Join us for an afternoon of beautiful Romantic music with the Capriccio Chamber Orchestra in their first live music concert of the 2021–2022 season. The performance will be in the Schultz Cultural Arts Hall on January 23 at 5:00 PM.
- Otorino Respighi: Ancient Dances and Arias, Suite No. 3
- Franz Schubert: Rondo in A major for violin and orchestra
- Luigi Boccherini: Night Music of the Street of Madrid” in C
- Robert Fuchs: Serenade for strings No. 3, Op21
Capriccio Chamber Orchestra, led by Music Director Alexander Eisenberg, fosters music education and training for the next generation of young aspiring musicians by providing a platform where students in the orchestra are coached by professional musicians who play alongside them during rehearsals and performances. This is an invaluable and inspirational experience for the professional musicians, the students and the audience alike. Each concert performance features Capriccio Chamber Orchestra's core professional musicians as well as some selected youth talent.
Mr. Eisenberg belongs to the famous Russian Violin School, which has produced a great number of extraordinary masters of the instrument. He began his studies in Odessa with his grandfather, Michael Greenberg, and then continued his studies at the Moscow Conservatory. While in Moscow, Alex won numerous Soviet competitions. He later studied at the Vienna University for Music and Arts.
After leaving the Soviet Union, Mr. Eisenberg won first prize and a gold medal in the Michelangelo Abbado Violin Competition in Sondrio, Italy, along with the Paolo Borciani special prize for chamber music. He is also a winner of the Concorso Internationale Rameu in France. Alex has performed with orchestras and symphonies worldwide. As a soloist and chamber musician, he has performed in Europe, South and North Americas with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Vienna Soloists, Odessa Philharmonic, Belgrade Radio Symphony Orchestra, Dubrovnik Festival Orchestra, Kansas City Chamber Orchestra, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and the Heidelberg Chamber Orchestra.
"Our mission is to help the youth develop talent, provide opportunity, and most importantly, inspire the desire to learn and experience classical music. We hope to accomplish this mission with our Chamber Orchestra and Summer Music Festival Programs." ~Alex Eisenberg
IMPORTANT COVID-19 INFORMATION: All attendees at this event will be required to show either proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID test taken within 72 hours of the event. Either a physical COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card or the State of California Digital COVID-19 Vaccination Card may be offered as proof of full vaccination. Masks are required for all indoor spaces at the OFJCC.
For children and families
Sunday, January 23
Albert and Janet Schultz Cultural Arts Hall (Bldg. F)
$20 Adults | $10 Seniors and Students | Free Admission for children under age 18 accompanied by an adult
Contact: Michelle Shabtai | (650) 223-8638 | [email protected]