This spring, Inbal Segev travels across the country for a series of solo and chamber music performances.
Early February brings Inbal to Montana, where she joins the Great Falls Symphony to perform Dmitri Kabalevsky’s Russian folk music-inspired Cello Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 49. Inbal performs once more, joining the orchestra for the Aria from J.S. Bach’s Organ Pastorale in F. Also on the program are Dmitri Shostakovich’s Suite for Variety Orchestra and Le boeuf sur le toit by Darius Milhaud. Click here for tickets to the concert in Great Falls on February 8.
In March, Inbal and her chamber ensemble, the Amerigo Trio, performs at the Westchester Chamber Music Society. Committed to both old and new repertoire, the Amerigo trio has been performing together since 2009. Since then, the group has been invited to perform some of the most prestigious concert series’ in the United States. Inbal Segev, violinist Glenn Dicterow, and violist Karen Dreyfus perform an exciting evening of trio repertoire on March 8. Click here for tickets.
Late March calls Inbal to California, where she performs at the 2020 Piatigorsky International Cello Festival. Inbal performs a Lunch Series Concert on March 18. Frequent collaborator, pianist Juho Pohjonen joins Inbal for Francis Poulenc’s Sonata for Cello and Piano. Inbal then takes the stage for Legend of Sigh: Concerto for Cello and Electronics, which she commissioned from Iranian-American composer Gity Razaz. Click here to watch an excerpt from Legend of Sigh, and click here for ticket information.