Meira’s Yiddish Fantasy in its newly revised arrangement for violin and piano, will be performed by Opus Two — William Terwilliger, violin and Andrew Cooperstock, piano (seen at left) as part of their Diverse Voices recital Saturday, October 16. The free concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Recital Hall of the University of South Carolina School of Music. It will be livestreamed on the UofSC YouTube channel and available for later viewing as well.
William will perform Yiddish Fantasy for violin and piano a second time with fellow faculty member pianist Charles Fugo as part of the Freeman Sundays @ 3 concert series, October 31, in the Recital Hall of the University of South Carolina School of Music.
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Opus Two has been internationally recognized for its “divine phrases, impelling rhythm, elastic ensemble and stunning sounds,” as well as its commitment to expanding the violin-piano duo repertoire. The award-winning duo has been hailed for its “unanimity of style and spirit, exemplary balance and close rapport.”