Saturdays @ 7:30pm
July 15 – Chaeyoung Park, piano
July 22 – John Moore, baritone and Adam Golka, piano


Sundays @ 3pm
August 6 – Balourdet Quartet
August 13 – Neave Trio


Please note concert times:

7:30pm for Saturday concerts

3pm for Sunday concerts

Chaeyoung Park, piano

July 15, 7:30pm

Pianist Chaeyoung Park was winner of the 2019 Hilton Head International Piano Competition, and is the first female Korean pianist to receive First Place in the history of the competition. She subsequently presented her solo recital debut at Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall and performed Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 with the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra under the baton of John Morris Russell. Her debut album on the Steinway label will feature the complete set of Musica Ricercata by Ligeti, as well as the more traditional, beloved masterpiece, Piano Sonata No. 3 by Brahms.

An avid chamber musician, Ms. Park participated in Ravinia’s Steans Music Institute, Yellow Barn, Four Seasons Winter Workshop, Kneisel Hall, Juilliard ChamberFest, and YoungArts Week, which awarded her the prestigious Gold Medal in Music. She was featured at the Greene Space at WNYC/WQXR, Harvard Club in New York City, and First Congregational United Church of Christ in Sarasota.

At age 14, Ms. Park had her first concerto engagement with the Heritage Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of James Murray. She went on to perform with all major orchestras in Kansas, including the Kansas City Symphony, Topeka Symphony Orchestra, Fort Hays Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonia of Greater Kansas City, Metropolitan Youth Orchestra, and the Kansas Sinfonietta. She now regularly performs with orchestras around the U.S., including the Juilliard chamber orchestra (which she conducted from the keyboard while performing the second movement of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 12), as well as the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Utah Symphony Orchestra, New Millennium Symphony, Canton Symphony Orchestra, Lake Forest Symphony, and Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra.

While pursuing the Bachelor of Music degree at the Juilliard School, Ms. Park was awarded the Juilliard Gina Bachauer Scholarship, which offers a year of full-tuition scholarship. For her Master of Music degree, she was named a Kovner Fellow, a prestigious merit-based fellowship. South Korean-born, and raised in Lawrence, Kansas, since age ten, Ms. Park returns to Kansas frequently to share music with her community whenever she is back home from New York City, where she is currently based. First Prize winner of the 2022 Susan Wadsworth Young Concert Artists International Auditions, she is managed worldwide by Young Concert Artists.



John Moore, baritone, and Adam Golka, piano

July 22, 7:30pm

A frequent performer in both Europe and the United States, baritone John Moore is garnering praise for his energetic performances and burnished baritone in both operatic and concert repertoire. He is a graduate of the Metropolitan Opera’s Lindemann Young Artist Program. During the COVID-19 impacted 2020/21 season, John Moore’s engagements included Handel’s Messiah with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, the title role in The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs with Atlanta Opera, Austin Opera, and Lyric Opera of Kansas City, Brahms’ Requiem with the San Diego Symphony, led by Edo de Waart, and Count Almaviva in The Marriage of Figaro with New Zealand Opera. Mr. Moore has performed as Frank Lloyd Wright in Arizona Opera’s production of Shining Brow with the Seattle Opera as the title role in Eugene Onegin, and appeared in the Philadelphia Orchestra’s presentation of Ravel’s L’enfant et les sortilèges.

His Metropolitan Opera appearances include Papageno in The Magic Flute, Moralès in Carmen, Nachtigal in Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Fléville in Andrea Chénier, Curio in Giulio Cesare and Simonetto in Francesca di Rimini, Fiorello in The Barber of Seville, Yamadori in Madama Butterfly, and Donald in Billy Budd.

“John Moore likely got as close a singer can get to making Onegin a sympathetic character. With his smooth, suave high baritone and exceptionally handsome stage presence, he was more aloof than arrogant; a disengaged, directionless man of means who prefers to stick to himself.: – John Carroll ~ OperaWire



Pianist Adam Golka has been regularly on the concert stage since the age of sixteen, when he won first prize at the 2nd China Shanghai International Piano Competition. He has also received the Gilmore Young Artist Award and the Max I. Allen Classical Fellowship Award from the American Pianists Association. Mr. Golka begins 2022/2023 with recitals for Philip Lorenz International Keyboard Concerts and Mesa Arts Center, performing a program that bridges two long-term repertoire interests: Beethoven Sonatas, and Brahms, whose complete piano works he will perform and record over the next few years.  As public events in the United States have re-opened, Mr. Golka was engaged by the Buffalo Philharmonic and Asheville Symphonies to film concertos by Bach, Mozart, Clara Schumann, Saint-Saëns, Brahms, Rachmaninoff, and Shostakovich for online release. He has also recorded a recital for the Chelsea Music Festival at High Line Nine, and he performed for live audiences at Chamber Music Sedona, as well as a series of recitals with cellist Jonathan Swensen, including the Morgan Library in NYC. Mr. Golka is deeply indebted to his two main teachers, José Feghali, with whom he studied at Texas Christian University, and Leon Fleisher, with whom he worked as part of the Artist Diploma program at the Peabody Conservatory. Since finishing his formal studies, Mr. Golka has continued to develop his artistry through private mentorship from his favorite artists: Alfred Brendel, Richard Goode, Murray Perahia, Ferenc Rados, and András Schiff, who invited him to give recitals at the Klavier-Festival Ruhr and Tonhalle Zürich for the “Sir András Schiff Selects” concert series.




Balourdet Quartet

August 6, at 3pm

The Balourdet Quartet (Angela Bae, violin; Justin DeFilippis, violin; Benjamin Zannoni, viola; and Russell Houston, cello) based in Boston, Massachusetts, is currently in residence at the New England Conservatory’s Professional String Quartet Program. The quartet received the Grand Prize at the 2021 Concert Artists Guild Victor Elmaleh Competition, as well as prizes in international competitions including the Banff, Paolo Borciani, and Carl Nielsen competitions. They were also awarded the Gold Medal at the 2020 Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition and the 2021 Chamber Music Yellow Springs Competition.

Highlights of the Balourdet’s 2022-23 season include appearances at Chamber Music Detroit, the Grand Piano Series in Naples, FL, NEC’s Jordan Hall, Merkin Hall, and Wigmore Hall. Summer 2022 also saw the Balourdet performing at festivals including Bravo! Vail, Music Mountain, and Strings Music Festival. The Balourdet has performed at festivals and series including Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival, the Aspen Music Festival, La Jolla Music Society Summerfest, the Dame Myra Hess Concerts, Montgomery Chamber Music, Santa Fe ProMusica, and the Schneider Concert Series. Committed to sharing their musical values with the next generation, the quartet has given masterclasses and coachings at New England Conservatory Preparatory Department, Fischoff Chamber Music Academy, Upper Valley Music Center, and Wright State University, as well as a residency teaching and performing at the Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival.

The Balourdet Quartet was formed in 2018 at Rice University in Houston, Texas under the tutelage of James Dunham, Norman Fischer, and Cho-Liang Lin. It currently works primarily with Paul Katz at the New England Conservatory, as well as Miriam Fried and members of the Cleveland and Borromeo Quartets. The quartet takes its name from Antoine Balourdet, chef extraordinaire at the Hotel St. Bernard and beloved member of the Taos School of Music community.




Neave Trio

August 13, at 3pm

Since forming in 2010, Neave Trio – violinist Anna Williams, cellist Mikhail Veselov, and pianist Eri Nakamura – has earned enormous praise for its engaging, cutting -edge performances. WQXR explains, “‘Neave’ is actually a Gaelic name meaning ‘bright’ and ‘radiant’, both of which certainly apply to this trio’s music making.” The group’s 2019 album Her Voice, on Chandos Records, was named one of the best recordings of the year by both The New York Times and BBC Radio 3.
Neave has performed at many esteemed concert series and at festivals worldwide, including Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival, Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, Smithsonian American Art Museum, 92nd Street Y, Rockport Chamber Music Festival, Norfolk and Norwich Chamber Music Series (United Kingdom), and the Samoylov and Rimsky Korsakow Museums’ Chamber Music Series in St. Petersburg (Russia).

Neave Trio released its latest album, Musical Remembrances, in April 2022 on Chandos Records.  Musical Remembrances features Rachmaninoff’s Trio élégiaque No. 1, Brahms’ Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 8, and Ravel’s Piano Trio in A minor, Op. 67, and is the Neave Trio’s fourth album with Chandos Records.
While the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered concert halls around the world, the Neave Trio found meaningful ways to perform safely. In April 2020, Anna Williams and Mikhail Veselov of the Neave Trio were filmed giving an emotional and heartfelt performance of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah in support of their neighbor – a nurse and new mother – and all essential workers during the coronavirus crisis. The video was shared by PBS’ American Portrait series and has over 1 million views.

Recent and upcoming highlights include performances presented by Harvard University, Kaatsbaan, Rockport Celtic Festival, Chamber Music Tulsa, the Chicago Chamber Music Society, the Mary Anne Rennolds Chamber Concerts at Virginia Commonwealth University, and many more. In June 2023, the Neave Trio will premiere Rob Paterson’s Triple Concerto under the direction of JoAnn Falletta at the Mostly Modern Festival in Saratoga Spring, N.Y.