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2022-2023 Season


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Dana Zenobi, soprano Dana Zenobi, soprano

Dana Zenobi, soprano


September 27, 2022
in the Alma Thomas Theater


Dana Zenobi is a compelling and versatile performer who has garnered success in operatic roles ranging from Mozart heroines Konstanze and Donna Elvira to Verdi’s Violetta Valéry, and has earned national recognition as an interpreter of Art Song by women composers. Currently based in Indianapolis, IN, she is an active recitalist and concert soloist, and is on the faculty at Butler University, where she teaches Vocal Pedagogy, Diction, Opera Literature, and Art Song Literature.


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Adam Neiman, pianist Adam Neiman, pianist

Adam Neiman, piano


OctoBER 25, 2022


Hailed as one of today’s preeminent American classical pianists, Adam Neiman has cultivated a breathtaking career spanning more than three decades and traversing four continents. Possessed of an encyclopedic repertoire – nearly seventy piano concertos, dozens of diverse solo recital programs, and virtually the entire canon of standard chamber music – Mr. Neiman has been universally acclaimed as a thought-provoking, charismatic, and highly virtuosic performer, whose continually expanding discography has granted him a rarified legacy among 21st-century performers.



Badi Assad, guitarist Badi Assad, guitarist    

Badi Assad, guitar


February 14, 2023


Brazil’s Badi Assad (Bah-gee Ah-sagh) is one of the most innovative, passionate and talented Artists of all times and is lauded as one of the world’s most unique and cross-transcendental performance artists of this generation. She transcends traditional styles of her native Brazilian music with a mixture of pop, jazz and world/ethnic sounds from around the world. As a result, the extraordinary singer, guitarist, and percussionist is successfully forging an exhilarating genre of music that quite literally defies categorization.



Brian Thornton, cello Brian Thornton, cello

Brian Thornton, cello


March 21, 2023


Brian Thornton performs with the Cleveland Orchestra where he has been part of the cello section for twenty-eight seasons. His first solo album, “Kol Nidrei and Beyond: Lev’s Story,” is centered on the vocal qualities of the cello and is dedicated to the memory of Lev Aronson, a renowned pedagogue and Holocaust survivor. Education is also a focus of Brian’s life, and he devotes significanttime to teaching, conducting young musicians, andtraveling to teach internationally. Brian began playing the cello in the public school system of Chicago, giving him a passion for teaching young musicians through public school outreach programs. He has traveled from Kolkata, India, to Osaka, Japan, influencing young musicians to not only play better cello, but also to use music to positively affect the world around them. Modern music is of particular interest to Brian, and he has premiered more than a hundred new solo cello works around the world. Brian is releasing his new album, “Sirventès”, or “Story Teller”, in collaboration with the Iranian Female Composers Association on April 21, 2023. 




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