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Steven Christopher Sacco: Music, for Two Violins and Piano

by Adela Peña, Eriko Sato & Adrienne Kim

MUSIC, for Two Violins and Piano, by Steven Christopher Sacco, masterfully recorded by Adela Peña, violin; Eriko Sato, violin; and Adrienne Kim, piano.
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MUSIC for Two Violins and Piano
Composer: Steven Christopher Sacco

I. Allegro agitato
II. Moderato
III. Allegro assia

Adela Peña, violin
Eriko Sato, violin
Adrienne Kim, piano

Title: Steven Christopher Sacco, MUSIC, for two violins and piano
Copyright 2016 Steven Christopher Sacco (BMI)
Publisher: American Composers Edition (BMI)
Featured Artists: Adela Peña, Eriko Sato, and Adrienne Kim
Writer: Steven Christopher Sacco, composer
Produced by: Steven Christopher Sacco
Recorded by: Joseph Patrych, Patrych Sound Studios, Bronx, NY
Edited and Mastered by: Joseph Patrych and Steven Christopher Sacco
Executive Producer: Gina Genova


Pianist ADRIENNE KIM has performed in New York's Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Hall, Weill Recital Hall, Bargemusic, Boston's Symphony Hall, Washington D.C.'s Phillips Gallery and Ravinia's Rising Stars series in Chicago. She has appeared as soloist with the Central Philharmonic Orchestra of Beijing, the Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional de Mexico, the Portland Chamber Orchestra, and the Richmond Orchestra. Ms. Kim was a member of Chamber Music Society Two, The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center's two-year residency program for emerging young artists. She is also a founding member of the New York Chamber Music Co-Op, a new creative performance collaborative based in New York City. She has performed with the New York Chamber Ensemble, Garden City Chamber Music Society, Lighthouse Chamber Players, Salt Bay Chamberfest, Carnegie Chamber Players, Bronx Arts Ensemble, the Sherman Chamber Ensemble, the Society for New Music, the Skaneateles Festival, and was the resident pianist of the Seal Bay Festival for American Chamber Music in Maine for 15 years. With the West End Chamber Ensemble, ensemble-in-residence at the North Carolina School of the Arts, she participated in the National Endowment for the Arts/Chamber Music America Rural Residency. She has recorded the solo and chamber works of Daniel S. Godfrey with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra on the Koch label, the violin and piano sonatas of Charles Ives with Lisa Tipton on Capstone Records and the sonatas of Niels Gade with violinist, Katie Wolfe on the Centaur label. She and Ms. Tipton also present the “Made in America” series at Weill Hall in Carnegie Hall. A CD with violinist Jorge Avila, featuring the sonatas of Granados, Turina and Rodrigo has also been released on Centaur. Ms. Kim teaches at Mannes College, The New School, in the Prep and College divisions, and also serves as Coordinator of the Piano Department in the Prep division and the Coordinator of Secondary Piano in the College division. She is a coach for the New York Youth Symphony's chamber music program. She was Affiliate Artist at Syracuse University and was on the Concert Artist Faculty at Kean University in New Jersey. She serves on the Executive Board of the Piano Teachers' Congress of New York City. During the summers she is on the faculty of the Kinhaven Music School in Vermont and the Summertrios festival in Bryn Mawr. Ms. Kim studied with Menahem Pressler at Indiana University where she earned her Bachelor's degree and earned her Master's degree from Manhattan School of Music, where she was a student of Leon Fleisher.

ADELA PENA, violin, a native New Yorker, enjoys touring the U.S., Europe and Asia with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, for which she has served as concertmaster, and recorded several CD's on the Deutsche Grammophon label. As a founding member of the Eroica Trio, she can be heard on seven CD's released by the EMI label, and has received two Grammy nominations. She has appeared as soloist in the Beethoven Triple Concerto with notable orchestras worldwide, including the Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle, Cincinnati and Pittsburgh symphonies, as well as the Hong Kong and Budapest philharmonic and Prague Chamber Orchestra. As a soloist and recitalist, she has played with the English Chamber Orchestra, performed at Carnegie Hall, the Sorbonne in Paris, and toured England, Italy and South America. She earned her Bachelor's and Master's degrees from the Juilliard School as a student of Margaret Pardee. She was also greatly influenced by her first teacher Rochelle Walton, and her coaches Felix Galimir and Harry Shub. Ms. Pena has participated in various summer festivals , including Ravinia, Caramoor, Bridgehampton, Monadnock and Central Vermont. As an active teacher, Ms. Pena has coached at the Juilliard and Mannes schools, and currently coaches chamber music at the University of Pennsylvania. Since starting the violin at the age of four, she has received tremendous support and inspiration from family, friends and colleagues, for which she continues to be very grateful.

ERIKO SATO is a leading violinist on the New York City chamber music scene and a co-concertmaster of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and the Orchestra of St. Luke's. She made her solo debut at age 13 and has performed as soloist with orchestras in
Louisville, San Francisco and Tokyo. Ms. Sato was the winner of the Tibor Varga International Competition, the Young Musicians Foundation Competition and three Japanese National Competitions. Ms. Sato has participated in the Mostly Mozart, Aspen, Sitka, Angel Fire, Gretna, Affinis and Kuhmo Music Festivals, and has appeared regularly with Bargemusic, Chamber Music Northwest, The American String Project, Music From Japan, Caramoor, Dobbs Ferry and the Washington Square Music Festivals. A founding member of the Aspen Soloists, Festival Chamber Music and Salon Chamber Soloists, she is also a member of the LED Trio and the Elysium, Ecliptica, Strathmere and American Chamber Ensembles.

As a concertmaster of Orpheus, SATO appears on Deutsche Grammophon recordings, where her releases include Vivaldi's Four-Violin Concerto and Handel's Concerti Grossi, Op. 6. For MusicMasters, she appears with the St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble in the Bach Concerti and the chamber music of Hindemith and Beethoven. Her latest releases are Allen Shawn's string quartet "Sleepless Night" and “Mozart Flute Quartets” on Albany Records. Her first duo CD with pianist David Oei titled "Five Not-So-Easy Pieces" has been released on their new label Prestissimo. She has also recorded for Vanguard, Delos, Elysium and Grenadilla labels and has been featured on CBS News Sunday Morning. Ms. Sato has taught at Queens College and the Aspen Music Festival and is currently a faculty member of Bennington Chamber Music Conference, Amateur Musicians Project, Hoff-Barthelson Music School and the Mannes College of Music Preparatory and NEXT Divisions, where she teaches violin and chamber music. A regular performer at the Mezzrow Classical Salon directed by her husband, pianist David Oei, she lives in New York City with their pit bull Marian.



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