Classics on Hudson | Tim Fain with Eugenia Zukerman and Roman Rabinovich | Saturday, May 20 | 7PM

Classics on Hudson | Tim Fain with Eugenia Zukerman and Roman Rabinovich | Saturday, May 20 | 7PM

Tim Fain with Eugenia Zukerman and Roman Rabinovich 
Saturday, May 20, 2017 at 7pm
Tickets $40 premium section, $25 general admission

Tim Fain, violin
Eugenia Zukerman, flute
Roman Rabinovich, piano

“Violinist Tim Fain plays like a virtuoso and thinks like a cinematographer.” – Vanity Fair

“[Roman Rabinovich] is an artist of the highest caliber; a pianist with complete technical command, a prodigious memory and a highly individual personality at the piano” – Palm Beach Arts Paper

Charismatic young violinist Tim Fain can be heard on stages and screens around the world, most notably on the soundtracks to the Academy Award winning films Moonlight, 12 Years a Slave, and Black Swan, and is known for his collaborations with American composer Philip Glass. For the performance at Hudson Hall, Fain is joined by flutist Eugenia Zukerman and pianist Roman Rabinovich, performing works by Glass, Kreisler, Franck, Tchaikovsky, and Bach.

Friends of Hudson Hall (members up to $1,500): Receive a 10% discount on all ticket orders. To take advantage of this membership benefit, please use the discount code when ordering tickets online by calling (518) 822-1438, or stop by in person and we will be happy to assist you. We are also happy to extend this benefit to members of Classics on Hudson for these events.

Proprietors Association Members (donors who contribute $1,500 or more): Receive patron priority seats and personalized ticket service, and ticket order fees are waived ($5 per ticket order). Please contact Caroline Lee to place your order / (518) 822-1438. Alternatively, you may purchase tickets online, and we will credit the ticket order fee to your credit card.

 The 2016-2017 Classics on Hudson season is supported, in part, by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

About Classics on Hudson
Celebrating its third season, and led by newly-appointed Artistic Director Eugenia Zukerman, Classics on Hudson seeks to enrich the cultural life of the greater Hudson community by presenting concerts that span the classics to the contemporary, performed by internationally celebrated artists. Classics on Hudson serves to promote understanding and enjoyment of music through educational and concert experiences for audiences of all ages.