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Harriet Krijgh, cello: Presented by San Francisco Performances

Thursday, March 16, 7:30pm-9:30pm, San Francisco


European Concert Hall Organization "Rising Star" for 2015-16, 24-year-old Dutch cellist Harriet Krijgh has captured the musical attention of the continent. Her grace and expressiveness touches her audiences and fellow musicians as soon as she walks on to the concert platform. Krijgh is an exclusive artist with the Capriccio label. Releases include Haydn's cello concerti a CD of French works for cello and piano followed by the cello sonatas of Brahms all of which have been highly praised. She was first prize winner of the "Prinses Christina Concours" in the Netherlands, the Austrian Federal Competition "Prima la Musica", the Fidelio Competition in Vienna as well as the "Nicole Janigro prize" at the international "Antonio Janigro Cello Competition" in Croatia. In addition to multiple international competition wins, concerts at prestigious European venues and three recordings, she hosts her own annual summer Festival in Austria.


MENDELSSOHN: Sonata No. 2 in D Major, Op. 58 (1843)
SCHUMANN: Three Romances, Op. 94
RACHMANINOFF: Sonata in G minor, Op. 19

Thursday, March 16

San Francisco Conservatory of Music Concert Hall
50 Oak Street
San Francisco, CA, 94102


Email: info -at-
Phone: 415-392-2545
Contact: Nancy Bertossa

About San Francisco Performances:
San Francisco Performances is recognized as one of the leading presenters in the world. Founded by Ruth Felt in 1979 the organization is now in its 37th season and proudly features more than 50 mainstage performances of chamber music, recitals, contemporary dance, guitar, vocal, and jazz. SF Performances is dedicated to bringing great artists center stage to venues in San Francisco and Berkeley.

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