Kean Stage Presents The Music Of Samuel Zyman

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HILLSIDE — The Concert Artist Program of Kean University celebrates its 11th season with The Music of Samuel Zyman on Nov. 18 at 8 p.m. in Enlow Recital Hall. The melodic and rhythmic music of 2010-2011 Composer-in-Residence, Samuel Zyman will include Music for Five; Search for Piano Trio; Variations on an Original Theme for Solo Piano; and the World Premiere of his first String Quintet, written especially for the Concert Artists.

Musicians performing include: Brennan Sweet, Victoria Stewart, & Elissa Cassini, violins; Maurycy Banaszek, viola; Susannah Chapman & Caroline Stinson, cellos; Anthony Scelba, double bass; Lisa Hansen, flute; Romie de Guise-Langois, clarinet; Allison Brewster Franzetti and Gabriela Martinez, piano.


The Concert Artist Program brings world-renowned performing musicians onto Kean’s Conservatory of Music faculty. 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 215 North Avenue in Hillside.

Tickets are $25 and are available by calling 1-908-737-7469, and online at

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