Raritan River Music Festival announces their 34th annual concert series throughout the month of May, with The Mohawk Trail Piano Trio performing at the Old Greenwich Presbyterian Church in Warren County.
The Mohawk Trail Piano Trio is comprised of violinist Masako Yanagita of Japan, cellist Mark Fraser of Canada, and pianist Estela Olevsky of Argentina. Their music comes together to interpret core classics from the ensemble literature. Also featured in this year's music fest are The Four Nations Ensemble, bringing to life the music of François Couperin and his colleagues in 18th century France, Bergamot Quartet, performing traditional folk music and Mooke, Hoffman, Bonfiglio, Oltman, Newman, performing “Serenade for the Grand Canyon,” an instrumentation from the early 1980s along with an electric violist and new guitar work from Leo Brouwer.
The mission of Raritan River Music is to create our cultural heritage today, to keep music alive, and to bring the music to you. In addition to the festival, Raritan River Music continues to provide innovative enrichment presentations to school and health care facilities throughout the region.