Support Us!

Musical Storefronts: Bernie Tamosaitis, cello; Sayuri Iida, piano & Alexis Tamosaitis, piano

January 26 at 4, 5 & 6 pm & January 27 at 12, 1 & 2 pm


Bernie Tamosaitis Bio


Sayuri Iida Bio


Alexis Tamosaitis Bio

January 26 Program

Alexis Tamosaitis, piano
RACHMANINOV
Prelude, Op. 23, No. 2 in B-flat major
Prelude, Op. 32, No. 12 in G sharp minor

Sayuri Iida, piano
SCRIABIN  –  Etude Op. 2, No. 12
Etude Op. 8, No. 12
Etude Op. 8, No. 8
Etude Op. 42, No. 5

Bernie Tamosaitis,  cello; Sayuri Iida, piano
BRUCH  – Kol Nidrei

Sayuri Iida, piano
J.S. BACH
The Art of the Fugue, BWV 1080XV in D minor
Prelude and Fugue No. XVII in G-sharp minor

Bernie Tamosaitis, cello
J.S. BACH  –  Cello Suite No. 1 in G major

Bernie Tamosaitis, cello; Alexis Tamosaitis, piano
FAURÉ  –  Apres un Reve
SAINT-SAËNS
Allegro Appassionato
The Swan

MASSENET  –  Meditation from Thais

ELGAR  –  Salut d’Amour, Op. 12

BRUCH  –  Kol Nidrei

SCHUMANN  –  Träumerei

January 27 program

Alexis Tamosaitis – piano
SCHUBERT  –  Impromptu, Op. 90 - No. 3 in G flat major
SCHUBERT/LISZT  –  Standchen

Bernie Tamosaitis, cello; Alexis Tamosaitis, piano
PIAZZOLLA  –  Ave Maria

Bernie Tamosaitis, cello: Sayuri Iida, piano
PIAZZOLLA  –  Le Grand Tango

Alexis Tamosaitis, piano
RAVEL  –  Alborada del Gracioso

Sayuri Iida, piano
BACH  –  Prelude and Fugue No. XVII in G sharp minor
BACH  –  The Art of the Fugue BWV 1080XV in D minor
CHOPIN  –  Ballade in F minor, Op. 52

Bernie Tamosaitis, cello; Sayuri Iida, piano; Alexis Tamosaitis, piano
SAINT-SAENS  –  Allegro Appassionato
PIAZZOLLA  –  Le Grand Tango


MUSICAL STOREFRONTS

January 21-April 28, 2021

Kaufman Music Center brought live music back to NYC’s Upper West Side with a pop-up concert series with 107 performances featuring 202 of our city’s finest performers, including chamber musicians, soloists, Broadway stars from Hamilton, Tootsie and Company, and artists from the Merkin Hall stage. More than 30K passers-by enjoyed the performances. Presented in partnership with the Alphadyne Foundation, Musical Storefronts provided work to artists severely impacted by the cancellation of live performances in a format that took into account all necessary health and safety measures for both artists and audiences.

Musical Storefronts Home

Special thanks to Jay Dweck, Milstein Properties, Steinway & Sons, the Lincoln Square Business Improvement District and Breads Bakery.

Stream a Merkin Hall Performance

Take a Class or Instrument Lesson at Lucy Moses School

Support Kaufman Music Center's Music Education & Performance Programs
 


Sayuri Iida Bio

Sayuri Iida was born in Tokyo, and is a graduate of the Toho School of Music, where she received highest honors.  In her native Japan, Ms. Iida was a recipient of several awards and medals, including top prizes in the All Japan Mainichi Student Competition and the NHK Broadcasting Auditions in Tokyo.  In 1976, Ms. Iida came to the United States to study at the Juilliard School, where she was a scholarship student of the late Sascha Gorodnitzki.  
Over the years, she has given many recitals at major concert halls in New York City with the highest critical acclaim from press and audience, including Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall as a winner of Artists International Young Artists Audition,    Lincoln Center Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Concert Hall and Japan Society. 
Ms. Iida was a prizewinner of the Three Rivers Piano Competition in Pittsburgh, the Sixth Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition in Utah, and was a recipient of the Mitsubishi Group  Music Award from the  JAA Competition in New York.   Over the years, Ms. Iida has performed as concerto soloist many times with the St Thomas Orchestra and has also appeared with the Danbury Symphony,   Utah Symphony and the Kingsport Symphony Orchestra.   Ms. Iida maintains an active piano studio in her home in Mamaroneck, NY. 

Alexis Tamosaitis Bio

Alexis Tamosaitis is a New York native pianist who has played in a variety of styles and has performed on a variety of instruments, including piano, keyboards, bass guitar and drums throughout his career.   After graduating from the Manhattan School Music as a piano performance major,   he moved to Thailand where he founded instrumental music programs at local schools in Chiang Mai.   Currently Alexis has a very active piano studio and he is a member of the Saint Thomas Orchestra.   Recordings, original compositions and contact information can be found at:  Soundcloud.com/alexis-tamosaitis