YSU Faculty to Perform at Carnegie Hall

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – A trio of Youngstown State University faculty will perform at Carnegie Hall in March, and the Cliffe College of Creative Arts and Communication is sponsoring a bus trip for the event.

On March 22, the Dana Piano Trio – Cicilia Yudha on piano, Kivie Cahn-Lipman on cello and Joseph Kromholz on violin – will perform at the famed music hall as part of the year-long celebration of the Dana School of Music’s 150th anniversary.

Yudha joined the Dana School in 2012 and has performed across the United State, Austrian, Cambodia, Canada, France, Germany and Indonesia, as well as at TEDx Talks, the Ohio Music Teachers Association and College Music Society national conferences.

A faculty member since 2017, Cahn-Lipman holds degrees from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, the Julliard School and the University of Cincinnati. He has appeared on more than 40 recordings and has performed Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and other major venues around the world.

Kromholz, head of strings at the Dana School, is a founding member of the Linden String Quartet and is part of the Dana String Quartet. He is concertmaster of Opera Western Reserve, the Warren Philharmonic and is associate concertmaster of the Youngstown Symphony and CityMusic Cleveland Chamber Orchestra.

The bus trip, scheduled for March 21 through 23 includes transportation, hotel accommodations, meals, a tour of the Steinway Piano factor, the Carnegie Hall concert and a post-concert reception. Free time in New York City is also scheduled.

Tickets for the trip range from $425 to $850. The deadline for reservation is Feb. 22. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Mari Ann Cann at 330 941 3629 or mcann@ysu.edu.

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