Tag Archives: Charae Krueger

Pianist Elizabeth Pridgen and cellist Charae Krueger. (video frame capture / FPCA)

Cooke Noontime Series concert offers another glimpse into Atlanta’s rich chamber music scene

Giorgio Koukl | 23 NOV 2020 Friday offered yet another possibility to listen to a live concert in the First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta. This time the Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta presented an all-Beethoven program with the […]

The Summit Trio (source: video frame capture)

Review: Summit Trio plays lesser-known gems by Haydn, Lalo and Kirchner

Mark Gresham | 28 OCT 2020 On Monday evening the Summit Piano Trio (violinist Helen Kim, cellist Charae Krueger and pianist Robert Henry) performed a virtual-only concert of music by Haydn, Lalo and Kirchner, live-streamed from Morgan Concert Hall […]

Summit Trio: Helen Hwaya Kim, violin, Robert Henry, piano, and Charae Krueger, cello, in Wednesday's performance. (source: video capture, KSU live streaming)

Review: Summit Trio plays Piazzolla and more, streamed live

Mark Gresham | 27 FEB 2020 Distance and traffic can be preoperative factor in whether one chooses to attend a concert. Especially if one is unable to drive – even if temporarily – and the limitations of public transportation […]

Summit Piano Trio: violinist Helen Hwaya Kim, pianist Robert Henry and cellist Charae Krueger.

Review: Summit Trio impresses in KSU’s season opener

Mark Gresham | 11 SEP 2019 KENNESAW, GA— On Tuesday evening the Summit Piano Trio gave an impressive performance of music by Smetana, Mendelssohn and Leclair at the Bailey Performance Center’s Morgan Hall on the campus of Kennesaw State […]

Violinists David Coucheron and Kate Ranson, violist Julianne Lee and Cellist Charae Krueger perform Gershwin's "Lullaby for String Quartet." (photos credit: Mark Gresham)

Review: Music of Gershwin and Mozart opens Highlands-Cashiers Festival

Mark Gresham | 11 JUL 2019 The Highlands-Cashiers Chamber Music Festival kicked off its 2019 season this past weekend with a pair of programs each featuring the music of a single composer. The first, focused on music of George […]