selection process to study on exchange at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where she worked under the guidance of Lionel Handy. Her other teachers include Leonid Zilper of the North Carolina Symphony, Fred Raimi of the Ciompi Quartet, and Andrea Nannoni, with whom she currently studies at the Conservatorio Cherubini of Florence, Italy.
An avid orchestral musician, Caroline has held leading positions in the Raleigh Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestra Sinfonica Cherubini, the Triangle Youth Ballet Orchestra and the UNC Symphony Orchestra. She was recently selected for an apprenticeship with the Orchestra Regionale della Toscana, which will take place in the fall of 2014.
In addition to her classical work, Caroline is an admirer of contemporary music and has performed world premieres of works by modern-day composers such as Russell Currie, Pietro Rigacci, and Chun Ju Yen. She also has a great love of teaching and maintains a private studio of cello students.
Caroline plays a uniquely embellished 2006 cello by John Montgomery of Raleigh, North Carolina.
Contact Barbara Spaeth at 863-8047 for information.
This program received support from Fulton Montgomery Arts Grants (F-MAG), which is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and is administered by Saratoga Arts.