Edward Arron and Jeewon Park

Sunday, April 8

153 Library Lane, Mamaroneck, NY, United States


Event Description


Beethoven: 7 Variations on “Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen,” from Mozart’s The Magic Flute

Beethoven: Sonata in C Major for Cello and Piano, Opus 102, No. 1

Piazzolla: Le Grand Tango (1982)

Granados: Two Tonadillas

Franck: Sonata in A Major



Edward Arron, Cello

Jeewon Park, Violin


The Emelin welcomes cellist Edward Arron and pianist Jeewon Park; world-renowned musicians, co-artistic directors at the Clark Institute in MA, husband and wife. The critically-acclaimed couple bring their passion, inventiveness and dazzling technique together to perform a rich and varied program from a set of variations by Beethoven’ on Mozart´s aria, “The Magic Flute,” to  “Le Grand Tango,” a single-movement piece by Astor Piazzolla that melds traditional tango rhythms with jazz-inspired syncopation. The afternoon also features the subtle harmonies, shimmering piano textures, and often folk-like melodies of Enrique Granados’ poetic Two Tonadillas, and two sonatas, the first by Beethoven who pioneered the form in a quest to create a fluid, “total sonata” that was more than a sum of its movements, and the second by César Franck, considered one of the finest sonatas for violin ever written and which will be performed on cello and piano.



For Edward Arron

“Edward Arron is not only one of New York’s most exciting young cellists but also an inventive impresario.” — The New Yorker

“The young, gifted and accomplished players all seem on the verge of significant careers, as exemplified by the superb cellist Edward Arron.” — The New York Times

“There was plenty to please – the unaffected eloquence of the Adagio of Bach’s D Major Sonata, for example, or the way he carved a compelling narrative out of the first movement of Ligeti’s Solo Sonata.” — The Strad

“Arron displayed a satiny tone and a light, elegant touch in the Haydn, whose bearish technical demands belie its classic gentility. He sang out beautifully in the Adagio, and his artistic sensibility was uncompromising throughout.” — The Cincinnati Post

For Jeewon Park

“Precise and velvety…” —The Seattle Times

“Unbridled, infectious exuberance” — The New York Times

“A master of the piano” — Sarasota Observer

“Polished perfection” — Omaha World Herald

“Glittering dexterity, lyrical phrasing and pearly tone quality” — Charleston Post and Courier






Please join us for a complimentary glass of wine and a moderated discussion with the artists. (Timing to be confirmed)


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