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Reflections in Music: Love Stories

The Loom- Part 3


Bruce Wolosoff, artistic director

TICKETS: $20 online or at the door

This short chamber music program features music by Faure, Rachmaninoff, Clara Schumann, Astor Piazzolla, and a newly revised version of Bruce’s trio “The Loom,” which was inspired by watercolors by his friend Eric Fischl.

Reflections is non-profit concert series launched online during the pandemic lockdown and found a home for live performances at The Church (an arts and performance center in Sag Harbor), has now found a New York City home at Greenwich House Music School on Barrow Street.

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Apres un Reve – Gabriel Faure
Chanson Triste – Henri Duparc
Romanze – Clara Schumann
Oblivion – Astor Piazzolla (arranged for trio by Jose Bragato)
Vocalise -Sergei Rachmaninoff
The Loom (2023 version, world premiere)- Bruce Wolosoff

Michelle Ross, violin
Clarice Jensen, cello
Luna Seongeun Park, soprano
Bruce Wolosoff, piano



BRUCE WOLOSOFF is a pianist and internationally performed composer of solo, chamber, and orchestral music. Lauded as “an authentic American voice” by critic Thomas Bohlert for his integration of classical, jazz, blues, and contemporary influences, Wolosoff often composes in response to visual art and through collaborations with leading artists across a variety of disciplines.

Recent recordings include Paradise Found with cellist Sara Sant’Ambrogio of the Eroica Trio, on Avie Records; Lacrymae for cellist Inbal Segev’s “20 for 2020” project, also on Avie Records. The 2019 release of Wolosoff’s Concerto for Cello and Orchestra, performed by Sant’Ambrogio and Grzegorz Nowak with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, was a Billboard Top 10 classical bestseller. Additional commissioners have included ETHEL, the Eroica Trio, the Montage Music Society, the Roswell Artists-in-Residence Program, and more. Additionally, Wolosoff collaborated with choreographer Ann Reinking on two ballets: The White City and A Light in the Dark.

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