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Bethlehem, Pa., August 26, 2011 --Moravian College will present ”French Sonatas for Violin and Piano” on Sunday, September 18 at 4 p.m. in Peter Hall. The Associate Concertmaster of the Allentown Symphony and violin instructor at Moravian College, Inna Eyzerovich, violin, will be joined by Holly Roadfeldt, piano.
After coming to the United States in 1991, Eyzerovich played with the Hudson Valley Philharmonic, the Nassau Symphony Orchestra, and the Hartford Symphony where she was Concertmaster of the Core Orchestra. In 1994 she came to the Lehigh Valley. She is now a member of the Reading Symphony, the Pennsylvania Sinfonia, the Moravian String Quartet, the Bach Festival Orchestra, and is currently Assistant Concertmaster of the Allentown Symphony. She has been on the faculty at Moravian College for twelve years and has a private violin studio.
Holly Roadfeldt made her orchestral debut with the Toledo Symphony Orchestra at the age of 13 and she continues to be an active pianist performing standard and eclectic recital programs. Performance honors include participation in the World International Competition held in Santa Fe, New Mexico as one of twelve selected pianists, being a semi-finalist in the Concert Artists Guild International Competition, and winning one of the top prizes of the Frinna Awerbuch International Piano Competition which resulted in a performance in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall.
Roadfeldt is currently teaching at Lafayette College, the Third Street Music School Settlement in New York City, the Settlement School of Philadelphia and the Music School of Delaware. Previously, she taught at the University of Delaware, Susquehanna University, Gettysburg College, the University of Colorado-Boulder, and Indiana University.
Admission for the concert is $15 for general admission, $10 for seniors & students. Advance tickets can be purchase online at: http://www.lvartsboxoffice.org/. Foy Concert Hall is located on Moravian College's South Campus.
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