Apr 15

Chad Hoopes, violin, and David Fung, piano

Sunday Morning Coffee Concerts

Photo by Lisa Marie Mazzucco

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Chad Hoopes, a violinist “hurtling toward international stardom” (Washington Post) since winning the junior Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition in 2008, brings a robust program of folk-inspired favorites to the Walter Reade Theater. Opening with Prokofiev’s rhapsodic D-major Violin Sonata, the program spins to Dvořák’s beguiling “Romantic Pieces” before exploding into Ravel’s gypsy-themed Tzigane, packed with virtuosic fireworks.



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Prodigiously talented...enormous stamina and brilliant, zippy sound.

- <em>New York Times</em>

Jaw-dropping virtuosity…a gift for dramatic pacing and a distinctive, convincing sense of poetry.

- <em>Washington Post</em>

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