Violinist Elbert Tsai teams up with pianist Jennie Jung for a delightful program of violin sonatas by Beethoven, Dvořák and Saint-Saëns. Enjoy these Sensational Sonatas on Saturday, September 23 at 7:30pm in Tateuchi Hall.
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CSMA welcomes violinist Elbert Tsai and pianist Jennie Jung for a program of violin sonatas by Beethoven, Dvořák and Saint-Saëns.Get to know Elbert and Jennie, in advance of the Sensational Sonatas performance, as they discuss how music education has helped shaped them, as well as share some advice for music students.
New for Fall, CSMA is hosting a variety of one-day art workshops. Workshops are a great way to try something new under the guidance of our accomplished, professional art faculty. Take an in-depth look at our Fall offerings.
This fall, we’re highlighting CSMA alumni whose experiences here have inspired them to pursue their artistic education further and even work professionally as musicians and artists. Meet Emily Small, a former CSMA art student who is now a senior at the Rhode Island School of Design!