Crowden's 30th anniversary season continues with Sundays @ Four: Kenneth Renshaw & Arkadi Serper.
Before he launched an international soloist career that includes first prizes in some of the world's most prestigious violin competitions, before he attended New England Conservatory of Music or played on NPR, before he spent two years as concertmaster of the San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra and won its concerto competition, Kenneth Renshaw attended fourth through eighth grade at The Crowden School.
The San Francisco Chronicle has hailed his playing as "vivid and eloquentpure-toned and self assured." Kenneth will be joined by Crowden faculty pianist Arkadi Serper (his former teacher) in this program of Bach, Prokofiev, Schubert, and Tchaikovsky.
About Sundays @ Four at Crowden Music Center:
Crowden presents chamber music to the public with Sundays @ Four, its series of low-cost, informal concerts featuring distinguished chamber musicians. Artists speak about each work and share their personal observations and inspirations in these intimate concerts, then mingle with the audience in receptions after the performance.
General admission tickets are $22.50 in advance and $25 at the door, $18 advance/$20 door for seniors/students 18+, and FREE to children under 18. All concerts take place at the wheelchair-accessible Crowden Music Center, just two blocks from the North Berkeley BART station. Info: crowden.org/30 or email@example.com.
Crowden Music Center (View)
1475 Rose Street
Berkeley, CA 94702