Concert Artists Open Season At Kean University On Oct. 14

HILLSIDE — The Concert Artist Program of Kean University opens its 11th season with En France on Oct. 14 at 8 p.m. in Enlow Recital Hall.  The concert program will feature works by French composers—well-known and unknown—including the profoundly beautiful Trio for Flute, Viola, and Harp by Claude Debussy.  Also featured will be the amusing and jazzy Clarinet Sonata by Francis Poulenc, sumptuous songs by Henri Duparc, and a neglected masterpiece, Quintet for Strings in G minor, op. 51 by George Onslow.

Musicians performing include: Brennan Sweet & Victoria Stewart, violins; Brett Deubner, viola; Susannah Chapman, cello; Anthony Scelba, double bass; Katherine Harris, soprano; Romie de Guise-Langois, clarinet; Lisa Hansen, flute; Robbin Gordon-Cartier, harp, Allison Brewster Franzetti, piano.


The Concert Artist Program brings world-renowned performing musicians onto the faculty of the Conservatory of Music.  While maintaining successful careers as professional performers, Concert Artists present solo, chamber music, and jazz recitals at Kean; teach private, weekly studio lessons to Kean students; and conduct master classes and other community outreach services in the public schools and junior colleges.   Some Concert Artists also coach ensembles and teach classroom courses related to their special­ties.

Enlow Hall is a new concert hall with precision acoustics unmatched by most other venues in the region. The stunning 312-seat concert space creates an intimate performance experience for audiences with close proximity to the line-up of world-class musicians and virtuosos of tomorrow.

Enlow Hall is located on the Nathan Weiss Graduate School campus of Kean University at 250 North Avenue in Hillside.

Tickets are $25 and are available by calling 1-908-737-SHOW, and online at

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