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Classical Keys NYC: Violinist Zoë Martin-Doike & Pianist Daniel Colalillo at Klavierhaus (Site)

Saturday May 18, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Classical Keys Recital:

Violinist – Zoë Martin-Doike

Pianist & Artistic Director – Daniel Colalillo

Lili Boulanger – Three Pieces For Piano
Kevin Puts – Air
Debussy – Violin Sonata
Beethoven – Violin Sonata No. 9 Op. 47 (Kreutzer)

Tickets: Available online or Venmo/Cash at the door.

General Admissions – $25

Student Tickets – $10

For Student Tickets & more info email: classicalkeysmusic@gmail.com

Violinist/violist Zoë Martin-Doike is an exciting and versatile artist who engages in a wide variety of musical activities. Zoë is currently in the viola section of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, and has also frequently joined the Philadelphia Orchestra for tours of Europe and Asia. A passionate chamber musician, Zoë is a member of the critically acclaimed Iris Trio, which has toured extensively in Canada, the U.S. and Germany. Previously, she was a founding member of the Aizuri Quartet which garnered top prizes at the Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition and held residencies at the Curtis Institute of Music and the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia while she was a member. She has also received top prizes at the Primrose International Viola Competition and the Lennox International Young Artist Competition on viola and violin, respectively, and most recently won the 2019 Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra Competition, earning a solo appearance with the group this season. Zoë has attended the Marlboro Music Festival, the Steans Institute at Ravinia as well as the Sarasota, Norfolk, and Taos Chamber Music Festivals. Zoë did her undergraduate studies with renowned violinist, Pamela Frank at the Curtis Institute of Music, where she served as concertmaster for the 2011-12 school year, and her master’s degree at the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, where she double-majored in violin and viola under the tutelage of Mimi Zweig and Atar Arad respectively. She was the violist of the quartet selected for the coveted Kuttner Quartet Fellowship and had the opportunity to perform both the Walton Viola Concerto and the Brahms Violin Concerto with university orchestras during her time at IU.

Daniel Colalillo is a highly regarded classical pianist based in New York City. He is renowned for delivering powerful and distinctive performances with a high level of musical integrity. He has received critical acclaim from “The New York Times” and has established himself as a sought-after soloist. He has given solo recitals at prominent venues such as Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall, Bargemusic, Symphony Space, Columbia University, Princeton University, and has performed in several cities including Philadelphia, San Francisco, Boston, Nashville, Toronto, Montreal, and more. Daniel also serves as the Artistic Director of “Classical Keys,” a concert series held in Morristown, NJ and NYC where he actively performs chamber music. As a dedicated educator, he operates his own private studio and was awarded “Top Piano Teacher” by Steinway & Sons in 2022. Recently, he is a Musician Owner and serves on the Council of “Groupmuse,” a series of chamber music house concerts in the US and abroad. He graduated with a Master from Mannes College and began playing piano at the late age of 15.