Tag Archives: Elizabeth Pridgen

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 […]

American cellist Lynn Harrell (credit: Andrew Stuart)

Remembering Lynn Harrell

Mark Gresham | 21 MAY 2020 On the night of April 27 the world lost as truly great artists when legendary American Cellist Lynn Harrell unexpectedly passed awaty at age 76. As reported by the New York Times, Harrell […]

Violinist Philippe Quint performed at the Highlands-Cashiers Chamber Music festival this past weekend. (credit: Mark Gresham)

Review: A Quint-essential weekend of chamber music

Mark Gresham | 24 JUL 2019 Violinist Philippe Quint and cellist Ani Aznavoorian were featured guests of the Highlands-Cashiers Chamber Music Festival this past weekend in two separate programs along with a handful of musicians who are familiar to […]

A photo from Sunday's concert at the 2019 Kon-Tiki Chamber Music Festival, Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue" arranged for piano solo (Elizabeth Pridgen) and string quintet. (credit: Ingrid Hillestad)

Kon-Tiki Festival brings chamber music to an historic seafaring setting

John lemley and Mark Gresham | 18 JUN 2019 OSLO, NORWAY—  Across the fjord from downtown Oslo lies Bygdøy, where the Norwegian seafaring heritage is proudly on display in multiple museums. The park-like peninsula can be reached by land […]

Pianist Elizabeth Pridgen, violinist David Coucheron, violist Catherine Lynn, cellist Brad Ritchie and bassist Joseph McFadden perform Schubert's "Trout" Quintet. (credit: Julia Dokter)

Review: Atlanta Chamber Players close season with Brahms, Schubert

Mark Gresham | 20 MAY 2019 First Presbyterian Church on Peachtree Street is a next door neighbor to The Woodruff Arts Center, located to its immediate north across 16th Street. The High Museum is the closest of the WAC […]