LEWISTON – In Association with the Cohen Chamber Music Series at Hebron Academy, the Franco-American Heritage Center in Lewiston will present Jan Muller-Szeraws, Eugenio Urrutia-Borlando and Yevgeny Kutik as the Tancrede Trio in concert, Nov. 22, at 7:30 p.m. This event is sponsored by the Saul B. and Naomi R. Cohen Foundation and Hebron Academy.

As a recitalist and chamber musician, Chilean-born Urrutia-Borlando has performed an extensive repertoire in South America, the United States and Germany, collaborating with violinists Alexander Kerr and Lorey Courney, cellist William Grubb, clarinetist David Bellman and bandoneonist Peter Soave.

As a soloist, Eugenio Urrutia-Borlando has performed with the Butler Symphony Orchestra, Columbus State University Orchestra, The National Youth Symphony Orchestra of Chile, the New Millennium Orchestra of Indianapolis, The Akron Youth Orchestra, and many others. He has been radio and television broadcasted in his native Chile more than a dozen times and has also video-recorded the Liszt “B-minor Sonata” for the Pencopolitan Project 2010. He is also co-founder and artistic director of The ProArte Chamber Orchestra of Indianapolis.

Born in Russia, Yevgeny Kutik is, at 23, rapidly gaining attention as a highly significant and sought-after young artist on the concert stage today. His most recent performances have included highly successful appearances with the Tokyo Vivaldi Ensemble in Japan, a New York Times acclaimed NYC premiere of the Tsontakis “Violin Concerto No. 2” with the Riverside Symphony, the world premiere performance of the violin concerto “Versus,” by Ron Ford, with the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra which received praise from both the New York Times and the Boston Globe, and a return appearance with the Boston Pops Orchestra and Keith Lockhart. Kutik has also recently appeared in recitals in San Francisco, Miami, Munich, Montreal, Syracuse and New York City.

Cellist Jan Muller-Szeraws’ musical journey has taken him over three continents as a soloist, chamber musician and teacher. Since his early debut with the Orquesta Sinfnica de Concepcin he has performed frequently as a soloist with orchestras in Chile, Germany and the United States. He has been a guest artist at many festivals including the Cape & Islands, Rockport, El Paso Pro-Musica, Strings in the Mountains, Delaware, Music at Gretna and Kingston Chamber Music Festivals, the Garth Newel Music Center, the European Chamber Music Association the Walden Chamber Players and has collaborated with ensembles such as the Muir and St. Petersburg String Quartets.

The program will present works by Ludwig van Beethoven for piano, violin and violincello. The works include the “Sonata No. 4” in A minor for violin and piano, op. 23; “Sonata No. 3” in A major for violoncello and piano, op. 69; “Trio No. 7” in Bb major for violin, violoncello and piano; and “Archduke” op. 97.

For reservations, call 689-2000. Admission is $15; students and senior citizens, $12. Doors open at 7 p.m. For more information, visit the center’s Web site at www.francoamericanheritage.org.

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