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Moravian String Quartet to Perform Music of Schulman and Brahms

Bethlehem, Pa., January 28, 2010—The Moravian String Quartet, joined by Kristin Ditlow, will perform a concert titled “The Brahms and Schumann Connection,” featuring music by Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms on Sunday, February 7 at 4 p.m. in Peter Hall. The Quartet includes faculty members Linda Kistler and Inna Eyzerovich on violin, Agnes Maurer on viola, and David Moulton on cello, with Ditlow on piano for the Brahms Piano Quintet.

Ditlow is a graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and Westminster Choir College. She has studied and performed as a soloist and collaborative pianist throughout the United States and abroad, performing with the Lukens Piano Trio, teaching at the Curtis Institute of Music, and working with the Opera Company of Philadelphia. Ditlow was the winner of the 2004 Peggy Rockefeller Memorial Fellowship at the Tanglewood Music Center and the Princeton-Pettoranello Sister City Foundation Baccalaureate Grant.

Kistler holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Oberlin College Conservatory and received a Master of Music from the Juilliard School.  Her teaching engagements have included the Lehigh Valley Charter School for the Performing Arts, Kutztown University, Lehigh University, Cedar Crest College and now Moravian College.

Eyzerovich obtained her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from the Moscow Conservatory and has now been a professor at Moravian for twelve years. She is also a member of the Reading Symphony, the Pennsylvania Sinfonia, the Moravian String Quartet, and the Bach Festival Orchestra and is currently Assistant Concertmaster of the Allentown Symphony.

Moulton received his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Performance from the University of Michigan. Currently he is a member of the Opera Company of Philadelphia Orchestra, is Principal Cellist of the Allentown Symphony and performs regularly with the Lehigh Valley Chamber Orchestra and the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic,

Admission for the recital is $15 for general admission and for $10 seniors and students. Peter Hall is located on Moravian College’s Hurd Campus in downtown Bethlehem, Pa.