Nitzan Haroz will present the first-ever Philadelphia Chamber Music Society (PCMS) concert showcasing the trombone. A variety of chamber works for trombone and piano, as well as for a quartet of trombones, will highlight this first-of-its-kind event. Haroz will be accompanied by Gloria Kim on piano.
Haroz is an Israeli-born trombonist who is an active chamber musician. He has performer with the new York, Philadelphia, and Israel brass ensembles, as well as the Rishon-Le Zion Brass Quintet. He has been the Principal Trombone of the Philadelphia Orchestra since 2014, and was in this position previously from 1995 to 2012. Haroz was the Principal trombonist of the Los Angeles Philharmonic from 2012 to 2012. He attended Julliard, a teaches at Temple University.
PCMS is a non-profit presenter of chamber music and and recitals. It was in created in 198s, and to this day presents more than 60 chamber music concerts, recitals, and special events each season by international artists. The low prices of events encourage classical music appreciation by those from all kinds of economic levels.
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