Prometheus Trio

Prometheus Trio

Founding Prometheus cellist Scott Tisdel and pianist Stefanie Jacob welcome violinist Margot Schwartz as they embark on their sixteenth season in residence at the Conservatory. Critically acclaimed year after the year, the trio continues its tradition of mixing much-loved chamber music classics with works that challenge and excite both performers and audience members. The trio will be joined by special guest Emmy Tisdel for the season’s final concert in April. All concerts are held in the Helen Bader Recital Hall in the
McIntosh|Goodrich Mansion at 1584 North Prospect Avenue. 

 

 

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September 28 & 29 at 7:30 pm

Trio in E-flat Major (1817) …………………. Gaetano Donizetti

Largo–Allegretto                                                (1797-1848)

Trio in D Major, Op. 1 (1909) ……. Erich Wolfgang Korngold

 Allegro non troppo, con espressione               (1897-1957)

Scherzo: Allegro

Larghetto: Sehr langsam

Finale: Allegro molto e energico

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Elegie, Op. 23 (1902) …………………………………….. Josef Suk

Adagio                                                                  (1874-1935)

Trio in G Minor, Op. 15 (1855, rev. 1857) .. Bedrich Smetana

Moderato assai                                                   (1824-1884)

Allegro, non agitato

 Finale: Presto

December 7 & 8 at 7:30 pm

Andante con moto in C Minor (1878)………………………. Edvard Grieg

Largo–Allegretto                                                                  (1843-1907)

Trio in D Major, Op. 70, No. 1 “Ghost”…………. Ludwig van Beethoven

Allegro vivace e con brio                                             (1770-1827)

Largo assai ed espressivo

Presto

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Three Funny Pieces (1981/1997)…………………………. Rodion Shchedrin

Conversations: Rubato recitando                                       (b. 1932)

Let’s Play an Opera by Rossini: Recitativo–Allegro assai

Humoresque: Sostenuto assai

Trio in A Minor (1914)…………………………………………………….. Maurice Ravel

Modéré                                                                                             (1875-1937)

Pantoum: Assez vif

Passacaille: Trés large

Final: Animé

Monday, February 8 at 7:30 pm
Tuesday, February 9 at 11 am

Haydn: Trio in D Major, Hob. XV: 24
Ives: Trio
Schumann: Trio in G Minor, Op. 110

April 11 & 12 at 7:30 pm

special guest Emmy Tisdel, violin and viola
Mozart: Trio in E Major, K. 542
Alfred Schnittke: Trio
Alfred Schnittke: Moz-Art for Two Violins
Brahms: Piano Quartet in C Minor, Op. 60

Subscription packages

Prometheus Trio Series Package | Save 20%
General Admission Subscription: $89
Reserved Premium Seating Subscription: $119

Complimentary Parking available at Milwaukee Eye Care, 1684 N. Prospect Ave., located one block north of the Conservatory, for evening concerts.

Order Tickets NOW!

*All tickets will be held at Will Call. No tickets will be mailed.
*$1.50 convenience charge for each individual ticket.
*$3.00 convenience charge per subscription.

 

 

 

Prometheus Series Sponsors: Katharine and Sandy Mallin

Additional Support: Fred and Eva Jocob

In Kind Sponsors:

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Margot Schwartz

Prometheus Trio Member

Prometheus Trio Member
Biography

Violinist Margot Schwartz is a member of the First Violin section in the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra.  She has appeared as soloist with the Milwaukee, Berkeley, and Oakland East Bay Symphonies.  As a chamber musician, Ms. Schwartz has performed extensively on both violin and viola, including at New York’s Bargemusic, and for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s MusicNOW, and can be heard on numerous series in the Milwaukee area, including Frankly Music and Present Music.  She also performs as a member of the Arcas String Quartet and the violin/viola duo Bowing Rogue, ensembles which have both recently been formed with her MSO colleagues. Ms. Schwartz enjoys teaching privately as well as coaching sectionals and chamber music at many local high schools.  In the summers, she performs in the First Violin sections of both the Bellingham (WA) and Peninsula (WI) Music Festivals. She holds degrees from the Yale School of Music, where she was a student of Ani Kavafian; and the Northwestern University School of Music, studying with Roland and Almita Vamos.

 

Stefanie Jacob

Faculty, Piano

Faculty, Piano
Biography

WCM faculty member since 1987. M.M. with highest distinction in Piano Performance, Indiana University; A.B., magna cum laude, Harvard University. Stefanie Jacob made her solo debut with the Boston Pops at age 17 and her Carnegie Recital Hall debut in 1984. She was twice awarded Second Prize at the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition and received Indiana University's Leo Weiner Prize for Chamber Music. Ms. Jacob has soloed with both the Milwaukee Symphony and the Milwaukee Chamber Orchestra and recorded for the Arundax, CRI, Fleur de Son, Equilibrium, and the Wisconsin Conservatory labels. A recipient of the Milwaukee Civic Music Association's award for Excellence in Studio Teaching, she is a founding member of the Conservatory's Prometheus Trio; she also performs with her cellist
husband Scott Tisdel as the Duo Coriolan.

Scott Tisdel

Biography

WCM faculty member since 2000. M.M., Cello Performance, Indiana University; B.M., Cello Performance, San Francisco State University. Scott Tisdel has served as Associate Principal Cellist of the Milwaukee Symphony and Principal Cellist of the Milwaukee Chamber Orchestra since 1987, and has appeared as soloist with both ensembles. Prior to his arrival in Milwaukee, Mr. Tisdel was Principal Cellist of the Florida Orchestra (Tampa), and a member of both the Oakland and San Jose Symphonies. Mr. Tisdel is a founding member of the Conservatory's resident Prometheus Trio. He performs annually at the Washington Island Music Festival.

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